Al Jazeera correspondent narrates horror of school massacre in Pakistan's Peshawar that left scores of students killed.
President Xi's massacre commemoration speech testifies to a government more focused on the present than the past.
Demonstrators vow to regroup and continue their campaign for democracy in the Chinese territory.
What is it like for a woman who uses public transportation for her daily commute in the Indian capital Delhi?
A filmmaker recounts his journey into and out of the heart of a multi-billion dollar black market industry.
One woman recalls the early hours of December 3, 1984 when the gas leak from a pesticide factory killed thousands.
The business potential of the globally popular ancient practice makes the newly created ministry easier to justify.
After suffering a major electoral defeat at home, US president seeks to boost legacy through foreign affairs in Asia.
One year after Typhoon Haiyan devastated large parts of country, many people still need more aid to help rebuild lives.
In the shadow of the slow recovery, emotional wounds have yet to heal a year after devastating storm hit Philippines.
Authorities in Thailand uncover boat people held captive in jungle, kidnapped with promises of work.