We will have quick links today. I hope this holiday week is good if you celebrate; if you don’t, may the Force be with you*.
This week’s news roundup includes various protests, ghost ships and the remembrance of the horrific attack on a school in Pakistan.
I’ll be honest; the news this week makes me want to rage quit the world slightly more than usual.
The big news breaking as I’m writing this are the protests happening in Hong Kong.
We’ve got a bunch of news and I’m going to try and cover as many countries as possible in this edition.
Hello and welcome back, my fellow unicorns. It’s been a few weeks since I’ve last written this column, so instead of trying to catch up with everything, I’m going to just give updates on the most recent news developments and reference prior news as it is necessary. Also, please be aware that this column has […]
Welcome to this week’s installment of science news, where we’ll figure out the origin of mysterious Martian gullies, find a lost city in Cambodia, and get the latest updates on women’s health. Plus, pretty Amazonian birds!
INDIA (AL JAZEERA) India’s ruling party stages pro-reforms rally seeking to defend moves to liberalise retail, insurance and aviation sectors. Sonia Gandhi, India’s ruling Congress party chief, and Manmohan Singh, the prime minister, are trying to gain support for controversial economic policies before the 2014 parliamentary elections.
AFGHANISTAN (BBC) Four NATO troops were killed in what is thought to be an insider attack by Afghan police in the Zabul province near the border of Pakistan.
It’s our first edition of News in Asia. Read on to discover what’s up.
In this column’s perpetual continent-hopping, we’re back in Asia this week ““ Southeast Asia, specifically. And when one thinks of women’s rights in Southeast Asia, human trafficking and sex work automatically come to mind. But that’s not what I’m focusing on this week, at least not directly.