Gunmen in southeastern Iran near the Pakistan border killed nine foreign nationals Saturday, Iranian media reported, more than a week after the neighbours exchanged deadly cross-border fire
Taiwan’s defence ministry said it detected 23 Chinese air force planes operating around Taiwan and carrying out “joint combat readiness patrols” with Chinese warships yesterday, ahead of high-level China-US talks in Thailand.
India today marked its 75th Republic Day with traditional fervour and an impressive display of its military prowess, rich cultural heritage and "nari shakti" (women power) at a parade watched by President Droupadi Murmu, French President Emmanuel Macron as the chief guest and Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Pakistan said yesterday it had “credible evidence” linking Indian agents to the killings of two Pakistani citizens on Pakistani soil.
India’s government has not told its defence personnel to pull out from Maldives following a request from Male, Indian Navy Chief Admiral R. Hari Kumar told broadcaster CNN-News 18 yesterday.
China yesterday criticised the United States for causing “trouble and provocation” after the US Navy sailed its first warship through the sensitive Taiwan Strait since presidential and parliamentary elections on the island.
Fighters from a Myanmar ethnic minority armed group have seized control of a port town after more than two months of intense clashes with junta troops, they said.
Fighters from a Myanmar ethnic minority armed group have seized control of a port town after more than two months of intense clashes with junta troops, they said
Japan's "Moon Sniper" craft landed around 55 metres (180 feet) from its target, the country's space agency said Thursday as it released the first images from the Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM) mission