The US government said on Monday it plans to regulate electronic cigarettes as tobacco products.
Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Tuesday ordered review of overall relations with Cambodia in the wake of border clashes between them.
South Korea foreign minister gave a lukewarm response to former US President Jimmy Carter's trip to DPRK Tuesday.
Iran's government has raised bread prices up to 25 percent, the second hike in four months.
Two bombs exploded near buses carrying navy officials in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi on Tuesday, killing four people and wounding 56.
An earthquake with magnitude of 6. 3 jolted Java island of Indonesia on Tuesday, the Meteorology and Geophysics Agency reported here.
More than 200 farmers protested in Tokyo to demand compensation for products contaminated by radiation spewing from Japan's crippled nuclear plant.
Violent storms carved out a swatch of damage three miles wide Monday night in central Arkansas, leaving at least two residents of a small town dead.
Cuba started to audit more than 750 state-run companies across the country on Monday to review their management and legitimacy.
Former US President Jimmy Carter, accompanied by three other former state leaders, arrived in Pyongyang Tuesday morning.
The railway service from Cairo to southern Egypt will resume soon as protestors in Qena province decided to end their sit-in on railway tracks.
At least 16 people including seven children were killed and over a dozen others injured as a passenger bus was set ablaze by unknown miscreants.