The line began forming early on Tuesday, with thousands of Japanese people waiting to offer flowers and prayers for slain former premier Shinzo Abe, even as others marched nearby in protest.
Swedish defence products company Saab will set up a facility to manufacture its Carl-Gustaf M4 weapons system in India, a top executive said on Tuesday, as the company looks to ramp up production. The facility will begin production in 2024, Senior Vice President Gorgen Johansson told reporters at a news conference. Johansson declined to provide detail on the investment that the company is likely to make in the facility.
Nepali police have sought help from Interpol to locate the country's fugitive suspended national cricket captain, they said Tuesday.
The funeral is slated to start at 2pm on Tuesday at the Nippon Budokan in central Tokyo
The Indian rupee sank to a new record low on Monday, following the pound's tumble and fears over more aggressive monetary tightening, with traders saying the Reserve Bank of India likely sold dollars to contain the decline. The rupee hit a record low of 81.5525 per dollar, down from 80.99 in the previous session.
NASA's DART spaceship on Monday struck the asteroid Dimorphos in a historic test of humanity's ability to prevent a cosmic object from devastating life on Earth.
The assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe has renewed scrutiny of the Unification Church in Japan, with accusations being made that the sect cultivates political connections and pressures members to donate.
Rescue workers recovered 26 more bodies on Monday after a boat carrying religious pilgrims capsized in Bangladesh, taking the death toll to 51 with at least a dozen people still missing, police said.
Former Tottenham star Teddy Sheringham believes that, while Antonio Conte is the perfect manager for Spurs, they are still some ways off challenging for the EPL title.
Five of them received jail terms of 10 to 26 days, while three were given 12 to 24 months' probation for the offences related to e-vaporisers and their components.
A fundamentally flawed study claiming that scientific evidence of a climate crisis is lacking should be withdrawn from the peer-reviewed journal in which it was published, top climate scientists have told AFP.
Canada will suspend Covid-19 border restrictions in October, the country's public health agency said Monday.
The technician stopped his offences after he was caught in the act by his wife.
Pfizer and BioNTech have asked United States health officials to authorize their Omicron-targeting Covid booster vaccine for children aged 5 to 11, the companies said Monday.
Governments around the world must scale up climate action "or face further legal action", an open letter from campaign groups warned Tuesday, as battles over policies to cut emissions and protect the environment are increasingly fought in the courts.
China and Russia face possible action by the UN's top rights body following historic draft resolutions against the two powerful permanent members of the Security Council.
A vintage pump in the Vietnamese hills; a Madrid petrol station topped with a giant sombrero; a multi-coloured futuristic fuel outlet in Dubai -– whatever its form the humble filling stop, emblem of our modern societies, would appear to be running out of road.
The careers of Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire are at the crossroads, and both have to decide which way to go under the pressure of keeping their World Cup spots, says Neil Humphreys.
Giant Paimon's Global Endless Journey will kick off with the Paimon inflatable drifting through the River Thames from 2 to 4 October. Here's when she'll be in Singapore.
A rampant United States set a new all-time women's basketball World Cup scoring record Monday with a 145-69 demolition of South Korea, while Belgium, France and China all booked their place in the quarter-finals.