Britain and Australia urging China to lead North Korea to drop nuclear programmes.
Britain to send a warship to the South China Sea to run freedom of navigation exercises.
US President Donald Trump could veto pending legislation in order to push for a tougher deal than the one winding through Congress.
Thais urged to help celebrate their new king’s birthday today as he consolidates his power.
Yingluck Shinawatra is calling on supporters for help as the government “froze” 37 of her properties and 16 bank accounts.
Willing Hearts is providing meals to some 10 percent of 5.7 million who live in poverty
Russia warns that new US sanctions against Moscow by House of Representatives take already battered ties into uncharted waters.
Cardinal Pell makes a brief appearance in Australia to face “historical sexual offences”.
Australia to accept Central American refugees, the first transfers under a controversial swap.
Yingluck Shinawatra questions move by Thai government to freeze her assets.
Chinese fighter jets intercept a US surveillance plane over the East China Sea, one jet coming within 300 feet of the American aircraft.
Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, says he “did not collude”.
Thai PM approves a “reconciliation social contract”, but critics say it is not enough.
Indonesia’s navy shoot and wound four Vietnamese fishermen aboard a fishing boat.
Thailand’s Supreme Court set August 25 as date for verdict in trial of the Yingluck Shinawatra.
The two largest parties in East Timor’s parliamentary election are neck-and-neck, according to preliminary results.
US Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on legislation that allows new sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea.
Opposition calls a two-day national strike after another day of violent clashes.
Turkey’s behaviour “unacceptable” and Germany has duty to protect citizens.
Further efforts to bring human traffickers to justice needed, rights groups say after trial in which 62 people were convicted.