Violent clashes between police and protesters erupted Wednesday in Indian-controlled Kashmir, leaving a man dead and two others wounded, officials say.
Taiwan’s new government will carefully manage relations with mainland China and it wants Washington to keep encouraging reconciliation.
A Swedish co-founder of a human rights group in China is being detained for funding activities that endanger state security, Chinese state media says.
Hundreds of students on Tuesday angrily protested the death of an Indian student who was barred from using some facilities at his university in Hyderabad.
The ethnic Karen in Kaeng Krachan National Park, who practice rotational farming, are erroneously stereotyped as forest destroyers by Thai authorities.
China’s economic growth edges down to 6.8 percent in the final quarter of 2015, dragging full-year growth to its lowest in 25 years.
Twenty prominent, predominantly Western lawyers and jurists have urged Chinese President Xi Jinping to release a dozen Chinese lawyers and legal assistants.
North Korea has launched an estimated 1 million propaganda leaflets by balloon into South Korea amid increased tension between the rivals.