Tatmadaw rejects Indian newspaper reports of joint raids, says cooperation limited to arresting rebels and holding meetings.
‘Indo-Pacific Outlook’, RCEP trade deal expected to be on the agenda as regional leaders meet.
Shah Ali Farhad says Dhaka is concerned that links between NLD and Bangladesh’s ruling Awami League have suffered since Rohingya crisis began in 2017.
Five containers of waste has been sent back to Seattle from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya.
A quake of magnitude 5.9 was followed by a smaller one of 5.2 magnitude, both at a depth of 10 kilometers.
Yasir Arafat declared dead in hospital after experiencing chest pain; he and two Myanmar accomplices were also linked to a deadly blast in India in 2014.
Monday marks the beginning of Hong Kong’s second week of protests and the release from jail of pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, likely boosting the protest’s momentum.
Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto has not conceded defeat to incumbent Joko Widodo in April’s elections, claiming electoral fraud.
Though protests over an extradition bill are set to resume in the Asian financial hub this weekend and on Monday, financial and commercial activity is normalizing.
Overlapping land claims and disputed maps are holding back Indonesia’s plans to hand control of large swaths of forest back to indigenous people.
There has been increased scrutiny of the rapidly-developing nation's brick sector, in which tens of thousands of families work as slaves to serve a construction boom.
Beijing has set a growth target of 6 to 6.5 percent for this year, easing from 6.6 percent in 2018—the slowest rate of expansion the country has seen in nearly 30 years.
MIT last year announced a five-year agreement under which iFlytek would help underwrite three research projects at the university's renowned Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
Authorities fear the recent growth in numbers of Rohingya boarding boats for Malaysia could be a new wave of people smuggling by sea after a 2015 crackdown on trafficking.
Demonstrators from across a wide spectrum of Hong Kong society began joining the protesters early on Wednesday as businesses across the city prepared to go on strike.