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Nowhere to offer flowers on All Souls’ Day

Catholics in the Philippines are paying tribute to their dear departed on All Souls' Day, an important day for Filipinos. It is traditionally marked...

Myanmar jails satire group members for mocking military

Generals fail to see the funny side of troupe’s performance

Carmelites honor Filipino journalists for press freedom work

Award recognizes journalists who best epitomize the life and principles of Dutch priest killed in Dachau

US envoy attacks Chinese bid to choose new Dalai Lama

The role of picking a successor belongs to the Tibetan Buddhist system, the Dalai Lama, and other Tibetan leaders, Sam Brownback says

Spy alert goes out over China propaganda app

The app was developed e-commerce giant Alibaba for the Chinese Communist Party

Myanmar military ‘is as relentless and ruthless as ever,’ rights group...

Amnesty International accuses the country’ military, armed groups of both targeting civilians

EU awards Sakharov Prize to jailed Uyghur activist

By awarding this prize, the European Parliament sends a strong message to the Chinese government to release Ilham Tohti

Green groups file complaint against Philippine authorities

Activists say series of harassments reaffirmed a report that named the Philippines as the world’s most dangerous country for rights and environmental defenders

Pakistan’s military rides roughshod over the media

Suppression of the media is part of the nation’s worsening slide into despotism

Myanmar men on death row for British tourist murders ask Thai...

Thailand carried out its first execution in years in June last year, when a murder suspect was put to death

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