Tibetans in India Join the Global Climate Strikes to Bring Attention to Their Burning Homeland
The community lives with the prospect of losing their homes forever, not just to political oppression but also the severe effects of climate change.
The Asylum Seekers Who Sheltered Snowden Are Still Stuck in an Increasingly Violent Hong Kong
The group, collectively known as Snowden’s Guardian Angels, fears for their safety as protests erupt across the city.
Bangladesh Bans Phone Access for 1 Million Rohingya Refugees Just in Case They Sell Drugs
The authorities say the refugees have been “abusing” phone services to traffic meth. But many say the move will simply just isolate the already persecuted Rohingya community.
The Life and Strange Death of the Khmer Rouge Survivor Who Won an Oscar, Then Got Murdered
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in 'The Killing Fields.'