When mystery hackers launched a stunning raid on Bangladesh’s foreign reserves, a plot worthy of a John le Carre spy novel was sparked in the Philippines, exposing the Southeast Asian nation as a dirty money haven.
National Assembly President Heng Samrin is now in the Australian capital city of Canberra for his official visit from March 13-17.
The Lao People’s Army patrol boat was custom-made in China with night-vision capability and two of the most powerful engines on this remote stretch of the Mekong River.
What are Washington and its allies to do about North Korea? In January, Pyongyang tested its fourth nuclear device. It launched a satellite in February to gather additional data for developing an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Since early this year, commentators and the public alike have spent a great deal of time and effort to analyze Cambodia-US relations against the backdrop of the recent US-ASEAN Summit.
BRUSSELS – Europe’s emerging migration policy is looking increasingly like Donald Trump without the hair.
Myanmar’s military nominated a former junta stalwart who remains on a US sanctions list as its choice for vice president on Friday, pointing to battles ahead for National League for Democracy leader…
It’s time to renegotiate the contract that put the Middle East together. The “contract” is the 1916 Sykes-Picot Agreement, which divided up most of the Arab lands that had been under the rule of the Ottoman Empire.
A doctor, a one-time driver and a personal assistant head a motley ensemble of possible picks for Myanmar’s next president, as democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi seeks a close confidante to rule in her place.
It’s no secret that the global economic landscape has become increasingly challenging over the last few years, with many low-income developing countries feeling significant pain.
When an earthquake last year flattened this mountain village in central Nepal, killing 114 people, destroying homes and ripping apart a crucial irrigation system, many residents thought their only option was to leave, permanently.
Would the scandal surrounding the lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan happen if the residents were rich white people?
After risking death on the migrant trail and two months in “nightmarish” refugee centers in Germany, Mohammed Asif bought a one-way ticket back to Afghanistan, relinquishing his lifelong dream of asylum in Europe.
Senators Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders scored key victories in the 2016 quest for the White House, but Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton remained their parties’ frontrunners as the “Super Saturday” results came in.
Burrowing deep into a huge pile of jumbled luggage, Dick the dog wags his tail, pawing at a small green rucksack: inside is the hand-sized tip of an elephant’s tusk.
The 2016 US presidential election is a circus which will produce an outcome and policies that will tend to fatten labor’s share of the economy while reducing that of capital.
Elections in Spain, Portugal and now Ireland have rocked established politics as voters rebelled against austerity and traditional parties, creating political limbo by holding up the formation of new governments.
Garment exports are booming, defying fears that rising violence by militants and concerns over working conditions at Bangladeshi garment factories would cause global brands to source their clothing elsewhere.
Conservatives and liberals alike rounded on Republican Donald Trump for refusing to reject on Sunday an endorsement by David Duke, a white nationalist who once led the Ku Klux Klan.
New Hampshire, South Carolina and now Nevada: the evidence is mounting that Donald Trump will be the Republican presidential nominee.
Apple and the US government are squaring off in an epic legal battle with wide-ranging implications for how technology firms must work with law enforcement.
Senegalese reporter Amadou Sarra Ba is one of hundreds of African journalists to have enjoyed all-expenses-paid trips to China courtesy of the Communist Party, as Beijing seeks to win hearts and minds among the continent’s opinion-formers.
The U.S oil and gas industry has lost around 100,000 jobs over the last 16 months, according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics
Nineteen camera traps on the Lao-Cambodian border reveal that at least some of Virachey Park’s animals are still snuffling about the deep woods.
The US oil and gas industry has lost around 100,000 jobs over the last 16 months, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment losses worldwide are probably at least double that figure.
Prime Minister David Cameron will try to sell his case for Britain staying in the European Union to parliament facing hostility from his own lawmakers and a plunging pound after London’s mayor threw his support behind the exit campaign.
Forget Brexit. The real obstacle to deeper European integration is not the awkward British, whether they choose to stay in the European Union with a “special status” or leave.
Chalit Pongpitakwiset has always felt like a man. Now the 25-year-old wants everyone else to see it too.
One night last month, Liu Xuehong stood weeping outside the gates of the United Nations headquarters in Bangkok, begging the guards to let her in.
A haunting black-and-white image of a refugee passing a baby under a barbed wire fence won the prestigious World Press Photo Award yesterday, highlighting Europe’s worst migrant crisis since World War II.