An 'Illegal Playground' For Wildlife Trade
March 19 2015 4:14 AM EDT
A report, released by the Environmental Investigation Agency, alleges that endangered wild animals are being sold openly in parts of Laos.
Singapore's Founding Father Lee Kuan Yew Remains 'Critically Ill'
March 19 2015 2:53 AM EDT
The latest announcement comes as police officials investigate a website that falsely announced the former premier's death.
Clemency Appeal Hearing For Bali Nine Duo Postponed
March 19 2015 2:22 AM EDT
Australia has tried to convince Indonesia to grant clemency to two of its nationals sentenced to death for smuggling drugs.
'Wise Hunters' Will Nail 'Crafty Foxes'
March 19 2015 1:45 AM EDT
China has employed diplomacy, and more unorthodox measures, to secure the return of fugitives who have fled abroad.
US Developers Entice Wealthy Chinese
March 19 2015 1:37 AM EDT
A record number of EB-5 investor visas were issued last year, with 85 percent of them going to wealthy Chinese investors.
Yahoo To Close China Operation
March 18 2015 9:50 PM EDT
The company is shuttering a research and development facility, its last outpost in China, after it sold its other operations to Alibaba group.
A More 'Secure' Pirate Bay Evades UK Piracy Blockade
March 18 2015 9:35 PM EDT
The notorious file-sharing site is no longer inaccessible in the U.K.
Singapore To Probe Lee Kuan Yew Death Hoax
March 18 2015 5:32 PM EDT
Some major news organizations circulated a death hoax about Singapore's founder, former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
Mobile Developers Look To China For Growth
March 18 2015 3:42 PM EDT
Deals with phone makers such as Xiaomi, ZTE, Lenovo and Huawei can help app companies reach millions of consumers.
'Battlefield Hardline' Hit By DDoS Attack
March 18 2015 1:59 PM EDT
Looks like DDoS attacks aren't going anywhere soon. "Battlefield Hardline" is working again for Xbox One owners after some issues last night.
India Ready For World Cup Knockout Rounds
March 18 2015 1:21 PM EDT
India take on Bangladesh in the 2015 Cricket World Cup quarterfinals at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
China Is Running Out Of Space To Store Oil
March 18 2015 11:06 AM EDT
China, the world’s second-largest oil consumer, has been stockpiling cheap crude for months. That’s over, for now.
China Pledges $4.9M For Cyclone-Hit Vanuatu
March 18 2015 9:27 AM EDT
Beijing joins global efforts to help an island nation in the Pacific recover from a storm that devastated most of its infrastructure.
Alibaba Looks To India For E-Commerce Growth
March 18 2015 8:45 AM EDT
The subcontinent's online shopping startups are seeking huge valuations as they raise billions of dollars.
Japan Nuclear Reactor Closer To Restarting
March 18 2015 8:14 AM EDT
Many have protested the government’s plan to relaunch the country’s nuclear energy program following the Fukushima disaster.
Solar Impulse Delayed By 'Excessive Administration' In Narendra Modi's Home State
March 18 2015 8:09 AM EDT
The solar-powered plane took off from the Indian city of Ahmedabad on Wednesday after being delayed by bad weather and paperwork.
Indonesia Ends Search For Flight 8501 Victims
March 18 2015 6:36 AM EDT
The search for 56 people on board AirAsia Flight 8501, which crashed in the Java Sea on Dec. 28, has been called off.
House Prices In China Fall At Record Rate
March 18 2015 4:53 AM EDT
Property prices in 70 Chinese cities fell last month at their fastest rate since national surveys began four years ago.
Singapore's First Premier Lee Kuan Yew 'Critically Ill'
March 18 2015 4:17 AM EDT
Lee Kuan Yew was admitted to hospital on Feb. 5 for severe pneumonia and was later put on life support.
Windows 10 Could Go On Xiaomi Smartphones
March 18 2015 2:14 AM EDT
Microsoft needs more people to use its Windows smartphones and the company is partnering with Xiaomi to test interest.