President Joko Widodo tours the devastated city of Palu, tells victims conditions are bad and to be patient.
South Korea is considering abolishing the fund Tokyo paid into as part of the landmark 2015 agreement to resolve lingering dispute over Japan’s wartime sexual slavery of women.
Washington sent B-52 bombers to or near the disputed South China Sea twice in late September, and Beijing protested
Speaking at UNGA, North Korea’s foreign minister says without trust there is ‘no way’ country will unilaterally disarm.
Tsunami, triggered by magnitude 7.5 earthquake, smashed into Sulawesi island at dusk Friday.
Committee to Protect Journalists said 262 reporters were in jail at the end of 2017, with Turkey, China and Egypt leading the way in locking them up.
Even before accusations from President Trump, intelligence officials were worried Beijing was setting its cyber weapons to 'meddle'.
Minority groups say monuments to independence hero Aung San are examples of ‘Burmanization,' would prefer to see funds spent on development.
Exerting pressure while discussing denuclearization could prove difficult; also, inter-Korean developments could stymie Trump's efforts.
Explosives have hit four parts of the country since July; Muslim rebels recruiting people for more attacks.
Calls jeopardize international consensus on pressure campaign on Pyongyang.
As China denies it is meddling in US election, state media also notes that if Trump continues to pressure Beijing over trade, he puts his support base and even re-election chances at risk.