US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday urged Cambodia's leader Hun Sen to allow "vigorous but peaceful" political debate, following accusations that he silences opponents in a bid to extend his three-decade grip on power.
Bangkok witnesses a colourful procession, ahead of the cremation of Thailand's most senior Buddhist monk, Supreme Patriarch Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, who died in 2013.
Opposition group in The Gambia say that those resisting the transfer of power to the new President risk becoming a target. Sky's David Bowden reports.
Believers at one of Moscow's Orthodox temples dip into the icy waters of Ivankovskoye lake in Moscow, during the celebration of the Epiphany holiday to commemorate the baptism of Jesus.
Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the Gaza Strip, has managed to end a recent series of protests over the electricity crisis with a security crackdown and aid from Qatar used to purchase more fuel.
A Seoul court refuses to issue an arrest warrant for Samsung heir Lee Jae-Yong, who had been wanted over his alleged role in a corruption scandal engulfing President Park Geun-Hye.
With US president-elect Donald Trump set to take office on Friday, Israelis and Palestinians will both be eager to see whether he plunges the long-stagnant Middle East peace process into uncharted waters, particularly following his pledge to relocate the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv, a promise
In France it slipped into legend after delighting long-haired teenagers in the seventies and eighties, but in Morocco the tireless moped spurts on despite an invasion of cheaper Chinese scooters.
Brazilian authorities move 220 inmates from a prison in the north of the country to end a stand-off and prevent revenge killings after 26 prisoners were slaughtered in faction fighting over the weekend.
Marci Owens stood next to Mr Obama when he signed the Affordable Care Act - but she now worries about the law being scrapped by Donald Trump. Greg Milam reports.
Brazilian authorities say they are deploying 1,000 troops to "clean out" arms and cellphones from restive prisons while police struggle to end a deadly gang face-off in one northern penitentiary. The troops -- the same ones used during the Olympic Games in Rio last year -- don't have the
Could Manuel Valls get another "slap in the face" in the upcoming left-wing primary? Is such violence against a public figure ever justifiable? Should the former Prime Minister have filed a complaint against the 18-year-old responsible for the slap? We take a look at media and social media
Ken Odeluga, market analyst at City Index, explains why the profit warning from Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods relates to the same issues behind Tesco's Marmitegate row last year
US President Barack Obama says he will take a break from politics upon leaving office, but will not hesitate to speak up if America's "core values" are questioned. The outgoing president also says he feels "at his core, we are going to be OK".
So Brexit really does mean Brexit. Theresa May has ruled out a deal that allows the UK to keep its place inside the EU's single market - a divorce whose strategy rests on lower corporate taxes and free trade deals to keep Britain open for business. Will a hard Brexit work? Can you be open for business