Visitors to Bangkok’s Wat Phai Ngern Buddhist temple touch stone statues of infants during a Nov. 27 ceremony for 2,002 fetuses found in the temple's mortuary. The fetuses were found Nov. 16 and believed to be from illegal abortion clinics. Wang Zemin for NPR hide caption

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Thailand Revisits Abortion Laws After Grim Discovery

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Cambodian American Returns Home

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Red Shirt anti-government protesters shout slogans and sing songs during a demonstration at the Democracy monument in Bangkok, on Dec. 10. The Thai government recently announced it would lift the state of emergency in place since riots in April and May, the country's worst political violence in years. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Thai Riots Sign Of Simmering Political Tensions

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Cambodia In Mourning After Deadly Stampede

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A computer user in Kuala Lumpur points to local news portals on the Internet. Malaysia's government controls the print media, but news is reportedly free online -- a factor that has altered the balance of political power in the nation. Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Malaysia, Web's Popularity Breaks A Grip On Power

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Suu Kyi Galvanizes Myanmar's Democracy Movement

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Newly released opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at the National League for Democracy headquarters in Yangon Friday. Soe Than Win/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar's Suu Kyi Wastes No Time After Being Freed

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Recovery teams including Kopassus, the Indonesian special military, look for victims' remains outside Yogyakarta. Lianne Milton for NPR hide caption

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Few Blessings In Indonesia's Slow-Motion Disaster

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For Indonesians, Obama's Visit Is Long Overdue

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A campaign vehicle with posters of  candidates drives on a street in Yangon ahead of national elections Sunday in Myanmar. The elections will be the country's first in two decades. Khin Maung Win/AP hide caption

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As Myanmar Prepares For Elections, Its Critics Fret

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In Asia, Clinton Reaches Across Islands

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A Baluch man holds a poster of a nationalist leader. The Baluch are deeply divided between seeking outright independence for Baluchistan and seeking autonomy within Pakistan. Wang Zemin hide caption

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Modern-Day 'Great Game' Plays Out In Baluchistan

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Gunmen Attack Dozens Of NATO Trucks In Pakistan

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Pakistan Insists Rumors Of Regime Change Are False

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Taliban Vow More Attacks On NATO Supplies

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