President Donald Trump approved payment of a $2 million bill issued by North Korea for the care of American citizen Otto Warmbier who returned to the U.S. in a coma, The Washington Post reported Thursday. » Read More
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At the opening ceremony of the second Belt and Road forum, China's president discussed his country's plan for further economic reforms. » Read More
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The two nations have unveiled an alliance designed to press governments and tech firms to unite against online extremism.
Thailand's navy has towed a floating home owned by an American bitcoin trader and his Thai girlfriend. They currently face possible death sentences or life imprisonment.
Singapore finance minister Heng Swee Keat is set to become deputy prime minister, the prime minister's office said Tuesday.
China's stronger-than-expected growth claim may be tempting policymakers to pare back stimulus. Analysts say that would be a mistake.
North Korea no longer wants U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo involved in nuclear talks, state media said.
India's benchmark stocks surged to fresh highs this week — after busting a record already once this month, as elections go into full swing in the world's largest democracy.
"Quick counts" tallied by private pollsters based on samples of actual votes showed that Indonesia's incumbent President Joko Widodo is set to beat former army general Prabowo Subianto.
The latest revelation comes less than two months after the collapse of nuclear talks between Trump and Kim in Vietnam.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo appeared set for a second term as "quick count" results from Wednesday's election rolled in.
Terry Gou, who chairs the company that assembles iPhones and more, had told Reuters on Monday that he planned to step down from his role in coming months.
Malaysia's relationship with China is under scrutiny ahead of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's working visit to Beijing in April.
Economic nationalism and issues of religious identity are at the forefront of Indonesia's upcoming elections as the world's largest Muslim-majority country goes to the polls on Wednesday.
On April 17, some 193 million Indonesians will vote for five levels of political office — an exercise described by some analysts as the world's largest single-day elections.
North Korea's cyber capabilities and financial networks pose a threat to Southeast Asia's growing, yet vulnerable, cryptocurrency sector, according to British defense and security think tank Royal United Services Institute.
While results won't be announced till May 23, investors are reading the tea leaves to see what may be on the horizon on trade issues and the regulation of foreign companies.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party hope to win power for a second five-year term but polls suggest it could be a close fight.