Terrorism in South-East Asia on the rise

Female foeticides and selective abortions drop in Nepal
The Indian Supreme Court bans Internet giants from carrying pre-natal sex selection ads. As a first consequence, under the influence of its big neighbour, the number of selective abortions in Nepal has dropped. Doctors working at clinics on the border have confirmed the decline by as much as 50 per cent. Every day, some 50,000 people cross the border for health-related visits, treatments and medical drugs.
In Korea, work can kill migrants but can also give new life
The stories of Mario, Federico and Bo Eun have different endings, but they all show the need for greater integration and better care for people in Korean society. The third and final part of the analysis by an Oblate missionary involved in caring for migrants in the country.