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Ko Htet and his wife Su Yee Win are lovers in a dangerous time, which happens to be an entirely unexpected feature of their new life as a married couple.
When they posed for a series of classy black and white photographs on the grounds of Yangon University earlier this year, they had not spent a whole lot of time worrying about their future. Instead they were comfortable just rambling through the present.
Along with his studies, Ko Htet, was gaining a reputation as a popular singer at bars and clubs while his fiancé was busy with her university course in Burma’s biggest city, Yangon.
Everything changed four weeks ago, after a police crackdown against student protesters in a dusty town called Letpadan.
After a surprisingly clear victory for Benjamin Netanyahu, Likud party supporters are celebrating the continued rule of “King Bibi”.
The Emwazi family lawyer tells Channel 4 News that his client has absolutely nothing to hide after being accused of “collaborating” with his son Mohammed.
John Sparks comes face-to-face with the man whose son is thought to be Jihadi John, the gruesome executioner for Islamic State.
They are young and well-educated, a pair of committed pro-democracy activists, but their participation in a student play means they will spend the next two and a half years in a Thai prison.
Plastic surgery in Thailand is a booming business – but procedures there carry risks, as was shown by the death of a young British woman in a Bangkok clinic last year.
Burma’s president declares a state of emergency in the Kokang region and imposes a three-month period of martial law, hours after a Red Cross convoy comes under attack.
A Hong Kong woman is convicted of beating and starving her Indonesian maid in a case that sparked international outrage.
Tourists take the boat to the island of Koh Tao to get away from it all but after a pair of brutal murders, two mysterious deaths, many people may feel inclined to keep well clear.
Online, Tony Abbott’s decision has been treated with a large dollop of incredulity. It has been likened to an April Fool’s Day prank.