Indian authorities have begun inquiries into an incident in which an angry mob killed a man in India's northeastern city Dimapur. The local government has imposed curfew in the area.
A pastor from Canada, missing in North Korea, has been detained by authorities. He joins a number of Christians from North America to be arrested in the communist state.
Indonesia has rejected a proposal by the Australian government to swap prisoners to spare the lives of two convicted drug smugglers. The Australian nationals are due to be executed on an Indonesian island.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has renewed pledges to tackle the country's air pollution as the issue takes center stage at the annual National People's Congress. But will it be enough? DW talks to analyst Isabel Hilton.
China has grown to become the second-biggest economy worldwide, having posted double-digit expansion figures for decades. But now it must shift into a lower gear while trying to avoid damaging its economic engine.
As China's National People's Congress gets underway, lawmakers may decide on allowing armed forces to be deployed abroad to counter terrorism. DW talks to analyst Andrew Scobell about the draft law and its implications.
Almost a year after its disappearance, the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 remains a mystery - a painful situation that has impacted the lives of many, as Sarah Bajc, whose partner was on the jet, tells DW.