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The largest healthcare provider in Singapore, SingHealth, has suffered a massive hack that's affected about quarter of the city-state's population.
Chinese President Xi Jinping heads to Africa this week as Beijing moves to further cement its role as one of the continent's closest economic and diplomatic allies.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is set to face a no-confidence vote in Parliament on Friday in the wake of a spate of mob attacks against minorities and high profile rape cases.
Pakistan's general election on July 25 is poised to be a transformative moment for the nuclear-armed country, as it continues to deal with the fallout of the arrest and conviction of former leader Nawaz Sharif on corruption charges.
A South Korean court ruled Thursday the government is partially liable for the tragic sinking of the Sewol ferry four years ago and must compensate families of the victims, according to news agencies.
A 71-year-old Australian nun was ordered to leave the Philippines on Thursday after years of angering the government of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Members of the "Wild Boars" Thai youth soccer team and their coach have described their rescue from a flooded cave as a miracle, thanked the experts who saved them and discussed how the experience will affect the rest of their lives.
A massive Russian ship with a potential fortune in gold on board has been discovered at the bottom of the ocean more than a century after it sank, a South Korean company said Thursday.
Pakistan is due to vote next week in general elections overshadowed by deadly terrorist attacks, hundreds of arrests and accusations of widespread interference by the military.
An 11-year-old girl from the Indian city of Chennai was raped by 17 men who worked in the building she lived in, local authorities said on Tuesday.
The United Kingdom has expressed "concern" over the Hong Kong government's proposed use of a colonial-era law to ban a pro-independence group.
A new Chinese box office hit has sparked public debate on the high cost of cancer drugs and prompted calls for government action.
India's Supreme Court has recommended the government enact new laws to combat mob violence, amid a sharp rise in the number of so-called vigilante attacks.
Anybody wanting to see one of China's most highly-anticipated summer movies this week will be out of luck.
British rescuer Vern Unsworth says he is considering legal action against Elon Musk after he made an unfounded claim he was a "pedo", or pedophile, in a now-deleted tweet.
A heat wave in southern Japan has killed at least eight people, dealing another blow to a country still recovering from the worst flooding in decades.
Indian police arrested 30 people after a man was lynched by a huge mob incensed by rumors of child kidnapping spread on WhatsApp.