Report by Australia's Crime Commission describes doping by "multiple players" in many teams.
China's ruling party is taking steps to address longstanding complaints about the gap between the rulers and the ruled.
Targeted by persistent violence, Pakistan's Hazara Shia live in a cloud of fear and suspicion.
Tens of thousands pay their respects to King Sihanouk who ruled the country for more than 60 years.
As fighting continues in Syria, tit-for-tat crimes within the Syrian community in Australia are becoming more frequent.
The Philippines is forcing China's hand over territorial claims in the East China Sea.
An archaic lese majeste law can result in severe punishments for anyone found guilty of criticising the monarchy.
An Afghan mother launches a landmark lawsuit to find justice for her murdered daughter.
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