Taiwan airline investigating claims passenger forced attendants to undress and clean him

A Taiwanese airline says it may ban an overweight passenger who allegedly forced members of an all-female cabin crew to undress him in the...

Indira Gandhi assassination aftermath: Ex-politician guilty of inciting anti-Sikh riots

An Indian court has sentenced a former politician to life in prison for inciting anti-Sikh violence in riots after the 1984 assassination of Prime...

Hong Kong’s calm broken with tear gas on 12th weekend of consecutive protests

Hong Kong's brief respite from violence has come to an end, with police firing tear gas at demonstrators as the city's protests enter their...

Pakistan brought to a standstill for ‘Kashmir hour’ demonstrations

Pakistanis brought the nation to a standstill at midday Friday as they gathered for "Kashmir hour" to show their solidarity with the disputed region, after India stripped...

India anti-satellite missile test a ‘terrible thing,’ NASA chief says

India's anti-satellite missile test created at least 400 pieces of orbital debris, the head of NASA says -- placing the International Space Station (ISS) and its astronauts at...

Inside the Japanese town that pays cash for kids

When Katsunori and Kaori Osaka had their first child, they were living in a cramped flat in Nagoya, a city of more than 2...

That viral photo of the Hong Kong protests is not what it seems

A stunning nighttime image purporting to show hundreds of thousands of people amassing Sunday on the streets of Hong Kong to protest a controversial extradition bill...

Hong Kong’s summer of dissent: After five weeks of protest, where to next?

Hong Kong's summer of dissent is showing no sign of abating. For five consecutive weekends, the city of 7.4 million has been rocked by large-scale...

China’s Huawei will build Russia’s 5G network

Embattled Chinese tech company Huawei has struck a deal to build Russia's first 5G wireless network. The agreement with Russia's largest carrier, MTS, was signed...

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,...

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