Two Vietnamese people were given jail terms of between one and three years Sunday for instigating violence and vandalism in anti-China riots that hit Taiwanese-owned factories in Vietnam in mid-May.1 Comment
Vietnam's prime minister on Wednesday called on the world to condemn China for causing what he called an “extremely dangerous” situation in the disputed South China Sea, citing Beijing's recent deployment of an oil rig near an island that both countries claim.2 Comments
Amid rising concerns over escalating anti-China unrest and damages to Taiwan-invested assets in Vietnam, the Ministry of Labor (MOL) yesterday announced that it may consider enacting an across-the-board halt to admitting Vietnamese migrant workers.7 Comments
Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, leaders of India's defeated Congress party, offered to resign Monday after last week's election debacle but colleagues rebuffed their offer, a senior party figure said.
Almost 2,000 Chinese citizens were evacuated from riot-hit Vietnam by sea on Monday, with another two ships following, as Hanoi stifled fresh protests over a territorial dispute and foreign investors counted the cost.1 Comment
Vietnamese security forces stifled fresh protests Sunday over China's plans to drill for oil in contested waters, as Beijing sent five ships to help evacuate its nationals from Vietnam following deadly mass riots last week.1 Comment
President Mahinda Rajapakse led celebrations at a major victory parade Sunday to mark the fifth anniversary of the end of Sri Lanka's Tamil separatist war, as commemorations for its victims were blocked.
Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Sunday challenged the powerful army to help amend the constitution that is barring her from running for president in next year's general elections.
Taiwanese workers told of their fear as they hid from Vietnamese rioters who ravaged hundreds of foreign-owned factories in Vietnam during violent demonstrations against China this week, burning several to the ground.
Vietnamese spouses of Taiwanese citizens Thursday plead for people not to direct public anger at them over the anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam.