Survivors without food, water and medicine after super typhoon Haiyan leaves massive destruction.
The world’s strongest typhoon this year and possibly the most powerful ever to hit land batters the central Philippines, forcing millions to seek safer ground.
Multinational corporations flout Chinese regulations by pushing baby formula to doctors and mothers, an investigation finds.
Waning appeal in parts of Asia, once the fastest growing market for the social network, shows the challenge Twitter faces in keeping overseas users engaged.
Thailand’s senate will on Friday begin deliberations on an amnesty bill that has sparked mass protests, beginning its reading of the bill earlier than planned.
Japan should change the interpretation of its constitution to strengthen its currently restricted military, a key security adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says.
The latest arrest in a prostitution and bribery scandal involving Southeast Asian ports piles pressure on the world’s largest navy.
China’s president runs into opposition in a personal battle to end the country’s use of labor camps for arbitrary detention.
Speaker says he plans to send bill back to Thailand’s Lower House after prime minister says she will leave decision to Parliament.
With plans for a multibillion dollar construction corridor encompassing Bangladesh, China, India and Burma, will all trade roads in Asia lead to Beijing or Delhi?
A bloody rampage four years ago shook the newly-elected government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
China takes a swipe at foreign media for suggesting there may have been social or ethnic motivations behind an attack at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
Demonstrators are opposed to a move that could see self-exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra return to Thailand.
India’s space program could become only the fourth to reach Earth’s closest planetary neighbor.
Karen brothers Johnny and Luther Htoo have led very different lives since they stopped fighting the Burma Army.
In North Korea, black market rates are being used more frequently and openly for determining the value of the country’s currency.
An umbrella organization calls for an urgent moratorium on plans by the Laotian government to build a new hydroelectric dam on the Mekong River.
American officials say cooperation with China is increasing, a year after Xi Jinping took control of the Communist Party.
Asian governments demand an explanation following reports that American and Australian embassies in the region are hubs for Washington’s secret electronic data collection program.
China’s domestic security chief believes a fatal vehicle crash in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in which five died was planned by a Uighur separatist group.