Asia Calling 29 April 2017

Families separated by Afghan-Pakistan border. The deafening din of Indian cities. Sex workers in Thailand taking control of their business. Indonesian teacher with cerebral palsy challenges stigma.

Sabtu, 29 Apr 2017 10:16 WIB

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Marriages between Afghan refugees and Pakistani women have been taking place for decades, but increasing friction between the two countries leaving families separated by a border.

In Indonesia, an inspiring teacher is challenging the stigma surrounding cerebral palsy.

We hear from the din of India’s deafening cities – some of the loudest cities in the world.

 And from Thailand, we meet sex workers who are in control, and showing that they can do it their way.

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