By Josh Smith and Sangmi Cha SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea displayed what appeared to be a new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) at a parade on Thursday night, state media reported, capping
By Mayank Bhardwaj and Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A ninth round of talks between the Indian government and protesting farmers over three new contentious farm laws made no headway on Friday, but
By Stanley Widianto and Kate Lamb JAKARTA (Reuters) – Among the first in the queue for coronavirus vaccines in Indonesia has been one conspicuous group – social media influencers.
GENEVA (Reuters) – The number of people fleeing violence in the Central African Republic has doubled in just a week to nearly 60,000, the U.N. refugee agency said on Friday, as post-electoral violence
ANKARA (Reuters) – President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday he hoped positive steps will be taken on Turkey’s role in the F-35 jet programme once U.S.
By Sofia Menchu LA PALMILLA, Guatemala (Reuters) – Two-year-old Yesmin Anayeli Perez died this week of illnesses linked to malnutrition, the third small child to die from similar causes in an
(Reuters) – The Communist Party of Laos on Friday named Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith as its new secretary general, replacing retiring chief Bounnhang Vorachit, state media reported as the
By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) – Fiji, the favourite of Western nations, won the presidency of the U.N.
By Angelo Amante ROME (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Friday issued a new decree extending curbs to keep lid on COVID-19 infections after the health ministry warned that the