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Despite government claims that discrimination and inequality are things of the past, Nepal's widows find that Hindu law and cultural practices trump the new constitution.
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A Philippine senator who is a veteran human rights lawyer fears that the trial of the infamous Maguindanao massacre might take 200 years to finish.
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Evangelical Christians in Iran fear a massive crackdown by security forces around Christmas and say Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani may be executed earlier than authorities suggest.
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The call comes in the wake of the deadly hostage-taking of a busload of tourists in Manila last week.
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The brutal violence two years ago was shocking, but when a Tribunal of cultural luminaries addressed the pogram last month, India's national newspapers said not a word about it.
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