The attacks are intended to undermine a president who has defied Beijing's efforts to bring the democratically ruled island under its control.
- by John Follain & Adela Lin
New York's Chris Collins will remain on the November ballot despite being charged with insider trading in a tiny Australian biotech firm.
- by Mike DeBonis
They could tip the balance thanks to their growing numbers, presence in remote areas and poor neighbourhoods, and organisational muscle
- by Marcelo Silva De Sousa
Did social media win Donald Trump the election? A new algorithm developed by Australian scientists has revealed some surprising results.
- by Sherryn Groch
After a series of long delays and broken promises, Thailand's military government has enacted laws that set in motion a countdown for new elections.
The company said that a group tied to the Russian government created fake websites that appeared to spoof two American conservative organisations.
The attorney taking on President Donald Trump in court is weighing an outsider Democratic bid for the White House.
The general election is the country's sixth since 1993 when it emerged from decades of war marked by death and destruction at the hands of Pol Pot's genocidal regime.
- by Prak Chan Thul & Kate Geraghty
Sixty-five-year-old Bou Sokhom has a lot to lose. A mother of five and grandmother of 11, she doesn’t fit the template of a firebrand activist.
- by James Massola & Nara Lon
After two months of deadlock, a coalition of anti-immigrant and anti-EU partner have been given the nod to lead Italy.