China's state-run Global Times on Sunday criticized U.S. President Donald Trump for allegedly seeming disinterested in the virtual G20 Summit over the weekend.
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Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture on Thursday called for sanctions to be placed on the U.S. cable news network CNN, denying the network's reportclaiming that Nigerian soldiers shot live rounds of ammunition at anti-police protesters in Lagos last month.
At least 37 people in Uganda have died since opposition leader Bobi Wine's arrest on Wednesday caused mass protests and unrest in the capital, Kampala, and other areas, police in the East African nation confirmed on Friday.
A conditional ceasefire suspending attacks on U.S. interests in Iraq has ended, theleader of an Iranian-backed Iraqi militia group declared on Thursday.
China is the "biggest stumbling block" for India in its bid to win a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), the Hindustan Times reportedThursday.
Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) continues to circumvent U.S. sanctions by operating via a network of shell companies registered in Hong Kong, an investigation by Radio Free Asia (RFA) revealed on Wednesday.
India is the only G20 nation doing its "fair share" to meet the climate change mitigation commitments it agreed to under the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, a 2020 Climate Transparency report published on Wednesday revealed.
Government officials in Sudan appealed for international assistance on Monday to deal with surging numbers of Ethiopian refugees fleeing the country's recent internal conflict.
Recent Chinese media reports indicate that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is forcing universities in the country to incorporate “Xi Jinping Thought,” or the socialist philosophies and writings of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, into their curriculum.
U.S. President Donald Trump may withdraw nearly all U.S. forces from Somalia in the near future, U.S. officials allegedly said on Tuesday.
The navies of the U.S., Australia, India, and Japan began exercises on Tuesday in the Northern Arabian Sea, launching the second phase of a joint "Malabar 2020" naval drill viewed by observers as a regional deterrent to China’s growing influence in the Indo-Pacific.
Chinese authorities indicted a Shanghai-based citizen journalist for allegedly sending"false information" after she reported on the coronavirus outbreak in the city of Wuhan, China, early this year, a prosecution document released on Monday and seen by the Guardian revealed.
Iraqi authorities on Monday hanged 21 men convicted of terrorism at the country's Nasiriyah prison, Iraq's Interior Ministry confirmed in a statement.
Jakarta's deputy governor banned Christmas and New Year events in the Indonesian capital this holiday season in an announcement Monday.
Jakarta's deputy governor banned Christmas and New Year events in the Indonesian capital this holiday season in an announcement Monday.
Japan'sNikkei Asian Reviewshighlighted the emergency of "virus vigilantes" in the country on Tuesday:enforcers that use peer pressure to keep people from violating lockdown restrictions without actually having any legitimate authority.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman defended the leader on Monday after he received criticism for telling a sex-related joke at a Typhoon Vamco press briefing over the weekend.
Ethiopia's air force bombed the Tigrayan capital of Mekelle in the country's north on Monday, local residentstold Voice of America (VOA).
Nigerian soldiers razed at least six synagogues run by Jewish adherents of the local Igbo ethnic tribe last week in southern Rivers State, located in Nigeria's Biafra region, the Jerusalem Postreportedon November 14.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is compiling a "blacklist" of Taiwan independence activists who will face criminal prosecution by Chinese authorities for their efforts to protect the island's democratic rule, Hong Kong-based newspaper Ta Kung Pao reported on Sunday.
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Terrorists tied to the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) hacked "likely hundreds" of people to death in Ethiopia onNovember 9, Amnesty International reportedon Thursday.
Dozens of cars leaving Nagorno-Karabakh for Armenia's capital, Yerevan, lined a country road leading out of the war-torn territory on November 11.
South Korea recorded its largest daily increase in new coronavirus cases in 70 days on Friday, the same day that the national government announced it would begin fining people $90 for failing to wear sanitary masks in public.
Allegations of forced labor at Volkswagen's car plant in China's Xinjiang region are untrue, theGerman car manufacturer's CEO in China told the BBC on Thursday.
“Trumpism without Trump” is what America needs in four years, said conservative author Ann Coulter during a speech at the University of Texas at Austin on Thursday nighthosted by the university’s Young Conservatives of Texas.
Iran has stockpiled an amount of low-enriched uranium twelve times greater than the legal limit allowed under the 2015 nuclear deal, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Wednesday.
China urged the U.S. to "root out systematic racism" at the U.N. on Monday. Beijing's exhortation comes amid mounting evidence that the Communist Party has imprisoned as many as 3 million ethnic minorities in concentration camps in an effort to erase them from society.
The number of suicides in Japan rose in October to the highest level recorded in over five years, Japanese police data revealed on Tuesday.
North Korea is believed to have up to 60 nuclear warheads capable of threatening regional stability in East Asia, according to the latest estimate, published Wednesday, by the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS).
E-commerce giant Amazon said on Tuesday it had removed listings of products including underwear and doormats emblazoned with Hindu sacred symbols from its overseas websites.
A Japanese mayor has became an Internet sensation after observers noted that the characters of his name may be read as "Jo Baiden."
The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan signed a peace deal on Monday to end their recent fighting over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Regional power Russia brokered the agreement, which is expected to take effect starting November 10.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is attempting to erase the Mongol emperor Genghis Khan from Chinese history according to a report this weekend by human rights magazine Bitter Winter.
Turkish Finance Minister Berat Albayrak resigned from his post on Sunday citing health reasons, one day after Ankara fired its central bank chief.
China, which has built concentration camps holding as many as up to 3 million Muslims in the past five years, demanded at the U.N. Human Rights Council on Monday that America do more to fight "systematic racism, racial discrimination, white supremacy, religious intolerance, and xenophobia.
Criminal gangs in Bolivia linked to the "Chinese mafia" are allegedly bribing police and customs officials to smuggle jaguar parts to China, a report by environmental groups claimed on Thursday.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forumpublished a report on Friday in which it claimed that human rights violations in the country under current President Emmerson Mnangagwa are worse than those carried out under former Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe.
Over 6,000 people in China's northwestern city of Lanzhou have tested positive for brucellosis after they were exposed to contaminated aerosols from a state-run brucellosis vaccine factory leak over a year ago, Chinese state health authorities announced on November 4.
Iran's supreme leader mocked the ongoing U.S. presidential election on Wednesday, claiming the vote has exposed the true nature of "U.S. democracy."
A Syrian mercenary recently captured while fighting for Azerbaijan against Armenia in its ongoing war over Nagorno-Karabakh said on Wednesday that his recruiters instructed him and fellow mercenaries to "slaughter all civilians and soldiers" of an Armenian village they attempted to capture.
Belarus began operating its first nuclear power plant on Tuesday in the western town of Astravets, located just 30 miles from Lithuania's capital.
Iran has canceled its traditional Student Day march— which commemorates the anniversary of the Iranian seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in 1979— for the first time in nearly 40 years due to coronavirus concerns, London-based Iran International reported on Monday.
Gunmen stormed Afghanistan's Kabul University on Monday, killing at least 22 people, including students. The Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the attack, which Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called a "despicable act of terror.
An Indian group known as Hindu Sena (Hindu Army) in Delhi on Tuesday conducted fire rituals and chanted verses for U.S. President Donald Trump’s victory in the November 3 presidential election.
Video appearing to show a man in northern China beating his wife to death on a city street went viral on social media on Sunday.
A coalition of New York metropolitan area mosques organized a protest againstFrench President Emmanuel Macron’s "vilification of Islam" on November 1 outside the French Consulate General in New York City.
A Mulsim mob beat a man to death and burned his body after he allegedly desecrated a copy of the Quran, Islam's holy book, at a mosque in northern Bangladesh on Thursday.
Russian police in the majority Muslim region of Tatarstan shot dead a teenage boy on Friday after he attacked a local police station with Molotov cocktails and stabbed a police officer with a knife, the region's interior ministry said.
A 21-year-old tuberculosis patient in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital in the northern Indian city ofGurugram was allegedly rapedby a member of the hospital staff while she was in a semi-conscious condition on a ventilator, local police said Wednesday.
Armenia's foreign affairs ministry said that Azerbaijani forces bombed a maternity hospital inStepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh, on Wednesday.
China's foreign ministry spokesman on Wednesday accused U.S. senators of telling “all sorts of lies” after the U.S. Senate introduced a draft bill on Monday accusing Beijing of committing "genocide" against ethnic and religious minorities in its northwestern territory of Xinjiang.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC)Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpoor said on Wednesday that Tehran will not tolerate any threat to the security of Iran's border areas from ongoing clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed China for operating as a regional "predator" during an official visit to the Indian Ocean island of Sri Lanka on Wednesday.
Iran has begun a construction project near a recently built road at its Natanz nuclear facility, a satellite image released on Monday showed.
An Iranian court sentenced the CEO of Aparat, a video-sharing website similar to YouTube, to ten years in prison this month for "encouraging corruption" after an Aparat user uploaded a video to the platform last year that authorities in the Islamic Republic deemed "vulgar.
Photos and videos circulating online on Tuesday appear to show the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group flag at a demonstration on Sunday innortheastern Syria.
Iran summoned its French chargé d’affaires on Monday to protest French President Emmanuel Macron's recent comments against Islamists' use of violence in the face of satirical cartoons.
Afghan security forces on Sunday claimed to have killedHusam Abd al-Rauf, al-Qaeda's second-in-command, during a raid last week in eastern Afghanistan.
The U.S. State Department on Sunday said it had "reaffirmed" Armenia and Azerbaijan's commitment to abide by a ceasefire previously agreed to in Moscow this month.
A leading Islamic lawgroup in Nigeria accused the country's Christian clerics on Friday of stoking religious tensions to turn anti-police protests in the city of Lagos into forces of anti-Muslim violence, Nigeria's Premium Times reported on Friday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited a cemetery honoring Chinese veterans of the Korean War on October 21. The commemoration was widely viewed as part of Kim's recent efforts to move closer to Beijing, whereChinese leader Xi Jinping on October 19 also honored the 70th anniversary of China's entry into the conflict.
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North Korea's state-run Korean Central Television (KCTV) broadcast special weather segments on Wednesday warning of a yellow dust cloud arriving from China on Thursday.
The Nigerian Army said on Wednesday it had arrested one of its soldiers accused of encouraging his fellow troops not to fire on anti-police protesters, who have led a violent movement against Nigeria's security forces in recent weeks.
Japan's Fisheries Agency has advised Japanese fishing boats to avoid certain areas within Japan's own exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and operate elsewhere after thousands of Chinese fishing boats ignored Tokyo's previous warnings in recent weeks to exit the country's waters.
China's foreign ministry on Thursday threatened to retaliate against the latest U.S. arms sale to democratically-governed Taiwan, which Beijing claims is a renegade province.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) said on Wednesday they are investigating reports that the Vatican transferred funds to Australia during the trial of former Vatican treasurer and Archbishop of Melbourne George Pell on sex abuse charges.
Young boys enrolled in Sudan's state-run Islamic schools face beatings, torture, and sexual abuse at the hands of older students and teachers, according to areport by BBC Arabic published on Monday.
Long-distance truck drivers in East Africa are paying bribes to avoid state-enforced coronavirus testing at the Uganda-Kenya border, the head of Uganda's Professional Drivers Network (UPDN) revealed on Monday.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said on Monday it would reverse its ban on the video-sharing app TikTok -- announced ten days ago on October 9 -- after the app's Chinese owners committed to moderating content in accordance with Pakistani law.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited an exhibit on China's involvement in the Korean War at a military museum in Beijing on Monday, falsely claiming a Chinese victory in the conflict.
Ongoing anti-government protests in Thailand's capital, Bangkok, forced authorities to declare a "severe" state of emergency in the city on October 15. The emergency decree allowed the government to order the shutdown of news agencies supporting the protest movement on October 19
Swedish climate activist Great Thunberg on Saturday joined an online campaign demanding the release of 12 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists detained in China.
The Taliban accused the U.S. military on Sunday of violating a peace deal the two sides agreed to in February, claiming that the U.S. had carried out "excessive airstrikes" in areas of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province occupied by the Taliban and elsewhere in the country.
Egyptian police academy cadets stripped off their shirts and posed topless during a graduation ceremony last week outside of Cairo; video of the ceremony began circulating this week.
A female Afghan warlord who fought against the Taliban in recent years formally joined the jihadi terror group on October 15, a regional Afghan official confirmed.
The Philippine Navy said this week that it is creating its own maritime militia force, including armed fishermen, to protect the nation's territorial waters in the South China Sea from Chinese incursions.
The government of Nigeria is currently weighing if it should cut access to the internet amid ongoing anti-police protests, local media reported on Wednesday.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Tuesday told marines stationed at a coastal military base in eastern China that they should "focus on preparing to go to war.
Saudi Arabia failed in its bid to join the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Tuesday — The Kingdom had been vying for a spot on the council for the next three-year term starting on January 1, 2021.
Lawmakers in Kyrgyzstan on Sunday questioned the controversial appointment of Sadyr Japarov, a convicted kidnapper, as the country's new prime minister on October 10, days after he was sprung from prison by protesters amid ongoing unrest over a disputed parliamentary election on October 4.
China's People’s Liberation Army (PLA) staged a large-scale exercise simulating an island invasion on Saturday, the same day as Taiwan’s National Day holiday, Chinese state media reported on Monday.
China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has "stacked 60,000 soldiers against the Indians in the north" of India, along the two countries' Himalayan border, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News on Friday.
Newly suggested electoral changes in Hong Kong would allow Hong Kong citizens residing in China to vote in the city's elections without returning home, local media reports suggested on Friday.
The Taliban said on Thursday that it “welcomes” U.S. President Donald Trump’s suggestion on Wednesday to withdraw all remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan “by Christmas.” “We should have the small remaining number of our BRAVE Men and Women serving in
Reporters for China's state-run Global Times newspaper spoke to "Chinese experts" on Thursday about the U.S. vice-presidential debate on Wednesday night— One claimed the debate was especially important this year as "both presidential candidates are quite old" and "accidents can happen.
Turkey's president on Thursday defended his country's military presence in Qatar, claiming it serves as a regional source of "stability and peace."
The government of Taiwan on Wednesday placed advertisements in leading Indian newspapers to mark the democratic island’s upcoming National Day on October 10.
Armenian public radio published video footage on Thursday allegedly depicting an imam in Syria recruiting mercenaries to fight for Azerbaijan against Armenia in its ongoing conflict over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece Global Timeson Wednesday responded to a Pew Research Center Poll arguing that China does not have to take the opinions of Western nations "seriously.
A six-year-old Indian girl died in Delhi on Monday after she was allegedly raped by her minor cousin in northern India just over two weeks ago.
An Iranian officer of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on Tuesday claimed that U.S. troops would fail "to leave the Persian Gulf safely if war breaks out in the region.
Madagascar's president this weekend launched a capsule version of an herbal tea he touts as a treatment for the Chinese coronavirus. The country's World Health Organization (W.H.O.
Armenia's prime minister asked the U.S. to address Turkey's alleged use of American-made F-16 jets in support of Azerbaijan in its recent conflict against Armenia in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, a report claimed on Sunday.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's approval rating has soared to a record high of 91 percent, according to a public opinion survey conducted last month by the nonprofit Philippine pollster, Pulse Asia.
Xi Jinping on Thursday delivered a speech advocating for women's rights at the U.N.'sWorld Conference on Women in Beijing.
Serbian authorities will carry out “a complete revision of every death” related to coronavirus,Serbia's President Aleksandar Vučić said on Thursday.
Police detained two Indian opposition leaders on Thursday for participating in a march to visit the family of an alleged gang rape victim in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
Protests erupted across several Iranian cities on Thursday in support of Azerbaijan in its conflict with Armenia over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.