Prosecutors in Taiwan have indicted a spokesman for a pro-China party and 3 other members on charges of violating the National Security Act on June 13.
Macedonia struck a deal with Greece to change its name to the Republic of Northern Macedonia. Many are still unhappy and protests were held in both countries on June 13.
A far-right German politician had his clothes stolen while swimming in a lake just outside of Berlin, with the thief reportedly shouting: “this is no swimming area for Nazis.”
3 Hong Kong activists, including political rising star Edward Leung, were sentenced to prison on Monday June 11 for rioting against the police.
South Korea’s ruling Democratic party won a landslide victory at the local elections on Wednesday June 13th giving a huge boost to President Moon Jae-in’s administration.
Last month, the country’s armed forces tested the UAV and subsequently uploaded a video of the demonstration on YouTube.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad told Nikkei Asian Review June 11 that its embassy in Pyongyang, North Korea will reopen.
India refused to endorse China’s ambitious One Belt One Road project on June 10 due to regional dispute.
Japan is mourning for a heroic man who died trying to save other people in the Shinkansen bullet train knife attack on June 9.
US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for the first time at Singapore’s Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island at 9 a.m. local time June 12.