Government skeptical despite former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s calls for common ground as a months-long political deadlock continues.
Kim Jong Un’s favorite pop group, the miniskirt-sporting Moranbong Band, makes a comeback, quashing rumors that one member was caught up in a purge.
A pro-government activist who opposed a law punishing critics of Thailand’s monarchy was fatally shot Wednesday in the capital, police said.
Two of India’s most prominent politicians are facing off in Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganges River, in the country’s national elections.
US president is welcomed to Japan with a display of pomp and ceremony, intended to reassure his country’s main regional ally amid disputes with China.
Its lack of offshore bases and friendly ports to call on remains a strategic headache as China tries to ramp up its regional naval presence.
Armed assailants managed to steal more than half the diesel carried in a vessel headed through the Malacca Strait on its way to Burma.
US president begins a four-nation Asia tour where he will seek to assure allies of the United States’ support while not damaging ties with China.
Nepali families cremated eight sherpas as anger grows over the compensation that should be paid to victims of the single deadliest avalanche on Mount Everest.
Officials say confirmed fatalities in the sinking of the South Korean ferry Sewol have reached 104, with nearly 200 people still missing.
Shinzo Abe’s move is seen as provocative and comes as a Chinese maritime court seizes a Japanese-owned ship over wartime contractual dispute.
Human Rights Watch urges Thai authorities to investigate the disappearance of Por Cha Lee Rakcharoen, an ethnic Kachin environmental activist.
As search continues for clues about the disappeared plane’s whereabouts, a Malaysian official suggests a government or airline fund could be set up.
As Barack Obama travels through Asia this week, he confronts a region warily watching the crisis in Ukraine and considering its own tensions with China.
As divers increasingly making their way into the South Korean ferry that sunk last week, there’s been a big jump in the discovery of corpses.
In the internal struggle over who’s in charge of ending a decade-old insurgency in Thailand’s south, the powerful army appears to be losing out.
New movie tells the story of a former British Army officer who was one of thousands forced by Japan to build the Thailand-Burma “Death Railway.”
Signals thought to be from the missing flight’s black box have narrowed the search to an area of seabed about the size of Los Angeles.
Thailand excludes Rohingya kept in camps in its southern provinces from a report to the US State Department, claiming they are only “smuggled.”
A US-backed trade pact could cause resentment in Southeast Asia as it would advantage some nations in the region over others, a Philippine official says.