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A spate of news reports of sexual attacks on Indian women and girls, sparked by the gang rape and murder of a woman in Delhi in December, has shocked many families, unaware of this side of their patriarchal society
Nearly half of Sittwe’s population used to be Muslim, but almost all have been pushed to rural areas and those remaining live in a quarter of town off limits to journalists and even aid agencies
Stronger evidence on the costs and benefits of climate-smart development would help make the case
Children in camps for displaced Muslims in western Myanmar grow up with little food, healthcare and education, and in unsanitary conditions
Rising seas and a lack of fresh water threaten the existence of the Marshall Islands
In Afghanistan, there is an incorrect perception among many men that they can do as they please and buy enough influence to keep women in cages at home
South Asia’s population is swelling, but the available water per person has taken a dive because of poor water management and conservation, as well as diversion to industries
Moses, a refugee from Myanmar, shares about the challenges faced by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersexed community in Thai camps
From a Saudi campaign to stop violence against women to a live debate on humanitarianism in the network age, check out what's in the pipeline for Thomson Reuters Foundation correspondents this week
Chut Wutty was one of Cambodia’s most vocal activists. He was murdered by military police while investigating illegal logging and land grabs
A study that aimed to protect the interests of forest dwellers by measuring the value of biodiversity has had a profound impact, scientists say
A sneak peek at what's in our hopper for the week of April 22
Women won’t become more resilient to the impacts of climate change unless they achieve better social rights
South Asian women say India's response to the New Delhi gang rape and murder fails to address women's rights but express some optimism that cultural change is beginning
Aid workers say the comments by Ajit Pawar were insensitive as millions in the west of the country face hunger and water shortages and they call for his resignation