Ayu vomits every year while harvesting tobacco on her family's farm near Garut in West Java. She is one of hundreds of children believed to be poisoned by their work.
An editorial saying Taiwan's new president has "extreme" views because she is unmarried and childless sparks backlash.
Protesters threw rocks at police horses, burnt flags and Trump merchandise in the latest disturbance to the Republican candidate's campaign..
Myanmar poet Maung Saungkha insists he does not have a portrait of his country's former president Thein Sein tattooed on his penis.
A prosecutor has told jurors Michael Jace thought his wife wanted a divorce so he shot her in the back and legs in front of their two young sons.
Greek police on Tuesday started moving some of the 8000 migrants and refugees stranded in a makeshift camp on the sealed northern border with Macedonia.
When people disappear in the Russian republic of Chechnya - rights activists, journalists and government critics - there is usually no public discussion.
The former president of the Maldives has been granted refugee status in Britain, his office said, months after he entered the country on medical leave from his 13-year prison sentence on terrorism charges.
It was almost midnight in Thailand, and Paul Salo said he had not slept in days - too busy telling reporters about a contentious and costly new venture to reconstruct the 9/11 terrorist attacks and put people's questions to rest.
Austria's centrist government, shaken by a near-victory by the far right in presidential elections, has said it will take action on immigration and boost security in an effort to win back voters.
As the lionesses lick rain water from the transparent side of an open tent, a camper films from within.
Helen Clark is embroiled in controversy over her bid for the United Nations' top job after an international publication claimed her candidacy had sparked an "internal uproar".
Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a white man accused of killing nine black parishioners at a historic church in Charleston, South Carolina, last June, the US Justice Department said.
After a year of driving global temperatures to unprecedented warmth, the giant El Nino weather event in the Pacific is officially over, raising hopes that drought-hit regions may be in for some relief in Australia and elsewhere.
US President Barack Obama has tucked into some local Vietnamese fare in Hanoi with celebrity TV food show host Anthony Bourdain.
A painting that depicts US presidential candidate Donald Trump kissing former London mayor Boris Johnson on the lips has appeared on an abandoned building in Bristol, Britain.
Democrat Hillary Clinton, seeking to dampen Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's growing appeal with working-class voters, has accused him of having cheered on the 2008 housing market crash.
"The logical explanation is that it was an explosion", an official said.
A judge found there was enough evidence for the entertainer to be criminally tried on charges that he attacked a woman in 2004 after giving her drugs.
French police and prosecutors swooped on Google's Paris offices, intensifying a tax-fraud probe amid accusations the Internet giant fails to pay its fair share across the European Union.
The body of a Melbourne woman who died climbing Mount Everest has reportedly been brought down from the mountain to be transferred to Kathmandu within days.
Police have warned spa owners in Bali to be on the lookout for paedophiles and sexual predators after a massage therapist allegedly sexually assaulted a 12-year-old boy from Perth.
It's an excruciating way to die. First comes nausea, vomiting, dizziness and headaches (often mistaken for normal drunkenness), followed by loss of vision, brain damage and organ failure.