EQUALITY & JUSTICE

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Photo gallery: Cry for help from Filipino victims of Typhoon Ambo

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many have lost their homes

More Filipinos going hungry due to pandemic crisis

One of five Metro Manila residents experienced involuntary hunger from February to April

For world’s largest Muslim country, a virus-disrupted and bittersweet Eid

Eid is traditionally a raucous three-day celebration in the world's largest Muslim-majority nation

Taiwan promises ‘necessary assistance’ to Hong Kong’s people

Bullets and repression are not the way to deal with the aspirations of Hong Kong's people for freedom and democracy, President Tsai Ing-wen says

Religious congregations in Philippines pledge to divest from ‘dirty’ coal

Representatives of religious orders of men and women have signed a manifesto expressing full commitment to advance the coal divestment movement

Cambodian hospitality, tourism workers in dire straits due to pandemic

They’re struggling to make ends meet as promised govt financial support fails to materialize

Cyclone kills 14 in India, Bangladesh leaving trail of destruction

In West Bengal's capital city, Kolkata, strong winds upturned cars and felled trees and electricity poles

Taiwan president rejects Beijing rule; China says ‘reunification’ inevitable

In a speech after being sworn in for her second and final term in office, President Tsai Ing-wen said relations between Taiwan and China had reached an historical turning point

SPOTLIGHT: Pandemic worsens situation of young mothers in conflict areas

People in conflict areas are left with nowhere to go as aid deliveries have lessened or stopped due to travel restrictions

Chaplains serving Philippine prison double efforts to rekindle hope during pandemic

Inside maximum-security compound, priests teach inmates proper hygiene and even help in disinfecting prison cells

Asian church leaders join pope’s call for care for creation

Pope expressed hope that people's commitment will help to create and strengthen constructive behaviors for the care of creation

South Asia scrambles to bring home crisis-hit migrant workers

About 40 million South Asians work overseas, mainly in the oil-rich Gulf, sending vital remittances back home

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