Government And Politics

Afghans face presidential vote amid violence, corruption

Sep 26, 2019

Upcoming Afghan president polls fraught with worry and fear as Taliban step up attacks and Washington repeats warnings against corrupt practices, which deeply tainted presidential polls in 2014

Police secure stadium ahead of Hong Kong leader's town hall

Sep 26, 2019

Riot police are securing a stadium in Hong Kong for a town hall session by embattled city leader Carrie Lam aimed at cooling down months of protests for greater democracy in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory

Spokesman: China has made deals to buy US soybeans, pork

Sep 26, 2019

China says importers agree to buy American soybeans and pork ahead of October trade talks

AP Photos: Indian lockdown upends Kashmir children's lives

Sep 25, 2019

AP Photos: As the disputed Himalayan region of India-controlled Kashmir reels under an unprecedented lockdown, the children of the region remain the most affected

Pakistan battles dengue epidemic, with 20 deaths so far

Sep 24, 2019

Pakistani health officials are battling an outbreak of dengue fever in this Islamic nation, where authorities have confirmed over 10,000 dengue cases and 20 deaths in recent months

China central bank says no plans for big economic stimulus

Sep 24, 2019

China's central banker: Policy will be 'stable and healthy,' suggesting no plans to join US, Europe in rate cut

Hong Kong readies for more protests after night of clashes

Sep 22, 2019

Hong Kong braces for another day of protest after a night of violent clashes in which the police used tear gas and 40mm rubber rounds against protesters who threw gasoline bombs toward them and set fires in streets

Families struggle to meet Kashmiris lodged in Indian jail

Sep 20, 2019

Families from the Himalayan region of Kashmir have traveled nearly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) in sweltering heat to meet relatives being held in an Indian jail in the city of Agra

Governor: Suicide bomb in southern Afghanistan kills 20

Sep 19, 2019

An Afghan official says a powerful suicide truck bombing outside a hospital in the capital of southern Zabul province has killed 20 and injured 97 others

Bangladesh's leading cellphone companies in legal tussle

Sep 18, 2019

Bangladesh's two leading cellphone companies are negotiating with a regulator over claims of about $1.5 billion in unpaid taxes as they face a possible loss of their licenses amid a legal battle that could hurt investor confidence

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