The United Nations chief, Ban Ki-moon, has personally called on Malcolm Turnbull to reconsider Australia’s policy on turning back asylum seeker boats during a meeting in Malaysia.Read More
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo viewed that cooperation in the maritime sector would be the new priority for the East Asia Summit.
“Cooperation in the maritime sector is very strategic because it’s in line with Ind Read More
MANILA - Japan will soon open its doors to Filipino domestic workers.
This was one of the topics discussed during the bilateral meeting between President Benigno Aquino III and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday evening.Read More
For Myanmar migrant workers, election results bring hope of returning to a better country - Channel NewsAsia
KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19: Lawyer Faisal Al-Enezi filed a petition with the Constitutional Court challenging the constitutionality of some articles found in the Law No. 68/2015 concerning domestic workers, especially second and third articles that set the condition of running domestic offices, which stipulates the owner must have high school certificate as a minimum.Read More
The Rohingya, one of Asia’s most benighted populations, who are being driven out of Myanmar and Bangladesh, often to an uncertain fate and scattered among Southeast Asian nations where they are often sold, kidnapped, raped or murdered, get no mention in a new 230-page report for 2015 by the International Organization for Migration.Read More