16:50 UK time, Thursday, 13 June 2013
For China, Edward Snowden's sudden arrival in Hong Kong brings both a gift and a dilemma, says the BBC's Damian Grammaticas.
Singapore and Indonesia schedule an emergency meeting after haze in Singapore soars to hazardous levels, breaking all previous records.
China's manufacturing activity weakens further in June, falling to a nine-month low as demand falls, according to a preliminary survey by HSBC.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry calls the Afghan leader to defuse tension over the opening of a Taliban office, an Afghan official tells the BBC.
00:57 UK time, Tuesday, 18 June 2013
The break-up of India's main opposition alliance points to divisions over Narendra Modi's elevation in the BJP.
Lyse Doucet on tortuous process that led to US-Taliban talks
Will China's new middle class spend its way to dominance?
How Asia's booming middle class will change the world
The air force pilot who took her daughter on missions
Why it is too soon to call time on Abenomics
What has happened to Thailand's missing children?
The elite Afghan forces taking over from Nato
Why India's opposition is in disarray
From Canada to South Korea, a look at the cities set to redefine urban living
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