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Malaysia's moderate Muslim face takes a beating

Malaysia's moderate Muslim face takes a beating

Pressure from hardline Islamists causing deep rifts in the traditionally tolerant country

You say 'lady', I say 'feudal slave': Korea's language divide

You say 'lady', I say 'feudal slave': Korea's language divide

Scholars aim to bridge the gap between North and South's lexicon

Kerala construction boom threatens ancient Catholic shrine

Kerala construction boom threatens ancient Catholic shrine

Proliferation of rock quarries could inadvertently pose a danger to Indian pilgrimage site

Life among the dead for Manila's poor

Life among the dead for Manila's poor

Generations of families have made their living among the headstones of their ancestors

Indonesian brothel closures take toll on HIV prevention

Indonesian brothel closures take toll on HIV prevention

As Surabaya's red lights go out, concerns rise about protection of sex workers

Decades after the Khmer Rouge, specter of forced marriage still haunts victims

Decades after the Khmer Rouge, specter of forced marriage still haunts victims

New report says lingering trauma affects current relationships, mental health

Curbs on protesting continue in Myanmar despite legal changes

Curbs on protesting continue in Myanmar despite legal changes

Controversial law still used to jail demonstrators, curtail freedom of assembly

Philippine shelter for street kids hit with allegations of abuse

Philippine shelter for street kids hit with allegations of abuse

Homeless children say they prefer sleeping rough to beatings at the 'rescue' center

Cambodia-Thai kidney trafficking sparks fears of new organ market

Cambodia-Thai kidney trafficking sparks fears of new organ market

'If the victims don't speak up, we will never know', say police

Language divides parallel worlds in Thailand's deep south

Language divides parallel worlds in Thailand's deep south

Despite assimilation drives, ethnic Malay Muslims have held fast to their native tongue

Oldest woman in India highlights plight of domestic workers

Oldest woman in India highlights plight of domestic workers

Despite almost a century of servitude, 111-year-old Rosa Vazhapilly receives no pension or social protections

The desperate struggle of Pakistan's polio 'martyrs'

The desperate struggle of Pakistan's polio 'martyrs'

Since December 2012 at least 30 polio vaccinators have been killed by Islamic radicals

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