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by Junaidi FE-UNJA1 on Sep 3, 2014

ローマ法王が『韓国社会の怠慢と腐敗』を露骨に指摘して改善要請。膨大な富のそばで悲惨な貧困がある

by Eastasianews on Aug 17, 2014

The History of Maliki and Iraq’s Current Troubles

Stop whatever your doing, right now. I mean, RIGHT NOW!!! There is a great, must-read piece in The Post by a former U.S. official who worked in Iraq that relates how the Premiere Nouri al-Maliki came to power, and how his past and current actions, al...
by Sparking the Left on Jul 3, 2014

Eric Cantor Suffers Shocking Primary Election Loss

Political observers were beside themselves on Tuesday night in one of the biggest upsets in a primary race in history. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) walked away a big loser in his primary contest against Randolph-Macon College professor ..
by Prune Juice Media on Jun 11, 2014

Does the Washington Post Hate Women? #YesAllWomen

Oh look, the Washington Post thinks that for women to protect themselves from being victims of violence and rape we should all get married or live with our biological fathers because hey, if we’d all just stop being such cock-teasing whores fo...
by The TRUTH about Motherhood on Jun 11, 2014

Misogyny is an Inconvenient Scapegoat for the Isla Vista Murders

You make me sick. You, Washington Post. And you, The Guardian. There are too many media sites to name that are working overtime to sensationalize the tragedy in Santa Barbara as a “misogynistic” rampage.   Elliot Rodger was mentally...

AFTER ALL THE HUBBUB ABOUT NSA & SNOWDEN – WASHINGTON POST & THE GUARDIAN WIN THE PULITZER!!!

AFTER ALL THE HUBBUB ABOUT NSA & SNOWDEN – WASHINGTON POST &; THE GUARDIAN WIN THE PULITZER!!! FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO THINK SNOWDEN IS A TRAITOR – STICK IT UP YOUR COSSACK COMRADE – HE’S A HERO!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH...
by Bonjukianpatten.com on Apr 14, 2014

Australian PM ‘very confident’ audio signals are from black box

BEIJING — Authorities are confident that a series of underwater signals in the Indian Ocean are coming from a missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australia’s prime minister said Friday, while warning that those signals are beginning to fade.
by Eastasianews on Apr 11, 2014

Hagel gets a horse from Mongolian hosts as he wraps up Asia trip

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia — The Pentagon’s effort to expand its assets in Asia got a quirky boost Thursday as Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel acquired a horse during a brief visit to this landlocked country wedged between China and Russia.
by Eastasianews on Apr 10, 2014

Australian aircraft detects more signals, possibly from missing plane’s black box

An Australian aircraft on Thursday may have detected the latest in a series of deep-sea acoustic signals, authorities involved in the hunt for a missing Malaysian airliner said, raising confidence that search teams are closing in on wreckage that pre...
by Eastasianews on Apr 10, 2014

Mysterious spate of official suicides in China sparks debate, censorship

BEIJING — A series of mysterious apparent suicides by Chinese officials in the past three weeks, including of two senior figures, has sparked debate and questions among ordinary people here, as well as a fresh round of online censorship. Read f...
by Eastasianews on Apr 10, 2014

Hagel wraps up Asia trip with stop in Mongolia

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia — The Pentagon’s effort to expand its assets in Asia got a quirky boost Thursday as Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel acquired a horse during a brief visit to this landlocked country wedged between China and Russia.
by Eastasianews on Apr 10, 2014

A rising number of children are dying from U.S. explosives littering Afghan land

As the U.S. military withdraws from Afghanistan, it is leaving behind a deadly legacy: about 800 square miles of land littered with undetonated grenades, rockets and mortar shells. The military has vacated scores of firing ranges pocked with the expl...
by Eastasianews on Apr 9, 2014

At least 22 killed in blast at Pakistan market

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — At least 22 people were killed and more than 80 injured in an early morning blast here Wednesday in a fruit and vegetable market on the outskirts of the city, police and doctors said. Read full article >>...
by Eastasianews on Apr 9, 2014

China tries to repair Malaysia ties damaged by criticism of MH370 probe

BEIJING — The Chinese government is desperately trying to repair damage to its ties with Malaysia, after its criticism of an investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 unleashed an ugly bout of nationalism and upset...
by Eastasianews on Apr 9, 2014

Australian ship searching for Malaysia Airlines plane fails to detect underwater signals

PERTH, Australia — Search crews in the Indian Ocean failed to pick up more of the faint underwater sounds that may have been from the missing Malaysian jetliner’s black boxes, whose batteries are at the end of their life. Read full articl...
by Eastasianews on Apr 8, 2014

Australian navy vessel reports signals consistent with black box

An Australian navy vessel searching for a missing Malaysian airliner has picked up deep-sea acoustic signals “consistent” with those emitted by an airplane’s black box, the leader of the multinational search operation said Monday. R...
by Eastasianews on Apr 7, 2014

Afghan voters defy Taliban, casting ballots for new president on relatively peaceful day

KABUL — They huddled in the rain under plastic sheeting. They ignored death threats and rattling firefights. After weeks of violence and tension, Afghan men and women turned out in larger numbers than expected Saturday to choose a new president...
by Eastasianews on Apr 5, 2014

Fear of violence shadows Afghanistan’s provinces on election eve

MAIDAN SHAHR, Afghanistan — As Afghans head out to vote for their next president Saturday, violence is expected to be intense and widespread. But the risks won’t be dispersed evenly. Just a short drive from Kabul, close enough for a daily...
by Eastasianews on Apr 5, 2014


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