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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

Uprooted by conflict, Kokang's displaced mull their future

Uprooted by conflict, Kokang's displaced mull their future

Myanmar's worst clashes in years have civilians fleeing and wondering what comes next

Catholic festival fosters India-Sri Lanka friendship

Catholic festival fosters India-Sri Lanka friendship

As tensions within fishing waters show little signs of abating, a lent festival does much to sooth relations

China’s crackdown on jihad leaves Uyghurs running scared

China’s crackdown on jihad leaves Uyghurs running scared

Beijing has taken to accusing all would-be refugees of being terrorists

Filipino farmers, factory workers call for better conditions

Filipino farmers, factory workers call for better conditions

International Women's Day draws out disparate groups of protesters in Manila

Blind children defy 'bad karma' to perform in Thai orchestra

Blind children defy 'bad karma' to perform in Thai orchestra

Stigma, lack of govt support leave a dearth of opportunities for disabled people in Thailand

Sharia law draws rave reviews in Indonesia's Aceh

Sharia law draws rave reviews in Indonesia's Aceh

With little public criticism, unhappiness with controversial Islamic edicts comes mostly through subtler channels

Pakistani polio vaccinators risk all to help children

Pakistani polio vaccinators risk all to help children

Confirmed polio cases jumped from 58 in 2012 to 306 in 2014, coinciding with increased attacks on polio workers

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