Observers warn US withdrawal raises questions about America’s ability to stick to future agreements.
The ruling National Front might lose the popular vote but still win a majority in Parliament thanks to an electoral system that gives more power to the party’s traditional supporters.
US secretary of state travels to North Korea for a second time within weeks; experts said summit negotiations 'reached a critical juncture'.
Clock ticking on deadline for tariffs, while differences may be too big in trade dispute.
Bersih, a group promoting free and fair elections, says it has found "major irregularities'' in the electoral roll, including more than 2.1 million people without addresses.
Naypyidaw calls visit turning point, but observers say military's refusal to accept responsibility for violence against Rohingya a big problem.
The Philippine president has won favor with Beijing by sidestepping public pressure to protest its military use of the South China Sea.
Aid workers are providing hot meals, and treating malnourished children, but mothers need more support to keep their children well fed.
The world is close to eliminating polio, but some parents won’t vaccinate their children against measles.
Taiwan has lost three formal diplomatic allies to China since 2016, and strengthening informal ties with Washington offset them.
Advocates say human rights, abductions must carry as much weight as nuclear missiles.
A seven-member delegation from Washington is in Beijing to address concerns about China’s economic policies as both look to avoid trade war.