Desperate villagers in southwest Pakistan clawed through the wreckage of their ruined homes Wednesday, a day after a huge earthquake struck, killing more than 300 people and creating a new island off the coast.
Cambodia's parliament reappointed strongman premier Hun Sen for another five-year term Tuesday, extending his nearly three-decade rule as the opposition threatened to mount fresh protests over fiercely disputed elections.
Cambodia's parliament on Tuesday approved a new five-year term for Prime Minister Hun Sen following weeks of political turmoil over his disputed election win.
East Timor police say there will be zero tolerance against those who continue to practice a local martial art after the government banned all clubs following deadly gang violence, an official said Monday.
Angry Bangladeshi garment workers blocked roads, set factories alight and clashed with police for a third day on Monday as protests demanding a minimum monthly wage of US$100 spread outside the capital Dhaka.
A U.S.-Myanmar team has scaled Mount Galanrazi for the first time, proving it is the second-tallest peak in Southeast Asia, sources said Sunday.
Sri Lanka's main ethnic minority Tamil party secured a landslide victory in a provincial poll that has threatened to rekindle animosity between the government and Tamils, four years after the military crushed separatist rebels and ended a 26-year war.
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi warned Saturday that communal violence and weak “rule of law” could scare off investors despite the country's rapid pace of political and economic reform.
Minority Tamils voted in large numbers Saturday in a landmark election they hope will give them a chance at self-rule in Sri Lanka's north after decades of ethnic conflict that claimed over 100,000 lives.
Cambodian opposition supporters gathered at the royal palace Saturday and delivered a petition to the king calling on him to postpone the opening of parliament until the country's political deadlock is resolved.