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Death is everywhere -- in Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza. Every day young Palestinian men, allegedly caught hurling stones at the other side, are being shot dead by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
Is the haze from Indonesia's forest fires hazardous to health?
It must have been a bittersweet moment for Xi Jinping, the head of the world's biggest Communist Party, to be riding in a gilded carriage seated next to Queen Elizabeth II on their way to Buckingham Palace.
For centuries, relations between Britain and China have been undulating, rising rather more than declining.
Taiwan's "Retrocession Day" was not marked yesterday. It was proclaimed as a national holiday in 1946 by Gen. Chen Yi, administrator-general of Taiwan, who accepted the instrument of surrender from Rikichi Gen. Ando, governor-general of Taiwan and commander of Japan's Tenth Area Army, as representative of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek on Oct. 25 of the year before.
It has been 11 years since that unforgettable day but the ghost of the Tak Bai massacre continues to haunt Thailand. And so it should.
Today's column is more than a little special for me. First, it is mostly reportorial in nature. I write not so much to share my own views, but those of others. These "others" are citizens of the Republic of China on Taiwan. They are also former students of mine.
October is the scary month, and not just because of Halloween. Just over one-half century ago, the Cuban Missile Crisis during Oct. 22-28, 1962 dominated global news as Washington and Moscow sparred right on the edge of thermonuclear war.
The sweeping electoral victory of Canada's Liberal Party under Justin Trudeau after ten years of Conservative Party government sets a new agenda and political template for Canada.
When Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena was that country's health minister, he was offered a certain amount of money -- "enough to buy properties for 15 generations of my family" -- by a major tobacco company if he aborted his policy on strict tobacco control, as reported in September 2013. However, he rejected this offer outright because he valued his country and its people.
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