The deportations are 'likely' to happen in two 'batches,' and the first group will be removed before holidays.
The main stadium lacks a roof, leaving an estimated 35,000 spectators, including world leaders, exposed to extreme cold
Afghan government's focus on protecting urban areas has given extremist groups room to roam freely in rest of the country, according to Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry
US President Trump’s announcement sparks protests in a number of countries, with clashes breaking out in Palestinian territories
Cambodian official, in Facebook post, accuses Washington of trying to destroy relations.
Statement comes in response to joint US-South Korea aerial exercises; ‘We do not wish for a war, but shall not hide from it,’ Pyongyang says
President and foreign minister both condemn the U.S. decision to move its embassy
Editorials warn decision could impact US relations with allies in the region, hit the US economy and provoke more attacks at home
A Thai historian faces Thailand’s lese majeste law for suggesting a 500-year-old duel on elephant-back may never have happened
Gay marriage was endorsed by 62 percent of Australian voters who responded to the government-commissioned postal ballot
Thursday's vote caps a troubled decade of political upheaval after overthrow, abolishment of monarchy
The envoy discussed U.N. assistance and operations in North Korea along with 'other matters of mutual concern' during a meeting with the vice foreign minister