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Climate campaigners protest Japan’s promotion of ‘false solutions’ to climate crisis

The protesters called on the Japanese government and corporations to stop financing fossil fuels

Faith on trial: Church people under attack

The risks endured by faith-based human rights defenders in the Philippines increase as they incarnate the Christian gospel

Photos: Show of solidarity

Philippine solidarity groups denounce the military of junta in Myanmar for the execution of four pro-democracy activists in July

Ecumenical youth group slams Philippine president for refusing to rejoin ICC

"The Philippines has no intention of rejoining the ICC," President Ferdinand Marcos Jr told reporters on Monday

Fighting the oppression of real poverty

Real poverty is caused by the desire of one to hoard “meaningless” earthly advantages, at the expense and to the disadvantage of another

The WE Forum raid: ‘They stole everything they could lay their...

How can we explain to a child that men in uniform can be bad men too without compromising and damaging respect for authority?

Pope Francis expresses ‘deep shame’ in Canada, warns of new ‘cancel...

“I express my deep shame and sorrow, and, together with the bishops of this country, I renew my request for forgiveness"

UN calls on China to repeal draconian Hong Kong ‘national security’...

The law has led to the arrests of more than 200, including 12 children, amid an ongoing crackdown on dissent

Bitter harvest: Malaysian palm oil farmers face labor crunch

Palm oil is a controversial commodity, blamed by environmentalists for fueling the destruction of rainforest in Malaysia and Indonesia

Southeast Asian MPs warn against proposed changes to Cambodia’s Constitution

One of the proposed amendments would eliminate the need for the National Assembly to approve the designated prime minister

Search for safe quarters

I will never forget the look in your eyes, assuring me that all would be well eventually, as they pushed you into their car

Southeast Asian MPs condemn ‘barbaric’ executions of political prisoners in Myanmar

State-run New Light of Myanmar said "the punishment has been carried out under the prison's procedures," without elaborating

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