Myanmar's Suu Kyi calls the killing of adviser U Ko Ni a "great loss" for the country's struggle for democracy.
Authorities said 13 detainees made their way out of the jail in San Fernando City north of the capital, Manila, before dawn on Sunday.
The trip is the first by a Saudi king to Malaysia in over a decade.
Opposition leader Omurbek Tekebayev was detained on Sunday in connection with an investigation into corruption at a key telecoms company.
Anti-riot police blasted the protesters with water cannons on Saturday after the crowd managed to form a human barricade leading to the embassy gate.
The head of Myanmar’s powerful Wa rebel group threatens to derail the government push for peace.
Speakers at Thursday’s demonstration denounced Canberra's strong support for Tel Aviv as protesters held placards reading, “Netanyahu is a war criminal.”
The regional court in the Manila suburban city of Muntinlupa on Thursday ordered the arrest of Leila De Lima who is presently a senator.
North Korea says the autopsy conducted on the body of King Jong-nam, the exiled half-brother of the North Korean leader is a breach of Korean sovereignty.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is hosting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A Wednesday report by Amnesty International slammed Australia’s abuse of Aboriginal children and asylum seekers held in offshore facilities.
Yanghee Lee visited Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar district, which borders Myanmar's Rakhine state.
Netanyahu visits Singapore as part a drive to expand Israel's ties with Asian states.
The light plane crashed into the roof of a shopping mall outside Melbourne on Tuesday.
A retired police officer claims that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte used to pay him and other police officers to murder criminals.
The footage, released on Monday, purportedly shows a person believed to be the North Korean leader’s half-brother being assaulted at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
Large crowds of Georgians have held a protest against the government’s alleged attempts to silence the most popular TV channel.
Malaysia arrests a North Korean male suspect in connection with the killing of North Korean leader's half brother.
Malaysian authorities are requesting family DNA to ascertain the relation first as they are trying to get to the bottom of the cloak-and-dagger murder.
A wildfire destroys at least 11 homes and forces hundreds of residents to evacuate in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Myanmar says it has ended the military “clearance operations” in its troubled Rakhine State, where Muslim Rohingya have been targeted in a crackdown.
The second female suspect in the killing of North Korea’s exiled half-brother was arrested in Malaysia on Thursday.
The suspect in the killing of the North Korean leader’s exiled half-brother has been arrested at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
Australia is offering money to the asylum seekers it has been holding in off-shore detention camps to persuade them to return home voluntarily.
Early results show a tight race between the Christian incumbent governor and one of his Muslim rivals.
The Australian premier says Canberra is failing to meet the targets for improving the lives of aboriginal people, who are among the country’s most disadvantaged.
The ship transported about 1,500 tonnes of food, clothing and medical items.
Myanmar sentences a Muslim Rohingya to death over his alleged role in a deadly attack on police last October.
The “departmental enquiry” is supposed to determine whether police forces have violated the rights of Muslim Rohingyas in the country.
Turkmenistan’s incumbent, Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, has won the country’s presidential election, preliminary results show.
Polling stations opened early on Sunday in an election that is highly expected to hand a third term in office to incumbent President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov.
Rescue efforts fail to save some 300 whales stranded at a New Zealand coastline.
The casualties occurred on Friday after a tremor measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale rocked the city of Surigao, the capital of Surigao del Norte province.
The demonstrators urged the government to quit the policy of restarting the country's nuclear reactors.
Indonesian authorities find bodies of six people from a sunken Malaysian refugee boat.
The ship carrying food and medicine for the persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority arrived in Yangon on Thursday.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says the Bangladeshi government’s plan to relocate Rohingya refugees to a remote island should be scrapped.
Protesters attempted to disrupt the ongoing construction and redevelopment of the US marine base of Camp Schwab.
Over 1,000 Rohingya Muslims have allegedly been killed in Myanmar amid the army's intensified crackdown, UN officials said.
Pope Francis says Rohingya Muslims are being killed "simply because they want to live their culture and their Muslim faith."
The Philippines plans to ask China and US for help in securing a major waterway from growing piracy.
Some 3,000 families are displaced as a huge fire destroys their homes at a shantytown in Manila.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ spokesman says he "was horrified" by a report of security forces raping Rohingya Muslims in Myannmar.
Japan's central government has proposed to move the base away from Futenma to a less populated part of the island called Henoko.
Human Rights Watch says Myanmar government forces rape and gang raped] Rohingya Muslim systematically.
According to data compiled by an investigation commission, the Catholic priests allegedly abused children between 1950 and 2010.
Bangladesh is pressing ahead with a plan to relocate Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar to a secluded island despite international concern.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte cancels peace talks with communist rebels shortly after ending a ceasefire.
Students and activists from several rights groups urged their governments and the international community to help stop Trump’s travel ban on nationals of seven countries.
In a meeting in Tokyo, the Japanese premier expressed hope that Japan and the US would remain committed to a strong partnership under Trump.
The United Nations blasts Myanmar for committing gruesome violations against its Muslim Rohingya minority.
Indonesia and Australia agree to “choke off” funding to terrorists amid fears of possible Daesh-inspired terror plots in the two states.
At least three people are missing after a factory south of Manila caught fire.
President Duterte says he plans to issue an executive order allowing the military to get involved in his anti-drug campaign.
The landmine, suspected to have been planted by Maoist rebels, went off in eastern India late Wednesday.
An upcoming meeting between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump is reprotedly set to extend by one day.
The Saudi diplomat committed the offence while on holiday in a hotel room in the Singaporean island resort of Sentosa in August last year.
Bangladeshi authorities said on Wednesday that they had arrested the four suspects following a security raid in the capital, Dhaka.
Amnesty International says the majority of killings by Filipino police officers enforcing a war on drugs may amount to crimes against humanity.
"America has tarnished ... the image of their own reputation," said an Indonesian Muslim scholar.
Mourners attend the funeral ceremony of prominent Myanmarese Muslim attorney Ko Ni shot dead at airport.
The victims were killed in two separate avalanches near the capital and the remote region of Pamir, according to officials.
The country plans to relocate Muslim refugees from Myanmar to a remote island.
The Philippines’ police chief says the force is focusing on clearing its ranks of rogue officers.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says the US is endangering regional security by building permanent arms depots in his country.
A prominent Muslim lawyer and adviser to Myanmar's ruling NLD party has been gunned down outside the country’s busiest airport.
Search and rescue operations are underway to find the missing after the boat carrying 31 people sank off Malaysian coast.
The Grumman G-73 “Mallard” flying boat crashed on camera into a river in Western Australia’s state capital, Perth.
Thousands of Australians staged protest marches on Thursday, demanding that the date of Australia Day be changed.
A regional court ruled that the life in prison sentence handed to 66-year-old Azimzhan Askarov at an earlier court of law is to be carried out.
The Philippine defense chief says 25 kidnap victims are still being kept in the southern island of Jolo, which is a stronghold of the Abu Sayyaf militant group.
At least 10 Indonesians are killed after their boat capsized off Malaysia's eastern coasts.
Indonesian authorities have detained 17 nationals upon returning from Syria, suspected of being radicalized.
The magnitude-8 earthquake hit Papua New Guinea’s Autonomous Region of Bougainville on Sunday.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) called on Myanmar on Thursday to stop its "unspeakable cruelty" against Rohingya Muslims.
Myanmar's military is accused of mass human rights violations in Rakhine and Kachin.
The prime minister of Muslim-majority Malaysia has been a vocal critic of Myanmar's government.
Hundreds in the Philippines protest against Donald Trump at the US embassy in Manila.
Three are dead and 20 injured after a car pursued by police rams into pedestrians in a Melbourne mall in Australia.
The Philippine government and communist guerrillas are set to resume peace talks in Rome on Thursday.
Vietnamese police arrested a dozen people for staging a demonstration against the Chinese takeover of the Paracel ]slands on Thursday.
The Taiwanese military is simulating a Chinese invasion during two days of drills.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation calls on the United Nations to stop abuses against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State.
Defense Ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat says Cambodian troops will not participate in the annual "Angkor Sentinel" joint drill as they are needed for local elections in June.
A court hands down death sentences to more than 2 dozen individuals, including a former ruling Awami League member, over the 2014 gruesome murders.
A Turkish cargo plane goes down near the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, killing mostly people on the ground at the crash site.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to impose martial law if his country’s drug problem is not resolved.
Japan and Indonesia have vowed to increase military cooperation in the face of a resurgent China.
Bangladesh police says they have arrested the main mastermind behind last year’s café massacre.
Manila says a South Korean and a Filipino, who were abducted by Daesh-linked militants in the Philippines, have been released.
Lawmakers from the ruling party in Myanmar’s Rakhine State have refused to meet the United Nations special envoy for the country.