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Ferguson killing: King, Mandela, Truth and Reconciliation

Ferguson killing: King, Mandela, Truth and Reconciliation

South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission can be a model for the US as well, writes Zambara.

Russia, China begin massive anti-terror military drill

Russia, China begin massive anti-terror military drill

"Peace Mission 2014" is scheduled to run from August 24-29.

Ivory Coast closes borders against Ebola

Ivory Coast closes borders against Ebola

Experts say they may have tracked down the virus origin to a child who came into contact with an infected fruit bat during that species' migratory cycle last December.

China asks US to stop surveillance of its territory

China asks US to stop surveillance of its territory

China had attempted a reckless mid-air intercept, an encounter “very, very close, very dangerous”, said the US.

India inducts 1st indigenous stealth anti-submarine warship

India inducts 1st indigenous stealth anti-submarine warship

The new Indian government has boosted defense spending by 12 per cent to around $37 billion for the current fiscal year.

Russia warns against disrupting aid to East Ukraine

Russia warns against disrupting aid to East Ukraine

The US said Russia will bear additional consequences for sending the aid across the border.

Greek ships rescue migrants in the Aegean

Greek ships rescue migrants in the Aegean

The Greek Coast Guard was able to apprehend 180 people from other boat attempts this week.

Xi assent to trilateral summit with Russia, Mongolia

Xi assent to trilateral summit with Russia, Mongolia

China and Mongolia agreed Thursday to target a bilateral trade of $10 billion by 2020.

Indian exporters urge FTA with China

Chinese Trade Minister Gao Hucheng will hold talks with his Indian counterpart in Beijing next month.

China August manufacturing weakens: HSBC

China August manufacturing weakens: HSBC

The data sent Chinese stocks headed downward in the morning session.