Amid the violence, one can only hope the kind, generous Thai people will resolve their seemingly impossible divisions.
My view of the world as a news anchor has changed irrevocably after a visit to Typhoon Haiyan's "ground zero".
Nepalis are worried that political wrangling may delay the country's new democratic constitution.
Beijing's new air defence zone has upset the regional status quo and prompted Tokyo and Seoul to revisit defence policy.
Raheel Sharif’s reputation as professional soldier with no obvious political ambitions possibly helped him get the post.
Government unlikely to allow rallies to continue indefinitely, but questions remain over what it may do to stop them.
Join the hunt for a wildlife trafficker who has successfully eluded authorities time and again.
Chinese woman raises dozens of abandoned children with various disabilities, challenging country's one-child policy.
Nepal's first elected government failed to agree a constitution. Politicians know another failure is out of the question
Sri Lanka thinks hosting the Commonwealth summit is proof that it's on the right path, but others aren't so sure.
Exactly a week after typhoon struck, it is clear people have been let down by their government, both local and national.