Former Thai PM charged with murder over deadly crackdown on protests
Former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy have been charged with murder over the deadly military crackdown on protesters in 2010.
Thailand: ex-premier facing murder charge
British-born former leader accused in death of bystander during violent protests
Thailand: King Bhumibol Adulyadej makes rare public appearance to call for unity
Thais have turned out in their hundreds of thousands to witness a rare public appearance by their revered and ailing King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Bangkok's Royal Plaza.
Asia: Hopes rise in fight against HIV/AIDS
Countries throughout Asia have made huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS, but now is not the time to let up.
Thailand: Police fire tear gas at anti-government protests
Some 10,000 protesters gathered in Bangkok's Royal Plaza calling for Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's government to be overthrown.
India: The world is fat, but are McDonald's and Frito-Lay to blame?
For the first time in history, more people are obese than hungry. But is the spread of western-style junk food really the culprit?
Obama urges restraint over Asian territorial disputes
Obama urged restraint over Asian territorial disputes at the East Asia Summit in Cambodia on Tuesday.
Photos: Obama mania in Cambodia
Villagers who pay the price of development put hopes on Obama.
India: Manmohan Singh makes pitch for broad role in SE Asia
Indian prime minister backed a free trade agreement with ASEAN and called for increased cooperation on security in Phnom Penh
In Thailand, Barack does Buddhism
A POTUS in search of "good vibes"
Obama: America should “get its hands dirty” in Southeast Asia
The President will rub shoulders with a strongman and an ex-junta loyalist.
Obama's visit to Myanmar an exercise in 'soft power'
The first visit to Burma by a sitting US president is laden with political and economic implications, and China is watching very closely.
Obama lands in Thailand, kicking off historic Asia tour
Visit underscores Obama administration's Asia focus.
7-Eleven in Southeast Asia: The rise of a junk food empire
A Texas-born quickie mart chain explodes across tropical Asia.
"Evil Man from Krabi": rape case inspires sinister justice song
Musician father warns man alleged to have raped his 19-year-old daughter
"A Thai-blooded girl wins the election"
Thai press cheers on Bangkok-born, congresswoman-elect Tammy "Ladda" Duckworth
For Southeast Asians, Obama’s re-election offers continuity
Poor villagers in the region can cite Obama’s name while even college grads may be stumped if asked to name his Republican rival.
Fighting outside pressure, Laos proceeds with super dam
Transforming the Mekong River into a hydro-power express
Laos to start building Mekong 'mega dam' this week
The government in Laos says construction of its controversial dam on the Mekong river will begin in a few days' time.
America the Gutted: A foolproof way to create US jobs
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16 tiger cubs rescued from back of pickup in Thailand (VIDEO)
Thai police find 16 tiger cubs hidden in back of pickup near border with Laos.
How China wields 'soft power' in the Golden Triangle
As the world focuses on China’s actions in the South China Sea, the Asian giant exercises a different kind of power along the Mekong border.
Asia's newest elite drink? Elephant dung coffee
$1,100 a kilo for coffee beans picked from piles of feces
Running bootleg software in Asia? Beware U.S. lawsuits
Sued by Massachusetts, Thai seafood exporter settles for $10,000
Thais and Cambodians tiff over reporter appearing to step on image of recently deceased Cambodian King Sihanouk (VIDEO)
Thailand tells social media users not to "like" Facebook image of Thai reporter appearing to tread upon image of Cambodia's King Sihanouk
Cobra Gold: Myanmar gets invite to US-Thailand military exercises
Myanmar, long ostracized for its human rights abuses, may be invited to observe the annual military drill known as Cobra Gold.
Digital democracy: the joys and perils of voting for president via email
More voters love emailing ballots. But is digital voting a threat to national security?
Thailand: monks on meth
Monkhood tarnished by flurry of meth scandals
Bangkok's new, yawn-inducing slogan
The "City of Angels" adopts a tedious moniker
Cambodia: shrinking forests breed violence
Three activists and villagers have died this year because of logging and land grabbing in Cambodia.
Are expats America’s laziest voters?
Even in era of emailed ballots, corralling far-flung voters proves troublesome.