Thai authorities seize a stash of guns in Mae Sot suspected to have been bound for Burma.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un orders his military on standby for nuclear strikes, an escalation in rhetoric targeting rivals Seoul and Washington.
All 22 early-warning buoys Indonesia deployed after the 2004 tsunami disaster were inoperable when a massive undersea earthquake struck off the coast this week.
Former entrepreneur Nguyen Quang A is among candidates from outside Vietnam’s Communist Party hoping to dent its hold on power in the upcoming vote.
Well-known Thai actors have joined a UNHCR fundraising project that highlights the plight of Burma’s displaced in Thailand.
Climate changecould change global diets, leading to more than half a million extra deaths in 2050 from stroke, cancer and heart disease.
Thailand’s junta intensifies intimidation of academics who criticize its efforts to stay in power by sending army officers to their homes, a rights group says.
Since 2009, Thailand’s migration policy has enabled the regularization of irregular-entry migrant workers. Are we now seeing a deregularization process?
Hong Kong residents voted in a legislative council by-election Sunday, with a “radical” pro-democracy candidate highlighting tensions in the financial hub.
A plan to build a subway tunnel under Singapore’s largest patch of primary rainforest has drawn sharp protests from environmental groups and activists.
The perpetrators of last year’s deadly bombing in Bangkok originally chose a pier packed with Chinese tourists as their main target, Thai police say.
Eight Burmese innovators are among Forbes’ first ever “30 Under 30 Asia,” which spotlights inspiring young leaders in various industries across the region.
Amnesty International has joined a growing chorus accusing India of supporting a climate of intolerance by cracking down on dissent.
Uber is placing a bet on motorcycles in Thailand’s capital, planning the launch of a pilot project in Bangkok for cities in developing countries.
Ambivalence among Thaksin’s admirers suggests his influence in military-run Thailand is flagging despite a publicity blitz by the self-exiled billionaire.