Social Issues

Kabul mural honors AFP photographer slain in IS bombing

Sep 25, 2018

Amnesty International, Afghan art collective unveil mural in Kabul honoring AFP's slain chief photographer, Shah Marai

In a first, Hong Kong bans pro-independence political party

Sep 24, 2018

Hong Kong takes an unprecedented step against separatist voices by banning a pro-independence political party on national security grounds

Maldives' opposition presidential candidate claims victory

Sep 24, 2018

Opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has declared victory in the Maldives' contentious presidential election widely seen as a referendum on the Indian Ocean nation's young democracy

China summons US envoys over sanctions linked to Russia deal

Sep 23, 2018

China has summoned the U.S. ambassador to deliver a strong protest against economic sanctions lodged over the purchase of Russian fighter jets and surface-to-air missile equipment

Maldives prepares for polls seen as test for young democracy

Sep 21, 2018

A decade after people took to the streets to welcome democracy to Maldives, voters head to the polls Sunday in what observers say is a referendum on whether democracy will stay

India bans instant divorce by Muslim men

Sep 19, 2018

India's government approves an ordinance to implement a top court ruling striking down the Muslim practice that allows men to instantly divorce

Sri Lanka activists urge fairness for terror suspect

Sep 18, 2018

Family members, human rights activists and civic groups demanded a speedy and fair investigation of a Sri Lankan student detained in Australia on suspicion of terrorism

Samaranch approves Beijing's environmental outlook for 2022

Sep 18, 2018

IOC vice president Juan Antonio Samaranch says he is satisfied that snow-making for the 2022 Beijing Olympics won't bring lasting damage to the environment

Bollywood star's statue symbolizes India's changing mores

Sep 18, 2018

Bollywood actress and former porn star Sunny Leone has appeared in New Delhi for the unveiling of her wax likeness at the city's Madame Tussauds museum, a move that symbolizes how cultural mores are changing in conservative India

Pakistan's PM pledges citizenship for refugees' children

Sep 17, 2018

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has pledged to grant citizenship to Pakistan-born children of Afghan and Bengali refugees who have been living in the country for decades

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