Cambodia's opposition party has struck a deal with PM Hun Sen, after almost a year of boycotting Parliament over alleged electoral fraud. But critics say that the vague agreement 'will come back to haunt the opposition.'
Two weeks after the presidential elections, the Indonesia election commission has announced the results of the poll: Joko Widodo won by a narrow margin. That's good for the country, says DW's Grahame Lucas.
After 97 years of family ownership, Forbes Media has sold a controlling stake in the firm to Hong Kong-based investors, a move that symbolizes the rise of Chinese ownership of media firms, analyst Ken Doctor tells DW.
The downing of Flight MH17 marks the second tragedy to hit Malaysia within a span of few months. Jahabar Sadiq, editor of The Malaysian Insider, tells DW that the mood in the Southeast Asian nation is grim.
Indonesia's election commission has announced Joko Widodo as winner of this month's presidential polls. Hours before the finalized results, rival runner Prabowo Subianto withdrew from the race, claiming electoral fraud.