American evangelist Billy Graham died Wednesday at the age of 99. VOA's Bill Gallo takes a look at the international legacy he leaves behind.
The commander of the New People’s Army says they cannot be alienated from the people
Former opposition lawmaker seeks explanation from Hun Many, who says his Facebook account was hacked, as women allegedly involved distance themselves
Months after dissolution of Cambodia's main opposition party, many people say publicly supporting the opposition has become risky — 'now we don't dare to talk'
Final decision of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is expected to be announced on Thursday
Assertion by US president's son comes during his trip to India that has raised ethical concerns about Trump name being used to promote international business ventures
A major blow the party before Senate elections
The film is based on the true story of a social entrepreneur who set out to make low-cost sanitary napkins
The suspects were arrested in a series of raids in January and early February
Jessica Diggins and Kikkan Randall became the first Americans to win an Olympic gold medal in the sport on Wednesday by shocking powerhouses Norway and the Sweden in the women's team sprint at the Pyeongchang Games
Human Right Watch says government forces killed at least 20 civilians in recent US-backed operations
Critics say new law will hamper criticism of and decrease accountability for politicians