Voters say one thing when the camera is running and another when it's off, as long-term leader set to hold onto power
One survivor of last month's deadly Zamboanga siege says both hostages and hostage-takers are victims of circumstance.
One Afghan man does not reject "economic migrant" theory but says asylum laws leave no option for genuine refugees.
One man tells of how his violin was saved from the flames as hundreds of houses are destroyed in New South Wales.
Waar - one of several feature-length film releases this year - being seen as part of revival of a once vibrant industry.
The killings are a reminder that the war here extends well beyond the battle field, and into cities, houses and mosques.
India's government was commended for saving lives with its evacuation plan. Now people expect it to help rebuild them.
A Malaysian court has banned the use of the word "Allah" by the Catholic newspaper which has found some public support.
A personal account of the 1999 super-cyclone that tore through India's eastern coast, killing about 10,000.
With Obama absent the Chinese President was able to turn the economic summit into the Xi show.
Kayani has proven his critics wrong by setting an example of calling it a day and passing the mantle to next soldier.