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Chinese and South Korean Students Face Fallout From Suspicions of SAT Cheating

published about 2 hours ago
The Educational Testing Service, which administers the test worldwide, is withholding the scores of those who took it on Oct. 11 while the company investigates the allegations.

Letter From India: Modi Fails, So Far, to Return Illicit Funds to India

published about 5 hours ago
The prime minister has vowed to bring back money that corrupt Indians have allegedly sent overseas. But his initial findings were disappointing.

South Korean Court Orders Japanese Firm Nachi-Fujikoshi to Pay Forced Laborers

published about 5 hours ago
The company must give $75,800 to $94,800 to over a dozen people who were made to work in its factory during Japanese colonial rule of Korea.

Western Observer Finds Himself a Protagonist in Hong Kong’s Protest Drama

published about 5 hours ago
Western Observer Finds Himself a Protagonist in Hong Kong’s Protest Drama
Pro-Beijing newspapers in Hong Kong have made a former American intelligence officer a prime example in their allegations of a foreign conspiracy behind the city’s political tumult.

Sri Lanka Landslide’s Toll Is Less Than Previously Thought, Officials Say

published about 7 hours ago
Three bodies, not six, were said to have been recovered, and 192 people, not 300, were believed to be missing.