Michael Sullivan In 2003, Michael Sullivan moved to Hanoi to open NPR's Southeast Asia Bureau, which covers, but is not limited to, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines and his base, Vietnam.
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Thai Dissidents Disappear Or Turn Up Dead, Even After Escaping Nation

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Legal Challenges Expected After Thai Election Results Are Posted

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After 2 Years Of Rule, King Of Thailand Finally Set To Be Crowned

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Suicide Bombings In Sri Lanka Revive Painful Notoriety For The Island Nation

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After Terror Attacks, Sri Lanka Bans Female Face Coverings

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Neighborhood In Sri Lanka Remains On Edge After Suicide Bombings

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Sri Lankan Government Admits It Failed To Heed Intelligence Warnings

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No Official Winner Has Been Declared Nearly A Month After Thailand's General Election

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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha, who ousted Thailand's elected government in 2014, speaks in Bangkok on Friday during the his last major campaign rally ahead of this weekend's elections. Lilllian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Critics Don't Expect Thailand's Election To Be Free Or Fair

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An estimated 5,500 Komodo dragons live in Komodo National Park. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Amid Tourism Push, Concern Grows Over Indonesia's Komodo Dragons

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Woman Accused Of Murdering Half Brother Of North Korea's Leader Is Freed

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Spike In Tourism To Indonesia's Komodo Island Has Environmentalists Worried

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Pham Ngoc Canh, from Vietnam, met his North Korean wife, Ri Yong Hui, in 1971. They finally were able to marry in 2002 and now live in Hanoi. Nguyen Huy Kham/Reuters hide caption

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He's Vietnamese. She's From North Korea. They Had To Wait 3 Decades To Marry

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