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Nepal: NEFIN calls fringe parties meet to find common view

REPUBLICAKATHMANDU, Dec 15: In a bid to form an alliance and come up with common view on resolving the current political and constitutional...

Bangladesh: Army cremate Romel Chakma’s deadbody by pouring patrol without proper funeral and present...

On 21 April 2017 at noon the army personnel led by Major Jakir, Second-in-Command of Naniarchar Army Zone burnt the dead body of Romel...

Walk The Talk With Dayamani Barla and Other Tribals

In this week's Walk The Talk, a very special conversation with Dayamani Barla, India's most prominent tribal rights activist, and several ordinary tribals in...

National Solidarity Mission to Lacub, Abra: Initial Report

The National Solidarity Mission (NSM) on Sept. 28-Oct.1 in Lacub, Abra was held in response to the reports of human rights and international humanitarian...
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Thailand’s displaced Karen long for mountains

Families forced into sanctioned town after park officals set fire to village following deforestation claims. Thailand's Kaeng Krachan National Park has been home to members...

Malaysia: Stop judicial harassment against Jannie Lasimbang immediately

24 January 2016 - Civil society organizations around the world, in a petition today, condemned the ongoing judicial harassment and intimidation against Jannie Lasimbang,...

Orgns adopt resolution on ‘development injustice’

Imphal, September 04 2015 : Mapithel Dam Affected Villagers Organisation, Centre for Research and Advocacy, Manipur and All Loktak Lake Areas Fishermen Union on...
Weeks after flash flooding destroyed homes and farmland, villagers in eastern Shan State find themselves struggling to rebuild amidst the debris. Photo by S.H.A.N

Pictures Reveal Extent of Flood Destruction in Shan State

July and August’s uncharacteristically strong monsoon floods affected an estimated one million people throughout Burma, reaching all but two of the country’s fourteen states...
NSW Rural Fire Service crews struggle to contain a bushfire around the Wentworth Falls escarpment. Photo: Wolter Peeters

Indigenous fire methods could slash global emissions: UN report

Ancient Indigenous Australian bush-burning could be used around the world to radically cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to United Nations research, which also challenges...
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Swiss Government forced to reveal destinations, cost of surveillance exports

In an enormous breakthrough for those seeking transparency and accountability to the shadowy surveillance industry, the Swiss Government has been forced to publish the...
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Lok Sabha Passes Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Amendment Bill

New Delhi: Amid a boycott by most opposition parties, Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed a bill which provides for stringent action against those compelling...

The current of discord on the Mekong

Trouble may be brewing on the Mekong. The cumulative socio-political and environmental impact of dams on the Mekong raises serious cause for concern. There...

Original houses of Ha Nhi ethnic minority people

VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Nhi ethnic minority people in Nam Pung Commune, Bat Xat District, Lao Cai Province are well-known for houses with old-fashioned...

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