Since 2015, South Korea’s marquee LGBT festival has taken place at the iconic plaza in front of Seoul City Hall, but this year the venue went to a Christian youth concert instead.
The island’s main opposition party nominated a former policeman with broad appeal but nebulous views on Beijing as its candidate for the presidency.
Pita Limjaroenrat’s Move Forward party pulled off an unexpected upset in elections.
Thailand’s pro-democracy parties emerged as the biggest winners in nationwide elections held on Sunday.
The instability that led to the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan has plunged millions into poverty and left the country at the edge of default.
The Supreme Court stopped short of ordering the release of the former prime minister, whose detention has triggered violent protests.
At least seven people were killed and dozens more injured in nationwide protests, as a judge extended the former prime minister’s detention.
Demonstrations by the former prime minister’s supporters erupted across the country after he was arrested on corruption charges as he arrived at a court in Islamabad for a hearing in another case.
The leaders of the two U.S. allies met, as their countries continue rekindling cooperation to counter China’s regional aggression and North Korea’s nuclear threat.
It’s a tough time to be a tenant in Singapore, with rent increases outpacing those in London and New York.
The drills, part of the largest-ever annual military exercises with the Philippines, focus on defending the Bashi Channel, a key transit point for the Chinese and American militaries.
Leader Kim Jong Un says the advance will help the country get real-time information on adversaries.
The government is raising more money from people as they struggle to survive the country’s crumbling economy.
Satellite images show a gradual buildup of infrastructure on a Myanmar island well located for surveillance of Indian naval ship movements, satellite launches and missile tests.
Solid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles, faster to deploy and easier to conceal than liquid-fueled ones, mark a significant advance in Pyongyang’s military technology.
More than 100 civilians were killed as the junta seeks to crush armed resistance to its rule.
If reports of the intelligence leak are confirmed, Seoul could ask Washington “to take reasonable measures,” a South Korean official said.
Hideji Suzuki, freed last year after completing a six-year sentence on an espionage conviction in China, describes his ordeal.
All 63 members of the Shenzhen Holy Reformed Church were bound for Texas after departing Thailand by plane following weeklong detention.
Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi told China’s Qin Gang that China should play a responsible international role and called for release of a Japanese citizen detained in China.