Jakarta police arrest a would-be suicide bomber who says he wanted to target Indonesia’s security forces to protest Buddhist abuses against Rohingyas in Burma.
Survivors of multiple earthquakes in southwestern China wait for shelter and other supplies amid forecasts of heavy rains that are likely to hinder search efforts.
A suspected militant is critically injured when a bomb apparently being prepared for a terrorist attack explodes in a house near Indonesia’s capital.
Violence against Burma’s Rohingya people prompts Indonesia to delay its efforts to encourage state enterprises to seek business opportunities in the emerging Burmese market.
Thai police are reportedly to add drunken driving to charges against Red Bull heir accused of killing a police officer while speeding in his Ferrari.
Agent Orange victims undergo a “detoxification” treatment involving saunas and vitamins developed by the Church of Scientology which is criticized as pseudoscientific.
Failure to sell Thailand’s vast rice stockpiles could start to spell political trouble for Yingluck’s government.
A massive blaze rages for hours at a fireworks factory in southern India, killing at least 40 workers and injuring more than 60.
Red Bull heir’s hit-and-run investigation prompts renewed accusations that justice in Thailand is reserved for the rich and privileged.
The defense ministers of India and China agree to resume joint military exercises frozen two years ago to signal a thaw between the Asian giants.
The United States expresses full support for Indonesia to be a peace mediator in Asean and pushes for a South China Sea code of conduct.
A grandson of the Red Bull energy drink creator is arrested after his Ferrari struck a police officer and dragged his body down a Bangkok street.
A nonproliferation agreement between the two countries lapses in 2014. South Korea wants modifications.
Self-proclaimed messiah Rev Sun Myung Moon who built a global business empire yet was accused of brainwashing recruits and extracting money from worshippers has died.
Suspected insurgents burn Thai flags and raise Malaysian ones in a coordinated operation across Thailand’s Muslim-dominated south that saw six soldiers wounded by bomb blasts
Although the Thai government has developed a reconstruction plan focused on immediate relief and recovery, another flood like 2011 could be disastrous for the nation.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to reassert American interests in Asia-Pacific region in the face of China’s growing influence during a six-nation tour.
A record-breaking 641 therapists mass-massaged 641 people simultaneously for 12 minutes to set a new Guinness World Record at an indoor exhibition hall in Bangkok.
Six asylum seekers are plucked from the ocean in pre-dawn darkness in a mounting rescue operation after a boat carrying 150 people sank off Indonesia.
Officials from Japan and North Korea hold their first government-to-government talks in four years amid hopes of a less confrontational relationship.