A flight to Bali had to make an emergency landing after a woman found out her husband was having an affair.
Russia is on a courtship mission around the Pacific, and its troops are making their presence known near its short but tense North Korean border.
So why won’t the government stop them?
Father Uzhunnalil was kidnapped from a home for the aged and disabled in the Yemeni city of Aden.
Millions can open bank accounts and make cashless transactions and financial access for marginalized groups has improved. But concerns over surveillance and the security of people's information remain.
So-called "triple talaq" divorce is not mentioned in the Quran and is widely disapproved of by Islamic legal scholars.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said he doesn't know what happened to 39 Indians kidnapped by ISIS in Iraq, but he'll pay to find out.
China and India also denied reports that 158 Indian troops were killed during recent Chinese military action in the tense border dispute.
Authorities have canceled medical leave for hospital staff and bought new hospital beds to try to deal with the crisis.
Militant groups and separatists leaders denied responsibility for the attack, which has already led to right-wing protests in the restive region of Kashmir.
The U.S., India and Japan are conducting perhaps their most complex joint naval drills yet, and leading Asian powers Pakistan and China are getting closer.
The trip to a desalination plant in Haifa made waves on social media.
The Indian leader is in Israel for a three-day trip, the first time an Indian prime minister has visited the country.
Fans on both sides have been charged for supporting the wrong team in previous years.
The advice is part of booklet called Mother and Child Care, put together by a body promoting yoga and naturopathy.