Rights of the Dead
January 30, 2013
Teoh Beng Hock, a political aide in an opposition-led Malaysian state, died under suspicious circumstances after he was called in for questioning by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in 2009. The case sparked public anger and put a spolight on the workings of democracy and justice in Malaysia.
Buoyed by helping oust Jakarta's Chinese-Christian governor, hardliners are now targeting 2019 president poll
Complaint alleges Duterte masterminded killings of thousands of suspected drug users and dealers.
Huge numbers of pilgrims are upsetting the natural and political environment of Kashmir
Vatican award recognizes services to church and society in Bangladesh
Catholic, Protestant leaders blame avarice on dustruction of environment and major calamities