Khmer Rouge tribunal threatened by disputes over funding To see more go to www.youtube.com Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com The UN estimates 3000 were killed in the Khmer Rouge Po Chrey massacre. But journalist Thet Sambath tracked down several perpetrators for the first time and discovered the truth is much more alarming. [...]
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The World Bank has a sobering forecast for the future of China’s economy. It’s produced a report saying without reform, the globe’s second biggest economy will suffer a major slowdown over the next 20 years. With major consequences for the whole world. Let’s get more on this from author and international consultant Adrian Salbucci, who [...]
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With the US labeling the Syrian President as a “war criminal” and France calling for his prosecution in the International Criminal Court, the West appears to be ratcheting up its rhetoric against the Syrian government. On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified before a Senate subcommittee on the State Department’s budget. Pressured by [...]
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The world’s media is flooded with stories and images allegedly depicting the bloody results of the Syrian army’s assault on the city of Homs. But few have compared the clashes to the massacre in Fallujah, Iraq, which happened nearly ten years ago and saw US troops fighting alongside the government, against the rebels. RT on [...]
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Inside Story asks if victory for the Russian prime minister in the upcoming presidential election is a foregone conclusion. Sergei Alexandrovich Markov, Ilya Faybisovich and Vlad Strukov discuss.
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With Mitt Romney failing to sweep Republicans off their feet, could a new candidate enter the Republican nomination race? Tom Redmond, Carrie Budoff Brown and Liz Mair discuss.
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In the run up to the US invasion of Iraq, the US media’s saber-rattling followed the Bush administration’s lead. Now it is constructing the ‘Iranian threat’ narrative all by itself. Is this a journalism culture that ignores the dangers of conjecture?
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Incumbent president says there is “no going back” in his bid for third term, despite protests before Sunday’s vote.
As the military refuses to relinquish power, many Egyptians are wondering what more they have to do and asking whether Egypt underwent a popular uprising, an Islamic revolution or a military coup.
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Obesity is growing in young children, with some estimates saying at least 40 per cent of school children suffer from it.
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While a second bailout means there is money for the bankers, the Greek people still face a decade of austerity. Which begs the question: What is it really all about? Counting the Cost looks at who wins and who loses as a result of the Greek bailout.
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