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By Alyaa Alhadjri (Malaysiakini) They left home seeking a better future, lured by a dream to be free from the shackles o...

By Deborah Germaine Augustin (New Naratif) Early one Saturday morning in November,  a team of six conservationists ...

By Lam Le (New Naratif) In April, nine Vietnamese women huddled into the frame of a smartphone camera to broadcast a ple...

Makin Sengsara Karena Pandemi, Nasib Pekerja Migran Indonesia | Liputan Khusus by Caesar Akbar (Tempo.co) Under economic...

As we enjoy the fruits of an industrial society, we are often  blind to the negative impacts of irresponsible indus...

A lack of affordable housing feeds working-class Malaysians’ discontent. We look at the high prices of houses and ...

Tourism puts an island on the map, but at what cost? The corals and marine diversity that draw tourists to the islands a...

Selangor is the richest and most developed state in Malaysia yet there are still people in the state that are still rely...

Malaysian government’s vaccine rollout is the most important government endeavor ever since the COVID-19 virus appeare...

Hutan Simpan Kledang Saiong in Kinta district Perak is slowly being degazetted to make way for logging and industrial ac...