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"Most of them are good people and are not doing alcohol, drugs or racing vehicles."
Rabies law pits bureaucrats against dog farmers
Condoms, birth control pills and Catholics portending moral decay
A counterintuitive case of corruption
Maoist rebels cool off in wake of brutal typhoon
Three years on, justice is hopelessly stalled in one of Asia’s worst political massacres.
Shout down the Chinese but, please, keep it brief
Why are Orange County suburbs beefing with Hanoi bureaucrats?
British-born former leader accused in death of bystander during violent protests
Ieng Sary, brutal regime's foreign minister, sane enough for trial
Cut cables, heightened patrols and threats all around
In parts of the archipelago, housewives top prostitutes in new HIV cases
Smile, mind your feet and stop making out in the street
A Texas-born quickie mart chain explodes across tropical Asia.
Territorial showdown overshadows Obama's trip to Southeast Asia.
The President will rub shoulders with a strongman and an ex-junta loyalist.
A POTUS in search of "good vibes"
How not to stifle dissidence in advance of a presidential visit
Why Southeast Asian palm oil producers resent the French government
Phnom Penh Post: street kids to be hidden from view before presidential visit