• Nov 22, 2019
Ten years on, the relatives of those slain at the Maguindanao massacre, the deadliest single attack on journalists in history, still await justice. Will they find it in the face of a culture of impunity in the Philippines?
The Philippines’ House this week approved a bill that would lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility to just 12 years, as the government bids to crack down on gangs using children for illegal activities. Here, we look at the laws in the rest of Southeast Asia to see how the Philippines compares
• Jan 24, 2019
Singapore’s civil aviation authority announced its support for the commercial use of drones in delivering parcels, inspecting buildings and providing security – according to AFP – a move that further highlights the country’s ambitious commitment to drone technology
• Nov 28, 2018
Malaysia was shocked by the murder of socialite Altantuya Shaariibuu, who was shot and then blown to pieces with explosives. Will Mahathir's election victory lead to the reopening of the case?
• May 11, 2018
Almost six years ago, Frenchman Laurent Vallier was found drowned in a pond along with his four children in rural Cambodia. Investigations have been at times farcical and fruitless – and the unsolved murder still haunts the area
• Jun 16, 2017