Asia

China Looks to Reduce Carbon Emissions, Going From Gasoline to Electric Cars

Beijing (TeleSUR) – Last year, China became the largest supplier of electric cars – electric and gasoline-electric hybrids rose 50 percent over 2015 to 336,000. China, one of the world’s largest pollutant contributor, is gearing up to ban the use of fossil fuel. The government is making plans to gradually phase out the fuel use to incorporate a more environmentally […]

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Pakistan – Why the US Allied Rogue Nuclear State is Far Worse than Korea

Islamabad (GPA) – While US President Donald Trump has been threatening world stability over North Korea’s weapons program, he has only paid the traditional lip service to the US backed nuclear rogue – Pakistan. While the whole world watches the Trump regime’s ongoing escalation towards the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK or North Korea), the western media […]

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Putin Offers Joint Projects to Unite Russia, North and South Korea

Moscow (TeleSUR) – Rather than inviting Pyongyang “to a cemetery,” economic integration would strengthen stability and trust while developing the region, Putin said. Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a conciliatory solution toward resolving the crisis on the Korean peninsula, noting that the incorporation of North Korea into joint development projects across the region could soothe the frayed […]

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UNSC: Russia and China Call for Peace – Condemn DPRK Nuke Test

New York (Duran) – Russia and China remain committed to peace. The US seems determined to prolong tensions. The Ambassadors of China and Russia have spoken with a joint voice before the United Nations Security Council during a special session devoted to discussing North Korea’s detonation of what is thought to be a hydrogen bomb on the 3rd […]

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Myanmar – The World’s Most Silent Genocide

Nay Pyi Taw (AHT) – It is the world’s most silent genocide. So silent, in fact, that even in the unlikely event you have heard about it, it’s more than likely you know only its foggiest details. Under the UN Geneva Convention, the definition of genocide describes both a mental and physical element: “intent to destroy, in […]

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Op-Ed: Weekend of Failure: Trump Regime Snubs Partners He Needs Most

Washington, D.C. (GPA) – In the days prior to North Korea’s first test of a hydrogen bomb, the Trump regime spent their time destroying relations with every nation that could potentially help return stability to Southeast Asia. This weekend, several agencies from the countries surrounding the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK or North Korea), recorded unusual […]

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Rohingya Bodies Found on Bangladesh Coast as Thousands Flee Myanmar

Nay Pyi Taw (MEE) – Around 27,400 Rohingya Muslims have crossed into Bangladesh from Myanmar. Bangladeshi border guards have recovered at least two dozen bodies from the country’s shore in the past two days, as tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims make desperate attempts to flee the worst violence involving the Myanmar minority in at […]

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China: Indian Soldiers Pulling Out of the Disputed Doklam Border Region

Beijing (TeleSUR) – China said it was “pleased” that India had agreed to remove their troops, but Chinese troops will “continue to patrol on the Chinese side” of the region. On Monday, Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying confirmed that Indian troops were pulling away from the long-disputed Doklam boundary. “India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in […]

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Trump ‘Presidential’ Again—for Ramping Up War in Afghanistan

Washington (FAIR) – Donald Trump is finally “presidential” again, pundits insist, now that he is ratcheting up another US war. In a speech on August 21, the far-right US president did an about-face, announcing a surge in the 16th year of the war in Afghanistan, which he had previously harshly condemned. Trump did not reveal many specifics, but […]

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North Korea Won’t Negotiate Nuclear Deal With ‘Hostile’ US

Pyongyang (TLS) – Pyongyang said “as long as the hostile U.S. policy and nuclear threat remains unchallenged,” it won’t eliminate its nuclear deterrent arsenal. North Korea, or the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK, will not take its self-defensive nuclear deterrent arsenal to the negotiating table, a Pyongyang envoy has said. “The measures taken by the […]

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