The State Department warned US citizens living in or traveling to China they may face arbitrary arrest, the latest sign of deteriorating relations between Washington and Beijing.
- by Erik Wasson
As a lawyer, he won a host of landmark cases for women's rights and was honoured with the "women's rights award", but an allegation this week tainted his name.
- by Choe Sang-Hun
Even small shifts in the PAP's popularity can lead to major policy changes, and incumbent PM Lee Hsien Loong struck a downbeat tone on Saturday.
- by Tom Westbrook, John Geddie and Aradhana Aravindan
Why is Australia offering visas to some Hongkongers? Who will be eligible? What are the politics of the move?
- by Eryk Bagshaw
On its official WeChat account, the Chinese embassy flagged a "significant increase" in cases on three Kazakh cities since mid-June.
- by David Stanway
Broadcaster Al Jazeera is calling for Malaysian authorities to "respect media freedom" as five Australian journalists are investigated for a documentary that is critical of the government.
- by Nicole Precel
Singapore has been ruled by the People's Action Party since 1959. That's unlikely to change now, but the vote still matters a lot.
- by James Massola
Park Won-soon’s body was found in hills in northern Seoul, more than seven hours after police launched a massive search for him.
- by Kim Tong-Hyung
Indonesia has recorded more than 2000 cases of coronavirus in a day for the first time and infection rates are rising rapidly.
- by James Massola and Amilia Rosa
The government had no choice but to respond to China's new crackdown but it has done so carefully.
- The Herald's View