Proceedings from Pakistan’s Supreme Court were broadcast live yesterday by state television for the first time, giving an unprecedented view into the workings of an institution that has historically had a huge impact on the country’s politics.
Afghanistan’s Taliban authorities have arrested at least 18 staff of an international NGO, including an American woman, accusing them of carrying out Christian missionary work, the country’s leaders said yesterday.
Myanmar's junta is endangering the life of jailed democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi, her political party said on Thursday, accusing the generals of depriving her of medical care and food during her incarceration
Taiwan said yesterday it had detected 39 Chinese warplanes and an aircraft carrier near the island after a US destroyer and a Canadian frigate transited through the Taiwan Strait over the weekend.
After the row over the use of ‘President of Bharat’ instead of the traditional ‘President of India’ in the official dinner invitations sent to guests attending this week’s G20 summit, a note on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Indonesia visit to attend the
A court in military-ruled Myanmar yesterday sentenced a photojournalist to 20 years in prison, his employer said, the longest known prison term handed down to a media professional since the 2021 army coup.
Myanmar’s junta will likely hold elections in 2025, party officials told AFP yesterday, even as the military struggles to crush resistance to its rule.
Myanmar's detained former leader Aung San Suu Kyi is ailing and a request for an outside physician to see her has been denied by the country's military rulers, a source familiar with the matter and the shadow government loyal to her said on Tuesday