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From toting guns to tending fishponds: Testing peace in Mindanao

From toting guns to tending fishponds: Testing peace in Mindanao

In one Philippine village, former rebels get a fresh start

In China, legal reforms fail to reach Uyghurs on death row

In China, legal reforms fail to reach Uyghurs on death row

While death sentences decrease across the country, punishment grows tougher for minority Muslims in Xinjiang

Peace falters in Myanmar's Karen state

Peace falters in Myanmar's Karen state

As ceasefire unravels, Karen resistance groups ponder a united front

Bangladesh’s life-threatening chemical hazards

Bangladesh’s life-threatening chemical hazards

For workers in the country's largest industries, sickness and death come with the job description

Cambodia factories snub workers arrested in January strikes

Cambodia factories snub workers arrested in January strikes

Jobs remain elusive for former detainees with 'strong' opinions

Malaysia's Sedition Act crackdown crushing free speech

Malaysia's Sedition Act crackdown crushing free speech

'Now we even have to be careful what we put on Facebook'

Cambodia's immigrant census stokes fears among Vietnamese

Cambodia's immigrant census stokes fears among Vietnamese

Hundreds deported as racial tensions simmer

Persecuted Christians find sanctuary in Indonesia strip mall

Persecuted Christians find sanctuary in Indonesia strip mall

Pressure from hardline Islamists has forced many from their houses of worship

Cash-strapped young Afghans turn to low-cost mass weddings

Cash-strapped young Afghans turn to low-cost mass weddings

Couples increasingly trading off extravagance for practicality

In northern India, wives fast for husbands' well-being

In northern India, wives fast for husbands' well-being

Ancient Hindu festival celebrates the sanctity of marriage

Mainlanders risk backlash to support Hong Kong protests

Mainlanders risk backlash to support Hong Kong protests

Facebook battles pit pro-democracy Chinese against their 'nationalist minded' counterparts

In Cambodia, a minority’s wedding traditions are quietly disappearing

In Cambodia, a minority’s wedding traditions are quietly disappearing

Ethnic Bunong couples are trading animal sacrifice for printed invites, engagement gifts and dancing

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