Cambodia’s highest court begins reviewing the disputed July 28 poll results, leaving open the possibility that it will resolve the opposition’s claims of unfairness.
Victims of the harsh brand of justice Bo Xilai handed out in a high-profile crime crackdown are not making headway in their campaign for redress.
A train runs over a group of Hindu pilgrims at a crowded station, and a mob infuriated by the resulting deaths beats the driver severely.
Flooding submerges more than half the capital, turning roads into rivers and trapping tens of thousands of people in homes and shelters.
Indonesia’s president expresses concern over religious intolerance in the country with the world’s largest Muslim population, which analysts say he has failed to contain.
Although a formal investigation has not yet begun, attention is already turning to the final moments in the Philippines’ latest fatal shipping disaster.
Disgraced politician Bo Xilai’s case has been crafted to minimize damage to the Communist Party and avoid exposure of party infighting or human rights abuses.
When the country’s chief justice was named head of an interim government, he promised to oversee elections in June, but those elections never happened.
A Chinese court upholds the 11-year prison sentence handed down to the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
North Korean defectors will start testifying at UN hearings about alleged rights abuses for which they hope their country’s leaders may one day face trial.
Sri Lanka’s government says it will give the go-ahead to plans to develop a mosque in central Colombo, despite objections from Buddhist hardliners.
Clashes between police and activists left one person dead and about 20 injured on the second day of a nationwide general strike.
Last year alone, there were at least 500 casualties in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia from unexploded bombs and other ordnance.
Cambodia disputed a US claim that it has suspended or canceled international military cooperation programs in the wake of the country’s recent disputed election.
A typhoon lashes Hong Kong with wind and rain, closing down the bustling Asian financial center before sweeping toward mainland China.
Thai police ask the operator of the popular “Line” instant messaging app for access to records of online chats, raising concerns about intrusive surveillance.
Efforts to give Sri Lanka’s tourism industry a boost run up against opposition from the country’s moral guardians: Buddhist monks.
A deadly lava flow illustrates the challenges Indonesia faces in coping with the constant threat of eruptions from the world’s largest number of active volcanoes.
Cambodia suspends international military cooperation programs with the United States and others following a recent, disputed election.
For a growing number of affluent Chinese, a craze for all things South Korean means flying to Seoul for the weekend to take wedding pictures.