North Korea’s cash-strapped economy is under crippling international sanctions, it means traditional elite, rising merchant class may be feeling pinched
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Bangladeshi authorities and U.N. refugee agency have registered more than a quarter million Rohingya refugees and presented them with identity documents.
Bharatiya Janata Party fielding the most candidates among the major parties who are facing criminal charges. Its rival, Congress, is just a step behind.
Each week for the last five or six years, a man named Alan crosses into mainland China to work on sales for a packaging factory.
Hong Kong student activist Joshua Wong was sent back to jail Thursday over his role in leading the 2014 pro-democracy street protests.
Election Commission cut off campaigning early in eastern state of West Bengal after days of clashes in final stretch of the country’s marathon elections.
Thailand’s Election Commission recommended that leader of major political party barred from taking his seat in the soon-to-be-convened parliament.
Bangladesh authorities made a series of new arrests in their crackdown on the right to free speech, Human Rights Watch said today.
In the Chinese Communist Party’s drive to erase markers of Uyghur identity, the Uyghur language is a target because it is a Turkic language.
More than 90% of eligible Australians are expected to vote in the election on 18 May – because it’s one of the few countries to have compulsory voting.