FILE - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un organizes and guides a combined joint drill of the units under KPA Combined Units 572 and 630 in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang.
The plane, last flown to Hanoi from Siem Reap, Cambodia, has been unclaimed since 2007
Much of the debate about immigration in the United States revolves around undocumented Latin Americans who face deportation. One group often overlooked is the estimated 1.3-million illegal immigrants from Asia.
Planned dams along Mekong river have drawn scrutiny from environmentalists, who worry about impact on migratory fish and water flow.
A public consultation organized by the Mekong River Commission opened in Pakse, Laos, Friday, where opponents continued to call for Laos to reconsider a controversial dam project.
Four others injured in 16-hour ordeal in Sydney, which police call an ‘isolated incident’.
Dec. 15 is the deadline for China to submit counter-argument in Philippines arbitration case that questions Beijing's sweeping claims in South China Sea.
Unidentified man's motive is unknown, but police - so far - are refusing to call this a terrorist event; earlier Monday, five hostages either escaped or were set free.
The ancient Kingdom of Angkor once created pottery fit for kings, but the artisan skills have declined through the centuries.
Death toll in Jemblung village in Banjarnegara district of Central Java province rose to at least 32, with 76 people missing.
Bui Thi Minh Hang, two others sentenced to 3 years in prison for disrupting public order.
Younger airline executive delayed flight in fury over how she was served macadamia snack.
Indonesia has detained, sunk at least three ships from Vietnam since Friday; officials say they've seized 22 Chinese vessels since Sunday.
Final push to clear barricades and encampments from streets outside government offices, drawing more than two months of pro-democracy protests to a close.
Over a span of eight decades Thailand has had 16 constitutions or temporary charters, been governed by more than 30 prime ministers and witnessed 10 successful military coups.
Project is one of a series of planned dams in the Mekong River Basin that environmentalists say could harm an ecosystem critical for feeding millions of people in Southeast Asia
Typhoon Hagupit slammed Saturday into the eastern Philippines, tearing roofs off buildings and knocking out power in entire coastal provinces.
For second time in less than two weeks, country arrests another prominent blogger as part of what critics see as an ongoing crackdown on dissent.
Officials say although the region’s opium output changed little in the past year, there is ongoing demand, especially from opiate users in China.
The Mekong River Commission will hold a regional public consultation on Dec. 12 to discuss the project and hear objections.
Typhoon Hagupit has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but it is still slowly tracking northwest across the Philippines Monday, dumping heavy rains. The Red Cross says 21 people have been killed so far, a much lower toll than last year’s deadly Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the same region.
Latest death toll comes as Philippine capital braces for arrival of slow-moving Tropical Storm Hagupit.
State weather bureau says Hagupit is now making its way to the eastern edge of the Philippines at 13 kilometers per hour.
Environmentalists say the dam would block the only year-round passage for fish migration between Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
Consolidation of new force is likely to anger national government.
Detention of Hong Le Tho, better known as blogger 'Nguoi Lot Gach,' follows a sharp increase in arrests and prison terms for government critics in past few years.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha promises significant change for better in 2015 but cautions that reform, road map for democracy will take time.
Benny Tai says it is unclear whether police will detain or release him and his Occupy co-founders, but they are ready to accept consequences no matter the outcome.
The men turned themselves in three days after Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn asked the government to strip his wife Srirasmi's family of their royal name.
Aviation experts call for more emphasis on pilot training after crash that killed 49 passengers and crew.