Recently, the disputed South China Sea has seen an escalation among the varied parties who lay claim to it. The Japanese who are not a claimant nation though have most recently entered the fray in a position against China.
Have you ever wondered what whales singing O Canada sounds like? Probably not, but now you can with the newest installment from Newfoundland and Labrador's tourism campaign. Awarded for its breathtaking, scenic videos to promote the province, Newfoundland
Last month Palestinians of the Jordan Valley suffered a punitive regime of military exercises that displaced hundreds of people, set fire to farmland and holed water tanks - all part of Israel's plans to annex the region for Jewish settlements.
The world is deflating. But people donâEUR(TM)t want to see their standard of living go down. As a result, they continue to borrow. In turn the politicians continue to spend, and the federal debt continues to rise. On top of all this, Greece is putting it
The divide that separates the ruling class from from the people who actually keep society functioning keeps getting wider and wider. Nothing illustrates quite like the debate over the NSAs mass surveillance and Edward Snowdens role in exposing it.
A new Saudi TV series created by a popular comedian, Nasser al-Qasabi, mocks ISIS and religious extremists. The title is Selfie, and it pokes fun at mindless militants who are interested only in sex and violence.
Defense Minister Moshe YaâEUR(TM)alon on Monday denied the Gaza Strip is mired in a humanitarian crisis, hours after the Israel Navy intercepted a boat that was heading to the coastal enclave in a failed attempt to break the Israeli naval blockade.
With 80% of the vote, the General Synod of the United Church of Christ just divested from corporations that profit off the occupation. In the words of the UCC Palestine-Israel Network, "the days of praying for peace and paying for occupation are over."
The Dalai Lama's planned visits to the UK in 2015 provide an opportunity for our politicians to show that they have more respect for a man who represents peace, dialogue and compassion than a government which denies freedom to its own people and routine
Armed police, the military, SAS and spies are staging a mock 'marauding terrorist attack' on the streets of London today to test how emergency services deal with a deadly atrocity in the wake of the ISIS killings in Tunisia.