Caught Between 2 Powers, Canada Feeling Alone

TORONTO —  First U.S. President Donald Trump attacked Canada on trade. Then Saudi Arabia punished it for speaking up for human rights. Now China has

US House Designates Myanmar Campaign against Rohingya Minority ‘Genocide’

The U.S. House of Representatives approved a resolution by a vote of 394-1 Thursday, declaring Myanmar’s military campaign against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority a

N Korea Slow to Negotiate Over US War Remains

WASHINGTON —  Months after the White House raised hopes for bringing home thousands of U.S. battlefield remains from North Korea, the returns have stalled. Detailed

China Confirms Detention of Second Canadian

China has confirmed that a second Canadian citizen has been detained under suspicion of endangering China’s national security, in an apparent retaliation for Canada’s arrest

The Tiny Roach is a Big Business in China

Roaches are tough, they’re resilient, they’re filthy, and they’re big business in China. Entrepreneurs are breeding the crawly critters for use in everything from waste

Cambodian Lawmakers OK Measure to Ease Political Ban

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA —  Cambodia’s Parliament passed legislation Thursday that could allow a five-year ban on political activity by some top opposition politicians to be

Canadian Diplomat Arrested on Charges of Endangering Security

China said Wednesday a former Canadian diplomat to China who was arrested in Beijing Monday was detained on charges of jeopardizing China’s national security. Michael

Myanmar Activists Stage Rally on Anniversary of Reuters Reporters’ Arrest

More than 100 Myanmar activists marked the anniversary on Wednesday of the arrest of two Reuters journalists sentenced to seven years in jail in a

Korean Soldiers Verify Removal of Border Armed Guard Posts

Soldiers from North and South Korea criss-crossed their heavily-fortified border Wednesday to inspect efforts to remove front-line guard posts from their respective sides. Inspection teams

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