The U.N. Security Council (UNSC) on Wednesday observed a moment of silence for the passing of former Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin, the leader who guided China into global influence after the atrocity of Tiananmen Square.
Police in white hazmat suits clashed with anti-lockdown protesters in the Chinese city of Guangzhou on Tuesday and Wednesday, providing evidence the uprising continues despite mounting threats of a brutal crackdown.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari complained on Tuesday that the war in Ukraine is flooding Africa’s Lake Chad region with arms and manpower for terrorist gangs, threatening the stability of the entire region.
The massive anti-lockdown protests sprawling across China are making the Communist regime next door in Vietnam nervous, as news from China is spreading like wildfire across Vietnamese social media.
The Financial Times revealed on Wednesday that Jack Ma, the formerly flamboyant billionaire founder of Internet giant Alibaba, has been living in apparently self-imposed exile in Japan for at least the past six months.
Villagers from a mostly Christian fishing community in India’s southern Kerala state have been demonstrating for months against a $900 million port project, which they believe is damaging the environment and ruining their livelihoods.
Despite a brutal crackdown by the Chinese Communist regime, anti-lockdown protests continued in cities across China on Tuesday, including a band of courageous “blank paper” protesters who assembled on a pedestrian bridge in Beijing, inspired by the cou…
Western media commemorated former Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin, who died of alleged leukemia on Wednesday at the age of 96, as a reformer and visionary with an affinity for the Western world, while skimming past his role as the leader who buried the at…
South Korea’s trucker crisis came to a head on Tuesday when the government ordered striking truckers to return to work, even though the truckers say that no deal to address their grievances has been reached.
Sympathy demonstrations were held in Taiwan and Hong Kong on Sunday and Monday to show support for China’s massive anti-lockdown protests, even as the Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown on demonstrations appeared to be suppressing the movement.