This week’s news brings us weapons of mass destruction, things happening in with the Chinese stock market, countries being awful to refugees and all the other major news of the week.
As 2015 comes to a close, here’s a round-up of some of the biggest news stories. Read More News in Asia: Year-End Roundup
The aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan continues to be a clusterfuck. The Philippines have 7000 islands, and getting aid to hard hit areas has been a logistical nightmare. The U.S. carrier group USS George Washington just arrived in the Philippines, bringing food and helping to provide logistical support. Read More News in Asia
Welcome back to News in Asia. There have been quite a few developments on the Asian continent in the last couple of weeks, so we will cover the major ones. Read More News in Asia
Abortion rights and women’s reproductive health have been a prominent topic in the U.S. and European media lately. In the States, there was an epic political showdown in Texas as Democratic legislators fought to prevent the passing of a highly restrictive law that would shut down the majority of clinics that provide abortion and other reproductive health services. Read More News in Asia: A Brief Overview of Abortion Rights in Asia