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Remains of Trinidad and Tobago's First Peoples returned to resting place

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First Thai female Theravada monk named one of BBC's 100 most influential women

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The Indian state of Odisha publishes online dictionaries in 21 indigenous languages

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Journalists faced obstacles covering elections in Mozambique, regional observer said

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India partially lifts communications blackout in Kashmir, internet still down

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Internet censorship in Sudan: Rethinking laws and tactics that served an authoritarian regime

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Was the Nobel Peace Prize for Ethiopia's prime minister premature?

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A Crimean Tatar journalist's defiant last words in court

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Eastern & Central Europe

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Meet the civic activists documenting abuses in Crimea

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Netizen Report: Iraq and Ecuador face network shutdowns amid public protests

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Meet Osama Manzar, the host of the @AsiaLangsOnline Twitter account for Oct 22 – 28, 2019

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