New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 15, 2014
A TV drama set in the mental health ward of a hospital is sparking conversations in South Korea.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Oct 14, 2014
A joint Nobel Peace Prize for a Pakistani and an Indian. Now if that doesn't embarrass the two armies into a ceasefire, what can?
Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Oct 13, 2014
Incarcerated for the past six years in poor prison conditions, Nguyen Van Hai has suffered dearly for his critical views on China. First detained on trumped up tax evasion charges in 2008, and subsequently convicted in 2012 on anti-state charges for blogging, 62-year-old Hai is currently serving a 12-year jail term that his family fears could be a death
PRI's The World, News Report, Posted: Oct 08, 2014
Sagal Radio host Hussein Mohamed says he fears poor communication about Ebola will create misconceptions about people from Africa.
JMSC Reports on Occupy Central, News Feature, Posted: Oct 06, 2014
China has so far let Hong Kong authorities deal with the protest and played a game of patience. But as every side camps on its position, a middle ground becomes harder to reach and odds of a more violent conclusion are growing.
International Examiner, News Report, Posted: Oct 06, 2014
On the same day that Hong Kong’s history-making protests reached their highest numbers yet, over 250 students and community members gathered at UW to speak about Hong Kong’s protests, police brutality, and the meaning of “true” democracy.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Oct 04, 2014
Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, chair of the African Union Commission, is currently overseeing the deployment of AU volunteers to help halt the spread of Ebola.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Oct 03, 2014
Our arms and eyes saran-wrapped against the burning of pepper sprays. Surgical masks and wetted towels ready in case of teargas bombing
New America Media, Interview, Posted: Oct 01, 2014
Slovakia's new president was elected on the strength of his business credentials, a story that goes back to his days as a blue collar immigrant worker in the U.S.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Oct 01, 2014
What the young radicals reject is the selling out of Hong Kong’s unique way of life to the highest bidder.
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