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Why are Malaysia's Muslims so cross about a cross?

Why are Malaysia's Muslims so cross about a cross?

The once moderate nation is seeing an increase in protests against places of worship

Questioning voices are fading fast under China oppression

Questioning voices are fading fast under China oppression

Jailing of journalist Gao Yu underscores lengths the Communist Party takes to quash freedom of expression

Seventy years after WWII, can Japan be as repentant as Germany?

Seventy years after WWII, can Japan be as repentant as Germany?

Upcoming speeches by Shinzo Abe are not likely to be as remoreseful as victim nations would like

Forty years on, wide gulf remains between ex-Khmer Rouge, survivors

Forty years on, wide gulf remains between ex-Khmer Rouge, survivors

Authorities have done too little to reconcile those who perpetrated crimes with those who suffered them

Genocide studies greatly needed in Cambodia

Genocide studies greatly needed in Cambodia

Younger generation needs to be better educated about the country's horrific past

Where leaders become Gods

Where leaders become Gods

Malaysian leaders increasingly refuse to be questioned or criticized

Godmen in India: time for a change

Godmen in India: time for a change

Indians must stop seeking shortcuts and the 'immature spirituality' offered by so-called gurus

For the Church, migrants are a solution, not a problem

For the Church, migrants are a solution, not a problem

Oversees workers can be evangelizers as well as laborers

The Passion of Jesus is a pattern for us all

The Passion of Jesus is a pattern for us all

The injustices, abuses and corruption Christ fought against are still prevalent to this day

Solidarity and the plight of Philippine farmers

Solidarity and the plight of Philippine farmers

In the fight for agrarian reform, too many of us quietly sit on the sidelines

Anti-conversion laws threaten Indian democracy

Anti-conversion laws threaten Indian democracy

State governments have increasing tried to pass legislation that has failed at the national level

The Wahhabi threat to Southeast Asia

The Wahhabi threat to Southeast Asia

Saudi money and influence in the region poses serious risks for peace and stability

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