News Stories

  • Hong Kong Chief Executive Tells Protesting Crowds to Go Home

    Hong Kong’s leader Leung Chun-ying called on pro-democracy protesters in Central to go home despite the growing number of people joining the assembly. Leung also said the government and Beijing cannot comply with the calls of the protesters as Beijing will not reverse its decision to have a pro-Beijing panel screen the 2014 Hong Kong

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  • Park Geun-Hye Considers Captain and Crew Action “Akin to Murder”

    According to South Korean President Park Geun-hye, the actions of the sunken ferry’s captain and crew were similar to murder as Captain Lee Joon-seok will face multiple criminal charges after what happened to the Sewol, which sunk last week and had 87 people dead and 215 passengers missing. Geun-hye said “the actions of the captain

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  • Super Storm Hits China, Leaves 33 Dead

    Super typhoon Usagi hit the southern area of China, destroyed cars off the road and claimed 33 lives Monday. According to weather stations, Usagi was the season’s strongest storm in the Southeast Asian region. Hundreds of scheduled flights have been cancelled and shipping and train lines have been stopped. The storm weakened to a tropical

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  • H7N9

    H7N9 virus in China killed 20

    H7N9 virus or commonly known as bird flu have affected dozens of citizens in China. The fatality rate has increased into 20, as reported by the state media. 102 people were identified to be H7N9 positive commonly in the eastern part of China including 20 cases deadly. In the eastern part of Shanghai, 11 are dead and

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  • Mukhtar Mai’s Fight for Pakistani Women’s Rights

    Women in Pakistan did not have the fair treatment. Most of them were oppressed and did not have enough rights to defend themselves. They are deprived of education. Not everyone is respected and most feel like they are an unimportant part of the society. There are many cases on women oppression around the world. Last

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  • US on Chinese Cyber Attacks

    Cyber attacks such as hacking is considered cyber crime and is punishable by law. A lot of cyber attacks from different known websites of the government or even other institutions have been circulating eveywhere in the world. It is hard to identify the masterminds of the said hacking but the country from where it came

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