Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that sexual offences have risen sharply in the country.
Sri Lanka’s food prices rose by a record 22.1 percent in December, official figures showed yesterday, as the country struggles to finance urgent imports to tackle an acute shortage of essentials.
Bangladesh and India have resumed monitoring the water level of the Ganges and Padma rivers at different points under the Ganges Water Sharing Treaty 1996.
In a sprawling settlement of mud brick huts in western Afghanistan housing people displaced by drought and war, a woman is fighting to save her daughter.
The European Union yesterday called for an international arms embargo on Myanmar’s junta and for toughening its own sanctions following last week’s massacre of more than 30 people.
A Myanmar junta court yesterday sentenced two close aides of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to two years in jail for sedition, a legal
The Taliban’s supreme leader has ordered fighters not to punish members of Afghanistan’s former regime for past “crimes”, days after a video of an army commander being beaten went viral on social...
Save the Children yesterday confirmed that two of its staff were killed in a Christmas Eve massacre blamed on junta troops that left the charred remains of more than 30 people on a highway in...
A crowd of women marched through the Afghan capital yesterday, accusing Taliban authorities of covertly killing soldiers who served the former US-backed regime.
A Myanmar junta court yesterday again postponed giving its verdict in Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial for illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies, a source with knowledge of the case said.