Several areas of the Philippines are under an extreme flood advisory including the Eastern Visayas, Bicol and Calabarzon regions.
Komodo dragons—otherwise known as Komodo monitors—are the largest and heaviest lizards in the world.
California Governor Gavin Newsom pardons three men who were at risk to be deported to Vietnam or Cambodia.
The last documented individual was killed by a hunter in 1990.
Malaysia follows Vietnam, which pulled the movie from theaters earlier this week, protesting a contentious boundary displayed on a map in the DreamWorks production.
Under the new law, online media outlets, including social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, will be forced to issue corrections and remove content that the Singaporean government determines to be untrue, according to Reuters.
Get up close and personal with endangered pachyderms at these ethical elephant sanctuaries.
Megalithic jars were found in 15 sites the Southeast Asian nation of Laos.
The ship is called "Forever Lucky."
Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Prajin Juntong explained that legalization would be carried out and managed under direct government control to ensure that "all benefits will go to the Thai people and the country."
Anton Ilichev was found dead in his cabin on December 6.
Government health officials in England say a man in the U.K. picked up the world's "worst-ever" case of super-gonorrhea after a sexual rendezvous with a woman in southeast Asia.
Iran said ISIS will next focus on Central Asia, but it still has sway in parts of the Caucasus, the Gulf, North and sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.
Several Singaporeans have been arrested in recent weeks for trying to reach ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
The attack by Islamist militants on Marawi had "all the hallmarks of a professional military operation."
One guard was killed, while eight prisoners have been caught—two surrendered and six were killed.
Everything from women's rights to satellites is being used by Mekong locals to address intense dry seasons, wetter monsoons and rising sea levels—all signs of devastating climate change.
Indonesian, Malaysian, Philippine and Thai authorities say up to 1,200 have traveled to Syria and Iraq to fight with ISIS.
The creature has a strange-looking, horseshoe-shaped structure on its face.
Several thousand migrants, many of them hungry and sick, are adrift in boats in Southeast Asian seas and governments of the region must rescue them quickly to avert a "massive humanitarian crisis," the U.N. says.
A new study says malaria is resisting the most effective drugs in Southeast Asia.