The response to a COVID outbreak at a factory in Sri Lanka owned by a supplier for brands like M&S, Victoria’s Secret, Calvin Klein and GAP has workers saying they’re being treated like cattle.
“They accused me of sleeping around and said that was how I got infected.”
A media activist said at least 70 journalists fled the country since 2009. The number is likely to grow.
Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa wants to amend the Constitution, which will consolidate power within his family.
A feline drug mule is now off the leash.
Garment workers in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Sri Lanka are protesting brands that have a history of exploitation.
People living in countries across Asia tell us how the battle cry of the pandemic, social distancing, is impossible for them.
Mural artists attempt to correct Slave Island’s misunderstood identity and preserve the neighbourhood's culture before it gets lost altogether.
“He led and finished the war that lasted for 30 years. He saved the country as the defense minister. That reason alone is more than enough for us.”
Buddhist night festivals are infamous for mistreating elephants, whose legs are shackled and stabbed during the parades.
We cannot be idle bystanders, we the public, the people on the bus and train, play a role in creating a safe space.
While tourism is the country's fastest-growing source of foreign currency, the central bank has lowered the industry's growth forecast in 2019.