New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says America’s ‘eyes are wide open’ on negotiations with North Korea.
May and June bring cyclones and monsoons to southeastern Bangladesh; aid groups warn harsh weather will cause landslides, floods, and disease outbreaks in refugee camps.
First inter-Korean summit in 11 years marked a historic first step toward reconciliation. but many experts are wary of North Korea's rapprochement.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says his country and Kuwait must sign a new agreement before more workers can go.
Burmese metropolis, residents say, losing its traditions as a massive influx of Chinese migrants reshapes it in their own likeness.
South Korean officials said Sunday that Kim Kong Un plans to invite experts and journalists from Seoul and the United States to observe the shuttering of the facility.
Cardinal George Pell, who denies wrongdoing, is the highest-ranked official to be charged with such crimes.
However, US wants to see irreversible reductions in North’s nuclear program before agreeing to reduce economic sanctions.
Officials in Hanoi are balancing anti-China sentiment at home against advantages of economic engagement with a powerful neighbor.
The two days of talks come after historic talks between the leaders of North and South Korea, and ahead of a planned meeting between Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump.
After a senior police officer was named in the alleged entrapment of local reporters, the European Union says support for police reform is “more needed than ever”.