Taiwan’s presidential election victor will enjoy a broad mandate from her commanding victory but managing delicate relations with China will be tricky.
Four Burmese migrants have been accused of stabbing a Thai woman to death. Two of the defendants are 15 years old.
China isn’t going to be happy with the likely victory of Taiwan’s pro-independence opposition in this weekend’s election, but it has limited options to respond.
Police disperse protesters shouting anti-India slogans after the body of a college student is found in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir.
Indonesia must strengthen its defenses against Islamic State and work with neighboring countries to fight it, Jakarta’s police chief says, following Thursday’s brazen attack.
Burma’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses concern over North Korea’s claim that it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb on Jan. 6.
Several explosions and gunfire rock the Indonesian capital and police say they suspect a suicide bomber was responsible for at least one the blasts.
Cambodia won’t hold a general election for two years. But look at Prime Minister Hun Sen, its long-ruling strongman, and you’d think one was imminent.
A Thai court seizes the passport of a prominent British activist vocal about migrant rights in Thailand and is barring him from leaving the country.
A group of Indian women who were subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) as children are calling on the government to ban the ancient ritual.
The Bangladesh government is seeking the death penalty for a top Islamist leader convicted of war crimes during the country’s independence war in 1971.
China formally arrests several Chinese human rights lawyers on suspicion of subverting state power after months of secret detention.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un looks to milk his country’s recent nuclear test as a propaganda victory, vowing more nuclear bombs.
Hundreds of residents of Chinese-ruled Hong Kong fly to Taiwan for Saturday’s elections to see free-wheeling democracy in action.
China will stick to family planning restrictions for up to 30 years, a senior Chinese official says, rejecting concerns about an aging population.