This Was Probably the Most A-meow-zing “Puss Conference” Ever

Pakistan politician accidentally does livestream with cat whiskers and ears.

Tiananmen, the Aftermath: Survivors Who Lived to Tell Their Tales

Tiananmen exiles say their dream of returning to a democratic China is more distant than ever.

Indonesia's Joko Widodo Re-Elected President as Rival Cries Foul

Indonesia’s election commission has formally announced Joko Widodo as the winner - a day earlier than scheduled.

Is Singapore Trying to Stifle Its People?

Singapore passed laws that will allow authorities to order the removal of online content.

An Inside Look at India’s Star-studded Election

The rich and famous have come out in droves to vote and they want their fellow Indians to do the same.

Scores of Election Staff Dead After Indonesian Polls

More than 270 election staff have died from overwork-related illnesses.

Two Koreas Mark Moon-Kim Summit Anniversary with Different Tones

North and South Korea struck different notes as they marked the first anniversary of a summit between their leaders.

What You Need to Know About Indonesia’s Huge Presidential Election

Muslim-majority Indonesia is set to hold the biggest, most complex one-day elections in the world.

Trump and Kim Nuclear Talks End in Uncertainty

President Donald Trump’s long- awaited second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ended inconclusively. So what's next?

In Malaysia, You Can Still Be Charged for Spreading 'Fake News'

Despite Parliament passing the repeal, Dewan Negara claimed the Act was needed to curb fake news.