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North Korea last week issued a rare report on its own human rights situation. The report rebutted international criticism of its rights record and defended the oppressive regime's policies as guaranteeing the “genuine rights of the people.”
2014/9/17
Things are going well in Hong Kong, economically at least. One day after Beijing's announcement of strict rules for electing Hong Kong's Chief Executive (CE) sparked a huge outcry in the city, developers Sino Land and Chinese Estates won a bid to invest a record HK$18 billion (US$2.32 billion) into a massive redevelopment project in Kwun Tong.
2014/9/16
Wiping out bloodthirsty extremist militants and restoring stability to the Middle East will require the swift creation of an international coalition prepared to stand united in this fight.
2014/9/16
Bosnian Serbs are closely watching Scotland's independence referendum, hoping if Scots vote to break away from Britain it would set a precedent that could boost their own chances of proclaiming a separate state.
2014/9/16
External debt is rearing its ugly head again. Many developing countries are facing reduced export earnings and foreign reserves.
2014/9/16
On Sept. 15, it will be six years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. With the U.S. economy still operating below par and Europe struggling to stay above water, the question is whether the medicine applied after 2008 was right.
2014/9/15
The Sewol ferry disaster in April raised public awareness of the importance of reforming the civil service. A key element in the reforms is shutting down the system of revolving-door appointments, in which retired civil servants move to private-sector jobs related to their previous duties.
2014/9/15
The government has announced a drastic increase in cigarette prices to fight cigarette smoking, which is a serious problem in Korea. The announcement included nonprice-related antismoking programs like tougher packaging rules and restrictions on advertisements of tobacco products at retail shops.
2014/9/14
As the 18th Saarc Summit is around the corner, the government is busy sweeping up the streets of Katmandu and planting flowers alongside.
2014/9/13
Korea has seen its exports to China, its largest trading partner, falling this year, even as its overall shipments abroad continue to grow. This trend is worrisome for Korea, which relies on the world's most populous nation for nearly 30 percent of its exports.
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