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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.
23 Apr 18
Customers in southern province complain that they are being treated unfairly.
20 Apr 18
Locals turn to tribal mediation in the absence of access to formal justice processes.
19 Apr 18
Huge swathes of farmland wiped out by high rainfall and snowmelt.
10 Apr 18
Ancient temples and gardens in mountainous eastern province risk being lost forever.
9 Apr 18
A lack of representation has led to a vicious circle of marginalisation.
5 Apr 18
Calls for substantive economic and social support for those setting up their own enterprises.
4 Apr 18
A combination of ignorance and willful neglect means female relatives are often excluded.
4 Apr 18
Initiative aims to improve chaotic conditions on often perilous routes.
4 Apr 18
Country's rising unemployment is proving hard to challenge.
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