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Terror Strikes Sri Lanka
April 22, 2019

Terror Strikes Sri Lanka

By Associated Press and The Diplomat
The country remains in shock as the government investigates bombings that killed nearly 300 people.
Indonesian Elections: Scenes From Aceh
April 19, 2019

Indonesian Elections: Scenes From Aceh

By Nicholas Muller
The northernmost and most conservative province of Aceh is a stronghold for opposition candidate Prabowo Subianto.

Thailand’s Election Impasse
March 29, 2019

Thailand’s Election Impasse

By Nicholas Muller
The first election in Thailand since the 2014 coup has so far brought more confusion than clarity.

Delhi's Dying Holy River
March 12, 2019

Delhi's Dying Holy River

By Delhi Photo Expedition
The Yamuna River is more raw sewage than freshwater these days, and that's taking a heavy toll on local people.

The Many Faces of India's Kumbh Mela
March 01, 2019

The Many Faces of India's Kumbh Mela

By Prabhat Singh
India is once again holding the world's largest religious festival. But not everyone is here to worship.
What’s Showing at Asia's Biggest Contemporary Art Festival?
February 13, 2019

What’s Showing at Asia's Biggest Contemporary Art Festival?

By BeJoy Sebastian Xavier
A taste of India's Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
February 08, 2019

Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar

By Jittrapon Kaicome
Karen armed groups gather to seek peace while marking the 70th anniversary of the original revolution.
Mongolia's March Against Corruption
February 02, 2019

Mongolia's March Against Corruption

By Peter Bittner
The view from Sukhbaatar Square during a series of mass protests.

The Chinese Railways Remolding East Africa
January 25, 2019

The Chinese Railways Remolding East Africa

By Nicholas Muller
Chinese-financed transport infrastructure projects are fundamentally changing connectivity in East Africa.

Safe But Betrayed: Pakistani Hindu Refugees in India
January 22, 2019

Safe But Betrayed: Pakistani Hindu Refugees in India

By Shreyasee Raj
After fleeing religious persecution in Pakistan, life in India brings its own challenges.

How Kashmir Keeps Warm
January 17, 2019

How Kashmir Keeps Warm

By Sugato Mukherjee
Kangdis are more than a way to survive a bitter winter; they are part of Kashmir's cultural legacy.
Rajapaksa’s Town: A Visit to Hambantota
January 09, 2019

Rajapaksa’s Town: A Visit to Hambantota

By Nicholas Muller
A look at developments in the stronghold of Mahinda Rajapaksa’s southern region of Hambantota.

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