Myanmar snubs Hague court's intervention in Rohingya crisis

Aug 10, 2018

Myanmar sharply rejected an attempt by the International Criminal Court to consider the country's culpability for activities that caused 700,000 minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh for safety last year

Hard-line Sri Lankan Buddhist monk sentenced to 6 years

Aug 8, 2018

A Sri Lankan court has sentenced a hard-line Buddhist monk to six years in prison for contempt of court

Suicide bombing at mosque in Afghanistan kills at least 29

Aug 3, 2018

Two suicide bombers have attacked a Shiite mosque in eastern Afghanistan during Friday prayers, killing at least 29 people and wounding another 81

Monk accused of sexual misconduct as #MeToo expands in China

Aug 3, 2018

China's #MeToo movement is in the spotlight as one of the country's highest-ranking Buddhist monks is being investigated over accusations of sexual misconduct

China promoting flying of state flags at religious events

Aug 1, 2018

Officially recognized religious groups in China are promoting the flying of national flags at religious events amid a push by the ruling Communist Party to extend its ideological control over Christianity, Buddhism and other religions

Hindu elected to Pakistan parliament vows to seek reforms

Jul 31, 2018

The first ever Hindu elected to a general seat in Pakistan's parliament says he wants to work on combatting early marriages and forced conversion, and on improving health care in his home region

2 New Yorker artists bring colors, smiles to Rohingya camps

Jul 27, 2018

Two artists from New York have been offering a different kind of help to Rohingya refugees in their cramped shelters in Bangladesh: teaching their children to brush colors

Khan moves from cricket star to pious, anti-poverty reformer

Jul 26, 2018

As Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan's parliamentary election, he has promised to fight corruption and help millions of impoverished citizens

Outrage grows over attacks on Muslim cattle traders in India

Jul 26, 2018

Outrage is growing in India over a series of mob attacks on minority groups involved in cattle trade

Fraud claims overshadow Pakistan's vote for new parliament

Jul 25, 2018

Pakistanis have voted in a parliamentary election marred by violence and widespread allegations of fraud and manipulation

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