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Mass Graves Found At Malaysia Trafficking Camps — Malaysia's chief of police has revealed that his officers have discovered 139 graves in 28 human trafficking camps along Malaysia's northern border with Thailand. Khalid Abu Bakar said that some of the graves contained the remains of more than one victim, all thought to be migrants from Burma and Bangladesh.

Rohingya Migrants Recount Desperate Journeys — A group of Rohingya Muslims have told Sky News about the horrors they suffered in their Burmese homeland and their frightening journey to a new life of struggle in Malaysia. Langkawi is a holiday island for most, but it is also a place where many of the Asian "boat people" drift ashore.

Philippines Pledges To Help Stranded Migrants — The Philippines has indicated that it is willing to accept some of the 'boat people' stranded on boats in the Andaman Sea and Strait of Malacca. A spokesman for the Foreign Affairs Department in Manila was short on detail but expressed a commitment to help the migrants which goes further than other countries in the region.

Nepal's PM: Ban On RAF Chinooks Is Not Politics — Nepal's Prime Minister has added confusion to the debacle over permission for British Chinook helicopters to fly in Nepal. Speaking to Sky News, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said he had refused access to the three Royal Air Force helicopters because of limited space at Kathmandu airport, and insisted the decision had nothing to do with politics.

Special Report: Survivors Cut Off By Nepal Quake — We are flying low over Nepal's mountainous countryside heading for towns at the centre of Nepal's earthquake where hundreds of people are stranded. Our destination is the town of Kodari. It was the epicentre of Tuesday's massive earthquake and lies in a steep valley on the border with China.

Medics Working Flat Out To Help Quake Victims — There is some utterly incredible work taking place in the hospitals of Nepal. For nearly three weeks now, since the first earthquake hit, surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses and all their support teams have been working around the clock in extremely challenging conditions to treat horrifically injured people.

Man Filmed Beating Toddler In Street — Follow the election results live on, our mobile apps and on Sky News TV from 10pm. A video of a toddler being viciously attacked on the street is causing outrage in China. The video shows a man repeatedly kicking and beating the toddler - who, police have told Sky News, is aged two or three.

Chinese Feminist Describes Prison Ordeal — One of five feminists detained in China for over a month in a case which drew international attention has spoken to Sky News about her ordeal. Speaking by Skype from her hometown in Guangxi Province, Wei Tingting described her fear and nervousness during prolonged periods of interrogation in which authorities tried to trick her into confessing to crimes she did not commit.

China Releases Five Women's Rights Activists — Five women's rights activists detained in China for a month have been released. Wang Qiushi, a lawyer representing one of the five, Wei Tingting, told Sky News that she and Wang Man, Li Tingting, Wu Rongrong and Zheng Churan had been released without charge.

Borneo Man To Hang For British Students' Murder — A 24-year-old man has been sentenced to death for the killing of two British medical students on the island of Borneo last August. Fishmonger Zulkipli Abdullah faces death by hanging once his appeals have been exhausted. Newcastle University students Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were found lying in a road in Kuching, the capital of Malaysia's Sarawak state, on 6 August.
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May 30, 2015

Stunning. Angkor Wat at sunrise this morning. No filters here. It looked like this!

May 28, 2015

Looking forward to talking to @Kate_ForcesNews & @sceptredislenet on @bfbsSitrep later - discussing China's growing military assertiveness.

May 28, 2015

@yorkshireguy I agree. It is. I will mention it to the website team. Thanks.

May 27, 2015

RT @woonkingchai: ICYMI: #Rohingya Muslims tell @Stone_SkyNews about the difficult journey they took from Burma risking death and rape.…

May 25, 2015

RT @SkyNewsAsia: #Rohingya give important testimony to @SkyNews of treatment inside camps 'rape, torture, multi-national traffickers'…

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