Some areas are projected to lose 98 percent of their remaining forests in the next nine years.
‘There is no question about cancelation,’ a spokesperson says, as Burma requests that Asean aid go through proper diplomatic channels.
Senior US official Tom Malinowski urges Burma not to ‘fall into trap’ of indiscriminate response following release of government report.
Malaysia police say Islamic State follower from Indonesia detained in Malaysia was headed for Burma, amid increase in IS attacks in Southeast Asia.
Devotees of a prominent Buddhist monk wanted for suspected money laundering barricade entrances to his sprawling temple complex in a Bangkok suburb.
Dr. Myo Min Aung names the two-month-old calf ‘Mary,’ as she was found on Christmas Day.
The BBC story includes mentions of the king’s personal life and other material considered too sensitive to be published in the Thai press.
This birthday could be his last, as his health is deteriorating, zoo officials say.
‘Every year, Christmas and New Year’s events are the target of terrorists,’ says National Police spokesman Rikwanto.
‘We are interested in setting up facilities to repair and maintain the Chinese equipment we currently have in our arsenal,’ says Thai defense spokesman.
One foreigner was arrested for suspected links to IS and attempting to get details about security at an international school in Kuala Lumpur.
The United Nations human rights commission urges the Philippines to launch a murder investigation into President Rodrigo Duterte’s claims of killing.
China on Tuesday handed back to the United States an underwater drone it had seized last week in an incident that raised tensions.
The United States will work with the Philippine president even after he threatened to terminate a pact allowing US troops to visit the Philippines.
Hackers saying they are protesting the passage of a bill restricting internet freedom have been attacking Thai government computer servers.