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Refugee Boat Capsizes Off Bangladesh
A boat carrying scores of Rohingya Muslim refugees capsized while it was heading toward Malaysia.
November 7, 2012
Burma Urged to End Rakhine Sectarian Strife
Deadly sectarian clashes between ethnic Buddhists and Muslims in Burma’s Rakhine state needs to stop, said European Commission ...
November 4, 2012
Philippines, Militants Agree to End Decades-Long Conflict
The Philippines came to a tentative agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front regarding an autonomous region.
October 8, 2012
Burma’s Leader Would Accept a Suu Kyi Presidency
Burma’s President Thein Sein said over the weekend that if opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi were elected ...
September 30, 2012
Former Khmer Rouge Leader Released
A former leader in Cambodia’s genocidal Khmer Rouge regime was freed after a war crimes tribunal found that ...
September 16, 2012
Vietnam’s Prime Minister Threatens Bloggers
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said bloggers who criticized the government will be “seriously punished,” after some ...
September 13, 2012
Burma Announces End to Media Censorship
In one of its most decisive steps toward democracy, Burma’s quasi-civilian government announced the formal end of media ...
August 20, 2012
Metro Manila Sinking, Expert Says
All of the metropolitan area of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is sinking, an expert warned on ...
August 16, 2012
Hillary Clinton in Laos for Landmark Visit
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Laos since 1955 and mainly ...
July 11, 2012
South China Sea Disputes to Dominate ASEAN Meeting
Disputes in the South China Sea will be the main focal point of a regional meeting between foreign ...
July 10, 2012
Burmese Lawyers Suspicious of Reforms
Burmese lawyers say they’ve seen little substantive change so far and still doubt the sincerity of the nation’s ...
July 9, 2012
Baird to Visit Asia Amidst Challenges
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird heads to Asia Saturday for a two-week tour of several countries including China, ...
July 7, 2012
State of Emergency in Western Burma After Violence
A state of emergency was declared in Burma’s Rakhine State (also spelled Arakan State) amid escalating sectarian violence ...
June 10, 2012
Indonesia Finds Black Box in Russian Plane Crash
Indonesian officials on Wednesday found part of the black box containing the flight recorder of the Russian Sukhoi ...
May 16, 2012
Philippines Military Receives $30 Million From US
The United States has tripled the amount of military aid it sends to the Philippines in 2012 upping ...
May 3, 2012
UN Chief Visits Very Different Burma 3 Years Later
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon on Sunday visited Burma.
April 29, 2012
Fears Rekindled in Indonesia Following Two Large Quakes
Two strong earthquakes hit the Indian Ocean off the coast of Indonesia on Wednesday, prompting local officials to ...
April 11, 2012
Burmese Rights Group Wants UN to Address ‘War Crimes’
A prominent Burma rights group is calling on the United Nations Security Council to address human rights violations ...
April 10, 2012
US to Ease Some Sanctions on Burma in Wake of By-election
Just five years ago, Burma’s largest city of Yangon was the stage of a vicious crackdown on tens ...
April 5, 2012
US to Ease Some Sanctions on Burma
U.S. State Department will remove some of its longstanding sanctions against Burma in light of the by-elections that ...
April 5, 2012
Burma Jubilant as Opposition Claims Victory at the Polls
Burma was a happy country on Sunday, with crowds of people singing and dancing in the streets, celebrating ...
April 2, 2012
Burma to Get 159 Observers for Election
Burma will receive 159 international monitors for its elections that are to take place next week—the first time ...
March 28, 2012
Burma’s By-Elections Mostly for Show, Say Critics
Depending on how things go with April 1’s by-elections in Burma, it may nudge Western governments closer or ...
March 28, 2012
Judge Quits Khmer Rouge Trial
The second Western judge in half a year has resigned from the United Nations-backed tribunal tasked with investigating ...
March 19, 2012
Billionaire Red Bull Founder Dies in Thailand
The founder of the Red Bull energy drink, Chaleo Yoovidhya, the third richest man in Thailand, died.
March 18, 2012
Bangkok Taxi Driver Returns 18 Pounds in Gold Jewelry
A Bangkok taxi driver returned gold jewelry worth more than 13 million baht ($423,177) to its owner, four ...
March 17, 2012
Burma’s Demonstration Law Not Good Enough, Says Rights Group
Burma’s new law allowing for peaceful protests and assembly fails to meet international standards, a rights group said.
March 15, 2012
Chinese Citizens Sue Wuhan Officials Over Virus Coverup, Calling Mayor a ‘Murderer’
Murkowski to Vote to Confirm Judge Barrett to the Supreme Court
Sen. Kelly Loeffler Tests Negative for COVID-19 After 2 Staffers Test Positive
Sharyl Attkisson: Special Interests Behind ‘Dangerous’ Social Media Fact Checks
Pence Calls On Joe Biden to Come Forward With Answers on Hunter Biden Scandal
Trump Transition Team Records Were Secretly Given to FBI and Mueller: Senate Committees Report
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump May Sue Lincoln Project Over ‘Defamatory’ Billboards
Trump Expects Saudi Arabia and 4 Other Arab States Will Be Next to Normalize Ties With Israel
Trump Casts In-person Vote in Florida
Pelosi ‘Hopeful’ on Stimulus as Negotiations Continue Into Weekend