Philippine legislators this week approved the Bangsamoro Organic Law, which gives money, resources and control to a Muslim region in the south.
Seizure of land for development projects was common under junta rule, but practice continues today, especially for country’s rural poor.
Dismantling Sohae Satellite Launching Station may have symbolic importance but does not reduce North’s nuclear capabilities, analysts say.
Survivor of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime, now head of institute that documents regime's crimes, among six recipients of Asia's version of Nobel Peace Prize.
Thousands displaced by surge operators say would release millions of tons of water.
Five-member BRICS bloc meets at a time when the 'multilateral trading system is facing unprecedented challenges'.
This year's parade had about 1,500 participants, up from 500 last year, and had 'more participation from LGBT community members'.
Seoul is continuing efforts to increase bi-lateral cooperation and reduce cross border tensions as agreed to during the inter-Korean summit in April.
Families are packing into congested temporary shelters and expect to stay up to five years as their old family homes were destroyed in a 2017 civil war.
Thousands displaced by surge down Xe-Pian River officials say would release millions of tons of water.
Dam collapsed Monday, releasing large amounts of water that swept away houses, flooded villages, and made more than 6,600 people homeless.