Asia Calling Program 21 October 2017

The siege of Marawi is over after 5 months. But what next? Indian Supreme court moves a step closer to outlawing child marriage. Japanese-American attorney Mia Yamamoto has had a life of transitions.

Sabtu, 21 Okt 2017 09:12 WIB

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After a 5 month long siege, the southern Philippines city of Marawi was finally declared liberated. But with the city in ruins, massive challenges lie ahead.

And in India, a landmark court case has declared that sex with a minor, within marriage is now considered rape. Many hope the ruling is the first step to criminalizing child marriage, and marital rape altogether.

Later in the show we hear from an inspiring Japanese-American legal activist. 

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