Monday 23rd October, 2017

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Protests break out in Japan over fear of nuclear devastation

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TOKYO, Japan - With North Korea continuing to threaten nuclear war on the world - Japan, China and South Korea are feeling most vulnerable, causing ...

Australia Joins Saudi Arabia and China on UN Human Rights Council

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SYDNEY - Australia has been elected unopposed to the United Nations' Human Rights Council, despite the U.N.'s consistent criticism of Canberra's policies on asylum ...

China aims at creating 15 million jobs every year

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BEIJING, China - Suffering lowest jobless rate, China has said that it would need to create jobs for 15 million people every year.The country has ...

Could South Korea's new missile destroy North Korea?

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SEOUL, South Korea - A month after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged to remove restrictions on South Korea’s missile payload, paving the way for bigger ...

Chinese Propaganda Battles Pop Culture for Young Hearts, Minds

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HONG KONG - When the propaganda film, "The Founding of an Army," hit theaters in China recently, the reaction wasn't quite what the ruling ...

Chinese Official on Rohingya Crisis: Foreign Interference Doesn't Work

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Experience shows that foreign interference in crises does not work and China supports the Myanmar government's efforts to protect stability, a senior Chinese official said ...

US Intelligence Keeping Wary Eye on China's President Xi

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WASHINGTON - U.S. intelligence officials are closely watching developments during China's 19th Party Congress, calling it a key test for Chinese President Xi Jinping ...

Communism is beyond them, but Chinese still flock to the party

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Beijing - Marx might struggle to recognise his heirs among the billionaires, skyscrapers and stock exchanges of modern China.But as the country's ruling Communist Party ...

China Set to Spend Billions on 'One Belt One Road,' But Some Want Focus on Poverty

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LONDON - Running 1,300 kilometers over the world's highest mountain pass, the "Friendship," or Karakoram, Highway is evidence of China's willingness to spend big ...

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Trump single-mindedly focussed on 'biggest tax cuts ever'

WASHINGTON, U.S. - In an elaborate interview, U.S. President Donald Trump highlighted his key agenda - Making American taxes historically low.On Sunday, the President also ...

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Movie Review

Barry Lyndon
Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon opens with what is arguably the most beautiful shot in all of his films and, quite possibly, one of the most beautiful shots in all of cinema. A long shot depicting a duel, it is framed ...

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