Monthly Archives: November 2015

North Korea’s No.2 believed banished by Kim Jong Un

North Korea’s No.2 believed banished by Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is believed to have “banished” his presumed number two from Pyongyang for “re-education,” according to a South Korean lawmaker. South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) told the country’s Parliament in a briefing Tuesday that ...

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Civil society urged to help France’s nuke test victims

Civil society urged to help France’s nuke test victims

The French overseas minister, George Pau-Langevin, says maybe civil society groups can help victims of the French nuclear weapons tests compile their compensation claims. The minister made the suggestion in a wide-ranging interview with Tahiti-infos in which she said the ...

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Children in Papua die from mystery disease

Children in Papua die from mystery disease

About 40 children have died of an unexplained illness in Papua. The Jakarta Post reports as many as 41 below the age of seven have died in the Indonesian province’s Ndguga regency following the start of the rainy season early ...

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Chicago officer who shot Laquan McDonald charged with murder

Chicago officer who shot Laquan McDonald charged with murder

The Chicago officer charged in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald is no longer being paid by the police department, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy told reporters Tuesday. “The officer in this case took a young man’s life and ...

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Former Vanuatu MPs to challenge dissolution of parliament

Former Vanuatu MPs to challenge dissolution of parliament

A group of former Vanuatu opposition MPs says it intends to legally challenge the president’s decision to dissolve parliament. President Baldwin Lonsdale says his actions yesterday afternoon came after careful consideration based on the failure of both sides to resolve ...

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Muslim marine’s response to Donald Trump goes viral

Muslim marine’s response to Donald Trump goes viral

Shocked by Donald Trump’s call for the creation of a national database to register all Muslims living in the country to prevent terrorism, one former U.S. marine came up with the perfect comeback. Tayyib Rashid, who describes himself as an ...

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Wallis airport blocked by villagers

Wallis airport blocked by villagers

Flights to and from the French Pacific island of Wallis have been cut after villagers occupied the airport at Hihifo, stranding hundreds of passengers. The public broadcaster says the action was taken in a bid to get the airport to ...

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Iran gears up for big return to world oil markets

Iran gears up for big return to world oil markets

In a remote corner of Iran, engineers are working round the clock to return the country to the top ranks of global oil producers. The region of Southwest Iran boasts more proven reserves of oil than Africa’s largest producer, Nigeria, ...

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