Burma Welcomes Genocide Deniers to Rohingyas’ Home
Burma’s government won’t let the UN into Rakhine state, site of its alleged slaughter of Rohingya Muslims—but it just rolledRead more.
US, Russian officials dispute reports of Russians casualties
WASHINGTON — Feb 14, 2018, 12:10 AM ET (By robert burns and vladimir isachenkov, associated press) It’s a scenario manyRead more.
‘Action must be taken against Pakistan’
Last updated on: February 13, 2018 07:43 IST ‘A stronger response on the border, some action needs to be taken againstRead more.
Winter Olympics: Kim Jong-un calls for further reconciliation
FEB 13, 2018 North Korea’s leader has called for a “further livening up” of the “warm climate of reconciliation”Read more.
South Africa’s ANC demands President Jacob Zuma step down
By Krista Mahr Ι February 13 at 7:22 AM Ι JOHANNESBURG — South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party announced TuesdayRead more.
Inside Wall Street’s $8 billion time bomb
Bloomberg | Feb 7, 2018, 20:53 IST Highlights Before whirlwind, banks turned volatility into the hot item VIX wasRead more.
A Korean Olympic Dilemma: Do Hockey Sticks Violate U.N. Sanctions?
By CHOE SANG-HUN FEB. 7, 2018 SEOUL, South Korea — To give, or not to give? That questionRead more.
Justin Trudeau not the 1st person to say ‘peoplekind,’ word expert says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a town hall meeting in Edmonton on Thursday, where he corrected a female audience member’sRead more.
Europe just in British model Chloe Ayling suffered physical violence, ‘brutally transported in luggage,’ police testify
Associated Press Italian investigators have testified that a British model kidnapped last summer in Milan suffered physical violence, including beingRead more.
Kim Jong Un to send his sister to South Korea as part of Olympic delegation
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his sister Kim Yo Jong, left, visit a military unit in North Korea,Read more.