Asia Pacific
ASEAN officials discuss broadband internet cooperation2017-03-24
Representatives of the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations(ASEAN)met Thursday in Lao capital Vientiane to share information and experiences on broadband internet in the region in support of strategic regional cooperation.
Celebrations held to mark Pakistan Day in Islamabad2017-03-24
Pakistan Day, or Republic Day, is a national holiday in Pakistan to commemorate March 23, 1940 when a resolution was passed in Lahore, now Pakistan's eastern city, to demand a separate homeland for the Muslims of the British Indian Empire.
Indian court hands down life sentence to two for 2007 blast at famous Sufi shrine in Ajmer2017-03-22
A special court of India's anti-terror agency on Wednesday sentenced to life in jail two persons convicted for their role in the 2007 blast at the famous Sufi shrine in Ajmer in the western state of Rajasthan.
Pakistan issues directives to reopen border with Afghanistan2017-03-22
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday issued directives to immediately re-open the country's border with Afghanistan after it was closed over a month ago.
S. Korean military confirms DPRK missile test failure2017-03-22
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) test-fired missiles on Wednesday but apparently ended in failure, South Korea's military said.
Aussie students allowed to identify as "undefined gender" in official documents2017-03-22
One of Australia's top MPs has on Wednesday applauded a decision by the state of Victoria to allow high school students to identify as being an "undefined gender" on official education documents.
140 - 副本副本副本.jpg S.Korean prosecutors end interrogation of ousted President2017-03-22
South Korean prosecutors end interrogation of ousted President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday.
Ousted S. Korean president apologizes before being questioned by prosecutors2017-03-21
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye appeared Tuesday in the prosecutors' office to be questioned over a corruption scandal that led to her impeachment earlier this month.
Aussie MPs had phone numbers leaked in embarrassing government gaffe2017-03-21
The private cell phone numbers of almost every Australian federal MP were accidentally published online by a government department, an embarrassing gaffe which cyber security experts have described as dangerous.
Pollution pushing New Zealand to environmental limits: OECD report2017-03-21
Rising greenhouse gas emissions and water pollution are pushing New Zealand to its environmental limits, according to an international report out Tuesday.
Ousted S. Korean president says sorry to people before entering prosecutors' office2017-03-21
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye appeared Tuesday in the prosecutors'office to be questioned over an corruption scandal that led to her impeachment earlier this month.
Ousted S. Korean president says sorry to people before entering prosecutors' office2017-03-21
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye said in front of cameras at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors'Office on Tuesday that she was sorry to the public and would faithfully undergo the questioning.
Ousted S. Korean president leaves for prosecutors' office for questioning2017-03-21
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday left for the prosecutors' office to be questioned over the corruption scandal that led to her impeachment and ouster, TV footage showed.
People mostly affected by air pollution in Nepal2017-03-21
According to reports, people are mostly affected by air pollution due to the reconstruction of houses, the road expansion projects, the Melamchi water supply project, and increasing number of vehicles.
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