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Updated: 12th January 2020 21:01Asian Voices

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Politics
India’s Supreme Court has ordered the government to review all curbs in Kashmir, saying that freedom of internet access is a "fundamental right."
World News
The committee will attempt to root all political gestures out of the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
Politics
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said limiting Trump's military action with Iran will fulfill the House's duty to "keep the American people safe."
WOMEN'S WORK
The number of female characters in box office hits reached a “recent historic high,” according to an annual study, but women of color are making fewer gains.

Politics
"Once they take away the rights of one group, the rest of us are not going to be safe,” said one Iranian American detained for over 11 hours at the U.S. border.
Entertainment
No actors of color or female directors were nominated for the British equivalent of the Oscars.
Entertainment
Should we take the Golden Globes seriously when it fails to take voting seriously?
Entertainment
The actor won the award for her role in Lulu Wang's "The Farewell."
World News
Kane Tanaka, who was last year confirmed as the oldest living person, celebrated her birthday in southern Japan.
Politics
Donald Trump is launching "Evangelicals for Trump” at a Miami megachurch on Friday, days after Christianity Today denounced him in an editorial.
Politics
Yang’s ascendance comes as other candidates of color have struggled to gain traction in the increasingly white field of top Democratic presidential contenders.
U.S. News
The disability community is educating the public with the hashtag #YouMightBeAbleistIf.
U.S. News
Trainees and staffers with a state agency gave the salute in a class photo, saying they were honoring an instructor.
Entertainment
Fans were upset that the Asian-American actor, who faced an onslaught of hatred after her first "Star Wars" film, barely featured in the new movie.
Style & Beauty
To Judge Judy's clip-in ponytail and beyond.
U.S. News
As foreign governments continue to attack U.S. elections, state and local officials are becoming the primary defenders of American democracy.
Politics
After a report revealed his campaign exploited prison laborers to make calls on his behalf, Bloomberg said he's no longer working with the company that hired them.
Culture & Arts
In the 2010s, the publishing industry finally wrestled with its problems with diversity.
Politics
"Our children are watching," the California Democrat said.
Asian Voices
A new law gives undocumented Hindus, Buddhists, Christian, and other religious minorities a pathway to citizenship, but excludes Muslims.