This month, from September 20 to 27, the world will observe Global Climate Week, with events taking place all over the world.
On Saturday, Malaysia celebrated her 62nd anniversary of independence, led by the 94-year old but digitally savvy Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
When they hurled insults at each other such as “little rocket man” and “dotard,” and traded threats of nuclear annihilation, few could imagine that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump would develop such a l
Cambodia’s demographics are fundamentally changing. According to government statistics, the elderly population is growing.
Cambodia's roads are getting more dangerous. A 2013 World Health Organisation road safety report estimated that around 2,400 Cambodians are killed annually in road accidents.
Nuon Chea, the Khmer Rouge’s “Brother Number Two” died in hospital on August 4 at the age of 93.
The past five years have been the hottest on record in Asia and the Pacific. Unprecedented heatwaves have swept across our region, cascading into slow onset disasters such as drought.
Record-breaking dengue outbreaks around the region have scientists and medical professionals questioning just how much climate change is to blame for the spike in cases.
The Group of Seven (G7) met in the small Atlantic coastal town of Biarritz in France from Saturday to Monday for this year’s edition.
Asean has a lot of work to do for the sake of its own relevancy as Myanmar and Bangladesh make another attempt to repatriate thousands of Muslim Rohingyas to strife-torn Rakhine state.