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Reporter had defied death threats to continue covering Taliban operations.
Pham Doan Trang detained hours after the annual US-Vietnam Human Rights Dialogue.
Abuses, including the sexual exploitation of children, rising under lockdown.
Online event looks at how pandemic will affect future economic interests in the region.
More than 1,000 families returned to Kazakstan in the first six months of this year.
13 Jun 18
Locals accuse government of indifference.
12 Jun 18
Most cases are never reported as they are resolved by tribal elders.
11 Jun 18
A low turn-out risks undermining the credibility of the outcome.
8 Jun 18
Locals complain of having to travel unreasonable distances for the chance to participate in upcoming polls.
31 May 18
People reluctant to even register to vote amid security threats and ongoing corruption.
30 May 18
Opioid pain medication proves popular among young female students.
30 May 18
Conflict deemed as un-Islamic by experts in Indonesia summit.
3 May 18
Killing took place on the country’s deadliest ever day for journalists.
2 May 18
Reporters rally to insist that they will not be intimidated into silence.
23 Apr 18
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