Musharraf ruled from 1999 to 2008 when he lost power and went into self-imposed exile.
In public hospitals in China, the level of infection control is poor.
A local government official said that the area had been marked vulnerable since 2008, and evacuation drills had been conducted.
Presidential elections featuring dozens of candidates are set for Nov. 23.
The killed Arab was identified as Adil while the exact identity of others was not known.
A captive British journalist has been used by the Islamic State group to take on the role of a war correspondent.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Tuesday vowed to bring to justice the perpetrators of MH17.
North Korea says the accusations of human rights abuses are fabrications and "wild rumours" peddled by "hostile forces".
From rows stacked with diapers to ‘gentle’ food for the elderly, supermarkets in Japan reflect the reality of a country that’s greying rapidly.
With virus travelling to US and Europe, threat of an outbreak looks much more real to Asia than ever before.
Camp Bastion has been the center of U.K. operations in Afghanistan since 2006.
Asian health systems and workers have experience in countering infectious diseases including SARS.
Three journalists were roughed up in Hong Kong after being confronted by pro-government protesters.
She had pleaded self-defence but failed to sway judges at various stages of appeal and had been kept in prison since her arrest.
Iranian security forces arrested world-renowned human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and several others.
More than 70 police officers and firefighters joined the rescue.
Lebanon's army clashed with Sunni Islamist gunmen in the northern city of Tripoli on Friday, killing at least two.
The blunder was later corrected but it was too late as the invitation had been dispatched to several high-profile VIP guests.
"I wish everyone a peaceful and positive conclusion to this situation,'' he wrote.
"Joko" would be awkward, and "Mr. Widodo or president Widodo" would sound strange, said the Indonesian president.
The students passionately explained why they had taken to the streets for more than three weeks to fight for greater democracy.
A wide chasm separates the protesters and the government, which has labelled their actions illegal.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is taking advantage of the US-led coalition's war against the Islamic State group.
Islamic State group fighters seized at least one cache of weapons airdropped by US-led coalition forces.
There are fears that these talks will fail as both sides seem unwilling to compromise .
Police officials say a bomb at an out-door market in the southern district of Abu Dashir, a mostly Shiite neighborhood.
China is so reticent on the issue that it has done nothing to publicise the long-term decline in its use of the death penalty.
David Shear, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia-Pacific Security Affairs would lead the US side.
The city's Beijing-backed leader won't be attending Tuesday evening's discussions.
Political funding scandals are a chronic problem in Japan and key factor behind the revolving-door politics of recent decades.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's statement was the first time he has alleged foreign involvement in the unrest.
Widodo is the first Indonesian president not to come from the ranks of the country's established political, business and military elite.
Kerry led the U.S. delegation to the inauguration of new Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo.
The worst political crisis in Hong Kong since Britain handed the free-wheeling city back to China in 1997 entered its fourth week.
A doctor at the hospital, who treated the boy, said he lost his entire right arm, which had to be amputated.
China's pollution is notorious following years of rapid economic development.