Bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo said the government should prioritize the needs of the "under-privileged, sick, elderly, women, and children"
“Lawfare is very common in the Philippines, but is happening everywhere in Southeast Asia and beyond," said Charles Santiago of Malaysia
Officially, 6,181 people were killed in Duterte's "war on drugs" but rights groups say that up to 30,000 may have been killed
In their view, Gandhi failed to stop Britain's colony from being partitioned into the separate nations of India and Pakistan
The stern-looking 40-year-old monk with broad shoulders and wide-set eyes made a name for himself in Sagaing’s Kanbalu township
The stigma around their pasts means women who leave their devadasi order often endure lives as outcasts or objects of ridicule
Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, is one of the events China and Chinese communities around the world celebrate
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