FM spokeswoman urges Japan to stop harming China's territorial sovereignty

2015-08-29 15:05:49

China has urged Japan to stop all provocations after the Japanese Cabinet Secretariat published some information on its website on Friday alleging Diaoyu islands belong to Japan.

Pakistan army: 6 civilians killed in Indian shelling

2015-08-29 07:21:19

At least six Pakistani civilians were killed and 46 others, including 22 women, were injured in the latest Indian shelling on Friday. They are the largest casualties on a single day in recent cross-border attacks, the Pakistani military said.

Students on hunger strike over security bills

2015-08-29 07:21:19

A group of Tokyo university students have staged a rare hunger strike in front of Japan's parliament as they protest against security bills that critics fear would drag the country into foreign wars.

India deploys army to stop caste-related violence in Gujarat

2015-08-28 10:46:27

The Indian army patrolled riot-hit areas of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat on Thursday after the death toll rose to seven in two days of caste-related violence.

Philippines needs help from China: former president

2015-08-28 08:53:33

Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada on Thursday said the Philippines needs China's help to modernize the country, and expressed his hope that Sino-Philippines relations will improve in the near future.

IAEA to establish first nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan

2015-08-28 00:03:11

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) signed an agreement with Kazakhstan in the Kazakh capital of Astana to establish the world's first low enriched uranium (LEU) bank.

Chinese head of TCS gets set for role

2015-08-27 20:33:03

Veteran diplomat and ambassador Yang Houlan attended an event in Seoul on Thursday as the next Secretary-General of the China-Japan-Republic of Korea Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat(TCS).

China, Malaysia to hold joint military drill

2015-08-27 19:06:39

China and Malaysia will hold a joint military exercise from mid-to-late September in the Malacca Strait and its surrounding area.

Japanese PM asks US president to investigate alleged spying activities

2015-08-26 22:24:24

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has asked US President Barack Obama to look into the alleged spying activities on the Japanese government and companies.

Thai tourism to rebound from deadly bombing

2015-08-26 16:27:07

Thailand's tourism sector will rebound from the negative impact of the recent bombing attack in downtown Bangkok, which left at least 20 people dead, Thai Tourism and Sports Minister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul said Wednesday.

DPRK says inter-Korean contact gives lesson to South Korea

2015-08-26 09:28:38

The just concluded north-south senior level contact would teach South Korea a harsh lesson, a top military official of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said on Tuesday.

Singapore President dissolves parliament

2015-08-25 17:04:34

Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam, on the advice of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, dissolved Singapore's 12th parliament on Tuesday, indicating the general election will be held within the next three months.