Jihadist violence emptied an entire village of nearly 8,000 people in northern Burkina Faso over the weekend, Radio France Internationale (RFI) reported on Wednesday.
A London panel organized by the World Uyghur Congress known as the "Uyghur Tribunal" concluded on Monday with testimony alleging that the Chinese government has perpetrated "compulsory sterilization," "forced contraception," and "torture" on ethnic Uyghurs in China's western Xinjiang region.
The United States government plans to donate 750,000 doses of a Chinese coronavirus vaccine to Taiwan, a delegation of U.S. senators visiting Taipei announced on Sunday.
Officials in Guangdong, southern China banned all travel out of the southern province and its capital, Guangzhou, indefinitely starting June 7 to contain a local Chinese coronavirus outbreak.
Police in northeastern Indiaarrested 24 people this week for "brutally" assaulting a doctor inside a hospital after a Chinese coronavirus patient died under the physician's care, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported Friday.
Hong Kong police arrested a pro-democracy activist Friday for allegedly publicizing an unauthorized assembly to honor the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre on social media.
Police in northern India arrested a 48-year-old Islamic cleric on Monday for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl inside a Delhi mosque on Sunday, the Press Trust of India (PTI) reported on Wednesday.
The Hong Kong Police Force will deploy over 3,000 officers to Hong Kong's Victoria Park on Friday to block any attempts by the public to commemorate the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, local newspaper Apple Daily reported on Wednesday.
Malaysia’s air force scrambled fighter jets to intercept 16 Chinese military aircraft off the coast of Sarawak state on the island of Borneo on Monday after they intruded into Malaysian maritime airspace and “refused to communicate with local air-traffic controllers,”
Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics revealed on Wednesday that roughly 10,000 volunteers have withdrawn from the Summer Games, which are slated to begin on July 23.
Scuffles erupted on the floor of theAfrican Union (AU)’s parliament on Monday in Midrand, South Africa, as lawmakers fought each other over a ballot box, with one man aiming a high kick at the head of a female parliamentarian.
Police in northern India's Uttar Pradesh state arrested two people this week in connection with a viral video showing two people — one wearing full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) — attempting to throw a corpse intothe Rapti River in Uttar Pradesh’s Balrampur district, India's Zee News
Conservationists warn Sierra Leone's recent decision to sell a strip of protected beach to Beijing so the Chinese government may build an industrial fishing harbor in the country may cause “a catastrophic human and ecological disaster,” the South China Morning Post reported on Monday.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy said Monday it may soon "require"Indonesian civil servants to work from Bali for a limited number of weeks throughout the year as part of plans to"formalize" a recent tourism initiative designed to boost the island's economy.
Mutant strains of the Chinese coronavirus allegedly imported from India are responsible for a recent surge in new cases of the disease inChina's southern city of Guangzhou and neighboring cities, local government authorities claimed on Sunday.
Unidentified terroristsabducted "about 200" children from an Islamic studies school in northern Nigeria on Sunday, Sky News reported.
U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide displayed the flag of Black Lives Matter (BLM) — an organization founded by a self-avowed "trained Marxist" — on Tuesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, a black American who died while in police custody in Minneapolis,
Tenants forced to evacuate a skyscraper in China's southeastern city of Shenzhen last week after the building began shaking for unknown reasons are now seeking compensation for losses sustained due to early lease terminations and business losses, the South China Morning Post reported on
Mandarin-speaking cyber hackers posing as United Nations (UN) representatives are launching online attacks against ethnic Uyghurs, a Turkic minority group in China’s westernmost Xinjiang territory, the MIT Technology Review reported on Thursday.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un vowed towage a "do-or-die battle" against "non-socialist" practices in North Korea in a statement released by North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Thursday.
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