Muslim militant leaders in talks with Thai authorities to end a deadly insurgency say they are seeking an independent state and are ready to negotiate a solution.
An arrest warrant has been issued for an unnamed suspect in a bomb blast that took place a day after Erawan Shrine bombing killed 20 people.
Police charged teenage student leader Joshua Wong on Thursday for his role last year in storming government headquarters in Hong Kong.
The United States says it wants to support the Sri Lankan government’s investigation into alleged war crimes at the United Nations.
Thailand's worst-ever bombing has caused a drop in tourist arrivals, putting pressure on revenues vital to the military government's moves to resuscitate the economy.
Fresh clashes erupted Wednesday in Gujarat as police and paramilitary forces tried to quell riots led by members of a farming caste demanding government benefits.
Thai authorities destroy more than 2 tons of seized and smuggled ivory, in the latest move by the government to avoid possible economic sanctions.
Two Burmese workers on trial in Thailand for the murder of British tourists should not be given access to a British police report about the case, a judge has ruled.
Floods, landslides and a cyclone have made at least 180,000 people in Bangladesh homeless, according to the Red Cross.
Singapore will hold a general election on Sept. 11, in what is expected to be a tight contest for the party that has dominated for 50 years.
Many residents of Krabi, a popular tourism province in southern Thailand, are opposing a government plan to build a coal plant close to their homes.
At least nine people are killed in Nepal as demonstrators attack police with spears, knives, axes and scythes during a protest in the Himalayan country.
A magistrate in northeastern Bangladesh has accepted charges against 10 men in the beating death of a 13-year-old boy that stunned the nation.
Andy Hall has been formally indicted on charges of criminal defamation and computer crimes, the latest chapter in the long-running Natural Fruit saga.
Despite new surveillance video that may offer a possible clue to the Bangkok bombing, Thai police say the perpetrators may have already fled the country.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye demands that North Korea apologize over a recent landmine incident as the bitter rivals held marathon negotiations.
Malaysian police say they have found 24 more bodies of suspected human trafficking victims in jungles on the border with Thailand.
Government officials attend a religious ceremony for the victims of Thailand’s worst ever bombing but appear no closer to determining who carried out the attack.
Pakistani comedians face harsh blasphemy laws and a barrage of death threats if their jokes offend the wrong person.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered his troops onto a war footing Pyongyang issued an ultimatum to Seoul to halt propaganda broadcasts.