Author: Julie Zaugg, CNN

ISIS preys on domestic workers in Hong Kong, Singapore

For six days a week, the three women worked as domestic workers in homes across Singapore. But in their spare time, they promoted ISIS online, donated money to militants overseas, and became so radicalized that at least one was ready to die as a suicide bomber in Syria, according to Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs.

Jho Low's superyacht is for sale again

A luxury superyacht which once belonged to the alleged mastermind of the 1MDB financial scandal is being sold again, just six months after it was bought by casino and hotel owner Genting Malaysia Berhad.

Why pregnant Chinese women are smuggling their blood

Custom officers stopped the middle-aged woman because of her strange, lumbering gait. They searched her and found vials of blood stashed in her bra, according to an official statement. Each one was labeled with a pregnant woman's name from China.

Iranian Instagram star 'arrested for blasphemy'

An Iranian Instagram star famous for her radical appearance and cosmetic surgery has been arrested for blasphemy by the Tehran Prosecutor's Office, according to the country's semi-official Tasnim News agency.

Is Turkmenistan on the brink of collapse?

Men in white fur caps proudly ride horses across the steppe, rows of modern machinery glisten, Barbie-pink flamingos strut before clear blue skies and a white yacht cuts through the turquoise waters of the Caspian Sea.