- December 15, 2017
Communist insurgents in the Philippines have fought one of Asia’s longest-running insurgencies
A top UN human rights official expressed “deep regret” at the failure of both the Indian and Pakistani authorities to grant access to the separate parts of Kashmir
A senior police official said hundreds of protesters threw stones at security forces as they tried to restore order on the streets of Budgam, a district 30km south of Srinagar, the state’s summer capital
As many as 908 people joined in the head-shaving part of the protest, organizers said
Chinese anger at South Korea over its decision to deploy and US anti-missile defence system appears to be threatening everything from appearances by the stars of K-Pop to future cooperation on North Korea at the United Nations
Taliban fighters have been threatening at least two provincial capitals this summer, in Helmand and Kunduz, and a US government report said Afghan forces have lost 5% of territory this year.
Japanese Emperor Akihito, 82, in a rare video address to the public on Monday, said he worried that age may make it difficult for him to fully carry out his duties, remarks widely seen as suggesting he wants to abdicate. Public broadcaster NHK reported last month that Akihito, who has had heart surgery and been
The diplomat left the country Monday, said a senior government official.
A Chinese man has tried to smuggle his pet turtle through security in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport by hiding it in a KFC hamburger, reports South China Morning Post.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described the launch as a “grave threat” to Japan and said Tokyo “strongly protested”. Japan also said its self-defence force would remain on alert in case of further launches.
There are plenty of signs radicals in the region have been animated by IS leader Abu Bakar al-Baghdadi’s call for attacks and the group’s ambition to create Southeast Asian provinces of the IS caliphate
A Muslim association in Shizuoka province of Japan has allegedly received threats days after seven Japanese nationals were killed in a terror attack in Gulshan, Dhaka.
The death toll in Kashmir rose to 20 on Sunday as clashes between Indian troops and protesters continued despite a curfew imposed in the disputed Himalayan region to suppress anti-India anger following the killing of a popular insurgent commander. Anti-India protests have been reported from many places across Kashmir since Burhan Wani, chief of operations
January 2 Police arrested a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM) militant, identified as Towheed Ahmad Mir, who was wanted by Police for killing of a former militant, Bashir Ahmad and his three year old son Burhan Ahmad in September 2015, from Sopore area in Baramulla District of Jammu and Kashmir. January 4 Protesters pelted stones on Security
Naik, a doctor-turned-preacher, has always been on the radar of security agencies for making statements like “If Osama bin Laden is terrorising the US, I am with him”.
Though ISIS and Al Qaeda are now two separate organisations, ISIS recruiters seem to follow many of the same basic guidelines for luring people into their group and indoctrinating them.
A record 65.3m people were uprooted worldwide last year, many of them fleeing wars only to face walls, tougher laws and xenophobia as they reach borders, the United Nations refugee agency said on Monday. The figure, which jumped from 59.5m in 2014 and by 50% in five years, means that 1 in every 113 people
Nepalese grandfather of eight kids, Durga Kami goes to school six days a week to complete his studies
Modi wasn’t even permitted to enter the US before 2014, censured for failing to stop the 2002 mass killings of Muslims in Gujarat state he led at the time
Aung Sun Suu Kyi’s party is trying to hold the Panglong peace conference next month to have reconciliation among all citizens