Hong Kong Activists Unsure of Future Role in Taiwan

TAIPEI —  A government error in Taiwan that saw a set of political restrictions on Hong Kongers and Macanese residents briefly published online has once again raised the question about how welcome they are, despite promises of support from President Tsai Ing-wen.

Djokovic wins Grand Slam in Australia

He’s back on top of the world after winning a record-equalling 22nd grand slam men’s singles crown but Novak Djokovic humbly says he’s not the tennis GOAT yet.

Two India air force jets crash, pilot dies

Two Indian air force fighter jets have crashed near the town of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, killing one of the pilots.

Russia accuses Ukraine of strike on hospital

Russia accused the Ukrainian military of deliberately striking a hospital in a Russian-held area of eastern Ukraine on Saturday in what it said was a war crime that killed 14 people and wounded 24 patients and medical staff.

Iran Boosts Cheap Oil Sale to China Despite Sanctions

Facing crippling economic sanctions, inflation and widespread social unrest, the Iranian government has boosted oil sales to China at a highly discounted price.

Odds 'very high' of U.S. military conflict with China, top Republican says

A top Republican in the U.S. Congress on Sunday said the odds of conflict with China over Taiwan “are very high,” after a U.S. general caused consternation with a memo that warned that the United States would fight China in the next two years.

Late Poet Credited with Rescue of Kashmiri Language 

SRINIGAR, INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR —  The literary world of Indian-administered Kashmir is mourning the death of a beloved poet and champion of the Kashmiri language, which he is largely credited with rescuing from obscurity.