North Korea’s recently launched satellite is once again tumbling in orbit, after stabilizing briefly, according to a US official and other sources.
Vietnam’s VietJet said Thursday it signed a multi-billion deal to power the carrier’s new fleet, which would improve services for Burmese travelers.
The health of Thailand’s 88-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej is improving, though he still has an infection, the royal palace announced Thursday.
Lawyers request a longer appeal period for two Burmese migrant workers sentenced to death in Thailand for the murder of two British tourists.
Indonesia’s most influential Muslim leaders said Wednesday that they reject all promotion and support for lesbian and gay groups.
Human rights groups say that hundreds of Chinese dissidents have fled for Thailand, which was long considered a refuge, but not anymore.
Burma’s civil war hasn’t ended, even with democracy triumphant in recent elections and calls to end fighting between the government and ethnic minorities.
A new book on India’s relations with Burma helps highlight the regional heavyweight’s outlook at a time when Burma’s internal politics are in flux.
In an unusually strong broadside, South Korea’s president has warned that rival North Korea faces collapse if it does not abandon its nuclear bomb program.
Two Uighur Muslims from China have pleaded innocent to carrying out the deadly bombing of a Bangkok landmark last August.
President Obama and leaders of Southeast Asia called Tuesday for peaceful resolution of the region’s maritime disputes as they ended a summit in California.
US officials say the unprecedented gathering of SE Asia leaders is the culmination of Obama’s seven-year effort to engage with the Asia-Pacific.
India’s biggest nationwide student protests in a quarter of a century spread across campuses on Monday after the arrest of a student accused of sedition.
South Korea’s UN ambassador has urged the UN Security Council to adopt “extraordinary” measures to avoid falling prey to its “nuclear blackmail.”
Charities in South Asia are piloting new software to speed up the repatriation of rescued victims of human trafficking forced into slavery in India.