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People protest at a pro-Uighur rally outside UN headquarters in New York. Freedom Of Speech, Freedom Of Movement, Chinese Party, Women In China, Turkic Languages, Freedom Of Religion, Muslim, Crime, Camps

China's treatment of Uighurs is 'embarrassment for humanity', says Turkey

Ankara calls for UN to act on ‘human tragedy’ of re-education of the Turkic-speaking minority in Xinjiang province

Justice and the Rohingya people are the losers in Asia's new cold war | Opinion | The Guardian Human Rights Organisations, International Court Of Justice, Strait Of Malacca, Asia News, Military Figures, The Hague, Military Personnel, Freedom Of Movement, Insurgent

Justice and the Rohingya people are the losers in Asia's new cold war

Attacks against the Muslim minority in Myanmar have gone unchecked as regional players focus on their own interests

Thailand protesters openly criticise monarchy in Harry Potter-themed rally | World news | The Guardian Paul Chambers, Emergency Power, Head Of State, Constitution, Police Officer, The Guardian, Harry Potter, Bangkok, Rise Against

Thailand protesters openly criticise monarchy in Harry Potter-themed rally

Demonstrators issue rare rebuke in country where defaming royals is punishable by up to 15 years in jail

Himalayan flashpoint could spiral out of control as India and China face off | World news | The Guardian Wuhan, Karakoram Highway, Thailand Travel, Cambodia Travel, Indian Army, Face Off, China, Himalayan, Tibet

Himalayan flashpoint could spiral out of control as India and China face off

At least 20 died after soldiers fought with clubs and rocks along the disputed border, making de-escalation hard for the nuclear states

UK faces difficult path as it resumes courtship with India | UK news | The Guardian

UK faces difficult path as it resumes courtship with India

Boris Johnson is hoping to improve relations with rising superpower but many roadblocks stand in his way

Is Myanmar the new Syria? Rising violence threatens a repeat tragedy | Myanmar | The Guardian Gratitude, Queen Of England, War, Grateful Heart, Thanks, Be Grateful

Is Myanmar the new Syria? Rising violence threatens a repeat tragedy

As ethnic militias back the popular uprising and refugees flee the country, the similarities with Syria are deeply disturbing

Fear turns to fury in Myanmar as children shot by military | Global development | The Guardian Armed Forces, Combat Training, The Guardian, World War Ii, Red Carpet, Unintended Consequences, China Russia, Army, Military Coup

Fear turns to fury in Myanmar as children shot by military

Bloody crackdowns and massacres initiate anger and stronger desire for a future without the Tatmadaw

Rooster fitted with blade for cockfight kills its owner in India | India | The Guardian The Guardian, Blade, Rooster, India India, Fitness, Animals, Discord, 21st Century, Asia

Rooster fitted with blade for cockfight kills its owner in India

Bird with knife attached to leg ready to take on opponent inflicts fatal injuries to man’s groin

Indian troops brawl with Chinese counterparts on border | India | The Guardian Military Post, China Today, People's Liberation Army, Indian Territory, Indian Government, Indian Army, The Clash, Face Off, News India

Indian troops brawl with Chinese counterparts on border

Clash in Sikkim happened days before talks aimed at ending tensions in Ladakh border dispute

The Guardian view on India's farming revolt: a bitter harvest | Narendra Modi | The Guardian Military Salute, Government Budget, Corporate Profits, General Strike, New Law, Republic Day, Bitter, The Guardian

The Guardian view on India's farming revolt: a bitter harvest | Editorial

Editorial: There’s a growing backlash against Narendra Modi’s autocratic tendencies and the plutocrat donors who fund his party

Amazon Prime drama agrees to changes after Hindu nationalist pressure | India | The Guardian Crime In India, Hindu Deities, Hinduism, Muslim Men, See Movie, Amazon Prime Video, Social Change, Bollywood Actors, The Guardian

Amazon Prime drama agrees to changes after Hindu nationalist pressure

Director of Tandav agrees to remove scenes deemed to insult Hindu gods and office of Indian prime minister

Sing Me a Song review – sombre Bhutanese internet love story | Documentary films | The Guardian Songs To Sing, Love Songs, Old Monk, Song Reviews, 10 Years Later, Religious Studies, Sundance Film, Title Card, The Monks

Sing Me a Song review – sombre Bhutanese internet love story

French documentarian Thomas Balmès checks in with the Himalayan monk he filmed back in 2013 to find him addicted to online romance

Mount Everest: China and Nepal agree on new, taller height | Mount Everest | The Guardian Mount Everest, Climbing Everest, National Geographic Society, Climbers, Natural Wonders, In The Heights, Tourism, Marvel, Blue Hole

Mount Everest: China and Nepal agree on new, taller height

Countries have settled on 8,848.86m – higher than either’s previous measurements

'Very nice!': Kazakhstan adopts Borat's catchphrase in new tourism campaign | World news | The Guardian Sacha Baron Cohen, Rocky Horror, Da Ali G Show, Rudy Giuliani, Live Stream, Teenage Daughters, Amazon Prime Video, Instagram Influencer, Movies

'Very nice!': Kazakhstan adopts Borat's catchphrase in new tourism campaign

An official said the phrase, popularised by Sacha Baron Cohen’s character, sums up the vast tourism potential of the nation in a ‘short, memorable way’

Justice and the Rohingya people are the losers in Asia's new cold war | Opinion | The Guardian Burma Campaign, International Court Of Justice, Strait Of Malacca, Un Security, Bay Of Bengal, Asia News, Refugee Crisis, Cold War

Justice and the Rohingya people are the losers in Asia's new cold war

Attacks against the Muslim minority in Myanmar have gone unchecked as regional players focus on their own interests

Villagers help Indian troops face Chinese forces in Himalayas | World news | The Guardian Army Tent, Chinook Helicopters, Times Of India News, Military Operations, Army Vehicles, Himalayan, The Guardian, Troops, Fighter Jets

Villagers help Indian troops face Chinese forces in Himalayas

Both sides prepare for winter with little hope of diplomatic outcome to border dispute