Malaysia releases the full transcript of communications between MH370 and local air traffic control before it dropped from civilian radar on March 8.
Extreme weather, rising seas and worsening scarcity of drinking water are forcing many Asian governments to confront the changes being wrought by a warming planet.
Photographs have surfaced on Chinese social media purportedly showing a brutal crackdown by security forces in the southern province of Guangdong.
Japan eases weapons export restrictions in the first major overhaul of arms transfer policy in decades, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to bolster defense.
A Thai court approved the extradition to India of a Thai man suspected of helping to sell nearly $2 million of arms to Naga rebels.
Beijing’s growing realization that China needs strong influence in Brussels was cemented by President Xi Jinping’s visit to the European Union’s institutions this week.
North Korea has objected to UN condemnation of its missile launches last week, and military drills in the south by US forces.
Whistle-blowing protesters are back on the streets of Bangkok after a lull, and want to force reforms after February’s election was annulled by a court.
The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships, but been bedeviled by regional rivalries.
As the electorate begins to have second thoughts about foreign investors’ growing role in the country, Indonesian politicians are tailoring rhetoric to match the mood.
Criticism from China over Malaysia’s handling of the search for a missing jetliner is threatening to cast a chill over one of Beijing’s closer relationships.
Grenades were thrown at the offices of Thailand’s anti-corruption agency, which has summoned the prime minister to answer charges of dereliction of duty next week.
Clearer weather on Friday means planes are able to hunt for clues in the ocean where it is believed flight MH370 may have crashed.
The Philippine government signs a peace accord with the country’s largest Muslim rebel group, the culmination of years of negotiations.
Even though the buying and selling of houses and apartments is illegal, it is becoming more widespread and sophisticated in the socialist hermit state.
The disappearance of the Boeing 777 without warning or explanation captivated imaginations in part because of the near vacuum of firm information or solid leads.
The leaders of South Korea, Japan and the United States met in the Netherlands on Tuesday to discuss the security threat from Pyongyang.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is hitting a speed bump in his drive to ease constitutional limits on Japan’s ability to fight abroad.
Thousands of sex workers ply their trade in a massive complex named “Dolly” in Muslim-majority Indonesia’s Surabaya in East Java.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says satellite data shows that MH370 was last heading toward “a remote location, far from any possible landing sites.”