Myanmar Pro-Democracy Leader Aung San Suu Kyi Denied Outside Medical Treatment by Military Junta

Imprisoned Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, aged 78, is reportedly battling illness and has urgently sought medical attention from an external doctor, only to be promptly denied by the country’s military junta. Sources revealed this distressing information on Wednesday, shedding light on Suu Kyi’s deteriorating health condition. Amid her confinement, Suu Kyi has […]

Serbia’s New Digital Welfare System Raises Concerns for Vulnerable Groups

Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, implemented a new digital welfare system last year, aiming to make the distribution of benefits fairer and prevent fraud. However, this system has caused thousands of low-income individuals, like Jovana Angela, a 43-year-old single mother from Belgrade, to lose access to welfare benefits. Despite working various jobs, including cook, […]

US Commerce Secretary Lemond Warns China: Patience of US Businesses Wearing Thin

US Commerce Secretary Calls for Predictable Environment and Fair Play in US-China Relations By Reuters Staff WASHINGTON – In a recent interview broadcast on September 3, US Commerce Secretary Lemond expressed concerns over the deteriorating patience of American businesses operating in China. He emphasized the need for a predictable environment and a level playing field, […]

Niger’s Military Orders French Ambassador to Leave Within 48 Hours

Niger Military Forces Expel French Ambassador Amidst Growing Tensions NIAMEY, Niger – In an unprecedented move, Niger’s military forces, who successfully orchestrated a coup in July, have issued a statement on Thursday ordering the French ambassador to vacate the country within a mere 48 hours. This surprising development further strains the already delicate relationship between […]

Philadelphia Fed President Expects No Further Interest Rate Hikes This Year

Philadelphia Fed President Expects No Further Interest Rate Hikes in 2020 New York, August 24 (Reuters) – Speaking at the Kansas City Fed’s Jackson Hole symposium in Wyoming, Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President John Harker expressed his belief that the Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates any further this year. In an exclusive interview […]

Chinese Premier Li Qiang acknowledges challenges in US-China bilateral relations and trade cooperation

Chinese Premier Li Qiang Expresses Concerns About US-China Bilateral Relations and Economic Cooperation Beijing, January 21, 2023 During a meeting on Monday with senior officials from the United States-China Business Council (USCBC) delegation, Chinese Premier Li Qiang raised concerns about the current state of bilateral relations and economic and trade cooperation between the United States […]

The Controversy Surrounding Russia’s Alleged Role in North Korea’s New ICBM Launch

New North Korean Missile Launch Sparks Debates on Russia’s Involvement SEOUL (Reuters) – The recent launch of North Korea’s Hwasong-18, an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) equipped with a solid fuel engine, has ignited discussions about the role Russia may be playing in dealing with the nuclear-armed nation. According to a report released by the Center […]

Belarusian President Lukashenko: Russian President Putin Not Forcing Belarus to Join Ukraine’s War

Belarusian President Lukashenko: Russian President Putin Not Forcing Belarus into Ukraine’s War Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has emphasized that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not pressuring Belarus to join the conflict in Ukraine. In an interview with Ukrainian journalist Diana Panchenko, who has pro-Russian leanings, Lukashenko made it clear that Belarus will not engage in […]

North Korea Acknowledges US Soldier’s Border Crossing Due to “Inhumane Treatment and Racial Discrimination”

North Korea Confirms American Soldier’s Border Crossing, Citing Claims of Discrimination and Inhumane Treatment SEOUL, 16th — In an unprecedented move, North Korea officially acknowledged an incident involving Private Travis King, who crossed the Military Demarcation Line into North Korea, citing “inhumane treatment and racial discrimination within the United States military.” The state-run Korean Central […]