The resignation of chief executive Leung has emerged as the main demand but opinion is split on how to achieve the goal.
Beijing's attempt to control the political future of Hong Kong has stirred its long-dormant will for freedom.
A young boy's question to our journalist covering Sri Lanka's inquiry into people who went missing during civil war.
Something about the name Khorasan, which the US says is a group of al-Qaeda veterans, doesn't feel right.
Hundred shelter in relief centres set up by government after floods washed away homes, possessions, and livelihoods.
One year after the rebel attack, thousands of displaced people continue to struggle in makeshift camps.
More than two decades after the collapse of communism, the legacy of Soviet rule remains strong in the country.
UN conference in Samoa tackling challenges facing the world's small island states attracts little media coverage
In contrast to US, strict gun controls and restrained policing have slashed number of deaths by firearms in Australia.
Those behind moves to change Australia's constitution say its current framework has led to indigenous disadvantage.
Voting is underway in a presidential election tipped to be the tightest contest in the country's history.