Third witness in Philippines massacre trial murdered
A third witness who provided testimony in a trial over an election-related massacre in November 2009 in the Philippines has been murdered.
Singapore’s maid addiction
Is the well-to-do island chafing at more liberties for live-in servants?
Renato Corona, Philippine Supreme Court chief justice, convicted of corruption
The Philippine Senate has found Renato Corona guilty of breaching the nation's constitution.
Dollars flee from India to Southeast Asia
As foreign funds pull out of India, its smaller neighbors are reaping the benefits
Manny Pacquiao, gay marriage and sloppy journalism
Eviscerating a boxer over a non-existent quote
China denies it militarizing for fight over Scarborough Shoal in South China Sea
China has denied it is increasing combat readiness and tit-for-tat behavior in response to a territorial row with the Philippines over a disputed shoal in the South China Sea.
Standoff in South China Sea (Q&A with Asia Society's Andrew Billo)
Southeast Asia policy expert Andrew Billo talks to GlobalPost on the rising Scarborough Shoal conflict between China and the Philippines.
South China Sea: Disco defiance in the Philippines
China warns its citizens to be wary of Filipinos, who fight back with the power of disco.
Philippines: 'Free elephant,' Morrissey asks President Aquino ahead of Manila concert (VIDEO)
Pop icon Morrissey says Mali the Manila Zoo's Asian elephant deserves to retire at a sanctuary after a lifetime in captivity.
Philippines: Butuan store fire kills 17
An early-morning fire at a three-story clothing store in Butuan, Philippines, killed 17 people today.
Philippines: fighting slum evictions with feces?
Stone hurling and water cannons in neighborhood demolition showdowns
Communist rebels kill 10 soldiers in Philippines
New People’s Army guerrillas have killed at least 10 soldiers in an ambush on a a three-vehicle army convoy in the northern Philippines.
China, Philippines discussions end in stalemate
Ships leave disputed area with alleged illegal haul of coral, clams and sharks.
North Korea appoints new defense minister ahead of contraversial rocket launch
Kim Jong Gak was previously in charge of military administration and organization.
Hot and cheap. What else does one need from an airline?
Air Asia: Careful, they’re hot. And the flight attendants aren't bad, either.
Philippines: 300 pitbulls rescued from dog fighting syndicate
The badly injured pitbulls were rescued from a dog fighting ring that police said streamed the illegal fights online, where viewers could place bets.
Philippines: Cruise ship fire on Azamara Quest leaves hundreds of tourists adrift
Luxury cruise ship Azamara Quest, carrying 600 mostly American and German tourists, adrift off the Philippines after engine room fire injures five crew.
Malaysian police to NYT: top terrorist alive but injured
Philippines: paper apologizes for stroke victim montage
Philippines: Facebook wrath over dog-in-a-sack photo
US-Philippines war games risk enraging China
Asia's military spending to exceed Europe's
Hell-gate in the Philippines
Philippines: highly sought terrorist's corpse still MIA
Zulkifli bin Hir, wanted by the U.S., may still be alive
Philippines fuel hike protest makes a splash
Philippines: one-fifth of all cops lack state-issued guns
FHM 'racist' cover pulled
FHM Philippines has decided to axe the cover of its March issue after complaints flooded in from readers who saw a teaser of the latest issue of the popular men's magazine on its website.
South China Sea on the verge of conflict
Heightened tension draws China and U.S.-backed nations closer to naval confrontation
In the Philippines, the ocean is boiling
Suspected sea vent in Cebu province brings seawater to a boil
Philippines former President Gloria Arroyo pleads not guilty to charge of electoral fraud
Landmark case is the "first of many" expected to be brought against Arroyo
Philippines: tourism campaign undaunted by recent kidnappings
Government rolls out "It's More Fun in the Philippines" despite abductions