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Treating people differently just because they are old is a form of discrimination, writes Ioan Voicu.
POSTED |  16-03-2017
Strengthening international solidarity is a crucial task for promoting universal peace, writes Ioan Voicu
POSTED |  27-01-2017
The issue is that although the government is helping creating wealth for companies, there’s no mandate that..
POSTED |  24-01-2017-- By Ben Popken --
A Donald Trump presidency does not mean the United States will withdraw from the South China Sea.
POSTED |  26-11-2016
The military cooperated with the royal family for decades – but now it wants a subordinate, not a partner.
POSTED |  01-11-2016
The US has been identified as one of four where the world’s high-skilled immigrants are increasingly living.
POSTED |  30-10-2016
Some surveillance experts said this represents the first case to surface of a US Internet...
POSTED |  05-10-2016-- By Joseph Menn --
Human-rights and media reports documenting abuse have brought international...
POSTED |  22-09-2016-- By Martha Mendoza, The Associated Press --
A Thai flight attendant was forced to prostrate herself to appease a disgruntled passenger.
POSTED |  08-09-2016-- By Teeranai Charuvastra --
The virus’s emergence in the Asian city-state is raising lots of questions that will likely...
POSTED |  02-09-2016-- By Helen Branswell --
Aung San Suu Kyi faces what could be the toughest test of her leadership yet when she opens a major ethnic peace...
POSTED |  30-08-2016
Some commitments and ideas reflected in ASEM 11 documents deserve to be universally known, writes Ioan Voicu.
POSTED |  16-08-2016
One man who was close to Diana for years is now blaming her security team for not intervening.
POSTED |  12-08-2016-- By Megan Friedman --
“Yes” votes on a new constitution would keep the military government in control for several...
POSTED |  05-08-2016-- By Grant Peck and Jerry Harmer, The Associated Press --
Asia accounts for more than a third of the world’s $1 trillion business-travel sector, and the region’s growth is accelerating. Do you understand its customers?
POSTED |  03-08-2016-- By Alex Dichter, Cheryl SH Lim, and Diaan-Yi Lin --
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A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.