“Act of Killing,” about a bloody 1960s massacre in Indonesia, could win the Academy Award for best documentary this weekend.
A Chinese official condemns the stabbing of a newspaper editor in Hong Kong amid rising public anger over China’s perceived interference in the financial hub.
South Korea says rival North Korea fired four short-range Scud missiles into the sea in an apparent attempt to protest against U.S.-South Korean military exercises.
Rithy Panh’s “The Missing Picture,” a personal account of life under the Khmer Rouge, could win Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars this weekend.
A prominent ethnic Uighur is unlikely to receive a fair trial and faces the death penalty on charges of separatism in Xinjiang, his lawyer says.
Malaysia quietly steps up cooperation with the Philippines and Vietnam, the two Southeast Asian nations most outspoken over China’s moves in the South China Sea.
After almost four months of round-the-clock anti-government protests, institutions that provided a buffer in past conflicts have not stepped in, making Thailand look increasingly ungovernable.
A former chief editor of a major Hong Kong newspaper known for its critical reporting was stabbed and seriously wounded on Wednesday.
David Shear, set to become the top American defense official for Asia, tells Congress that reforms “will likely falter” without the military’s support.
Negotiators end talks on a comprehensive trans-Pacific trade pact without a final agreement, but say they are pleased with progress they made in Singapore.
Thailand recorded the biggest drop in trade figures in over four years last month, as anti-government protests extended their economic toll beyond falling tourism numbers.
Much of northern China is suffering a pollution crisis, with the World Health Organization pointing to the risk of cancer from smog.
Pressure mounts on China and Southeast Asia to agree a code of conduct to keep the peace in the disputed South China Sea.
A Chinese coastguard ship used a water cannon last month to drive Filipino fishermen out of disputed South China Sea waters, the Philippines says.
Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has called for dialogue to resolve the political crisis that has paralyzed the country and has begun hurting Thailand’s tourism industry.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the target of anti-government protesters who have blocked parts of Bangkok for weeks, has left the city and is staying 150 km (90 miles) away, her office said on Monday, without specifying the location.
Thousands rally outside Hong Kong’s government headquarters demanding the city’s leader uphold media freedoms amid growing anger towards perceived behind-the-scenes intrusions on local media outlets.
Germany is uncomfortable with China’s attempts to highlight German atonement for its past amid a row over the Japanese prime minister’s visit to a war shrine.
Leading Thai-American businessman says embassies are off-base with travel advisories on Thailand’s political crisis.
Angry farmers driving hundreds of tractors called off a threatened protest at Thailand’s main airport Friday after striking a last-minute deal with Prime Minister Yingluck.