A group of volunteer psychologists from China's Hong Kong on Thursday arrived in Gurkha, Neapl to provide counseling to quake victims.
The Cabinet of Japan on Thursday approved a legislative package on national security which will allow the Self-Defense Forces to fight abroad, marking a major change to Japan's post-war exclusively defense-oriented security policy.
China on Thursday urged Japan to speed up the destruction of abandoned chemical weapons (ACWs) in China as a precondition for ensuring personnel and environmental safety.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a shooting attack at a guest house in Afghan capital of Kabul overnight Wednesday that which has left five people dead.
In this photograph taken and released by The Indian Press Information Bureau (PIB) on May 14, 2015, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves on his arrival at Xi'an Xiangyang International Airport in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
More than 500 citizens gathered in front of Japanese Prime Minister's Office on Thursday to protest against security bills which the cabinet of Shinzo Abe is set to approve later in the day.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off his trip to China by visiting the Terracotta warriors in Shaanxi province, hometown of President Xi Jinping.
At least three persons were killed in an explosion at a cracker factory in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh late Wednesday night, a senior police official said Thursday.
The death toll in a rubber slipper factory fire in a suburb of the Philippine capital climbed to at least 45 on Thursday with another 26 people still missing.
The death toll in a fresh powerful quake that hit Nepal on Tuesday has climbed to 96 and around 2563 others injured.
South Korea's chief negotiator for civil nuclear energy pact with the United States was named as new ambassador to Russia.
Some nine people, including four attackers, were killed during a shoot out at a guesthouse in Afghan capital Kabul overnight Wednesday.