Russian, Iranian and Turkish foreign ministers met in the Turkish city of Antalya to discuss preparations for a Syrian national dialogue congress.
Following an alleged drunk-driving accident involving a U.S. Marine Corps member in Japan's southernmost prefecture of Okinawa that killed a 61-year-old local man, all U.S. service members in Japan have been prohibited from consuming alcohol, the U.S forces said Monday.
Philippine government forces have rescued five Filipino fishmen from Abu Sayyaf group in southern Philippines, a military commander said on Monday.
Events of the past week surrrounding the fate of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe have put tremendous pressure on the mobile networks of the sounthern African country as people chose to stay on social media to be in the loop.
South Korea's "diplomacy of golden mean" will help the Asian country expand diplomatic terrain beyond Northeast Asia by strengthening cooperation with Southeast Asian countries and nations bordering the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the special security advisor to President Moon Jae-in said Monday.
Former Chilean President Sebastian Pinera is leading the presidential election on Sunday, with 53.05 percent of votes counted, the Electoral Service of Chile (Servel) said.
Polish president on two-day official visit to Greece
Libya probes into slave markets by human trafficking criminals
Russia, Iran, Turkey prepare for Syrian national dialogue congress
Tough enough: UN peacekeepers in Lebanon hold strongman contest
13th Asian-European foreign ministers' meeting opens in Myanmar
Russia, Turkey, Iran FMs discuss Syria ahead of Sochi summit
China, Myanmar vow to further promote ties, cooperation
U.S. scientists predict more big earthquakes in 2018
Israeli artillery fires at Syrian army posts over truce violation
Iran accuses Saudi of stirring chaos and destabilizing region
Spotlight: "Thor: Ragnarok" hammers global box office
2016 U.S. presidential election