Thailand's main opposition party announced on Sunday that all of its lawmakers would resign en masse, deepening the kingdom's political crisis as anti-government protesters prepare for another major rally.
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A month after one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded hit the Philippines, masses of survivors are living amid rubble in rebuilt shanty homes and experts say reconstructing destroyed communities will take years.
South Africans crowded into churches, mosques, temples and synagogues on Sunday to remember Nelson Mandela, encouraged by their president to celebrate a life that transcended race and religion.
Thailand's embattled premier said Sunday she was willing to call an election to end the political crisis gripping the country -- but only if protesters seeking her overthrow accept the result.
India's ruling Congress party suffered an electoral humiliation Sunday at the hands of the main opposition and an anti-corruption movement, in the last major test before next year's national polls.
A South Korean paraglider plunged to his death at a Nepalese tourist resort after his emergency parachute failed to open, local officials said on Sunday.
Philippine policemen taking part in relief operations after Super Typhoon Haiyan have been banned from posting "selfies" taken in the disaster zone, a police official said on Sunday.
Cuban dynamo Guillermo Rigondeaux retained his World Boxing Association super bantamweight title with a unanimous decision over Joseph Agbeko.
Shawn Porter dethroned International Boxing Federation champ Devon Alexander late Saturday, winning the world welterweight title with a 12-round unanimous decision.
Law and Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has met up with newly appointed LionsXII head coach Fandi Ahmad to discuss how they can work together to help underprivileged children in Yishun through soccer.