Cambodia’s opposition leader rejected elections results, raising the specter that the country might return to a previous pattern of post-election violence and political gridlock.
Cambodia’s ruling party wins the general election but with a much-reduced majority, a result that will be seen as a setback for authoritarian leader Hun Sen.
The Philippines plans to relocate military camps to a former US naval base northwest of Manila to gain faster access to waters contested by China.
Sri Lanka’s military says it will eliminate 13 army camps in the former civil war zone and give the land back to the original owners.
The principal of a school where 23 children died last week after eating lunch prepared with contaminated oil is arrested.
Comments about the indictment of the disgraced politician are uniformly positive, a likely sign that China’s “fifty cent army” is at work again.
The competition for influence between Pyongyang and Seoul in Southeast Asia plays out in Laos, where Seoul announces plans to more than double development aid.
Nearly 190 survivors are brought to safety and nine bodies recovered after a boat full of asylum seekers sinks off Indonesia while heading to Australia.
China charges disgraced senior politician Bo Xilai with bribery, abuse of power and corruption, paving the way for a high-profile trial.
Rescuers with shovels and sniffer dogs chip away at collapsed hillsides as the death toll rises to 94 from a strong earthquake in northwest China.
One of Vietnam’s most prominent dissidents is on the 30th day of a hunger strike in protest against being held under solitary confinement.
The owner of a Nazi-themed cafe in central Indonesia says he has decided to permanently close down amid intense pressure from home and abroad.
Australia’s prime minister warns that all refugees who arrive in the country by boat will be resettled on the island nation of Papua New Guinea.
Cambodia’s national election body rejects a late bid by the country’s opposition leader to register as a candidate and vote in the upcoming general election.
Prosecutors charge two Malaysians with sedition and inciting religious enmity after they posted a photograph on Facebook considered an insult to the Muslim holy month.
Soon after they served the lunch they had prepared for dozens of children at an Indian school, the two cooks realized something was very wrong.
US President Barack Obama has stumbled on an unusual partner in his quest to combat climate change: China.
North Korea has a long history of aggressively buying, marketing and selling arms, especially in developing countries in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia.