Chinese military called on India to withdraw its troops from the Himalayan mountains, saying that New Delhi "should abandon unrealistic illusions" of owning the disputed territory as Beijing is ready to defend its sovereignty, territorial integrity and national security.
A total of 24 people were killed and over 40 injured in the explosion that occurred on Monday morning in Kabul, local media reported citing the country’s Interior Ministry.
The 2017 BRICS Youth Summit kicks off in the Chinese capital of Beijing on Monday and will last through Friday.
In what is said to be a major milestone in a long-running radioactive clean-up operation, an underwater robot has recorded images of significant deposits of what is suspected to be melted nuclear fuel at the bottom of one of the damaged reactors at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant.
A Chinese military official said the country has nothing to hide from the joint naval exercises between China and Russia, which focuses on joint rescue and protecting maritime economic activities.
According to a warning notice from the US Coast Guard for mariners who intend to traverse the thousands of miles between Kodiak Island, Alaska, and the Hawaiian islands next weekend, a live-fire THAAD missile test has been scheduled by the US military.
Western countries' use of the legitimate presence of Chinese naval ships in international waters to preach their "China threat" theory will not affect China's operations, Chinese military experts said.
An exhibition celebrating the 90th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) opened in Beijing, presenting a review of the PLA's history and showing China's increasing military prowess through images and models of some of the country's most advanced military equipment.
South Korea will pay a harsh price for condemning the North's most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test, Pyongyang mouthpiece Rodong Sinmun warned Saturday.
Philippine lawmakers voted for the extension of the martial law in the southern Mindanao region until December 31, 2017, according to media reports.
A US friendly fire airstrike killed 12 Afghan police officers in the restive southern Helmand province on Friday, a local news agency cited its sources as saying.
South Korea’s parliament passed a budget bill on Saturday that will add $9.8 billion to create extra public sector jobs and welfare benefits, local media reported.
A labor surplus means that 10 percent of college graduates in Russia may be unable to find jobs, Sputnik News recently reported, citing a study by the Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation. Encouraging investment by Chinese manufacturers might help Russia solve this problem.
Although North Korean leader Kim Jung-un has demonstrated concerning behavior he makes rational decisions to ensure the survival of his regime, according to US National Intelligence Director Daniel Coats.
Two hundred years after Jane Austen's death, Britain is celebrating one of its best-loved authors, who combined romance with biting social commentary that still speaks to fans around the world.
Despite receiving an invitation from US President Donald Trump, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday said he would never visit "lousy" America. His comments were made in frustration at his deadly war on drugs being criticized during a US Congress human rights commission hearing.
China’s State Council published a new report on Thursday detailing the nation’s new plan to create a 10 trillion yuan ($1.48 trillion) artificial intelligence industry in the People’s Republic by 2030, making China the world leader in AI instead of current kingpin the US.
Taking no chances against the Hermit Kingdom, Hawaii, the popular island known for its sunny weather and sandy beaches, is getting ready to release its plans for a possible attack by Pyongyang.
Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said that the UK should ensure transparency and predictability during the Brexit negotiations in order to decrease potential losses of Japanese businesses and investors, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said in a press release Friday.
Policy recommendations proposed by Russia and China to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula, will certainly take time to implement but seem to be the only way to avoid disastrous consequences that may occur, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
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