Villagers reclaim their shattered homes and lives from Taliban in northern Pakistan.
Reclusive nation has somehow managed to make each threat sound more dangerous - and newsworthy - than the last.
Protests and counter protests over bloggers accused of insulting Islam highlights a deep divide in Bangladeshi society.
Saturday's protests were officially called and led by the Hefazat-e-Islam party - a conservative Muslim party.
Most reporters asked about Australia-centric issues, but Fiji’s future was our main course of discussion
Flight over the world's tallest mountain retraces the route taken by two Scotsmen 80 years ago.
Sceptics can only hope the Manila-MILF peace deal will last longer than the "failed experiment" it will be replacing.
Malaysians are waiting for prime minister Najib Razak to announce elections, which are expected to be closely-fought.
While the fanfare from his party was at fever-pitch, the former Pakistan president received only a tepid public welcome.
Forty-five years on, details of an alleged secret plot to destablise the Philippine province remain hard to come by.
Country's opposition finds new political landscape as it begins campaign for 2015 elections.