Pakistan's Interior Minister, Ahsan Iqbal, was shot and wounded in his shoulder while attending a provincial assembly meeting in Narowal, Punjab province, according to Imran Kishwar, Narowal district police.
As we drive down the eerily deserted Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, the murky waters of the Pearl River Delta stretch as far as the eye can see. There is no land in sight.
Pictures of Britain's newest royal, Prince Louis, and his big sister, Princess Charlotte, have been shared by Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
Americans love fairy tales and soap operas. Maybe that helps explain their obsession with the British royal wedding. But I'm not buying it.
A Trump administration nominee to lead the United Nations migration agency faced an onslaught of questions from reporters Friday about his anti-Muslim tweets and the sharing of others.
First, they embraced. Then South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong Un, last month planted a tree and talked alone before committing their countries to denuclearization and further talks to bring a formal end to their conflict.
Ping Kuen Shum woke up, feeling like the luckiest man in the world. Not only was he celebrating his birthday, he was also celebrating his last day as a working man. But the day was about to get a whole lot better.
Researchers looking for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 found the wreckage of two 19th-century ships on the ocean floor about 1,400 miles (2,300 km) off the coast of Western Australia.
Though there was no victory to cheer, there was still plenty to celebrate as a unified Korean table tennis team made history and provided another symbolic moment in the continued rapprochement between two countries still technically at war.
A rising diplomatic tide really does lift all boats.
President Donald Trump has requested options for reducing the number of US troops in South Korea, the New York Times reported late Thursday, citing several people briefed on the matter.
The White House warned Beijing on Thursday that there will be consequences for its growing militarization in the South China Sea, following reports of missiles being deployed to three of the country's outposts in the disputed region.
Migrants at the border. A controversial comedy routine in DC. The Boy Scouts' big change. What do you remember from the week that was?
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