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Sinosphere Blog: In Hong Kong and Prague, Notes of Support and Windows on Unrest

published about 1 hour ago
Colorful sticky notes adorn a wall in Hong Kong expressing support for the democracy demonstrators of Occupy Central, echoing the Lennon Wall in Prague, which ... more

Joko Widodo Is Sworn In as Indonesian President

published about 2 hours ago
Mr. Joko, who was born in a slum, is the first Indonesian president not to have emerged from the country’s political elite or to have ... more

U.S. Airdrops Weapons and Supplies to Kurds Fighting in Kobani

published about 5 hours ago
On top of recent airstrikes against the Islamic State, the move reflects the importance of the Syrian town on the Turkish border.

Reporter's Notebook: In Homeland, Liberia Native Finds Resilience Amid Horror

published about 8 hours ago
Reporter's Notebook: In Homeland, Liberia Native Finds Resilience Amid Horror
Long before Ebola arrived, the people of Liberia endured 14 years of civil war. When it finally ended in 2003, what was left was a ... more

Historic Loss May Follow Rise of Rents in Barcelona

published about 8 hours ago
After 20 years’ warning of an impending rent increase, there is 11th-hour resistance to small shops’ being pushed from historic districts by an inundation of ... more

Bhutto’s Son Tries to Revive the Pakistan Peoples Party’s Fortunes

published about 8 hours ago
Bhutto’s Son Tries to Revive the Pakistan Peoples Party’s Fortunes
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, 26, tried to reclaim the legacy of his mother with a huge rally in the southern port city of Karachi.


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