A minister for the country’s shadow government says that the UN must uphold the will of the Myanmar people and that a defensive war is necessary
Myanmar’s COVID-19 battle is facing further complications amid the fallout from February’s military coup
After the NUG’s acting president, Duwa Lashi La, called for a nationwide uprising, there have reports that the government has increased its military presence in Yangon
The Credentials Committee must decide whether the ousted government or the junta that seized power will take the UN seat
Data shows Hong Kong has seen biggest population decline in 60 years
Critics say RTHK is losing editorial independence, but officials insist changes are in line with its charter
Civil Human Rights Front is the latest pro-democracy group to fold in Hong Kong
With former colleagues arrested, ex-Apple Daily reporter raises concern about future prospects in Hong Kong
Myanmar’s future is unclear despite junta leader's promise of new elections
Leon Tong Ying-kit was found guilty this week by a special High Court panel
Activist says, 'I believe that no one person or political party in Hong Kong can clearly know where the red-line of the National Security Law is'
Tong Ying-kit was accused of driving his motorcycle into police officers while carrying a flag with the phrase, 'Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times'
Demonstrations that paused for months have returned even as Thailand faces its worse wave of COVID-19 cases
'People are desperately looking for oxygen,' says frontline healthworker as COVID-19 chaos surges
Co-founder of the Philippines' media site Rappler says online disinformation and hate is putting Philippines' democracy at risk
The national security law continues to influence pro-democracy groups to scale back any risks
With six journalists in jail, and three in hiding overseas, Myanmar’s independent broadcaster DVB finds itself reporting through a second military coup
As China exuberantly celebrated 100 years of the Communist Party in Beijing, the mood and atmosphere in Hong Kong was different
Police superintendent tells local media that Chow Hang Tung's arrest 'in accordance with the law'
Wanted by military, Mratt Kyaw Thu says constant fear of being detained and tortured was too much to bear