Around five explosions were heard in the port, which serves as a critical hub for bringing most of the war-torn country's supplies.
The 16-year-old victim was suffering from a heart condition that made him susceptible to suffering cardiac arrest that may have been triggered by a sudden fright.
A local court in the Myanmarese capital in Naypyidaw sentenced noted Pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in jail on Monday.
The Boris Johnson Administration has decided to return a stolen 8th-century goat-headed deity to India.
A 'flash mob' anti-coup protest in Yangon on Sunday morning saw 5 people dead after a security forces car rammed into the protestors.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has made it clear that the World Body wants no nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
A couple of days after media magnate of Hong Kong Jimmy Lai announced that he would shut the Taiwanese unit of his flagship 'Apple Daily' later this month, he and his newsroom staff have won the Golden Pen of Freedom Award for defending Press Freedom.
Hackers have used a spyware manufactured NSO Group to steal data from Apple Inc iPhones of at least nine US State Department officials.
In a horrifying incident, a mob attacked a Sri Lanka manager, killed and burned his body over allegations of blasphemy.
China and North Korea have made the security environment in the Indo-Pacific a more complex one..
Russian President Vladimir Putin has created a new buzz, saying that arch-rival US is well ahead of 'friend' China, as far as Hypersonic Missile Race is concerned.
Although Japan and the US share cordial ties, Tokyo has asked the US Forces to ground F-16 fighter jets in the Asia-Pacific country.
The threats are really growing and expanding every single day, a top US General says.
The US State Department has removed the FARC rebel group of Colombia from its list of international terrorist organizations.
The US has made it clear to China that it would safeguard the interests of 'friend' Australia in the Indo-Pacific Region.