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UCA Asia News - May 14

Some clerics see Sri Lanka terror attacks as part of a deep-rooted conspiracy to defame Islam and Muslims
Religious affairs regulations now being implemented in provinces reflect national policy priorities
Church's charity arm provides counseling services, material support and lodgings for survivors and bereaved families
Up to 50 forced to remain in village school where six were killed by Myanmar military
Elections seen as litmus test on popularity of President Duterte's administration
The 82-year-old pope looks increasingly like a man rushing to complete a mission
Teenager flees Pakistan because of blasphemy allegations, he arrives in Bangkok with not much more than the shirt on his back
Specter of popular uprising looms on horizon as Subianto's supporters reject Widodo's claims of re-election success
Outcome of the Supreme Court's order will have country-wide ramifications
Islanders say they keep ancient traditions alive while conservationists complain of increasing commercialization
More than 15 people became victims of the country’s blasphemy laws last year
'Month of flowers' features colorful displays, celebrations and prayers