Bangladesh prods Burma over its treatment of a Muslim minority group.
The memoir of a Chinese leader comes out in time for the 20th anniversary of the crackdown that coincided with his ouster.
Have talks settled a long-running dispute over plans to mine gold at a sacred Tibetan site?
Residents of a strategically located village find themselves at odds with troops sent to pressure them into a land deal.
Accusations fly after a protest over alleged graft turns violent.
The U.S. commander in chief makes a blunt appeal to Burma's ruling junta: Let her go.
An aide to China's late ex-premier discusses the legacy Zhao Ziyang left behind, and how it might still change China.
Pyongyang ratchets up tensions as the major powers lash out over its nuclear test.
Tibetan Buddhists regard it as a sacred site. Gold deposits make Ser Ngul Lo valuable in other ways too, and tensions are rising.
They're well cared for, staff say, but ethnic Uyghur children are required to assume Chinese identities in a Xinjiang orphanage.
Parents of missing children in China call for a more thorough investigation as the number of kidnappings grows.
The sole aid group caring for Lao Hmong asylum-seekers in a Thai camp pulls out, citing pressure from a military that wants them repatriated.
After an international outcry, Burma's ruling generals let diplomats and a handful of reporters into a high-profile trial.
Vietnamese MPs are to debate a planned mine involving a Chinese firm, as controversy flares over a joint trade promotion Web site.
Two men jailed for a high-profile act of vandalism in 1989 get U.S. asylum and treatment for trauma suffered in prison.
The trial has begun for a pro-democracy leader in Burma accused of violating the terms of her house arrest, amid calls for her release by local activists and global leaders.
More than a year after a major Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, two more Tibetan monks escape arrest and reach India.
The Deputy editor of a Vietnamese tourism publication is fired from his job after the government accuses him of writing what they call ‘sensitive’ articles.
Women belonging to an ethnic minority in northwestern China defend their land in a clash with officials who try to seize it for forced crop production.
Burma's opposition leader, on trial for breaking the terms of her house arrest, has denied any wrongdoing, amid an international outcry over her prosecution.
A former aide releases the memoirs of China's late premier, shattering an official silence on the June 1989 crackdown.
Villagers in a land dispute in eastern China clash with police.
China confirms its fourth case of A/H1N1 flu, including two people who showed symptoms of the virus in Hong Kong.
Workers at a Chinese shoe factory say they are underage, and that officials switched their identification papers to make them seem older.
Authorities tighten security as bereaved parents try to mark the anniversary of a devastating earthquake.
A prominent Uyghur economist takes outspoken aim at the Chinese government's handling of his native Xinjiang region.
U.S. officials call for medical access to a Burmese opposition leader who is ill and under house arrest.
More than 140,000 Vietnamese boat people passed through Hong Kong over a quarter-century, and many are haunted by memories of life in the camps that housed them.
Five Tibetan monks wanted in China for staging protests at a major monastery reach safety in India.
In a new twist on land development tensions in China, authorities in Xinjiang are reclaiming orchards farmed by ethnic Uyghurs.