Myanmar junta reduces Suu Kyi jail sentence to 2 years
The charges included incitement against the military and violating COVID regulations. The first ruling since her ousting and arrest following a military coup was met with global outrage.
Solomon Islands PM Sogavare survives no confidence vote
The vote comes a week after violent protests left four dead with Solomon Islands leader Manasseh Sogavare alleging a coup is being orchestrated by "Taiwan's agents."
Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi jailed for four years
The charges against her included incitement against the military and violating COVID regulations. It is the first ruling since her ousting and arrest following a military coup on February 1.
India Fresh violence erupts after civilian killings in northeast
Violence in the state of Nagaland escalated a day after security forces killed civilians in a botched counterinsurgency operation. State police has filed a murder case against the army unit.
Opinion Aung San Suu Kyis plan for Myanmar has failed
Hopes were high in 2015 after Aung San Suu Kyi and her party gained power. However, her attempt to lead the country into a better future with nonviolent means has been unsuccessful, says DW's Rodion Ebbighausen.