Internationally renowned landmine activist Tun Channareth will travel from Cambodia to the United States to accept an honorary
5 stories you’ve heard way too much about … and 5 that, unfortunately, went under the radar
North Korea was no stranger to headlines this year as the country continued to assert its presence with their political maneuvering.
China anti-Nobel campaign is winning it no friends
BEIJING (AP) — China’s campaign to vilify this year’s recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and sabotage the award ceremony showed signs of backfiring
Mongolian activist’s son: China police took mother
BEIJING, China (AP) — Chinese police detained the wife of the co-founder of a Mongolian separatist movement and raided the family bookstore just days before the
Hiroshima is not shy of its atomic bomb legacy
HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Unlike most of Japan, Hiroshima doesn’t shy from its wartime past.
US official says China’s president will visit in January
BEIJING, China (AP)—China’s President Hu Jintao is scheduled to visit the United States in January, a senior U.S. official said Thursday, Oct. 21st in
Furious China blocks visit to Nobel winner’s wife
BEIJING (AP) — China on Monday blocked European officials from meeting with the wife of the jailed Nobel Peace Prize winner, cut off her phone communication
‘Angel of Saigon’ and Lao college student join forces to help orphans in Haiti
The giant-sized scrapbook filled with newspaper articles about her lifesaving work in Southeast Asia is worn out. Years of adding new clippings have taken a toll on its torn and weakened binding.
The top 5 stories you’ve heard way too much about and 5 stories that went under the radar
Fame, fortune, and scandal were the driving forces behind the endless news coverage of Jackson. Readership of Jackson news shot up when a Los Angeles coroner ruled the singer’s death a homicide after lethal levels of the anesthetic propofol, combined with two other sedatives, were found in his system.
In China, Obama says freedoms are ‘universal rights’
SHANGHAI (AP) — Pressing for freedom on China’s own turf, President Barack Obama said Monday, Nov. 16, that individual expression is not an American ideal but a universal right that should be available to all.