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India Bans ‘Human Safari’ Tourism to Isolated Tribe
A tourist resort in India’s Andaman Islands accused of offering controversial “human safaris”.
June 29, 2012
EU Draft Law to Restrict Bomb Ingredients
A law drafted by the European Parliament and endorsed by other political groups would restrict access to chemicals ...
June 28, 2012
Dozens Injured in Clashes in China’s Guangdong Province
Riots in Guangdong have left dozens injured after police attempted to break up a fight.
June 27, 2012
Paraguay President Submits to Impeachment
On Sunday morning Paraguay’s ex-President Fernando Lugo explained he had agreed to submit to Parliament’s impeachment to avoid ...
June 24, 2012
Bo Xilai’s Wife Reportedly Admits to Killing British Businessman
Gu Kailai, the wife of scandal-ridden Chinese politician Bo Xilai, allegedly confessed to murdering British businessman Neil Heywood, ...
June 22, 2012
Hundreds of Guangdong Officials to be Interrogated
Hundreds of current and former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials were taken into custody in the southern province ...
June 21, 2012
Late Term Forced Abortion Incenses Chinese Netizens
Photos of a mother next to her aborted seven-month-old child caused outrage among Chinese Internet users.
June 14, 2012
Tokyo Most Expensive City for Expats
Tokyo was named the most expensive city to live in for expats, according to data released by New ...
June 13, 2012
A Hospital for the Communist Party Hides Dark Secrets
The 301 Military Hospital in Beijing is understood to be the medical facility where many high-ranking members of ...
May 31, 2012
Chinese Envoy to Japan Flees Over Espionage Claims
Japanese police are investigating the first secretary of the Chinese embassy in Tokyo for spying allegations.
May 30, 2012
Azerbaijan Gets Low Score as Eurovision Hos
Europe’s biggest singing competition, and the world’s most watched nonsporting event, took on a political dimension this year ...
May 28, 2012
Egyptians Enthusiastic at the Polls
Egyptians’ first day of voting for their new president went relatively smoothly on Wednesday. Voters were in high ...
May 23, 2012
Falun Gong Banners Proliferate in China
In many areas of China, home-made banners displaying pro-Falun Gong sentiments were defiantly displayed over the weekend.
May 16, 2012
South Korea Cracks Down on ‘Human Flesh Capsules’ From China
South Korea said over the weekend it is going to crack down on the smuggling from China of ...
May 7, 2012
Aung San Suu Kyi Takes Oath of Office in Burma
Eighteen months after being released from house arrest—and 10 days after it was scheduled to happen—Burma’s democracy icon ...
May 3, 2012
Al-Qaeda Still Deadly Node of Terrorism
A year after the death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, the core of the terrorist organization has ...
May 2, 2012
Marine Le Pen Won’t Back Sarkozy or Hollande for French President
Marine Le Pen, the French far-right presidential candidate, said she would not support President Nicolas Sarkozy in his ...
May 1, 2012
Charles Taylor Conviction Sends Clear Message
Charles Taylor, the notorious former leader of Liberia, was convicted of 11 counts of aiding and abetting war ...
April 26, 2012
Manhattan Prices Up, Activity Shifts Downtown, Upper East
Prices for new residential developments in Manhattan have risen by 12.4 percent from March 2011 to March this ...
NY Real Estate
April 25, 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
Dissidents Put Little Hope in Pope’s Visit to Cuba
Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba on Monday; the first time a pontiff has done so since Pope ...
March 27, 2012
Cigarette Warning Labels Fine, Court Says
A U.S. district court on Monday ruled that most of the law requiring prominently featured graphic health warnings ...
March 19, 2012
Afghan Civilian Killings Spark Outcry
The killing of 16 civilians by an American soldier in Afghanistan sparked a public backlash, with the country’s ...
March 12, 2012
Fukushima to Build First Floating Wind Farm
Japan’s devastated Fukushima prefecture may be the site of the world’s first offshore, floating wind farm.
March 8, 2012
Another Tibetan Teen Self-Immolates
Another Tibetan set himself on fire and burned to death on Monday evening, to protest against Chinese rule ...
March 6, 2012
N. Korea Issues Mortal Threats Against South
Just days after agreeing to a moratorium on its nuclear program, North Korea threatened conduct “its own-style sacred ...
March 4, 2012
CDC Says Raw Milk Causes Most Dairy-Related Illnesses
According to the Center for Disease control, raw milk products cause one hundred and fifty times more instances ...
Fitness & Nutrition
February 22, 2012
104 Arrested in Undercover Florida Trafficking Operation
Reports: Top Newspaper Publisher McClatchy Could File for Bankruptcy
Ukraine Deepens Probe Against Burisma Founder to Embezzlement of State Funds
Reagan’s Epochal Battle Against Communism Offers Lessons
Trump Latest Judicial Confirmation Flips 11th Circuit Court to GOP-Appointed Majority
Witnesses Confirm Reports by Journalist Frequently Cited in Impeachment Probe
Every Impeachment Witness Has Said Yes to Possible Hunter Biden Conflict of Interest: Stefanik
McConnell: Pelosi ‘Has Refused to Allow a Vote’ on USMCA Trade Deal
Sondland Testifies He Had Not Been Told Trump Linked Ukraine Aid to Biden Investigations
Iran Military Relies on Proxies and Missiles, But Modernization Clipped by Sanctions: Pentagon Report