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Esther Htusan became Burma's first Pulitzer Prize winner after publishing a year-long team investigation of modern slavery in the Southeast Asian fishing industry.
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Christians in Muslim-dominated Iraq report that they are the first victims of attacks launched by Islamic militant group known as Islamic State.
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The Buddhist, ultra-nationalist Committee to Protect Nationality and Religion is seeing its power falter under the new democratically elected government.
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With complaints of voting violations pouring in ahead of last month's elections, Indonesian activists launched the Mata Massa polling-watchdog app.
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Burma's march toward stable democracy is beset by grave threats on all sides, especially the entrenched power of former junta leaders brokering the new system in their own interest.
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Born in a remote village in eastern Burma, where civil war raged for decades and education was limited, Saw Yan Naing never imagined he would write for a Burmese and international audience.
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The influential Buddhist monk U Thuzana has erected by force two pagodas in the last two weeks on land belonging to an Anglican church in Karen State in southeastern Burma.
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Deep-rooted racism, religious tensions, and intermittent civil war are major challenges to the process of reform Burma has carried out over the last year.
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Opposition and anger have been growing among extremist Buddhist nationalists and monks against a newly installed vice president in Burma, Henry Van Thio.
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A bloody religious clash last month in the central-Burma town of Meikhtila left some 40 people dead and displaced roughly 9,000, leaving Muslim communities living in fear.
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