Kate Mayberry, Al Jazeera English

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Recent articles by Kate:

Najib faces day of reckoning in first Malaysia 1MDB trial

Judge in SRC trial will decide whether the prosecution has proved a prima facie case and if Najib must enter his defence → Read More

Hong Kong activist: Frustration fuels violence

Isaac Cheng says peaceful protests have failed to force government to change and some feel violence only option. → Read More

Southeast Asia takes on haze problem as long-term danger looms

Environment ministers seek solution to recurring issue as activists urge governments to make more comprehensive action. → Read More

Conservation in focus as survey shows drop in Malaysia orangutans

Survey in Sabah highlights importance of wildlife corridors and commitments to sustainable palm oil and timber. → Read More

Five years after MH17 tragedy a ray of hope for justice

Families, investigators urge Russia to cooperate, five years after plane shot down over rebel-held territory in Ukraine. → Read More

Malaysia parliament to debate move to lower voting age to 18

Proposals on registration and candidate ages also under consideration in reforms that will need constitutional changes. → Read More

'State-in-waiting': Papua's rebels unite against Indonesia rule

Independence groups say they are ready to 'take over our country' amid rumbling conflict in far east of the archipelago. → Read More

Malaysia reopens probe into kidnapping of Shia activist, pastor

Move comes after public inquiry concludes police's intelligence officers were behind the religion-linked abductions. → Read More

Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill explained

Critics fear bill will compromise Hong Kong's judicial system and prove the 'death knell' of 'one country, two systems'. → Read More

China rises but 30 years after Tiananmen crackdown remains taboo

Beijing has not apologised or revealed death toll, but as its global profile grows calls for accountability increase. → Read More

Myanmar military committing war crimes in Rakhine: Amnesty

Human rights group calls for situation in Rakhine state to be referred to International Criminal Court, sanctions. → Read More

A Thai mother's long fight for justice over 2010 deadly crackdown

Kamonket Akkahad was shot as she treated the wounded in the bloody crackdown on the Red Shirt protests nine years ago. → Read More

Gotabaya Rajapaksa confirms presidential run in anxious Sri Lanka

Former defence secretary accused of war crimes positions himself as 'law and order' candidate after deadly attacks. → Read More

Malaysia reform momentum wanes a year after historic election

Graft probes make headway, but opposition exploits economic woes to fan racial, religious tension and obstruct reform. → Read More

'A lot of body parts': Counting the dead after Sri Lanka attacks

Death toll from Easter bombings revised down by about 100 as health ministry said some victims were counted twice. → Read More

Bombings intelligence row exposes tension in Sri Lanka government

Defence minister says there was a 'major lapse' in intelligence sharing and attacks 'could have been avoided'. → Read More

Vote counting begins in Thailand's first election since coup

Preliminary results are expected within a few hours, although the official results will not be announced until May. → Read More

Thailand goes to polls as coup leader eyes return to power

Thais are voting in a long-delayed vote that could see Prayuth Chan-ocha return to power as a civilian prime minister. → Read More

Parties hold final rallies as Thailand prepares to vote

Before Sunday's elections, enthusiastic supporters cheer Future Forward party leader as campaigning draws to a close. → Read More

Democrats eye 150 seats in Thailand's first vote in 5 years

Abhisit Vejjajiva told Al Jazeera his party, the country's oldest, wants to move beyond the conflicts of the past. → Read More