Iran has been hit by a second computer virus, a senior military official said Monday.
Indian officials arrested the chief organizer of last year's Commonwealth Games on Monday.
Cambodian and Thai troops exchanged gunfire in the disputed border area for the fourth consecutive day on Monday, sources in border said.
Taliban insurgents dug a more than 1,050-foot (320-meter) tunnel underground and into the main jail in Kandahar city and whisked out more than 450 prisoners, most of whom were Taliban fighters, officials and the insurgents said Monday.
India's West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee said that the ruling Left Front would come back to power in the legislative elections.
Indonesia plans to produce radar as it still imports the equipment from abroad, Seputar Indonesia quoted a minister as saying on Monday.
More than 400 inmates - many of them Taliban insurgents - escaped from the main prison in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar overnight.
The WHO launched a regional immunization campaign to protect Asian women and children from preventable diseases.
Apple Inc's iPhone is collecting and storing user's location data even when location services are turned off.
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan is likely to face fresh pressure to quit after his ruling party's poor performance in local elections.
Australia's Governor-General Quentin Bryce (R) stands during a memorial ceremony on ANZAC Day for soldiers who died during World War Ⅱ.
The number of people in Latin America who has improved their living standards to become part of the middle class has risen significantly in the past 20 yrs.