Two women and a man have been arrested in the killing of Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean leader's half brother who was reportedly poisoned this week by a pair
Unofficial counts indicate the acrimonious election for the Indonesian capital’s governor will head to a second round in April with the incumbent, a minority Christian, failing to secure the 50 percent needed
A British man suspected of involvement in the gangland-style slaying of another Briton in the Thai resort town of Pattaya has been arrested, Cambodian authorities said yesterday.
Hundreds of people in New Zealand’s second-largest city were evacuated from their homes yesterday as wildfires burned down several houses and threatened to encroach further into some suburbs.
Sri Lankan asylum seekers held on Pacific island camps who could potentially find new lives in the United States are free to return home without fear of persecution, Sri
South Korean prosecutors are attempting for a second time to arrest Samsung’s de facto leader, who faces bribery allegations in connection with a massive political scandal.
Mongolian lawmakers have told the government to revoke a private company’s purchase of a stake in a major copper mine, prompting the president to warn they might
Residents of Jakarta vote today in an election for governor that has become a high-stakes tussle between conservative and moderate forces in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.
The U.N. Security Council strongly condemned North Korea over its latest ballistic missile launches and warned of “further significant measures” if Pyongyang doesn’t stop nuclear and missile
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Thai government is handing out pills it calls “very magical vitamins” to prospective mothers to boost the country’s falling birthrate.
In a scathing indictment of Pakistan’s treatment of Afghan refugees, a human rights group charged yesterday that the country is forcing hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees
A Malaysian aid ship was heading to a Bangladeshi port yesterday bringing relief goods for some of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who’ve fled Myanmar.
The United States, Japan and South Korea have requested urgent diplomatic talks at the United Nations yesterday over North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch, with Seoul condemning
Mongolia’s parliament approved a resolution to nationalize copper, gold and iron-ore assets in the country following a probe that found a USD400 million transaction with a closely held company
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi called on all armed ethnic groups to sign a cease-fire agreement during a speech yesterday in the same place where her
South Korean prosecutors investigating the corruption scandal involving impeached President Park Geun-hye said yesterday that they plan to summon Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong again as they look
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