The undersea 6.9 magnitude quake could generate tsunami waves along the coasts of Indonesia, Philippines
Canada's government says Sarah McIver, detained in China over a problem with her work permit, has been released
Australian-born Neil Prakash is believed to be a recruiter for Islamic State and is on trial or wanted in terrorism related activities
2018 has been a year of human rights disasters in China, according to an Uighur activist
Vietnam is willing to work toward international standards, setting it apart from neighboring countries
Thailand - known for its tough anti-drug trafficking efforts - made history this month as Southeast Asia’s first country to legalize medical marijuana. Steve Sandford report on traditions and new developments in the kingdom.
Authorities struggle to assess whether Anak Krakatau volcano island could trigger another deadly tsunami
Hackers got access to a resettlement agency's database
A draft decree set to take effect Jan. 1 requires providers of social media, e-commerce and email to make user data available to Vietnamese authorities
Advice from Australia's hottest town: 'Be like the kangaroos, get under the tree'
US Treasury said last week it would remove sanctions against Rusal and its parent if they restructured to reduce the controlling stakes of businessman Oleg Deripaska, who is on Washington's sanctions list
Boom in US fossil-fuel production has been matched by a rush on the other side of the Pacific to build the tankers needed to help supply the seemingly unquenchable thirst for energy among Asia's top economies