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Kim Jong Nam murder case: Accused pleads guilty to lesser charge

Doan Thi Huong, 30, from Vietnam, had been facing the possible death penalty if found guilty of the murder of Kim Jong Nam at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in February 2017

Thailand election: Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra claims vote was ‘rigged’

Responding to questions following Thailand's first election since the 2014 military coup, Thaksin Shinawatra rejected the provisional results of Sunday's election which saw the pro-military party winning the popular vote

Pro-military party’s surprise lead in Thai election, partial results show

With 93% of votes counted, the Phalang Pracharat party was first with 7.64 million votes, according to the country's Election Commission

Diggers needed to clear land for graves after Christchurch mosque massacre

As they mourn the 50 confirmed dead, some are still searching for the missing

Journalists lost their liberty to uncover Rohingya massacre in Myanmar

"Both of them uncovered the truth. Now, these journalists who dug up the truth have been imprisoned for seven years. It is completely unfair."

Bangkok: More than 400 schools closed amid ‘unhealthy’ pollution levels

The government confirmed 437 would shut at noon on Wednesday and would not reopen until next week

Abu Bakar Bashir: Cleric linked to Bali bombings must renounce radicalism...

Joko Widodo said radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir must agree to pledge loyalty to the state to win his parole

Concrete-filled bodies found in Thailand are aides of missing activist, police...

Prominent Thai anti-monarchist Surachai Danwattananusorn, 78, and two close aides, known as Phu Chana, 54, and Kasalong, 47, were last seen in Vientiane, Laos, on 11 December 2018