With little more than a day to reach an agreement, Iran is reportedly considering an extension of a nuclear talks deadline. Negotiations have faltered amid "serious gaps" between Western diplomats and Tehran.
A magnitude-6.2 earthquake has hit Japan's Nagano Prefecture, according to the US Geological Survey. No tsunami warning has been issued, and there has been no report of deaths so far.
A UN rights committee called on Myanmar to grant citizenship to Rohingya Muslims. A resolution ramps up pressure on the Southeast Asian country to scrap a controversial identity plan for the minority group.
A new representative poll finds that more Afghans than at any time since 2004 feel their country is moving in the wrong direction, with insecurity, corruption, unemployment and a bad economy topping the list of concerns.
A new AI report claims Indonesia is making use of 'oppressive' blasphemy laws to jail people for their beliefs. Analyst Robin Bush talks to DW about why the country is witnessing a rise in religious intolerance.