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In Malaysia, death penalty is mandatory for drug offenders. But authorities admit that this has not stamped out the drug problem.

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Psychologically immature, young offenders are given a chance to rehabilitate in Chinese prisons.

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Domestic violence against women in Pakistan is alarming. A man who burned his wife to death for giving birth to a girl and because her family gave no dowry was acquitted of the crime.

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Although encouraged to make money by the late Deng Xiaoping, China's capitalists can never be too careful.

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Indonesian children have to work to support their families. According to a report, 8 million children are not in schools and many work in factories.

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Lying in the Thar Desert between India and Pakistan, the thousand-year-old town of Jaisalmer with its ornate superstructures is facing a problem with water.

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AIDS campaigners say India is facing a huge AIDS pandemic but the government denies the extent of the problem. Looks at what is being done in Mumbai and Goa in the fight against the disease.

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As part of South Korean President Kim Dae-jong's Sunshine Policy, the leaders of North and South Korea met in Pyongyang in June 2000.

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Lured by the short waiting period, thousands of prospective American parents go to Asia to adopt babies. But weak adoption law in Asia has led to a boom in baby trafficking.

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Looks at an Indonesian Muslim cleric, Ustaz Khoiron's programme for prostitutes. Interviews two prostitutes who talk about their difficult lives.

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