Asia Calling Program on 20 August 2016

Afghan refugees in Pakistan forced to return home. Child labour laws in India. Student suicide in India. Indonesia's first President Sukarno and his secret art collection.

Senin, 22 Agus 2016 11:44 WIB


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Returning home after thirty years must be a truly strange, and probably dislocating experience.

This week we head to the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan, where for decades millions of Afghans have been living in limbo.

Well recently many of them packed up their belongings and crossed the border toward an uncertain future. We take a look at why.

We’re also going to be hearing about a new law on child labor in India, and Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno and his secret art collection.

We have all that and more coming up on this week’s show.


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