A country with a history of violence, crime and corruption is effectively leaderless: when two men claim the country’s top job, it means no one is really doing it.
Rising attendances at schools and universities have increased the demand for books, helping the book industry in the Afghan capital to leave its dark days behind.
The deadly attack on a Pakistany military post has reinforced the opinion that the US is not to be trusted and that the government should reconsider its controversial alliance.
The former president's lawyers are all over the media, decrying the rapidness of her hospital arrest.
Haqqani case creates an opportunity to debate openly the role the army plays, without fear of anyone questioning your patriotism.
Following “the Al Barka incident”, in which 19 members of the Philippine military were killed in a fire fight with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, gunmen on both sides are left questioning why the two sides are even at odds to begin with.
Villagers who rely on the Prey Lang forest for their livelihood protest against logging.
As I arrived in Mirpur Khas, I saw thousands of women begging for food outside the home of a political leader from the ruling party. He was nowhere to be seen, and after waiting for hours, they went back to their makeshift shelters on small islands surrounded by stagnant water that engulfed graveyards and public parks.
Robin Forestier-Walker reflects on Kyrgyzstan's presidential election.
Not only has the disaster been exacerbated by contradictory statements by local and national elected officials, but the flow of water from north to south has been hindered by politics.
The 'Protest CHOGM' rally - held to coincide with the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Perth, Australia - saw an eclectic mix of groups.