Shell Crew, or Deep Panda, are one of several hacking groups that Western cybersecurity companies have accused of hacking into the United States’ and other countries’ networks
The hijacked oil tanker Orkim Harmony has been released by pirates, who fled in the ship’s rescue boat, according to Malaysian officials.
Thailand confirms its first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), becoming the fourth Asian country to register the deadly virus this year.
Chinese state media lash out at Hong Kong’s opposition pro-democracy lawmakers after the legislature in the financial hub vetoed a Beijing-backed electoral reform package.
Hong Kong’s legislature vetoes a China-vetted electoral reform package that has been criticized by opposition pro-democracy lawmakers and activists as undemocratic.
The Obama administration has always presented the imperiled Trans-Pacific Partnership as crucial to its “pivot” toward the increasingly prosperous Asian region.
The fight against modern day slavery in Asia’s fishing industry needs more funding and better data on supply chains to succeed, campaigners say.
Despite India’s economic boom, 46 percent of its children under five are underweight. What is not so widely known is that the majority are girls:
Thousands of villagers refuse to evacuate the slopes of one of Indonesia’s most volatile volcanoes despite warnings that it is poised for a powerful eruption.
Over a thousand people converge on Hong Kong’s Legislative Council before lawmakers debate a Beijing-backed electoral reform plan that could trigger fresh protests.
Narendra Modi’s efforts to seize on yoga as India’s signature cultural export have his Hindu nationalist allies swelling with pride, but leave minorities feeling marginalized.
India sends an envoy to Burma to calm tempers over a cross-raid against insurgents that it trumpeted as a warning to countries harboring anti-India militants.
A Malaysian tanker that went missing last week carrying fuel worth $5.6 million and 22 crew members is believed to have been hijacked by pirates.
Calls grew on Monday for an inquiry into reports that Australian officials paid people-smugglers bound for Australia thousands of dollars to turn their boat back to Indonesia
The under-23 football team’s surprise run to the Southeast Asia Games gold medal game has been a lift to the collective conscience of Burma’s people.
Thousands of South Korean schools that were shut by worries over Middle East Respiratory Syndrome reopen as the country seeks to return to normal.
Hong Kong readies to vote on an electoral reform package backed by Beijing, while a weekend poll shows public support has shifted against the proposal.
Zhou Yongkang provides the latest example of a twisted relationship between the leadership of the Communist Party of China, which nominally espouses atheism, and spirituality.
The Indian army’s brief foray this week into Burma to hunt militants has set alarm bells ringing in regional rival Pakistan.
The Pacific nation of Palau, fighting a rising tide of illegal fishing, sets fire to four Vietnamese boats caught poaching marine life in its waters.