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Women's rights are difficult to safeguard. It is even more so in a predominantly Muslim society like Kashmir.

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Korean women believe good looks help them find good husbands and land them good jobs. This has spawned a booming plastic surgery industry. The surgery outcome may not always be satisfactory.

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Many endangered animal species in Cambodia have fallen prey to poachers in the jungles near the border with Vietnam.

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A network of infiltration tunnels dug by North Koreans into South Korean territory is of equal threat to South Korea as North Korea's nuclear weapons.

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The Indus River is dying. Dams built across its valley supply water to the upper reaches of the river while the lower reaches are dying of thirst and seawater has invaded farmlands.

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Polygamy has been practiced in Muslim societies for centuries. Experts say the Koran sanctions polygamy to provide a father and husband to orphans and widows.

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The concept that fair skin equates beauty is deep rooted in Chinese and Japanese cultures.

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Shows destructions to the temples and murals in the ancient city of Pagan, Myanmar. The government has applied unsuccessfully to UNESCO to declare it a world heritage site.

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In Pakistani villages, disputes are settled by the traditional tribal council called Jirga. But Jirga is not always fair and equitable.

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Dalets or untouchables make up a quarter of India's population. They have the lowest status in the society, condemned to the life of poverty and destined to do the lowliest jobs.

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