• Nobel Winner Malala Returns to Pakistan for First Time Since Being Shot
    Nobel Winner Malala Returns to Pakistan for First Time Since Being Shot
  • US Commerce Official Assures Taiwan Bilateral Economic Ties Remain Strong
    US Commerce Official Assures Taiwan Bilateral Economic Ties Remain Strong
  • North Korean Leader Confirms Denuclearization Pledge During Beijing Visit
    North Korean Leader Confirms Denuclearization Pledge During Beijing Visit
  • Xinhua Confirms North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Met President Xi on ‘Unofficial’ Visit
    Xinhua Confirms North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Met President Xi on ‘Unofficial’ Visit
  • US Republicans Press for F-35 Fighter Jet Sales to Taiwan Amid China Threat
    US Republicans Press for F-35 Fighter Jet Sales to Taiwan Amid China Threat
  • North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un Visits China: Bloomberg
    North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un Visits China: Bloomberg
  • Taiwan Scrambles Jets as China’s Air Force Holds Drill Near Island
    Taiwan Scrambles Jets as China’s Air Force Holds Drill Near Island
  • GM Factory Worker in South Korea Found Dead in Suspected Suicide
    GM Factory Worker in South Korea Found Dead in Suspected Suicide
  • Magnitude 6.8 quake hits near Papua New Guinea: USGS
    Magnitude 6.8 quake hits near Papua New Guinea: USGS
  • Record Number of US Marines to Train in Australia in Symbolic Challenge to China
    Record Number of US Marines to Train in Australia in Symbolic Challenge to China
  • Apartment Blaze in Ho Chi Minh City Kills 13, Injures 27
    Apartment Blaze in Ho Chi Minh City Kills 13, Injures 27
  • South Korea Ex-President Lee Detained on Graft Charges
    South Korea Ex-President Lee Detained on Graft Charges
  • Reality TV Star Criticized for Bungee Jumping With 2-Year-Old Daughter
    Reality TV Star Criticized for Bungee Jumping With 2-Year-Old Daughter
  • Malaysian Honey Hunters Risk Their Lives And Get Stung by Bees
    Malaysian Honey Hunters Risk Their Lives And Get Stung by Bees
  • Veteran Who Lost His Legs Set to Become First Double Amputee to Climb Everest
    Veteran Who Lost His Legs Set to Become First Double Amputee to Climb Everest
  • Death Toll in Philippine Hotel Fire Rises to Five
    Death Toll in Philippine Hotel Fire Rises to Five
  • Hotel Fire Kills at Least Three in Philippine Capital
    Hotel Fire Kills at Least Three in Philippine Capital
  • Australia, Southeast Asia to Share Intelligence to Combat Terrorism
    Australia, Southeast Asia to Share Intelligence to Combat Terrorism
  • Trump Signs Bill That Deepens US–Taiwan Ties Despite Beijing’s Opposition
    Trump Signs Bill That Deepens US–Taiwan Ties Despite Beijing’s Opposition
  • South Korea Gears Up for Summit, Report Shows North Korea Testing Reactor
    South Korea Gears Up for Summit, Report Shows North Korea Testing Reactor
  • Nobel Prize Winner Hospitalized, Wife Found Deceased in Illinois
    Nobel Prize Winner Hospitalized, Wife Found Deceased in Illinois
  • Duterte to Withdraw Philippines From ICC After ‘Outrageous Attacks’
    Duterte to Withdraw Philippines From ICC After ‘Outrageous Attacks’
  • Zookeeper Mauled to Death by Tiger He Raised From Cub in China
    Zookeeper Mauled to Death by Tiger He Raised From Cub in China
  • Elephants Treated to a Fruit Buffet on Thai National Elephant Day
    Elephants Treated to a Fruit Buffet on Thai National Elephant Day
  • Smoke and Ash Rise From Japan’s James Bond Volcano as Eruptions Continue
    Smoke and Ash Rise From Japan’s James Bond Volcano as Eruptions Continue
  • At Least 44 Terrorists Killed in Clash With Philippine Troops: Army
    At Least 44 Terrorists Killed in Clash With Philippine Troops: Army