Asian stocks suffered sharp losses on Wednesday, as investors become more anxious after US President Donald Trump said a trade deal with China might have to wait until after the 2020 election.
The Gadhimai festival, thought to be the largest mass-slaughter of animals on the planet, is underway in Nepal, despite fierce objections from animal rights groups.
There is fresh intelligence of a potential Iranian threat against US forces and interests in the Middle East, according to several US defense and administration officials.
Once fertile farmland, the Indian city of Gurgaon is struggling to keep up with its rapid growth. Home to companies like Google, Microsoft and OYO, the city is hoping Big Tech can play a leading role in cleaning up its toxic air.
Three separate attacks in busy markets marked one of the bloodiest days in northwestern Syria in months.
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How do you get a stock to increase 144,000% in less than two decades? For one South African bank, the answer is a relentless focus on customers others forgot.
Police in Italy say they raided the homes of 19 people who allegedly wanted to create an "openly pro-Nazi, xenophobic and anti-Semitic" party.
Two high-profile K-pop stars have been sentenced to prison for sexual assault, the latest development in a sex abuse scandal that has shocked South Korea and its music industry.
Alibaba's newly listed Hong Kong shares got off to a rough start Friday, but the stock is still on pace for double-digit gains this week.
CNN's Clarissa Ward reports from Tel Tamr, Syria, where medics are coming under attack as they try aid the victims wounded in Turkey's invasion in Northern Syria.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi has ordered an investigation into violence that has led to the deaths of at least 31 people this week in ongoing anti-government protests.
Life in India's crowded and chaotic cities can be tough. An app backed by Google is promising to help with everyday tasks by asking "what would you like to Dunzo today?"