US cut support of National Election Committee last month after dissolution of opposition party, arrest of its leader; since then, global pressure has mounted on PM Hun Sen
'We're ready to talk anytime,' said Secretary of State Tillerson, while pointing to China to cut off oil supplies to Pyongyang
UN official details Rohingya survivors' accounts of rape, rights abuses
About 60 percent of India’s population of 1.3 billion depends on agriculture for a living.
Suggestion that senators give up US visas is met with silence
A US general calls the new authorities allowing the strikes a 'game-changer'
Citizens who have nothing to do with the issue have been drawn to the revolt at Cai Lay, a provincial district 60 miles southwest of Ho Chi Minh City where drivers feel they have been charged an unfair toll
Cambridge University graduate Rurik Jutting serving life sentence for 2014 cocaine-fueled murders of two Indonesian women
Pakistani Taliban claimed it was behind the deadly ambush in North Waziristan
China balances “open Internet” and censorship amid western CEOs at global conference
Girls as young as 12 from the refugee families are being married off so that their parents have fewer children to feed at home
The EU and Japan are the biggest donors to Cambodia's election commission