North Korea on Monday deported a 75-year-old Australian missionary, detained last month for distributing religious material, after he signed a detailed “confession” and apology.
Down a dark, muddy alley, tucked away from the chaos of New Delhi's old quarter, one of India's most tireless corruption fighters is hard at work.
For Muslim communities eking out an existence in segregated camps in Myanmar's Rakhine state, aid groups provide a lifeline, but their work is coming under threat from Buddhist nationalist campaigns that have pushed the government to eject Doctors Without Borders (MSF) from the region.
A huge snake has won a life and death battle against a crocodile in Australia, swallowing the animal whole after a lengthy struggle before amazed onlookers.
Indonesia swung to a trade deficit in January as a controversial government ban on mineral ore shipments by Southeast Asia's biggest economy crimped overall exports, data showed Monday.
Thailand's first poll re-runs passed peacefully Sunday following a widely disrupted general election, as pro-government “Red Shirts” stepped up rallies in support of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's battered administration.
Democratic Party (DP) chairman Representative Kim Han-gil and independent Representative Ahn Cheol-soo have agreed to establish a new political party to challenge the ruling Saenuri Party ahead of local election in June.
Myanmar denied reports it expelled medical aid organization Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) from the country, saying that group had only been “temporarily suspended” from working in the western state of Rakhine, media reports said Sunday.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Saturday warned Japan would face “isolation” if it pushed ahead with a move to revisit an apology over wartime sex slavery.
South Korea's president on Saturday proposed the rival Koreas hold reunions of Korean War-divided families on a regular basis, saying time was running out for the elderly separated by hostilities and politics.