Asia Calling 26 August 2017

Afghan refugees stage a 2 week long sit-down strike in Sweden. Why has no Pakistani civilian PM never finished a term in office? The Islamic practice of 'Instant divorce,' banned in India.

Senin, 28 Agus 2017 08:35 WIB

Young Afghan refugees in Sweden hold a 2-week long protest – a peaceful sit-in, as they plead not to be sent back to Afghanistan, where conflict continues to mount.

In Pakistan, ousted Prime Minister Sharif has announced he will challenge the Supreme Court ruling that has disqualified him from office. Our correspondent asks why it is that not a single civilian Prime Minister has served a full term in the country.

And in Thailand, we meet the refugees and migrant workers who are uniting across ethnic lines that divided them in their home country Myanmar.

 

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