From Yangon to Phnom Penh and Manila, democracy is falling apart in the region.
Rights groups said they were nothing more than an attempt by prime minister Hun Sen to crush his opponents.
The story behind the broom and other enigmas at the storming of the Capitol.
Kaavan spent 35 years in a zoo in Pakistan, the last eight all alone. Now he gets to live among other Asian elephants at a sanctuary.
With their "super-sniffer" noses, African giant-pouched rats are also being trained to lead search-and-rescue missions following earthquakes and other natural disasters.
To fill up the Tonle Sap lake, its river reverses course twice a year. But droughts and dams appear to have stilled the unique phenomenon.
The story of Magawa, a rat who detects landmines in Cambodia, shows how even the tiniest of creatures can work towards peace.
New research found that gibbons alter their behavior in the presence of tourists, which could lead to weakened immune systems that make them susceptible to infection.
The “Ting Mong” scarecrows are not just for birds, but spirits and ghosts too.
Different species of turtle are under threat or endangered across Southeast Asia.
The U.S. Treasury said Union Development Group displaced local residents. But Cambodia has also become a kind of battleground between the two powers.
Authorities have detained a young rapper and popular TikTok user as the space for free expression grows even smaller.