In 2002, Nepal outlawed indentured labour for children. Now, girls taken from their families are trying to make up for missing out on education.
The former cricketer brings an enthusiasm for welfare and eliminating corruption.
From meeting meth addicts locked in cells to joining an opium den, Patrick Winn wants the world to see the human face of organised crime.
Adul Sam-on was born in Wa, an unrecognised state within Myanmar.
The Russian president is less visible at the World Cup than at the Sochi Winter Olympics, but he is winning far more friends.
In recent years, Thailand has undergone a significant period of instability. Now it is focused on a unifying thread of hope.
Clare Rewcastle Brown’s investigation helped expose the 1MDB scandal that has led to the former PM’s arrest.
Neoliberalism and the revolt against austerity have pushed powerful states to impose social and economic pain on each other, or on smaller states.
The meeting was historic. But can Trump’s accidental “madman” strategy really work?
What do its three generations of leaders tell us about this brutal dictatorship and its prospects of a nuclear deal with Trump’s America?
“You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive,” Trump wrote in his letter cancelling the summit.