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  • Mad Trapper’s Teeth Show U.S. Link, Say Researchers

    Scientific tests by Simon Fraser University researchers have shown that the infamous Mad Trapper of Canada’s far north was not Canadian but rather American or... Read more

  • Lina Eriksson, Nassjo, Sweden

    Global Q&A: Most Influential Person in Your Country

    Politicians ranked highest across the globe, from Sweden to New Zealand, when our Epoch Times reporters asked, "Who do you think is the most influential... Read more

  • Canadian Court Convicts Munyaneza of War Crimes in Rwanda

    Désiré Munyaneza has been found guilty of war crimes in a Canadian court for his part in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The convicted is the... Read more

  • File photo of Christine Rankin (Ross Land/Getty Images)

    Controversy Over Appointment to Children’s Commission in NZ

    AUCKLAND—The appointment of a controversial campaigner for the rights of children as a commissioner to the board of the Families Commission has horrified leading politicians... Read more

  • The volume of porn keywords used in Google to search 'son' came solely from Beijing.  (bbs.gxbs.net)

    Shadow of Chinese Censors Found in Mississauga Internet

    Web-filtering technology left City of Mississauga computers restricting the Internet in a way similar to one of the world's most repressive regimes, one Chinese library... Read more

  • An aerial view of the Bruce Power site in Ontario. The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is considering whether to approve the shipment of radioactive steam generators through the Great Lakes. (Bruce Power)

    Commission Hears How China’s Propaganda is Evolving and Expanding

    Part II (Part I can be viewed here) WASHINGTON, D.C.—The widespread use of propaganda at home and abroad, and espionage and cyber-espionage against the United... Read more

  • Gudrun Esslingerâ��Heidenheim, Germany

    Global Q&A: Hour of Extra Free Time

    "If you had one extra hour of free time a day, how would you use it?" Epoch Times reporters from Japan to Germany asked this... Read more

  • Scientists work in a lab to develop a vaccine for the H1N1 or 'Swine' Flu. (Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images)

    Korean Scientists Claim to Have Developed H1N1 Human Vaccine

    SEOUL—South Korean researchers said on May 18 that they have developed a candidate human vaccine against A/H1N1 influenza. According to the Yonhap News, the vaccine... Read more

  • Since ancient times, the Pleiades, a cluster of seven stars, have guided sailors at night and been the subject of myths and ceremonies in many cultures.  (NASA/ESA/AURA/Caltech)

    Matariki: Maori New Year Marks New Beginnings

    I In New Zealand, each year, more Maori are waking up to “Matariki,” the start of the Maori New Year on the winter solstice in... Read more

  • Zuzana Csontosova, Brno, Czech Republic

    Global Q&A: Changes You Want in the Media This Year

    Media plays an important role in people's lives. However, around the world people seem to wish that their media was more truthful and less sensational... Read more

  • The Little Singers of Paris perform during the ceremony of the Bastille Day, 14 July 2007 in Paris.  (Stephane De Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images)

    In France, Children Forbidden to Sing for Free

    PARIS—A prefect of a French department recently banned a concert of the famous choir “The Little Singers of Paris” (Les petits chanteurs à la croix... Read more

  • Benjamin Ijumi of the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels with Charlie Lofberg of 2/27 Infantry as they prepare to march in an Anzac Day parade. (Adam Pretty/Getty Images)

    Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels to Receive Australian Medals

    Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has announced that the Papua New Guinean men and women known as Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels will receive a medal in honor... Read more

  • Sajjad Patras&#8212Islamabad, Pakistan

    Global Q&A: Modern Convenience You Can’t Live Without

    Pause for a moment to think of all the computers, vehicles, appliances, communication tools, televisions, audio players, etc. that fill our daily lives—it's overwhelming! How... Read more

  • Land occasionally gets exposed at North Pole in summer.  (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

    Chinese Explorers Reach North Pole on Foot

    To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of mankind’s reaching the North Pole, two Chinese explorers concluded their North Pole expedition successfully by reaching the Pole on... Read more

  • Beijing Requires Swine Flu Reports From Official Sources Only

    According to the “Apple Daily” on May 4th, the Beijing Internet Management Office issued an injunction prohibiting posting of any swine flu report except those... Read more

  • 'Where have all the people done?' a public forum on brain drain issue in Malaysia. (James Chow/The Epoch Times)

    Chinese Regime Uses Psychology To Persecute Religious Groups

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ten years have passed since over 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners appealed to the Chinese Communist regime on April 25, 1999 for recognition and the... Read more

  • Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ) speaks on Capitol Hill, April 30, at the 10th anniversary of the April 25, 1999 Falun Gong appeal of more than 10,000 in Beijing, marking the beginning of the persecution. (Lisa Fan/The Epoch Times)

    Five Congressmen and Victims Commemorate China’s 10-Year Persecution

    WASHINGTON, D.C—On Thursday, April 30, 2009, The Global Mission to Rescue Persecuted Falun Gong Practitioners (GMR) and the Falun Dafa Association hosted a press conference... Read more

  • Falun Dafa practitioners demonstrate their peaceful exercises on a colourful float.  (Fany Qiu/The Epoch Times)

    Student’s Mission to Rescue Her Mother

    A Chinese student pursuing her MBA at Missouri State University, traveled to Washington D.C. this week to seek help for her mother, who is wrongfully... Read more

  • Global Center for Quitting the CCP—”Tui Dang” Reaches 50 Million

    A special Web site set up by The Epoch Times in December 2004 registers the wishes of Chinese people to publicly declare cancellation of their... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners and activists from the Friends of Tibet organization in a protest in front of the Israeli Foreign Ministry building during Chinese foreign minister's visit. (Dalia Harpaz/The Epoch Times)

    Chinese Foreign Minister Faced by Protesters on Visit to Israel

    JERUSALEM, Israel—Chinese foreign minister Yang Jiechi’s visit to Israel on Saturday was accompanied by protests raising the issue of crimes against humanity committed by the... Read more

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