For sale: Chinese babies and children
As many as 70,000 Chinese children are abducted and sold each year. Some end up in the US.
Who wins from India’s economic woes?
With the rupee’s slide, politicians, tourists and some businesses stand to profit.
Torrential rains kill at least 20 people in the Philippines
The rains were enhanced by Typhoon Usagi, which swept over the northern Philippines during the weekend.
Typhoon Usagi lashes southern China, leaving at least 25 dead (VIDEO)
The typhoon, which fell to tropical storm-strength by Monday, battered China's southern coast late Sunday.
Super Typhoon Usagi barrels toward Taiwan, Philippines
Meteorologists believe Usagi, the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane, could be the strongest typhoon of 2013.
Philippines: 100-plus dead in quixotic anti-American martyr mission
Muslim rebels fight boldly to create the 'Bangsamoro Republik' as a refuge from 'America-installed Philippine colonialism.'
Philippine troops clearing remaining rebels after 43 killed
Philippine troops were clearing out the last remaining Muslim rebels after a six-day operation in the south that killed dozens of militants.
Philippine government, Muslims rebels agree to ceasefire to end standoff in Mindanao
Philippine President Benigno Aquino had vowed to end the deadly clashes between MNLF fighters and government forces.
Filipino man, Herbert Chavez, wants to look like Superman
Herbert Chavez, of Calamba City, Philippines, has transformed his face and body to look just like the fictional character Clark Kent.
Hostages used as 'human shields' in Zamboanga City
Muslim separatists reportedly used residents as human shields during a firefight with Philippine troops.
Broke, abandoned and depressed
A tragic end game for Myanmar’s freed democracy advocates
Youth interrupted: Underage, illiterate breadwinners
Inside Myanmar’s Dickensian child labor economy.
Mock stars: Myanmar’s pop plagiarists
How a censored nation spawned an alternative rock ‘n’ roll reality.
Philippines: A rich young woman’s Instagram exploits stoke mass outrage
Echoes of Imelda’s shoes in fury over lavish life of embezzlement suspect’s daughter.
Philippine floods kill three, paralyze capital
Manila, a megacity of 12 million people, shut down as a red alert was raised.
Philippines ferry disaster: Search for survivors resumes, more than 80 still missing
At least 34 are dead and more than 80 are still missing after the Thomas Aquinas ferry crashed head-on with a cargo ship near Cebu, Philippines.
Typhoon Utor shifts down to tropical storm as it hits China
Utor arrives in China.
Typhoon Utor hits Hong Kong en route to China
Hong Kong is shut down by Typhoon Utor, said to be the largest storm expected to hit China this year.
23 missing as Typhoon Utor hits Philippines
Typhoon Utor is the most powerful storm to hit the Philippines this year.
Philippines adds another US-built warship as it steps up sea patrols
Manila celebrates the arrival of a decommissioned US Coast Guard cutter, set to become the second largest ship of the Philippine Navy.
Six dead, 26 hurt in Philippines bomb blast
Those killed were motorists passing through Sinsuat Street, the main highway in Cotabato that is lined by commercial establishments.
Philippines bomb blast kills 6 at popular restaurant
The improvised explosive device went off at about midnight Friday at a popular restaurant in the southern Philippines port city of Cagayan de Oro, killing six people and injuring more than two dozen.
What we're protesting today
Anti-gay protesters in Haiti, Filipinos burning an effigy of President Aquino and Bulgarians really have staying power.
London Broiling: Brits brace for what they call heat (PHOTOS)
The language of being hot is universal.
10 amazing McDonald's commercials that explain the world
The golden arches may fulfill a similar longing across the globe, but the way they do it is decidedly different from country to country.
Philippines: Priests wage losing battle against condom law
Catholic clerics have turned to their last legal resort to stop the Philippines' reproductive health law making contraception more widely available.
45 years later, Philippine peace may finally have a chance
President Aquino builds trust by acknowledging a historic massacre of Muslims.
World Day Against Child Labor: Ratify the Domestic Workers Convention
Commentary: The world's nations should use the World Day Against Child Labor to ratify the Domestic Workers Convention
Taiwan: 6.5-magnitude earthquake shakes buildings in Taipei, kills 1
The powerful tremor sent people running into the streets and was also felt in Hong Kong, more than 400 miles away, officials said Sunday.
Filipino job seekers come home
Economic growth is prompting more workers to stay at home.
Filipino marines clash with al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf
At least seven Filipino marines and five Abu Sayyaf militants died in a firefight near the coastal town of Patikul in the Philippines on Saturday.