Categories: Crisis

China's Muslim West Racked by Deadly Protests

Posted by: Dexter Roberts on July 06

It’s the worst ethnic violence in China since last March’s Tibet uprising. On Monday, China reported that at least 140 people had been killed and 828 injured in riots Sunday...

Hong Kong Dogs Latest Victims of Credit Crunch

Posted by: Frederik Balfour on January 06

Consider the plight of Hong Kong’s pedigree pooches. According to the South China Morning Post [you need a subscription to link to this story, but try this link instead the...

Korean Currency, Stocks Surge on Fed Swap Deal

Posted by: Ihlwan Moon on October 30

The Federal Reserve’s agreement on Oct. 29 to open a $30 billion credit line with the Bank of Korea was a shot in the arm for South Korea’s financial system....

Is North Korea's Dear Leader Seriously Ill?

Posted by: Ihlwan Moon on September 09

The absence of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il in a military parade commemorating the country’s 60th birthday on Sept. 9 is fanning speculation over his health. His absence followed...

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