Under Thai law, defamation against the king is punishable by up to 15 years in prison. But new demonstrations are pushing boundaries over what can and can't be said.
As unprecedented anti-government demonstrations grow, Panupong ‘Mike’ Jadnok has emerged as an unlikely leader
The Southeast Asian country is one of only a handful globally to still execute people for drug-related offenses
Veronica Koman has been under fire from the Indonesian government, which tried to have her arrested.
Rohingya refugees react to the bombshell testimony from two deserters, which could be a game-changer in ongoing legal efforts to provide justice.
The U.S. Treasury said Union Development Group displaced local residents. But Cambodia has also become a kind of battleground between the two powers.
Thai graffiti artists and painters are exploring increasingly bolder themes in their art - in line with a more assertive pro-democracy youth movement.
The nationwide vote is a key test for embattled leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Christopher Landau, a possible nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, spat back at a student's criticism with caustic sarcasm.
In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, where extrajudicial killings and police brutality are common, the Special Security Force is being seen as dangerous.
A new survey highlights the threats faced by women opposition MPs in countries where authoritarian regimes hold sway.
Capital punishment is still on the books in the Southeast Asian country.