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Trump has fired off another tweet barrage, attacking a CNN reporter who said the president-elect "falsely" claimed extensive voter fraud.
Rodrigo Duterte has hit out at what he called Western threats to seek an International Criminal Court indictment over alleged summary executions.
Evercompliant CEO Ron Teicher explains how criminals can now funnel illegally-obtained money through online payment systems.
Hundreds of thousands rallied in Seoul on Saturday for a fifth week against President Park amid an ongoing political scandal.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib said on Sunday that he will "not necessarily" call an early snap election despite the opposition's disarray.
Malaysia's currency has tumbled in the "Trump tantrum," and analysts disagree on whether that's just the beginning or near the end.
A Trump presidency and Republican Congress could mean a new era for private prison contractors.
CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a look at the biggest online scams ahead of the holidays.
Customers of the takeaway app Deliveroo were billed for food they did not order after their passwords were stolen and their accounts hacked.
A top Cambodian court has upheld the life sentences handed to the two most senior surviving members of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Southeast Asia is grappling with rampant maritime piracy that, if left unchecked, could threaten trade in the region.
A proposed class action settlement aimed at fixing millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles is “fatally flawed” and “a dysfunctional sham,” critics say.
Tax-related scams peak during filing season but are a constant threat, cheating individuals and the government out of millions of dollars.
The Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia lack strong naval capabilities to pursue pirates in the Sulu Sea, says Zachary Abuza, professor at the National War College.
Hong Kong signed the Transfer of Sentenced Persons Agreement with Britain a year after the 1997 handover, the SCMP reports.
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