Critics on Capitol Hill, human rights community outraged at Trump invitation to Philippine leader
Meanwhile, US military confirms suicide car bombing targeting convoy in same province
US president, after weeks of assailing Pyongyang's nuclear weapons ambitions, declares that 'under the right circumstances' he would talk with Kim Jong Un
Protesters in the United States and around the world have marked International Workers Day, May Day, with rallies and demonstrations that, from France to Turkey, turned violent Monday. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.
Indian army vows retribution, while Pakistani army dismisses accusations
Lt. General Naveed Mukhtar likely to discuss fate of lists of militants wanted on both sides and to address mutual concerns, explained Ayaz Sadiq, speaker of lower house of parliament
Pyongyang warns it will 'speed up' its nuclear deterrence 'at the maximum pace'
Assessment by US government agency follows April 19 Taliban attack on Mazar-i-Sharif military base that killed more than 140 Afghan soldiers
Asia Pacific economies seen contributing greater share of global economy
Beating deaths of two men latest in series of similar attacks across country
Inconsistent positions on adversary, ally could add fuel to building resentment in South Korea
No dates were mentioned for the visit
Modi says trade between the two countries has more than doubled since Erdogan last visited India in 2008
Taiwanese leaders indicate decision is make-or-break moment
A possible missile strike and what to do about it have dominated TV talk shows and other media in Japan in recent weeks
Sushila Karki accused of interfering with executive powers and issuing biased decisions