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2017/03/25 | Sally Tyler

'Lock Them All Up': Mass Imprisonment in US and Philippines

New mass incarceration policies in both the Philippines and the United States threaten to erode years of progress, writes Sally Tyler.

2016/11/30 | Michael Beltran

FEATURE: Portrait of a Filipino Artist in Captivity

Juan Paolo Verzosa, his wife and hundreds like them are being used as a bargaining chip for the state to gain the upper hand in ongoing peace negotiation in the Philippines.

2016/11/30 | Kyodo News

Japanese Prison Remodeled to Accommodate Elderly Inmates but Draws Criticism

Taxpayers are questioning if it's necessary 'to provide criminals with facilities almost like a hotel.'

2016/11/29 | Edward White

FEATURE: Clean and Serene - The Missing Stage of Drug Rehab in Taiwan

As Taiwan’s government tries to tackle a growing drug problem, former addicts are trying to build a bridge back to society.

2016/11/02 | Edward White

INTERVIEW: Waking from a Nightmare, 16 Years on Death Row in Taiwan

'I was afraid to sleep, in case I woke up back in jail.' A man wrongly convicted of kidnap and murder, speaks about his two decades on death row in Taiwan.

2016/09/26 | Hsu Chia-yu

Taiwan Prison Dog Training Helps Inmates Stay Away from Crime

Dog trainers say the recidivism rate among inmates who trained dogs is 'very low.'

2016/08/12 | TNL Staff

10 Inmates Killed in Philippines Prison Grenade Blast

At least 10 inmates who were killed at a prison in the Philippines on Thursday may have been trying to escape.