Once-bustling Inle Lake goes silent

The people who depend on visitors to the popular Myanmar tourism destination have seen their livelihoods hit hard by the turmoil of the pandemic and military coup.


Indonesian envoy: ASEAN bars Myanmar junta chief from upcoming summit

The decision comes after Myanmar's military refuses to allow the bloc's envoy to meet all parties as was agreed.


Myanmar’s junta bars NLD defense lawyer from speaking with media

Khin Maung Zaw had relayed former President Win Myint’s testimony about an attempt to force his resignation.


Lao workers feel the sting of chemical use at Chinese-run banana farms

Laborers say that their bosses do not provide health care or pay them their salaries when they become ill and leave their jobs.


Interview: ‘Existing legislation on intimidation often doesn’t work,’ says Dutch lawmaker

Ruben Brekelmans discusses his parliamentary motion to include Uyghurs and other diaspora groups in the government’s human rights policy.


“When We Face Injustice, We Cannot be Silent”

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