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February 18, 2022

Fear Runs Through Afghanistan’s ‘Hazardous’ Media Landscape

By Kathy Gannon
Dread and uncertainty mount with every new report of a fellow journalist having been detained, interrogated or beaten by Taliban fighters.

February 17, 2022

Rapid COVID-19 Home Tests Surge in India, Experts Flag Risks

By Aniruddha Ghosal and Shonali Ganguly
Although rules require people to share results with authorities, many aren’t doing so.
February 16, 2022

Xi Urges Hong Kong to Get Control as COVID-19 Cases Surge

By Alice Fung and David Rising
Hong Kong is facing its worst outbreak of the pandemic but doggedly persists in matching the mainland’s “zero-COVID” strategy.

February 16, 2022

Sri Lanka’s Archbishop Speaks Out Against Activist’s Arrest

By Krishan Francis
The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called the arrest of Shehan Malaka Gamage an "indecent and thuggish act" that resembled "an abduction.”

February 15, 2022

Afghanistan Under the Taliban: Tense Present, Bleak Future

By Kathy Gannon
Six months after the Taliban returned to power, Afghans are safer, poorer, and less hopeful.

February 15, 2022

Land Rights, Environment Top Election Agenda in India’s Goa

By Vineeta Deepak
Goa's turbulent politics is a microcosm of India's chaotic political landscape, where a diverse mix of religious and caste identities shape the elections. 
February 14, 2022

Biden Order on Frozen Funds an Atrocity, Says Former Afghan President Karzai

By Kathy Gannon
The U.S president said that $3.5 billion in Afghan assets would be set aside to potentially go to 9/11 victims, pending the outcome of court cases.

February 12, 2022

Biden Aims to Split Frozen Funds for Afghan Relief, 9/11 Victims

By Aamer Madhani and Kathy Gannon
9/11 victims have ongoing legal claims on the $7 billion in Afghan assets frozen in the U.S. banking system; courts will have to decide if the executive order issued by Biden can be facilitated.

February 12, 2022

Beijing’s Ambitious Olympic COVID Bubble: So Far, So Good

By Huizhong Wu and Ken Moritsugu
With the Games nearly halfway done, China is meeting its formidable Olympics challenge: welcoming 15,000 visitors without giving up on its “zero-COVID” strategy.

February 10, 2022

Hong Kong’s Zero-COVID Approach Meets Growing Frustration

By Alice Fung and David Rising
“This is insane… There is no way to reach zero cases.”

February 10, 2022

Indian State of Uttar Pradesh Begins Voting in Test for Modi’s Hindutva Politics

By Krutika Pathi
The polls are a referendum on the state’s saffron-robed Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a poster figure for the Hindu right-wing.
February 10, 2022

Taiwan, Somaliland Ties Growing Despite Diplomatic Isolation

By Associated Press
Somaliland broke away from Somalia in 1991 and has no formal diplomatic relations with any nation; Taiwan’s allies have dwindled over the years.

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