Japanese F-35 crashes. Now the search is on for wreckage and reasons

A Japanese F-35 fighter crashed into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, raising questions about reliability and security of the most expensive weapons system ever...

Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush wins #MeToo defamation case

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has won more than $600,000 and could receive millions more, after successfully arguing that an Australian tabloid newspaper defamed him...

Tiny bees found in woman’s eye, feeding off tears

Doctors treating a Taiwanese woman for a swollen eye were shocked to find four tiny bees living under her left eyelid. The miniscule insects, known...

14 tons of pangolin scales seized in Singapore in a single smuggling bust

Authorities in Singapore have seized one of the largest ever shipments of pangolin scales en route to Vietnam, worth an estimated $38.7 million. In a...

UK lawmakers warn journalists and activists could be extradited to China under new law

The UK government has expressed concern over a new extradition law between Hong Kong and China, as British lawmakers warned the move could see pro-democracy activists, journalists,...

Pakistan accuses India of planning ‘new aggression’

Pakistan's foreign minister says the government has "reliable intelligence" that India was planning an attack next week -- claims its nuclear neighbor immediately dismissed...

Official planted camera in Washington DC embassy toilet, New Zealand court told

The highest-ranked official at New Zealand's embassy in the US planted a hidden camera in a unisex bathroom in 2017, a crown prosecutor has...

Popular Thai party leader charged with sedition

The leader of a popular new party that has positioned itself as a progressive opponent to Thailand's military government was charged with sedition on...

China is becoming an election issue in Asia. And that’s bad news for Beijing

Two years ago, Indonesian President Joko Widodo -- also known as Jokowi -- stood shoulder to shoulder with Xi Jinping for a group photo to celebrate...

More companies boycott Brunei over anti-gay laws

A British TV awards show and a Swiss-owned travel agency have joined a growing boycott of businesses owned by the kingdom of Brunei, after...

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