UN condemnation brings vows from North to restart nuclear program, pull out of six-party talks.
In Bangkok Tuesday thousands ended their sit-in and leaders surrendered, saying they wanted to avoid violence but continue their campaign.
Security forces were mobilized for the first time since 2006 as violence escalates – two people died in street clashes Monday.
Taiwan watches as Asian neighbors ink trade deals, lower tarrifs, and get access to Chinese loans for growth.
Meet the Kimuras, who haven't bought a major appliance in 10 years and who have made being thrifty an art form.
Support for Islamist groups appears to be waning after a surge in 2004.
A professor was beaten after visiting the grave of a discredited leader. Other previously tolerated activities have also become taboo.
The world's most populous Muslim country goes to the polls Thursday for the third time since 1998. Campaigning went smoothly, though old elites, corruption still thrive.
Their assertion boosts US view that Pyongyang used Sunday’s launch to develop long-range missile technology, not to explore space.
N. Korea's missile launch Sunday complicates the long-term strategy of the US and her Asian allies toward Pyongyang's nuclear program.
Thousands of supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra seek to topple the government that itself came to power after mass demonstrations.
New report says China scores lowest on Internet freedom.
China's deep reserves and continued growth put it in a position of strength.
"Duch" is charged with crimes against humanity for his time as a prison commander under the regime.
South Korean fighter pilots are 'ready to scramble' as North Korea prepares a missile launch.
Amid allegations of corruption and a drop in popularity, the party that has been in power for five decades tries to shore up support.
Many factory workers in export-heavy economies like Thailand's have lost their jobs. With agricultural demand also down, farming has become a less reliable Plan B.
After a scandal highlighting rampant plagiarism, the government tries to rein it in – and a new generation of teachers trained abroad could help.
Parents of a soldier say they pressed charges to prevent future abuses. The suicide rate has risen as the forces' role has expanded.
A bill to provide contraception is the first to reach House debate in this largely Roman Catholic country.