The largest and most populous continent on the planet. With a total population estimated at over 4 billion, Asia is home to more than half of the people on earth.
This is a collection of DW's latest content about the continent.
Indian PM Narendra Modi's Germany visit next week gives him an opportunity to pitch India's attractiveness as an investment destination to German business. The EU-India free trade deal will also be on the agenda.
An Indian woman who said she was forced to marry a Pakistani has returned to India after a Pakistani court's intervention. Will this friendly gesture help defuse tensions between the two nations? Murali Krishnan reports.
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Reports about a separatist leader joining al Qaeda have raised fears the Kashmiri movement is being "hijacked" by Islamists. Expert Agnieszka Kuszewska tells DW that Indian policies are partly to blame for this trend.
The Trump administration has slashed its foreign military assistance to Pakistan and is contemplating converting it into a loan in its budget. Does it imply the US no longer needs Pakistan's counterterrorism support?
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With more international car manufacturers prioritizing rival events in Chinese cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the Tokyo event is rapidly becoming a domestic-focused, second-tier show. Julian Ryall reports.
Nepal's Maoist PM has resigned as part of a deal with his coalition partner less than a month before final local polls. The focus on forming a new government may distract from preparations for local elections.
Rodrigo Duterte is likely to extend the recently declared martial law to areas other than Mindanao following violent clashes between police and the militants linked with "Islamic State." Ana P Santos reports from Manila.
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Dangerous levels of chemicals in the soil and ground water mean that the market cannot open, leaving traders out of pocket and Tokyo's governor with an intractable problem. Julian Ryall reports from the Japanese capital.
Taiwan's Constitutional Court has ruled in favor of marriage equality as a matter of "human dignity." The government of President Tsai Ing-wen welcomed the decision.
Taiwan's constitutional court has ruled in favor of same-sex marriage which makes the island the first place in Asia to recognize same-sex unions. We look at some of the lives this landmark decision could change.
An increasing number of so-called "spiritual" gurus or "godmen" in India are implicated in ghastly crimes ranging from sexual abuse to murder. Murali Krishnan from New Delhi explores the reasons behind it.
Scant updates from the police and silence from the politicians on the disappearances of four Malaysian pastors and community workers have prompted human rights groups to ask if these are "enforced disappearances."
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