Despite international attention to Myanmar's reforms, some things have not changed and have in fact worsened.
Canadian-Pakistani cleric Tahirul Qadri intends to create his version of Egypt’s Tahrir square in Islamabad.
Rizana Nafeek's family struggle to deal with what they consider to be a grave injustice against their daughter
Sombath Somphone has been missing for a month. His wife says she can't understand why.
Afghan president implies he can’t wait for foreign troops to leave, and now that feeling is mutual.
Millions of pilgrims arrive at the River Ganges to celebrate the Kumbh Mela pilgrimage.
Humour helps, but the Chinese capital's record-breaking pollution problem is no laughing matter.
Despite the tough language being used over the Indian soldiers' deaths, the response so far has remained at that.
The brutality of the gang-rape and the circumstances of the victim have affected India like no other rape case has
The damage to buildings is random with some completely destroyed while others remain intact.
Protesters pose an early test to President-elect Xi Jinping's stance on press freedoms and calls for political reform.