Malaysia’s navy chief has denied a report that three Chinese navy ships patrolled an area claimed by the Southeast Asian country.
As Thailand mores into elections, the country’s first female prime minister refuses to bow to massive protests on the streets of the capital.
Japan revises teaching manuals to claim two sets of remote islands at the center of disputes with China and South Korea are its territory.
Practitioners of Chinese geomancy predict that the combination of the year of the horse and a ‘yang wood’ year may fuel the flames of regional conflict.
Philippine troops have killed about 17 members of a Muslim rebel faction, while peace talks between the government and rebels enter the final stage.
Thailand’s prime minister confirms a general election will go ahead despite a warning that it could end in chaos after months of anti-government protests.
Cambodian military police used smoke grenades and batons to quell a protest by demonstrators demanding that a new television channel be allowed to broadcast.
Sri Lanka’s government is worried that a new resolution at the United Nations could call for an international investigation into allegations of war crimes during its civil war.
A China-based reporter is accused of visa violations and will leave the country, in a case that could sour Beijing’s relations with Washington.
Police say they detained 531 men, women and children in southern Thailand, after an investigation revealed the existence of camps near the Malaysian border.
A Thai anti-government protest leader is killed in Bangkok when violence erupts as demonstrators block early voting ahead of a disputed election next week.
Malaysian-brokered talks bring about landmark agreement after 13 years of negotiations aimed at ending a violence insurgency in the southern regions of the Philippines.
Chinese police shot dead six people during a “terrorist” attack in western Xinjiang region and six more died when explosives they were carrying detonated.
Court cases are part of the Chinese government’s campaign against the ‘New Citizens Movement,’ which has called for officials to declare their assets.
A 20-year-old in West Bengal was gang-raped by 13 men as punishment for having a relationship with a man from a different community.
The shooting of a pro-government activist has raised fears that violence will grow in Thailand as the country heads toward planned elections on Feb. 2.
Australia rejects claims by a group of asylum seekers that they were beaten and suffered burns while being returned to Indonesia by the Australian navy.
The close relatives of some of China’s most powerful men and women have maintained secretive accounts in offshore tax havens, according to an explosive study.
An Indonesian court sentences an Islamist militant to 7.5 years in prison for masterminding a plot to bomb Burma’s embassy in the country’s capital.
Arvind Kejriwal tells his supporters to end anti-police protests, saying the force has promised to take action over his accusations of negligence by officers.