(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.