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Myanmar students seize political freedom in classrooms and on the streets

Myanmar students seize political freedom in classrooms and on the streets

Some urge cautious approach to reforms, while others are less patient ahead of November elections

A slow death for family of Filipino woman on Indonesia's death row

A slow death for family of Filipino woman on Indonesia's death row

Mary Jane Veloso tried to lift her family from generations of poverty, but now faces execution

A haunted future for Cambodia's HIV village

A haunted future for Cambodia's HIV village

Community fears the death of elderly residents and cuts in aid could blight prospects for the young

Two decades on, Tokyo subway gas attack still baffles Japan

Two decades on, Tokyo subway gas attack still baffles Japan

High-profile trials have done little to explain the attacks, which killed 13 and injured thousands more

Fear stalks Afghan minorities after rare attacks

Fear stalks Afghan minorities after rare attacks

Recent targeting of Sufi and Hazara groups hearkens back to the days of Taliban rule

Enduring impact of Taiwan's 'Sunflower Movement' one year on

Enduring impact of Taiwan's 'Sunflower Movement' one year on

Student anger reflects wider discontent over warming ties with China

After rape and murder of teachers, Myanmar soldiers under suspicion

After rape and murder of teachers, Myanmar soldiers under suspicion

Doubts over official investigation a sign of wider problems hampering peace in ethnic areas

Inspired by protests, Hong Kong's minorities fight back

Inspired by protests, Hong Kong's minorities fight back

Racial discrimination rife in 'Asia's world city'

Bangladesh's poor suffer the most as unrest hits economy

Bangladesh's poor suffer the most as unrest hits economy

Farmers, small business-owners and migrant workers all hit hard by the months-long transport blockade

Climate fears force big changes on small South Asian farms

Climate fears force big changes on small South Asian farms

Farmers get crash course in coping with new agricultural realities

Former Khmer Rouge navy chief claims to have found forgiveness through religion

Former Khmer Rouge navy chief claims to have found forgiveness through religion

Meas Muth, 77, was charged last week with war crimes and crimes against humanity

On the back of a bike, Indian teacher brings 'classroom' to slum children

On the back of a bike, Indian teacher brings 'classroom' to slum children

Every day, Aditya Kumar cycles 65 kilometers so he can offer free education to Lucknow's underprivileged youth

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