Suicide bomber detonates himself in a crowded place in Afghan capital, killing at least 20 people and injuring several others.
Iran's chief public prosecutor says the ongoing anti-government protests are the result of a CIA plot.
The Isis' Egyptian faction vows to overthrow Hamas from Gaza Strip for failing to stop President Donald Trump on his Jerusalem move.
In a rare gesture, North Korea has agreed to hold high-level talks with rival South Korea to discuss participation in upcoming winter Olympics.
Iran's demonstrations has entered the seventh day with no signs of dying down as Khamenei blames the unrest on "enemies".
Dalits held protests in multiple cities after an earlier anniversary rally ended in a death.
The kidnap-for-ransom gang of Ibrahim Umar, 25, was among the most vicious, say the Nigerian police.
If things go according to plan, this will be the first time in two years that the rival Koreas will hold direct talks between each other.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's administration is set to recruit about 43,000 military personnel in 2018.
Pakistan's civilian and military leadership is also set to meet to come up with an appropriate response after Donald Trump threatened to cut financial aid.
The Iranian supreme leader vows to address the nation about the protests soon and accused "enemies" of orchestrating the events.
One gang of inmates launched an attack on a rival faction and set their mattresses on fire along with the inmates.
Government offices and private businesses are mandated to obtain certificates on the equal pay policies or face fines.
The US' Customs and Border Protection (CBP) admitted the passport-processing system was down for two hours but rules out foul play.
In a separate incident, a bomb went off in the same Nagarhar province killing as many as 18 people.
Iranian president said his countrymen are free to voice their demands and protest but urged them not to destroy public property.
In his New Year's address, the North Korean leader says his country's nuclear arsenal is no longer just blackmail but a reality.
China's ban on ivory products is seen as a major push towards reducing the poaching of African elephants.
More than 200,000 women from Korea, Taiwan, China and other nationalities were forced to work at wartime brothels by the Japanese Imperial Military during the Second World War.
South Korean officials say a Panama-flagged vessel was transferring oil to a North Korean vessel in sea waters violating UN regulations.
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) carried out air strikes for two consecutive days against Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip.
Slogans like "death to Khamenei" and "death to dictator" were heard at rallies as the demonstrations entered the third day.
South Korean authorities say the Hong Kong vessel supplied 600 tonnes of refined petroleum to a North Korean ship in the East China Sea waters.
At least 14 people, mostly women, were killed and several others injured when fire broke out at a restaurant in central Mumbai's Lower Parel locality.
Israeli prime minister castigates Arab protesters for demonstrating against him during a visit to northern town of Ein Mahil.
At least 12 people are dead including an infant when a massive fire broke out at an Bronx apartment in New York.
Iran's supreme leader says Donald Trump's government is one of the "most cruel and corrupt" in the world.
At least 40 people are killed and scores of others left injured when the explosion occured in the western area of Kabul.
The military cyber warfare unit is codenamed Force 47 and will sanitise "wrong viewpoints" emerging in the cyberspace.
Russian foreign ministry says Washington's comment on opposition leader Alexei Navalny's bid is 'direct interference' in the electoral process.