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President Donald Trump on Thursday said US and North Korean officials are continuing to prepare for a scheduled diplomatic summit next month, even as Pyongyang threatened in recent days to pull out of what would be a historic first meeting between a North Korean leader and US president.
Video capturing the last moments of a fugitive Moammar Gadhafi on October 20, 2011 is still available online.
It's been six years -- 2007, if you're into counting numbers -- since the once sleepy fishing port of Macau surpassed Las Vegas as the world leader in gambling revenue.
When traveling, food is often as much of a draw as historical and cultural sites. Such is the case with Macau, the autonomous region in southern China.
South Korean journalists may not be allowed to enter North Korea to cover the closure of Pyongyang's nuclear test site, authorities in Seoul said, less than a week after they were reportedly invited.
US President Donald Trump suggested Thursday Beijing could be behind North Korea's recent harsh rhetoric against Washington in the past week, which has thrown the June summit in Singapore into doubt.
Malaysian police have seized dozens of bags stuffed with jewels, cash and luxury goods from properties linked to former Prime Minister Najib Razak, according to state media.
The rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl allegedly by Hindu men in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmi has exposed deep religious tensions in the region.
Why is President Xi Jinping, the most powerful Chinese leader in decades, presiding over a wealthy and resurgent China, embracing the philosophical ideas of Karl Marx?
The Chinese government is leveraging billions of dollars in debts to gain political leverage with developing countries across Asia and the Pacific, a new report presented to the US State Department claims.
A small group of men waits for the tide to change from a rocky jetty on the South Korean shore. Then, after clasping hands in prayer, they begin hurling hundreds of plastic bottles into the sea.
North Korea's reaction to John Bolton's talk of the "Libya model" of denuclearization is a sign Pyongyang may be trying to sideline Trump's hardline advisor in upcoming talks.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party candidate was sworn in as chief minister in the southern state of Karnataka Thursday, despite criticism the party didn't win enough seats to form a government in the closely watched regional election.
Police entered the home of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday night, according to Bernama and Reuters.
Anwar Ibrahim, a former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister, has been released from prison after being granted a pardon by the country's king, according to Anwar's son-in-law Mohamad Khairul.
Two species of antechinus, the black-tailed dusky and the silver-headed, has been added to Australia's endangered species list.
Four attackers wielding samurai swords targeted a police station in western Indonesia on Wednesday morning, killing at least one officer, police said.
North Korea has threatened to abandon planned talks between leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump in June if Washington insists on pushing it "into a corner" on nuclear disarmament.
At least 15 people have been confirmed dead and more than 10 injured in the Indian city of Varanasi after a partially constructed overpass collapsed Tuesday evening, trapping drivers and pedestrians below.
Satellite images appear to show North Korea is shuttering its nuclear test site, according to analysts from North Korean monitoring site 38 North.
Results of a closely watched state election in India showed no clear winner Tuesday, setting of a flurry of political jockeying as rival parties vie for power.