Asia Calling 4 November 2017

Abducted publisher released but not free in China. Filipino and Thai campaigners unite to fight extrajudicial killings. The world's largest free school lunch program feeding 100 million Indian kids.

Senin, 06 Nov 2017 14:46 WIB

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Links are being forged between The Philippines and Thailand, as campaigners look to learn from past experience and find ways to bring extrajudicial killings to an end.

In India, we get a taste of the world’s largest free lunch program, which is feeding almost 100 million school kids every day.

And first up, the case of an abducted publisher and bookseller from Hong Kong, one of the victims of Chinese President Xi Jingping’s crackdown on media freedoms.

 

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