Myanmar's military investigates a 'war crime' in an era of reform

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Myanmar's military investigates a 'war crime' in an era of reform

The first and second bodies pulled from the shallow grave in northern Myanmar didn't belong to Aik Chin's missing son. Nor, he prayed, did the third, whose face was unrecognizable from a severe beating.

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Saving the Saola: a 20th century discovery, a 21st century challenge

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Saving the Saola: a 20th century discovery, a 21st century challenge

Another kind of war is being waged along the Ho Chi Minh Trail these days. It has nothing to do with the conflict that made the supply line between what was then North and South Vietnam famous around the world more than four decades ago. But it’s a war nonetheless, and riding on its outcome are the fates of one of the most biologically rich forests on the planet, the people who live there, and a shy, critically endangered creature...

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India needs water before it can become the world’s next factory

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Báo Thanh Niên English 7 month(s) ago

India needs water before it can become the world’s next factory

On a steamy May morning in Ballari, a former British military outpost in southern India, the handful of workers still employed at Bachal Lal Varma’s jeans-washing factory sit on the dusty street outside with nothing to do.

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Art of preservation prevails in Lộc Yên Village

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Art of preservation prevails in Loc Yen Village

Lộc Yên Village, situated in the midlands of Quảng Nam Province’s Tiên Phước District, is known for its centuries-old houses with stone pathways. In addition to the houses, nature and the lifestyle of the villagers have been preserved for over 200 years. Generations still maintain their ancestors’ priceless treasures over time, Công Thành reports.

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Robins Department Store donates part of revenue to poor ethnic minorities in Vietnam

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Robins Department Store donates part of revenue to poor ethnic minorities in Vietnam

Robins Department Store, a member of Central Group, on May 31 visited and presented gifts to villagers of K’Long Village in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.

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In Vietnam, ethnic minority man fights to revive Bahnar music

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In Vietnam, ethnic minority man fights to revive Bahnar music

While younger generations of the Bahnar people in Vietnam’s Central Highlands are turning away from their traditional music, one man is fighting to ‘awaken’ the art form of his culture.

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Sand dredging licences secretly soaring

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VietStock FI English 8 month(s) ago

Sand dredging licences secretly soaring

Despite the government’s vow to be more transparent with regulations and the issuing of sand-dredging licences, the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) has granted nearly 70 new such licences without holding public auctions or requiring companies to disclose environmental impact assessments (EIA) results to the public, according to data from the ministry.

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Thousands homeless in cyclone-hit Bangladesh

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Thousands homeless in cyclone-hit Bangladesh

Thousands of Bangladeshis were left homeless on Sunday (May 22) after Cyclone Roanu battered the impoverished southern coastal region, ripping apart flimsy houses and killing at least 24 people.

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Over 200 families feared buried by landslides in Sri Lanka

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Báo Dân Trí English 8 month(s) ago

Soldiers and police used sticks and bare hands Wednesday to dig through enormous piles of mud covering houses in three villages hit by massive landslides in central Sri Lanka, with hundreds of families reported missing.

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The isolated lives of bridgeless villages in Vietnam

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 10 month(s) ago

The isolated lives of bridgeless villages in Vietnam

People living in two villages in the south-central Vietnamese province of Quang Nam have been putting their lives at risk on a daily basis by crossing a fierce river using only the smallest of boats.

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Protests against migrants in Turkey, Greece

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Villagers near a Greek migrant camp call on the government to evacuate the migrants, while Turkish marchers protest an EU deal that will relocate migrants from Greece to their western township.

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The “bomb cutting village” in Quang Tri

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The “bomb cutting village” in Quang Tri

Tan Hiep Village in Cam Tuyen Commune, Cam Lo District in the central province of Quang Tri is called the "bomb sawing village" because nearly 90% of the villagers used to earn their living searching for scrap metal left from wars.

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Rampaging elephants kill five villagers in India

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Rampaging elephants kill five villagers in India

Five people have been killed by wild elephants that went on the rampage, triggering panic in a village in eastern India, a local official said Monday.

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Festival of Tho Ha Ancient Pottery Village

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VietnamNet English 11 month(s) ago

Festival of Tho Ha Ancient Pottery Village

Local villagers in motley costumes parade through the streets of Tho Ha on February 28 at the triennial village festival.

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Thousands of people attend Hai Luu Buffalo Fighting Festival

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Thousands of people attend Hai Luu Buffalo Fighting Festival

VietNamNet Bridge – The final round of the Hai Luu traditional buffalo fighting festival took place in Lap Thach district of Vinh Phuc Province on Wednesday morning (Feb. 24), attracting thousands of local people and tourists.

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