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Polar Ice Is Melting … Or Is It?
Despite that polar ice melt has been widely reported for years, getting to the bottom of what is ...
October 8, 2012
Transparency International Score Card on Enforcing Corruption Abroad
Even when companies play by the rules at home, when operating abroad, it can be a different situation. ...
September 6, 2012
Paralympics: Less Hype, Just as Competitive
On Aug. 29, the 14th Paralympics begin in London. The media coverage and ticket sales looks to be ...
August 23, 2012
Sweden’s Wolves Back From Extinction, And Causing Controversy
The wolf is easily Sweden's most controversial animal. Despite there only being about 300 individual animals, the debate ...
August 2, 2012
Tajikistan City Besieged After Security Chief Assassination
Since violence erupted in the central Asian Republic of Tajikistan Tuesday, an entire city of 20,000 people, Khorog, ...
July 29, 2012
Syria’s Endgame Has Its Consequences
The endgame in Syria’s drawn-out drama is nigh. Few Syria observers now question that the Assad regime is ...
July 26, 2012
ASEAN Summit Ends in Deadlock Over South China Sea Dispute
Talks in Southeast Asian last week, which focused on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, ended in ...
July 16, 2012
Libya Celebrates Elections, but Regional Divisions Loom
Libya’s first post-Gadhafi elections on Saturday have largely been declared a success by the international community, with a ...
July 9, 2012
Divided Europe Discusses Deeper Integration at Summit
European leaders gathering in Brussels this week are trying to chart a course out of the quagmire of ...
June 29, 2012
Rio+20 Low on Concrete Outcomes
When world leaders sign the final text of the Rio+20 Earth Summit Friday, they will be signing off ...
June 22, 2012
Greek Election Outcome Spells Relief For Europe
Greece’s New Democracy party leader Antonis Samaras declared a victory for all of Europe Sunday night, once it ...
June 17, 2012
Sustainable Solutions Doubtful at Rio+20 Summit
Next week’s Rio+20 summit in Brazil is meant to pave the way to a sustainable future via building ...
June 14, 2012
Norwegian 11-Year-Old Caught Driving Twice in Same Week
An 11-year-old boy in Norway was caught driving a car—twice in one week—Norwegian news site Aftenbladet.no reported.
June 11, 2012
The Fukushima Battleground Over Science
More than a year after the Fukushima nuclear incident, there is still much disagreement about many aspects of ...
June 8, 2012
Even ‘Limited’ Nuclear War Would Disrupt Global Food Production: Report
The impacts of even a “limited” regional nuclear war could have disastrous consequences for the entire global food ...
April 25, 2012
Prosecution Chips Away at Breivik’s Claim of Militant Network
On the third day of the trial against Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, the strategy of the prosecution ...
April 18, 2012
Breivik Boasts Over Killings, Defends Actions
Anders Behring Breivik, who confessed to committing Norway’s worst mass killing since World War II, boasted about his ...
April 17, 2012
European Court Criticizes Russia’s Handling of Katyn Massacre Case
The European Court of Human Rights issued an incomplete ruling on Monday in an emotional case of unfinished ...
April 16, 2012
China-Philippines Standoff in the South China Sea
The Philippine navy’s largest warship is currently involved in a standoff with two Chinese maritime vessels in a ...
April 12, 2012
Italy Scores Poorly in Anti-Corruption Assessment
Italy needs an independent watchdog organization to fight widespread corruption that hampers the country.
April 2, 2012
Norway’s Dilemma: No Laws Tough Enough for Breivik
The Norwegian justice system is getting ready for the trial of terrorist and mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, ...
March 29, 2012
Sweden Adopts Controversial EU Data Retention Directive
After a divisive vote in Parliament on Wednesday, Sweden became one of the last countries in the European ...
March 21, 2012
Asia Home to World’s Top Five Weapons Importers
The world’s five largest importers of weapons over the last half decade are all in Asia, reflecting a ...
March 19, 2012
Congolese Militia Leader Convicted in Landmark ICC Ruling
In the first verdict ever delivered by the International Criminal Court (ICC), Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga Dyilo ...
March 15, 2012
Fukushima a Year On
Sunday, March 11, marked one year since the triple disaster struck Japan—and also sent shockwaves throughout the world.
March 12, 2012
Fukushima Tragedy Could Have Been Avoided: Reports
Sunday marks one year since disaster struck in Japan—the mega earthquake and giant tsunami that crippled the still-ailing ...
March 10, 2012
Minorities Fear Persecution in a Post-Assad Syria
While much of the rest of the world is waiting for the Assad regime in Syria to crumble, ...
March 8, 2012
House Approves Bill Giving Some Illegal Immigrant Farmworkers Amnesty
US Defense Bill Set to Ban Federal Purchases of Chinese Railcars and Buses
, Epoch Times
10 Former NFL Players Charged With Defrauding Health Care Plan of Millions of Dollars: DOJ
Thousands of Hongkongers Turn out for Rally to Remember ‘June 12’ and Renew Their Demands
Footprint of Destruction: Chinese Projects Damaging Environment Across Africa
, Special to The Epoch Times
‘I Don’t Need Any Witnesses’: Graham Vows for Quick End to Senate Impeachment Trial
For-Profit University Settles for $191 Million in ‘Deceptive’ Advertising Lawsuit
Jim Jordan Proposes Striking Article One From Trump Impeachment Articles
Trump Reaches Milestone as 50th Federal Appeals Judge Confirmed
Jeff Sessions on IG Report: ‘A Stunning Development’