(Channel News Asia) - NATO makes use of Pakistan to get supplies to US troops stationed in neighbouring Afghanistan. But more recently, items such as spy watches, spectacles and other gadgets, have ended up being sold in the Pakistani city of Lahore.
(Channel News Asia) - Phnom Penh is bracing for yet another round of political protests, with 10,000 people set to rally over the next three days against alleged voting irregularities in July's general election.
(Channel News Asia) - Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was on his first state visit to Indonesia on Friday aimed at broadening relations between Asia's two largest democracies.
(Channel News Asia) - Laos has become the first Southeast Asian country to introduce a vaccine to combat cervical cancer for free, thanks to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Inoculations.
(Channel News Asia) - The latest report from the Comptroller and Auditor General of India slammed Narendra Modi's administration for shoddy implementation of a scheme aimed at fighting malnutrition among children and young girls.
(Channel News Asia) - Thousands of Filipinos converged at Manila’s central business district of Makati to renew their call for President Aquino and lawmakers to abolish all forms of pork barrel funds, an alleged source of corruption.
(BBC) The UN says an independent inquiry must be held into Thailand's recent unrest, in which more than 80 people died.
(BBC) A tsunami warning to Pacific islands has been lifted after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Vanuatu.
(BBC) North Korea is to sever all ties with the South as tensions escalate over the sinking of a South Korean ship.
(BBC) Bangkok reopens for business after last week's violence, but the military seeks to extend an overnight curfew for a week.
(BBC) Damaged Thailand considers its difficult future
(BBC) Thailand's government says Bangkok is largely under control, a day after deadly violence and numerous fires.
(BBC) Fires rage in the Thai capital Bangkok as the government imposes a curfew after the surrender of red-shirt protest leaders.
The interim government of Kyrgyzstan declares a state of emergency in Jalalabad after clashes killed two people.
South Korea's foreign minister blames the North for sinking a South Korean naval vessel in March.
Leaders of the anti-government protests that have paralysed the heart of Bangkok surrender, after troops storm their camp.