Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte recently said his country would pursue an 'independent foreign policy'.
Police and troops on Wednesday raided a fresh produce market in Bangkok and arrested 14 people, most of them from neighboring Myanmar.
Suu Kyi was suffering from weakness and exhaustion after returning from two weeks of travel to United States and Britain.
Rights group says torture remains 'shockingly common' despite pledges by ruling military government to end abusive practices.
Idea to establish code of conduct for shipping, fishing and exploring for oil is to avoid conflict in disputed, and potentially lucrative, waterway, but some regional experts say such a code may be pointless.
In what many critics call retaliatory sentencing, court jails attorney whose high-profile clients challenged Beijing.
Taiwan has grown nervous about its claim to the sea’s largest island after a world court ruling in July.
From October 1, 2015, to September 15 of this year, 11,902 Myanmar nationals were resettled in the United States, a State Department agency's figures show.
Officials and statisticians from 21 countries meet in Bangkok as part of steps ahead of a 2020 global food survey.
The Liaoning Hongxiang Group allegedly sold North Korea aluminum bars and chemicals that have potential military purposes.
Australian PM Turnbull told delegates his country’s strict border control measures have created an orderly process for accepting asylum seekers.
But the big question is if the NLD-led government can ensure the reform of so-called ‘crony’ businesses.