Hong Kong implemented its strictest suite of social distancing measures yet.
SHANGHAI: China will show "zero tolerance" towards securities and accounting fraud and will step up a crackdown on major capital-markets crimes,
The Palestinian Authority on Sunday imposed a night-time and weekend curfew on the occupied West Bank for the coming 14 days to try and rein in
SOFIA: Thousands of Bulgarians gathered for a fourth day on Sunday (Jul 12) in Sofia and other cities to protest against corruption and demand the
SYDNEY: An Australian man who pleaded guilty to killing 51 Muslim worshippers in New Zealand's worst mass shooting in 2019 has decided to
Allowing the commercial farming of tigers, pangolins and other endangered species risks further fuelling demand in China for rare wildlife products.
Indonesia is pushing ahead with a data protection law, following a series of high-profile data breaches in recent months at some of its biggest e-commerce companies.
Khaled Abu Taleb, a member of parliament’s Defence and National Security Committee, said kites might be equipped with surveillance cameras
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday rejected worldwide condemnation over Turkey's decision to convert the Byzantine-era monument Hagia
Vicious attack took place at International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurbekom.
Increased online shopping and takeaway food during the pandemic have added to the mountain of waste in the country.
The most conservative figure suggests that 8,663 people have been killed, with other estimates up to triple that number, the report says.
HK media tycoon Jimmy Lai said some of the city's biggest companies have given in to pressure to voice support for a controversial national security law drafted by China.
LIMA: As the coronavirus-hit economy of Peru stagnated over the past three months, Lima coffin-maker Genaro Cabrera has seen his sales quadruple.
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Thursday (Jun 4) began labelling media organisations whose editorial calls may be under the influence of governments
Prosecutors in Argentina have opened an investigation into allegations that former president Mauricio Macri spied on political opponents during