Nepal Wants to Rid Mt. Everest of Dead Bodies and 10,000 Kilograms of Trash
It's a major cleanup effort for a mountain notoriously called "the world's highest garbage dump."
Southeast Asia Should Brace for More ‘Extreme’ Drought, Study Says
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam are particularly at risk.
Thailand’s Plan to Boost Tourism Is to Pay People to Explore Its Hidden Gems
Forget Phuket. Screw Pattaya.
There’s a Worldwide Pork Shortage Due to Widespread Swine Fever in China
About half of the country's 433 million pigs are at risk.
Indonesians Abroad Say They’re Being Denied the Right to Vote
Large voter turnouts and disorganization left thousands of Indonesians in Sydney and Hong Kong unable to cast their vote after standing in line for hours.
South Korea Is Lifting Its 66-Year-Old Ban on Abortions
In a landmark ruling, a South Korean court has ordered lawmakers to revise the ban by the end of 2020.
Question of the Day: What Do You Remember from Falling in Love for the First Time?
"We broke up when she was about to graduate high school. She was going to get married to someone else."
Journalist and Duterte Critic Arrested Upon Landing at Manila Airport
This is Maria Ressa's second arrest this year.
This Bangladeshi Photographer’s Work on Beauty Will Give You Nightmares
In the series 'Concealed,' Bangladeshi photographer Habiba Nowrose explores the sacrifice women make every day to fit society's standards of beauty.
Brunei’s New Anti-LGBTQ Law Introduces Stoning and Whipping
The law is set to take effect next week.
Malaysian Man Arrested at Mumbai Airport for Smuggling Human Embryos
He told the police it's his tenth trip bringing live embryos into the country.