Social media giant's action follows charges that posts fomented online hate speech.
In latest bold attack, anti-corruption commission busts 90 percent of council members in one Java city
Seven people dead, more than 100 injured and millions without power on Hokkaido island.
Death toll rises to 11 from strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years.
Vietnam welcomes trade and private business tie-ups but has more conditions for China’s role in domestic infrastructure and special economic zones.
Trump and Moon agreed to meet later this month in New York.
Vietnam's small businesses do not realize how big a threat they face from hackers.
Human Rights groups have denounced a proposed South Korean law to reclassify the cases of South Korean citizens being held in the repressive North.
A report from the United States says China's plans pose risks to the ecology and would dim claims by five other Asian governments to the area.
The 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation will give African leaders a chance to negotiate new infrastructure and development deals, but U.S. politicians are concerned about a worldwide overreliance on Chinese financing.
From deputy prime minister to government critics to Facebookers, late senator who spent more than five years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi is recognized with 'great love'.
Critics say fatwa from Indonesia’s top Islamic authority may see a $100 million public health campaign wasted