Taiwan, the world's biggest maker of iPhones and iPads, has unexpectedly found its economy held hostage by protests by a young generation of digital natives, spawned – ironically – by its high-tech success.
The head of Emirates Airline wants better sharing of intelligence so that a disaster like that of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 is not repeated.
The full transcript of German aviation journalist Andreas Spaeth's interview with Sir Tim Clark.
Sir Tim Clark called into question who was in control of the doomed aircraft and the role of the Malaysian military.
A newly assertive Russia is talking tough and sending its fleet, army and air force outside its borders, but the Cold War is over and unlikely to come back.
It's killed more people than SARS or bird flu, and has one of the highest mortality rates in history. But how serious a threat is Ebola?
The severe sentence handed down to Chinese activist Ilham Tohti is consistent with a widespread crackdown on dissent.
Cambodian authorities frequently extort money from asylum seekers living in the impoverished nation, according to an investigation that raises new concerns about Australia’s plan to send refugees there.
Barack Obama appealed to Americans' sense of fairness, good sense and patriotism to allow five million undocumented immigrants to remain in the US.
The Egyptian President has hinted he may pardon Australian journalist Peter Greste and his al-Jazeera colleagues.