China on Monday accused the U.S. of purposefully delaying the release of information detailing a mysterious collision by one of its nuclear submarines with an unknown object in the South China Sea on October 2, claiming Washington seeks to "cover up" the incident, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported
North Korea's army staged a sensational martial arts show on Monday designed to demonstrate the military's "self-defense" capabilities, Britain's Independent newspaper reported Wednesday.
At least 46 people died in an apartment building fire in Taiwan's Kaohsiung city on Thursday after firefighters struggled to extinguish the blaze due to the 40-year-old building's "dilapidated" structure, Taiwan News reported.
Pyongyang is actively expanding its weapons arsenal "to prevent war itself" North Korean leader Kim Jong-un claimed on Monday while standing next to an intimidating display of the nation's intercontinental ballistic missiles, North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)reported
Iranian hackers recently attempted to breach over 250 "Microsoft Office 365" accounts belonging to U.S. and Israeli government-linked defense tech firms, as well as companies tied to Persian Gulf ports of entry and Middle East-based maritime shipping, Microsoft reported Monday.
Egyptian authorities said Sunday they arrested three people for allegedly discarding 18,400 doses of a Chinese coronavirus vaccine in a water drain in the southern city of Minya in recent days.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Sunday urged officials of his country's ruling party to work on improving citizens' quality of life amid a "grim" economic situation, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported Monday.
Police in Berlin, Germany, recentlylaunched an investigation into several suspected cases of "Havana Syndrome" at the capital's U.S. Embassy, the German newspaper Der Spiegel reported Friday.
More than half of all cyberattacks observed by Microsoft over the past year originated in Russia, the U.S.-based multinational tech corporation said on Thursday in its latest Digital Defense Report.
Russia has invited the Taliban to attend an October 20 meeting in Moscow alongside representatives from China, India, Iran, and Pakistan to discuss the geopolitical situation in Afghanistan, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported Thursday.
Singapore's parliament passed a new law against foreign interference on Monday that empowers the city-state's government to better control internet content, India's News 18 reported Thursday.
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) recommended widespread use of the world's first W.H.O.-approved malaria vaccine on Wednesday, advising that it be administered to children across sub-Saharan Africa.
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) allegedly used a secret escape gate near Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport to help high-priority evacuees gain entry to the airport and flee Kabul as the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan in August, the Wall Street Journal(WSJ) reported
China will be capable of staging a "full scale" invasion of Taiwan by 2025, Taiwan's defense minister warned legislators in Taipei on Wednesday.
U.S. President Joe Biden told reporters on Tuesday he and Chinese leader Xi Jinping agreed to "abide by the Taiwan agreement" during their most recent phone call on September 9, Reuters reported Wednesday.
Nine members of a Cuban national baseball team defected to Mexico in recent days while in the country to compete in an international tournament, the Associated Press (AP) reported Monday.
Japan's foreign ministry said on Tuesday it would consider its "options" and make necessary "preparations" toward supporting Taiwan if China continues to ramp up its military intimidation of the island.
Russia said it successfully test-fired a new hypersonic cruise missile from a submarine against a target in the Barents Sea on Monday evening.
U.S. prosecutors recently charged a Saudi-born Canadian citizen with aiding the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), alleging he not only produced and narrated ISIS propaganda videos depicting executions but also "engaged in armed conflict on behalf of ISIS, including throwing grenades
Afghanistan's power supply may be cut off in the coming weeks if the Taliban fails to pay outstanding electricity bills due to the country's main energy providers in Central Asia, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
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