The United States deploys a B-52 bomber on a flight over its ally South Korea, a show of force following North Korea’s recent nuclear test.
Thousands of people take to the streets of Hong Kong, demanding to know the whereabouts of five missing publishers.
An international forensics expert has serious concerns about the science behind claims of a “100 percent match” in the Koh Tao murder case.
Thailand’s rubber farmers will meet to call for government help to deal with an income slump and threaten open defiance of its ban on protests.
South Korea plans to retaliate for North Korea’s nuclear test by starting broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the border.
Thailand ratchets up efforts to monitor reckless driving and ban the registration of new double-decker buses in an attempt to curb traffic accidents.
Indonesian authorities work with their counterparts in China to stem a flow of ethnic Uighur militants seeking to join Islamist jihadists.
The United States, South Korea and Japan agreed to launch a “united and strong” response to North Korea’s claim of a successful hydrogen bomb test.
A group of Philippine “comfort women,” forced to work in Japanese military brothels in World War II, accuse their government of ignoring them.
Hackers take over several police websites in Thailand, replacing their home pages with a message reading: “Failed Law. We want Justice!”
Chinese parents with children outside the one-child policy protest at the family planning commission to have social compensation fees canceled.
China says it has lodged a protest with Burma after a land mine injures a Chinese person on their common border, the latest in cross-border tensions.
North Korea says it conducted a hydrogen bomb test, which, if confirmed, would put Pyongyang a big step closer toward improving its still-limited nuclear arsenal.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, stymied by a still sputtering economy, is seeking to burnish his legacy and shore up support ahead of an election in the summer.
China’s increasing military presence in the disputed South China Sea could effectively lead to a Beijing-controlled air defense zone, experts say.