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Nuclear war: The atrocities of history are committed by men, not monsters
JUST last Wednesday, a memorial bell tolled over a silent and sombre crowd of observers in the Japanese city of Nagasaki. Some wept as the ominous tones rang out. All had their eyes down in deep contemplation. Just three days...
‘There will not be war again’ on Korean Peninsula – South Korean president
SOUTH KOREA’s President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that there would be no second war on the Korean Peninsula, after heightened tensions between...
Philippines: Police report deadliest day yet in Duterte’s war on drugs
THE SCENES, like a broken record that keeps on playing the same thing, have become too common everywhere in the Philippines as the deadly war on...
U.S., Japan conduct air drills as North Korea watches next move
The Globe and Mail
Japanese jets conducted air maneuvers with U.S. bombers southwest of the Korean peninsula on Wednesday as North Korea considered whether to fire...
Malaysian censorship laws take a hit after refugee films stifled
FORTIFY RIGHTS has echoed calls from local rights groups for the Malaysian government to repeal the country’s Film Censorship Act, after several...
U.S. veteran keeps WWII promise, returns flag to family of fallen Japanese fighter
A 93-year-old U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Second World War returned a flag belonging to a fallen Japanese soldier to his family in an emotional...