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Death penalty27 Oct 2016 18:44 GMT
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Human Rights03 Sep 2016 08:13 GMT
According to a recent report, 1.8 million Kashmiri adults suffer from some form of mental distress.
Humanitarian crises21 Jul 2016 09:41 GMT
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Thailand25 Jun 2016 08:03 GMT
After more than a decade of conflict, the violence in Thailand's deep south takes a toll on people's mental wellbeing.
Health23 Apr 2016 18:40 GMT
Data shows 13 people out of every 100,000 took their lives in 2014, with "white" suicides showing steepest rise.
Mental health18 Apr 2016 14:11 GMT
As people treat mental illness as a spiritual rather than a medical disorder, many victims go untreated.
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Ukraine12 Apr 2016 11:32 GMT
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Mental health22 Mar 2016 12:17 GMT
Suicide and self-inflicted injuries are the leading causes of death among First Nations youth and adults.
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