Cambodia suspends international military cooperation programs with the United States and others following a recent, disputed election.
For a growing number of affluent Chinese, a craze for all things South Korean means flying to Seoul for the weekend to take wedding pictures.
A powerful typhoon strikes the northern Philippines, toppling power lines and dumping heavy rains across mountains, cities and food-growing plains.
Police declare a curfew in Colombo to prevent religious clashes after a Buddhist mob threw rocks and vandalized a mosque, injuring at least seven worshippers.
The six people killed by hot lava from an erupting volcano in eastern Indonesia had refused to leave the area for safer ground.
Speed is relative in a legal system so overburdened that even a normal criminal trial can stretch well over a decade.
Millions of Muslims celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadan with prayers followed by savory feasts, amid concerns over violence.
Lawmakers give initial approval to a controversial bill to grant amnesty to people charged with political offenses during turmoil that began with a 2006 coup.
India’s villages are plagued by underdevelopment and its cities are increasingly chaotic as millions of rural migrants seek out a better life.
Sri Lanka’s Roman Catholic church accuses the military of shooting unarmed protesters and desecrating a church.
Thai lawmakers begin debating a contentious bill to give amnesty for political offenders, which threatens to revive the social unrest that plagued Thailand for years.
Taiwan’s last remaining diplomatic allies are developing increasingly tight economic ties with China, a trend that could ultimately increase Taiwan’s diplomatic isolation.
Cambodia’s opposition party will call for a street protest if demands for an impartial investigation of irregularities in recent general election are not met.
Six people killed at a Buddhist temple during a 2010 crackdown on anti-government protesters in Bangkok were slain by Thai soldiers’ bullets, an inquest finds.
Politicians call for calm and police say they have identified suspects after a low-intensity bomb exploded outside a Buddhist temple in Jakarta, injuring three people.
Standing outside India’s parliament, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appealed to opposition parties to allow the legislature to function without disruption so that it could pass key bills.
Japan marks the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima with a ceremony to honor the dead and pledges to seek to eliminate nuclear weapons.
Police and government officials condemn an attack on a Buddhist temple in Jakarta after a small bomb detonated as devotees inside prayed, injuring one person.
The tiny country of Nauru on Saturday became the second Pacific island nation to agree to settle refugees who attempt to reach Australia by boat, in a deal aimed at deterring asylum seekers that was quickly attacked by critics.
Bangkok braces for possible unrest, with protests expected over moves in parliament that could eventually lead to a pardon for ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.