Stories from 13 May 2016
Five Things to Know About the Millions of Dead Fish Washing Up on Vietnam's Central Coast
"Clearly they don’t look at us as people, but animals. They want us to die with the fish."
Indonesians Light Candles and Seek Justice for Murdered Teenage Rape Victim
"We're all saddened by the tragic loss of Yuyun. Perpetrators must be arrested and receive maximum punishment. Women and children must be protected from violence."
Striking Google Satellite Photos Show Landslide Damage in Japan After Earthquakes
At least 49 people died in collapsed buildings and landslides, and tens of thousands more were evacuated as the result of frequent and violent aftershocks.
Bulgarian ‘Green’ Activist Faces Lawsuit Over Facebook Post
Bulgarian eco-activist Borislav Sandov was sentenced for "insulting" the director of a mining company through a Facebook status. Court of appeals will hear his case at the end of May.
Macedonia’s Government Is Subsidizing Bad Patriotic Rock Music and People Aren’t Happy
The selection of music involves categories such as "compositions that affirm the history of Macedonia" and "compositions that affirm family values and families with multiple children."