Kate Mayberry

Kate Mayberry

Kate Mayberry is an award-winning journalist and researcher, working across print, television, and online media. She has lived in Southeast Asia for more than two decades and was until 2014 a Senior Field Producer with Al Jazeera English in Kuala Lumpur. Follow her on Twitter: @kate_mayberry.

China

'Special relationship' in focus as China's Xi visits North Korea

Denuclearisation and economic issues to top agenda as Xi Jinping visits Pyongyang before his meeting with Donald Trump.

'Special relationship' in focus as China's Xi visits North Korea

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill explained

Critics fear bill will compromise Hong Kong's judicial system and prove the 'death knell' of 'one country, two systems'.

Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill explained

Environment

Fishermen fear for future as Malaysia mulls Penang reclamation

Plan to create three artificial islands off Penang's southern coast worries fishermen and environmental campaigners.

Fishermen fear for future as Malaysia mulls Penang reclamation

Asia

China rises but 30 years after Tiananmen, crackdown remains taboo

Beijing has not apologised or revealed death toll, but calls for accountability increase as its global profile grows.

China rises but 30 years after Tiananmen, crackdown remains taboo

Myanmar

Myanmar military committing war crimes in Rakhine: Amnesty

Human rights group calls for situation in Rakhine state to be referred to International Criminal Court, sanctions.

Myanmar military committing war crimes in Rakhine: Amnesty

Asia Pacific

A Thai mother's long fight for justice over 2010 deadly crackdown

Kamonket Akkahad was shot as she treated the wounded in the bloody crackdown on the Red Shirt protests nine years ago.

A Thai mother's long fight for justice over 2010 deadly crackdown

Sri Lanka

Gotabaya Rajapaksa confirms presidential run in anxious Sri Lanka

Former defence secretary accused of war crimes positions himself as 'law and order' candidate after deadly attacks.

Gotabaya Rajapaksa confirms presidential run in anxious Sri Lanka

Malaysia

Malaysia reform momentum wanes a year after historic election

Corruption probes make headway, but opposition exploits economic woes to fan racial, religious tension and block reform.

Malaysia reform momentum wanes a year after historic election

Sri Lanka bombings

Sri Lanka holds mass amid high security, forces look for suspects

Catholics observe mass at home via TV broadcast as churches across the island nation shut over fears of more attacks.

Sri Lanka holds mass amid high security, forces look for suspects

Sri Lanka

'A lot of body parts': Counting the dead after Sri Lanka attacks

Death toll from Easter bombings revised down by about 100 as health ministry said some victims were counted twice.

'A lot of body parts': Counting the dead after Sri Lanka attacks

Sri Lanka bombings

Suspicion stalks Sri Lanka's Muslim community after bombings

Fearing backlash many Muslims are avoiding venturing out as hardline group NTJ is blamed for blasts that killed 253.

Suspicion stalks Sri Lanka's Muslim community after bombings

Sri Lanka bombings

Bombings intelligence row exposes tension in Sri Lanka government

Defence minister says there was a 'major lapse' in intelligence sharing and attacks 'could have been avoided'.

Bombings intelligence row exposes tension in Sri Lanka government