The International Court of Justice has started proceedings on the case of a former Indian navy commander sentenced to death in Pakistan over charges of being a spy.
At least 19 people were injured and the police have launched an investigation to track down the driver who fled the scene.
Higher-level negotiations will take place on Thursday and Friday after efforts in Beijing last week came to a head without any deal or resolution to a fight over Beijing's technology ambitions ahead of a deadline for a massive US tariff hike.
Four Indian soldiers, three rebels, and a civilian killed in Pulwama district of India-administered Kashmir, days after a suspected Kashmiri suicide bomber killed at least 44 Indian soldiers.
Former president Abdulla Yameen is accused of receiving $1 million of government money through a private company that is now being implicated in a corrupt deal to lease tropical islands for hotel development.
Saudi Arabia also signed investment agreements with Islamabad worth $20 billion on Sunday as crown prince Mohammed bin Salman began his Asia tour with a two-day trip to Pakistan.
The attack targeted a security post in Panjgur district. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is in Pakistan, has announced petrochemical investments in the province.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a "sophisticated" foreign government hacked the country's main political parties and parliament, just weeks before a closely fought election, without naming any suspect.
Islamabad questions New Delhi's "intelligence lapses", says India accepted unverified social media content as "gold standard" to accuse Pakistan of role in last week's suicide attack in disputed Kashmir that killed 44 Indian soldiers.
Thousands of people of the Long Horn Miao ethnic group in southern China are gathering for an annual flower festival, part of Lunar New Year celebrations.
"At least 470 shanties were destroyed by the fire. So far nine people have died. They included four members of a family," fire brigade official says.
Local media reports that Kashmiris were assaulted by members of Hindu right-wing groups in Uttarakhand state as members of India's minority community members face backlash over last week's deadly attack in India-administered Kashmir.
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