(YANGON, Myanmar) — Doctors Without Borders says it has been expelled from Myanmar and the decision leaves tens of thousands of lives at risk.
The move is linked to the humanitarian group’s work with the long-persecuted Rohingya Muslim population in the state of Rakhine.
The group said in a statement late Friday it is “deeply …
Over 1,000 people were arrested in connection with the bust of four Internet-based baby trafficking rings
Lobbing missiles may appear belligerent, but Pyongyang can’t afford hostilities
A “classic triad hit” on a former newspaper editor reminds people that the fearsome organized crime gangs are still around, but in different forms
This probably isn’t going to do anything for Sino-Japanese relations
Friday marks six months since much maligned polls in Cambodia, where bloody crackdowns, racism and rampant human rights violations continue to define an increasingly fraught society
(BEIJING) — Chinese President Xi Jinping has put himself in charge of a new body to coordinate cybersecurity, in a sign of Beijing’s concern over its vulnerability to online attacks and its desire to retain tight control over the Internet.
Reports in state media Friday said the central Internet security and information leading group …
(BANGKOK) — Police say a tour bus carrying students on a field trip in eastern Thailand has crashed into a truck, killing 15 and injuring more than 30 others.
Police Lt. Col. Anukarn Thammavijarn says the bus lost control Friday morning on a downhill road and slammed into the truck, which was in front of it.
The bus was carrying …
Though no one knows who is to blame, the discovery of these vandalized books deepens the sense that Japan is undergoing a pronounced right-wing turn
The apparent test coincides with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have drawn the ire of the North.
The government says the probe call reflects a ‘preconceived, politicized and prejudicial agenda’
The survey results are a damning report card for the ruling Congress Party
(PYONGYANG, North Korea) — A South Korean Baptist missionary who was arrested more than four months ago for allegedly trying to establish underground Christian churches in North Korea told reporters Thursday he is sorry for his “anti-state” crimes and appealed to North Korean authorities to show him mercy by releasing him from their …