A seamstress who survived 17 days before being rescued from a collapsed garment factory was panicked but in generally good condition, according to her doctors.
Taiwan tells the Philippines to apologize to the family of a Taiwanese fisherman who died in a shooting in the South China Sea.
The unexpected spike in asylum seekers draws fresh scrutiny of Hanoi’s deteriorating human rights record.
The death toll from a garment factory building that collapsed more than two weeks ago outside the Bangladeshi capital soars past 1,000.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ends his tour of four Asean countries by reaffirming his country’s recalcitrant position on the South China Sea, sowing mistrust.
A global cybercrime ring steals US$45 million from two banks by hacking into credit card processing firms and withdrawing money from ATMs in 27 countries.
The foreign ministers of China and India gloss over a recent border standoff in an apparent sign that the incident will not harm future relations.
Opposition calls for an investigation into alleged voting irregularities and ethnic divisions shear the Southeast Asian nation’s political fabric.
Eight people are killed in a factory fire in Bangladesh, as the death toll from the collapse of another factory building there climbs to 892.
At least 50,000 Malaysian opposition supporters rally to protest what they say are fraud-marred election results that enabled the long-ruling coalition to cling to power.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye calls on Pyongyang to end the cycle of tension and short-lived stability on the Korean peninsula.
The death toll from a collapsed building housing five garment factories rises to 761 as authorities start disbursing salary and other benefits to the survivors.
China accuses the Washington of sowing discord between China and its neighbors after the Pentagon says Beijing is using espionage to fuel its military modernization.
China is using espionage to acquire technologies to fuel its fast-paced military modernization program, a Pentagon report says.
Malaysia’s prime minister may step down by the end of the year after his coalition extends its 56-year rule but records its worst-ever election performance.
India’s foreign minister will visit China this week as the two Asian giants confirm they have ended a three-week standoff on their disputed Himalayan border.
During his years campaigning for the rights of Burmese migrant workers in Thailand, Andy Hall cut a figure as an activist on overdrive.
A concert promoter cites safety concerns as the cause for the American rockers canceling their show in the Indonesian capital.
After China considered a drone attack in Burma to capture drug lord Naw Kham, a spotlight is cast on the country’s unmanned aerial vehicle program.
More than 600 bodies have been recovered from the garment-factory building that collapsed over a week ago, in one of the worst industrial accidents ever.