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Perhaps a Confucian path would be the right direction toward Eurasian integration, writes Pepe Escobar.
POSTED |  25-03-2018
A police officer will be stationed at every public school in Florida after a deadly high school shooting.
POSTED |  24-02-2018
Myanmar's faithful Catholics will be in Yangon for a historic mass led by Pope Francis.
POSTED |  23-11-2017
A special sauce more than a century older than the US will be on the menu for Donald Trump.
POSTED |  07-11-2017
North Korea’s ambassador to Italy will be expelled over Pyongyang’s recent nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
POSTED |  01-10-2017
Manila is optimistic that two to three high-level agreements will be reached during its ASEAN chairmanship.
POSTED |  26-04-2017
Cohesion, unity, and centrality will be affected if some of its members are excluded or left behind, writes Vannarith Chheang
POSTED |  09-03-2017
Once the tallest building in Bangkok, the 47-year-old Dusit Thani Hotel will be demolished.
POSTED |  07-03-2017
Tan Son Nhat International Airport will be expanded to increase its capacity to 40-50 million passengers a year.
POSTED |  03-01-2017
Mother Teresa, an icon of 20th Century Christianity, will be declared a saint on Sunday.
POSTED |  02-09-2016
Logging units will soon be set up in all provinces of Laos to ensure that all timber cutting is under the government’s management.
POSTED |  16-06-2016
There will be no electricity, no gas, no utensils made ...
POSTED |  23-04-2016
Eight tigers will be released into the Cambodian wild to revive the tiger population.
POSTED |  07-04-2016
A US soldier wounded in an explosion will be the first person in the United States to receive...
POSTED |  18-02-2016
Yahoo Movie Staff count down the films that have us feeling like ’16 will be extra-sweet.
POSTED |  10-01-2016
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