Turkish shelling and airstrikes have killed at least 25 people in northern Syria near the border city of Jarablus.
Syrian civilians and opposition fighters have continued to evacuate Daraya for a second day.
Students and anti-corruption activists in Malaysia have taken to the streets of the capital Kuala Lumpur calling for the arrest of Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Hong Kong is already home to a few cat cafes, but a new animal-themed cafe has people flocking to meet its furry residents. The cafe is home to
Bangladeshi police say they have killed three militants – including the alleged plotter of a terror attack which left 22 people dead last month.
Turkey’s prime minister says any Kurdish entity at its border will not be tolerated.
Scientists say coral bleaching is getting worse in southwestern Japan.
The UN, along with Japan and China, have offered to help restore dozens of damaged structures in Myanmar following Wednesday large earthquake.
World champion Gregory Gaultier and world number one Mohamed El Shorbagy were both dumped out of the Hong Kong Open on Thursday.
One of the longest stand-offs in Syria’s five year conflict is coming to an end.
The traditional festival marks the anniversary of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna and is based on the legend that Krishna as a child used to steal butter and curd from a pot while tied and suspen