Dengue vaccine controversy sparks panic in Philippines
Health experts fear that a drop in immunization rates amid an ongoing dengue vaccine controversy could jeopardize other government vaccination programs and trigger epidemics in the Philippines. Ana P. Santos reports.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Canadas Justin Trudeau amid talks of snub
Modi met the Canadian premier nearly a week after he arrived on his first state visit. Trudeau's trip to India has seen him make multiple costume changes and show off dance moves but has not gone exactly to plan.
Myanmar bulldozed scores of Rohingya villages says human rights group
Human Rights Watch says the Myanmar authorities' actions were aimed at covering up evidence of atrocities against Rohingya Muslims. HRW calls on the government to allow UN fact-finding team in to Rakhine state.
New genetic research has revealed that the world's wild horses went extinct hundreds if not thousands of years ago. Scientists found that an assumed wild breed, native to Mongolia, were actually domesticated horses.
Australia Barnaby Joyce steps down as deputy prime minister
An affair with a younger staffer and a sexual misconduct complaint sparked calls for Joyce's resignation. The conservative lawmaker will remain in the Australian Parliament after he formally resigns on Monday.