A Czech hiker spent a month in the frozen New Zealand wilderness after she became lost when snow obscured trail markings.
After North Korea's latest missile launch on Tuesday, Asian leaders have a fleeting moment of seeing eye-to-eye on a growing security concern in their region.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatened Sunday to withdraw his country from the United Nations after the international body urged an end to extrajudicial killings of suspected drug traffickers.
Thae Young Ho is a familiar face among correspondents seeking to travel to North Korea, and among far-left circles in London. His defection to South Korea is one among many North Korean officials this year.
As Japan marks the 71st anniversary of the end of World War II, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe avoided visiting a controversial shrine that honors Japanese war dead, including war criminals.
Three leaders of a rally that sparked huge prodemocracy street protests in 2014 in Hong Kong have been sentenced to community service on Monday.
In the wake of an international court's ruling rejecting China's claims to disputed territory in the South China Sea, China said the combat exercises were an effort to protect its 'maritime interests.'
The International Olympic Committee approved baseball/softball, karate, skateboarding, sport climbing, and surfing for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.