Defense lawyers score points in the trial of two Reuters reporters. But their fate remains in the hands of an unformed judiciary.
An expected North Korea military parade and talk of a possible U.S. military strike cast an ominous shadow over South Korea’s diplomatic efforts.
VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren interviewed former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson about Myanmar, the Rohingya crisis and his resignation from an advisory committee to give recommendations on a report on refugees in Bangladesh.
A U.S. official’s hint of praise for deadly anti-drug policing in the Philippines signals better relations.
The army has a long history of violence towards ethnic civilian populations.
The president focused on the victims of the repressive North Korean state, while avoiding the topic of possible military strikes.
Analysts see growing opposition to military rule but Thailand's government steps up crackdown on protests and online dissent.
Those who fled the North worry the “army of beauties” cheering squad will give a false impression of the poverty stricken and repressive country.
Seoul is working to prevent the spread of the virus from the North while also containing its own outbreak.
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis just visited Vietnam, and a US aircraft carrier is due to call in March.
Pentagon chief cheers expected visit of a US aircraft carrier to Vietnam.
The South Korean public has been generally supportive of North Korea participating in the upcoming Olympics as a way to foster cooperation with its nuclear-armed neighbor, but they are still divided. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.