South Korean President Moon lands in Pyongyang to hold talks with Kim

Kim had vowed to work towards denuclearisation during his meeting with Trump Read Article

Typhoon Mangkhut nears Philippines

Farmers in the region, which produces a significant portion of the Philippines' corn and rice. Read Article

China to crack down on 'chaotic' online religious info: Media

China has drawn up new draft guidelines to crack down on the 'chaotic' and illegal online promotion of religion, the official Global Times reported on Tuesday, part of a tough state… Read Article

South Korea's liaison office with North Korea stalled after Trump cancels Pompeo's visit

President Trump had blamed China's interference for the slow progress towards denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula. Read Article

Casino company head in Hong Kong disappears after shares fall

Landing International Development said it was making attempts to contact him.  Read Article

South Korean court extends ex-president Park Geun-hye's jail term

The decision by the Seoul High Court means the former head of state faces 25 years in jail in the case. Read Article

Indonesian earthquake death toll reaches 555, several people still displaced

Many victims were killed by falling debris as the tremors rippled across the island, causing widespread devastation. Read Article

Typhoon Cimaron disrupts western Japan; transportation, power hit

Typhoon Cimaron followed Typhoon Soulik, which passed through southern Japan earlier this week Read Article

Watch: North & South Korean families meet for last time

South Korean Lee Byung-joo, 90, met a nephew and niece, the children of his late elder brother. Read Article

Danger of terrorist activities cause of humanitarian crisis in Rakhine: Suu Kyi

Myanmar has rejected accusations of ethnic cleansing and dismissed most accounts of atrocities. Read Article

Hope to get China to understand Malaysia's problems: PM Mahathir Mohamad

Mahathir did not mention the projects in question but he vowed repeatedly before his China visit to discuss what he called "unfair" Chinese infrastructure deals Read Article

Buddhist monk master in China resigns after sexual misconduct allegations

The abbot of Longquan Temple on the outskirts of Beijing, who is also a member of the Communist Party's top political advisory body, has denied accusations of harassing and demanding sexual… Read Article

As long as US sticks to outdated script, don't expect progress on denuclearisation: North Korea

Top US officials including secretary of state Mike Pompeo have repeatedly called for North Korea to dismantle its nuclear infrastructure Read Article

Dawood Ibrahim's associate Munna Jhingra an Indian citizen, rules Thailand court

Jhingra's father Muddassar Nussain reportedly had links to 1993 Mumbai blasts, ANI reported. Read Article

Asean asks bloc to brace amid trade feuds, repel protectionism

Founded in 1967 during the Cold War, ASEAN steadily weathered storms to become a stable 10-nation bloc, which now draws Asian and world powers in annual gatherings and is forecast to become the… Read Article