Caught between a drought and live animal export bans, Queensland's cattle farmers are feeling the pinch.
Group of Delhi women enforces its own vigilante style of justice, even using physical intimidation against harassers.
Residents await election day with a curious mix of trepidation and excitement as security threat lingers.
More than 600,000 polling staff and 70,000 army and security forces personnel deployed ahead of Saturday's vote.
Leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party sustains injuries after suffering 14ft fall during campaigning blitz.
Imran Khan holds rally on the streets of Karachi, Pakistan's most dangerous city, in defiance of Taliban threat.
Everything is still up for grabs in fiercely-contested Pakistan elections
To really feel part of the country's political process a ceramah is where it is at.
No one knows how many people were buried when a building near Dhaka collapsed, killing hundreds of garment workers.
In the name of change and hope, a convivial, cross-ethnic group digs in to make a statement.
Foreign ministers from Heart of Asia group resolve to cooperate and 'implement' key projects once US and NATO withdraw.