Scotland's first minister said on Tuesday that the devolved Scottish Parliament would not consent to legislation necessary to keep Britain's Brexit plans on track, presenting another thorny issue for the government to surmount.
Pakistan’s ruling party on Tuesday chose Shahbaz Sharif as its president, officials said, replacing his brother and veteran leader Nawaz Sharif following his latest disqualification by the Supreme Court.
The Philippines' top diplomat warned the United Nations on Tuesday not to 'weaponize' human rights and urged it to send an impartial investigator to probe President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly anti-drug war.
Britain must leave the EU customs union to strike new trade deals after Brexit, the country's trade minister said Tuesday, widening a major fissure within British politics over future trade relations with the bloc.
South Korean prosecutors on Tuesday sought a 30-year jail term for former president Park Geun-hye who was ousted last year amid an influence-peddling scandal as supporters braved the winter cold outside the Seoul court demanding her immediate release.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi dubbed US claims over the alleged supply of missiles to Yemen to be "biased" amid the recent UK-drafted resolution, vetoed by Russia in the UN Security Council.