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Four decades ago today, the Khmer Rouge regime that killed 2 million Cambodians in the 1970s collapsed. But despite massive economic and social change in the years since, the country is still searching for reconciliation.
India accounts for almost 40 per cent of female suicides worldwide — and young, married women are most at risk.
A one-month-old baby in Vanuatu has become the first child to be immunised using vaccines delivered by commercial drone to the inaccessible island where she lives with her family.
A Chinese-Australian writer who went missing after arriving at Guangzhou airport last week has been detained by Chinese authorities, according to the Australian embassy in Beijing.
Former foreign minister Gareth Evans is among nearly 150 scholars and former diplomats globally who have signed an open letter urging China's President Xi Jinping to "immediately release" two Canadians detained amid a worsening dispute between Beijing and Ottawa.
Newly invented by an unknown member of China's endlessly creative social media generation, the self-deprecating word has been dubbed the "unofficial word of the year" online.
A Dutch church service that began a month ago has maintained a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-per-week service for over a month to protect an Armenian refugee family from being deported.
Former Victorian premier John Brumby has resigned from the board of Chinese technology firm Huawei just three days after the US announced it would prosecute the company on a litany of charges including fraud and stealing trade secrets.
The only surviving senior Khmer Rouge leaders have been found guilty of genocide in a landmark judgement by Cambodia's long-running war crimes tribunal.
Climate change is forcing Cambodian farmers off their lands and into the clutches of a predatory brickmaking industry where a lifetime of debt bondage awaits them and their children, according to a study.
Australia has imposed sanctions and travel bans on five Myanmar military generals accused of leading last year's violent crackdown on the country's Rohingya.
The arrest of three journalists this week follows sentencing of two Reuters reporters as Myanmar's media faces mounting legal threats under Aung San Suu Kyi's government.
Three Australians were detained and released from China's political re-education camps in Xinjiang province in the past year, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
It came after an Australian Government body rebuked ANZ for its dealings with a Cambodian sugar firm, accusing the firm of failing to meet international human rights standards.