War And Unrest

Indonesia sending soldiers to build highway in tense Papua

Mar 8, 2019

Indonesia's military is deploying 600 soldiers to continue work on the trans Papua highway after civilian workers fled the project that's been attacked by Papuan independence fighters

Afghan officials: Death toll climbs to 11 in mortar attack

Mar 8, 2019

Afghan official says death toll in mortar attack in Afghanistan's capital Kabul has risen to 11, while the number of wounded has reached almost 100

Mahathir meets Philippine Muslim rebel chief-turned-governor

Mar 8, 2019

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has met a Filipino Muslim rebel leader who has become a regional governor under a Malaysian-brokered peace deal

At least 4 dead in clash between Papuans, Indonesia military

Mar 8, 2019

Three Indonesian soldiers and at least one Papuan independence fighter were killed in a gunbattle, adding to more than two dozen deaths in the conflict since November

House broadly condemns hate after anti-Semitism dispute

Mar 8, 2019

House votes to condemn anti-Semitism, anti-Muslim bias

US general: Troops cuts don't impact Somalia, Libya missions

Mar 7, 2019

The top U.S. commander for Africa says planned troop cuts on the African continent will have no impact on counterterror operations in Libya and Somalia, where American airstrikes target insurgents

General says Islamic State a 'serious generational problem'

Mar 7, 2019

The top U.S. commander for the Mideast says that although Islamic State militants are losing the last of their territory in Syria, the militants who remain are unbroken and radicalized, and represent a "serious generational problem."

Thai court disbands political party for nominating princess

Mar 7, 2019

A court in Thailand has ordered the dissolution of a major political party ahead of this month's general election because it nominated a member of the royal family to be its candidate for prime minister

Mahathir: China should define claims in South China Sea

Mar 7, 2019

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says China should define its "so-called ownership" in the disputed South China Sea so other claimant countries can start to gain benefits from the resource-rich waters

Blasts in Kabul hit near ceremony attended by top officials

Mar 7, 2019

Afghan officials: Blasts hit outside Kabul ceremony attended by country's chief executive, ex-president; they unharmed

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