A growing number of Rohingya live and work clandestinely in Thailand, unable to register as migrant workers because they are not recognized Burmese nationals.
Millions of Indians watch the elaborate swearing-in ceremony of their new prime minister, who has promised to kick-start the country’s economy.
Thailand’s military rulers will settle down to work at their Bangkok headquarters on Tuesday, firmly in charge after royal endorsement but facing small protests.
Chief of Staff of Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki arrived in the capital of Naypyidaw on Monday to meet his counterpart
A Chinese fishing vessel rammed and sank a Vietnamese fishing boat in the disputed South China Sea, according to Vietnamese state media reports.
Protestors against the Thai military’s staging of a coup d’état take to the streets of Bangkok, denouncing the seizure of power.
General Prayuth Chan-ocha says he been formally endorsed by the king as head of government and warns he would use force if political protests resume.
Japan and China on Sunday accused each other’s air forces of dangerous behavior over the East China Sea.
Thailand’s military tightens its grip on power amid growing protests, saying anyone violating its orders would be tried in military court.
Authorities say they will “hunt down and punish terrorists” but promises leniency for those who turn themselves in and inform on others.
An attack in which cars plowed through a crowd and attackers threw bombs claims 31 lives, the bloodiest single incident in Xinjiang’s recent history.
The Asian Development Bank warns of a largely unnoticed crisis in Southeast Asia: private investment in infrastructure has not recovered since the 1997 financial crisis
Thai army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha summons ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to a meeting, a day after he seized power in a bloodless coup.
The 88-year-old former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says either the CIA or Boeing made the Malaysian Airlines flight disappear.
Thailand’s army chief announces that the military has seized power in a coup to restore stability and order after months of political deadlock and turmoil.
Reports say people have been killed and injured in China’s northwest after attackers crashed a car and threw bombs near a market.
Thailand’s army chief assumed the role of mediator by summoning the country’s key political rivals for face-to-face talks one day after imposing martial law.
China’s planting of an oil platform in contested waters off Vietnam drew an outcry, but nothing to dislodge the rig and no broader regional pushback.
The collapsed building in Pyonyang probably housed officials, professionals, academics and managers, and caused anger among an important section of North Korea’s regime.
Thailand’s caretaker government has proposed that elections are held on August 3, but anti-government demonstrators insist that reforms are made first.