India’s Public Health System Is Failing its Doctors, and Patients Are Paying the Price
“The last time I was in the emergency, I don't think there was any air conditioning available in the triage area,” one doctor told VICE News.
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Hong Kongers Defied a Ban on the Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil
For the first time in 30 years, Hong Kong banned a vigil for the massacre because of coronavirus. Some worry it could set a precedent.
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Hong Kong Street Protesters Talk to Us About Their Fight Against China's New Security Law
"Basic human rights, and freedom of speech will be stripped away. Everyone in Hong Kong rising up and protesting this bill is very important.”
India's Anti-Terror Raids Are Leaving Kashmiris Homeless During Coronavirus
Pakistan has accused India of passing laws that could change the demographics of the disputed territory during the pandemic.
China Is Accusing Hong Kong Protesters of 'Kidnapping' the Economy
The "yellow economic circle" is the pro-democracy movement's answer to the city's biggest recession in decades.
Coronavirus Lockdowns Forced Malaysians to Leave Their Families in Order to Keep Their Jobs
“So as long as I stay in Singapore, I still can get my salary and I still can feed my children.”
How Coronavirus Caught Up With Japan
Cherry blossom season usually marks new beginnings. Not this year.
Iranians Mourning Soleimani Want Retaliation Against the U.S.
“We cannot allow his blood to just be left on the ground,” said student Honieh Hanifepour.
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Hong Kong Protesters Are Split: Vote in Elections or Keep Waging War Against Police
The election comes after protests that have seen police firing live rounds, a protester set on fire, and sieges.
How the Easter Bombings Pushed Sri Lankans to Vote for an Alleged War Criminal
“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.”
Nuclear Rivals India and Pakistan Opened up a ‘Peace Corridor.’ That’s Pissing Some People Off.
But for many Indian Sikhs, the move meant their first chance to celebrate Tuesday's holiday at a revered temple in Pakistan.
These Reporters Won't Let Kashmir's Internet Blackout Stop Them
A government-imposed communications ban is preventing journalists from calling sources and doing research online.
Zubair Ahmed Dar