Beijing has voiced "resolute opposition against infringement of China's sovereignty and security by any country in any form".
A strong quake of 6.4 magnitude hit Kyushu area in southwestern Japan at around 9:30 pm local time on Thursday.
Military cooperation between the United States and the Philippines should not "infringe the interests of the third-party", the Ministry of National Defense said.
Malaysian government destroyed illegal-traded ivory worth some $20 million on Thursday, in the first such public event to showcase its commitment in combating illegal wildlife trade.
South Korea's ruling party failed to regain a majority in the parliamentary election, heralding hardships that President Park Geun-hye's economic reform drive may face during the latter half of her five-year single term.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could visit the US again in June this year for a bilateral meeting with US President Barack Obama, sources said Thursday.
The Republic of Korea's defense ministry said Thursday that the military is preparing for possible launch of ballistic missile by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) around one of its most important national holidays.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Thursday that the government will not forgive anyone who attempts to cause chaos to social security and urged the peoples to continue supporting him to maintain the country's hard-won peace.
Combination pictures of the tsunami-devastated Yamada town in Iwate prefecture taken March 17, 2011 and Feb 3, 2016 have been released by Kyoto.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.9 struck northwestern Myanmar on Wednesday, the USGS said, sending strong tremors through Myanmar, eastern India, Bangladesh and parts of Nepal.
People in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka and elsewhere got panicked by a powerful earthquake which jolted neighboring Myanmar and parts of the region Wednesday evening.