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Lindsay Murdoch is a three-time winner of the Walkley Award, Australia's top award for journalistic excellence. Based in Bangkok, Lindsay has been formerly posted to Singapore, Jakarta and Darwin. In 1999 he covered the tumultuous events in East Timor, and in 2003 he covered the Iraq war while embedded with US Marines.
Lindsay Murdoch Political divisions are dragging country Canberra says is a safe for refuges towards a "dangerous tipping point", UN warns.
Lindsay Murdoch Australia may have classified man a refugee to bolster the numbers for its failing refugee return scheme, Human Rights Watch says.
Lindsay Murdoch Opposition leader says he will return 'in the next few days' after being advised not to arrive late at night.
Lindsay Murdoch Cambodia's opposition leader Sam Rainsy has declared that for the sake of his nation he will return to Phnom Penh despite facing a two year jail sentence on a politically motivated defamation charge.
Lindsay Murdoch The poverty on the streets of Manila shocks first time visitors. But Malcolm Turnbull and other world leaders will be spared the sight when they attend this week's summit of the Asia Pacific Economic...
Lindsay Murdoch Cambodia's opposition leader Sam Rainsy faces arrest if he returns to his country as early as Monday, plunging the impoverished south-east Asia country back into political conflict.
Lindsay Murdoch Aung San Suu Kyi has officially been declared the winner of Myanmar's election, making history in the once hermit nation ruled for half a century by brutal dictators.
Lindsay Murdoch Pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has urged her millions of supporters to overcome their fears of Myanmar's powerful army following her party's landslide election victory.
Lindsay Murdoch Than Shwe, the 82-year-old former army general believed to be still enormously influential behind the scenes in Myanmar's powerful army, ordered the construction of a new capital in malarial jungle...
Lindsay Murdoch With results still not finalised, Aung San Suu Kyi seized the initiative, telling commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing that "citizens have expressed their will".
Lindsay Murdoch Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi hopes US president Barack Obama will make a surprise stop-over in Myanmar next week to endorse her landslide victory in the country's historic elections.
Lindsay Murdoch International observers have endorsed a landslide victory for Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy despite complaints from the Nobel laureate that election officials are intentionally...
Lindsay Murdoch Myanmar's ruling military-backed party has suffered a massive rout in opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's electoral victory that claimed the scalps of some of the country's top officials.
Lindsay Murdoch Analysts say that as Ms Suu Kyi moves to form what she describes as a "government of national reconciliation" after Sunday's overwhelming election victory she will have to overcome scepticism over...
Lindsay Murdoch The fairy-tale has come true for Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's most famous political prisoner, as her National League for Democracy appeared headed for a landslide victory in historic elections.
Lindsay Murdoch Aung San Suu Kyi's party appears poised to win power in Myanmar, yet she is constitutionally barred from becoming president.
Lindsay Murdoch Nay Phone Latt never dreamed of this day during his dark years in prison.
Lindsay Murdoch Myanmar's military-backed ruling party has declared it would not obey Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi if she attempts to rule above an elected president.
Lindsay Murdoch More than 30 million voters across Myanmar will decide on Sunday whether to give Nobel Prize-winning Aung San Suu Kyi a fairy-tale victory that was stolen from her 25 years ago.
Lindsay Murdoch Anti-foreigner and anti-Muslim fears are being stirred up as the Burmese military and their allies try to retain power.