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More demonstrations on the streets of Bangkok as the military summons newspaper editors and bans gatherings of more than five people at a time.
General Prayuth's decision to make himself Thailand's prime minister means he now has full ownership of the country's long-running and intractable political crisis.
We get our first glimpse of General Prayuth Chan-ocha's masterplan for Thailand's future - which includes the arrest of a popular protest leader.
Attacks on foreign-owned businesses are rare in Vietnam. Is there more behind the violence than just anti-Chinese sentiment?
A mother and son, who face execution in North Korea, say they fled the country because they were always hungry.
North Koreans caught trying to flee their country face execution. But for one mother and her son, the risk was worth it.
Thailand's constitutional court strikes again as Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is booted out of office after being found guilty of abuse of power.
Her name is Chatwadee Amornphat but her friends call her Rose. She works in London as a hairdresser – nothing special she says – another foot-solider in this multi-cultural mega-city’s workforce. Still, there is more to Rose than meets the eye. Show More Summary
Brunei may be small - but it is earning an over-sized reputation for brutality as it introduces Sharia law punishments for offences including pregnancy outside marriage and homosexual acts.
The recovery teams are quickly losing their best opportunity to find the plane. They have to find what is left of it to have any chance of understanding what really happened.
We're walked to the edge of the runway, where the pilot tells us what he and rest of the crew saw – or in today's case what they didn't see.
Last night Malaysia's transport minister told me flight MH370's data communication system had been deliberately disabled before the last verbal communication from the aircraft.
Once again, the Malaysian authorities offer little new information about the search for flight 370 at a well-attended press conference in Kuala Lumpur.
The head of Malaysia's aviation authority called the disappearance of flight 370 an "unprecedented mystery" - on Tuesday the puzzle got even more perplexing.
There wasn't much that officials from Malaysian Airlines were able to say, other than the fact that flight MH 370, "had gone missing."
There wasn't much that officials from Malaysian Airlines were able to say, other than the fact that flight MH 370, "had gone missing." The overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared over the South China Sea with 239 people on board.
Live updates from Channel 4 News and our team of journalists on the ground in Ukraine as a revolution in the former Soviet country sparks the threat of war with Russia.
No one gets to decide where they are born, but if people had the power to choose, no one would want to be a Rohingya from north-west Burma.
You could, with justification, call it hell on earth. But this poisonous practice takes place far from land, on the tepid seas of South East Asia. It is called slavery and it has not gone away. In fact, there are thousands of slaves currently working and dying on Thai fishing boats. Show More Summary
A court in Italy has reinstated the guilty verdicts against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of UK student Meredith Kercher in Italy. Here is how the media reacted.