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In Bangkok, Thai police are brutalising child protesters

As Thailand’s youth-led protests gather momentum after strict COVID-19 lockdowns muzzled the freedom to peacefully assemble for months, newspaper coverage of recent rallies...

Horror at Home: China’s Domestic Violence Crisis

101 East investigates how a quarter of women across China suffer domestic violence. Source link

Myanmar won’t allow ASEAN envoy to meet Aung San Suu Kyi

Military spokesman Zaw Min Tun says ASEAN special envoy cannot meet deposed civilian leader because she is facing court charges.Myanmar’s ruling military will...

Bali reopens to tourists, but no direct international flights yet

The Indonesian island of Bali reopened to foreign tourists on Thursday, 18 months after borders were closed, but without any international flights. The island...

Kishida set to dissolve Japan parliament, setting stage for polls

Campaign formally kicks off next Tuesday for the October 31 polls, which the ruling LDP is expected to dominate.Japan is expected to dissolve...

‘A living hell’: Churches, clergy targeted by Myanmar military

Last month, Myanmar soldiers gunned down Cung Biak Hum, a 31-year-old Baptist pastor, while he rushed to help put out a fire caused...

Winter Olympics: IOC says China human rights ‘not within’ remit

IOC dismisses calls to challenge China over its treatment of the Uighur minority ahead of next year’s Beijing Winter Olympics.A senior member of...

Alarm, disbelief as Duterte’s ex-drug enforcer runs for president

In June of 2019, police officers in the Philippines conducted an undercover operation against two suspected drug dealers in the suburb of Manila. In...

US emerges as biggest Bitcoin miner after China crypto crackdown

China was the biggest miner of Bitcoin until authorities there effectively banned the practice. Now, the US has claimed China’s Bitcoin mining crown.By

China’s global climate change challenge to the West

In front of the world’s leaders at the United Nations General Assembly last month, China’s President Xi Jinping pledged that his country “will...
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In Bangkok, Thai police are brutalising child protesters

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