Daily Archives: September 5, 2017

A New Step Toward Resolution Of Border Conflicts Between Cambodia And Laos

On September 1st, 2017, after a closed-door meeting between Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisolith, both Cambodian and Lao governments agree to speed up the negotiation about the border conflicts between two countries. The foreign ministers of both countries will meet in Phnom Penh in […]

North Korea’s Nuclear Seismic Wave

North Korea has confirmed nuclear testing suspicions after foreign geological agencies reported two earthquakes in the country. Bordering cities in China felt the tremor that lasted several seconds, followed by an aftershock. The seismic wave was also felt along the Russian coast near Vladivostok. Today, seismologists from Japan and U.S. […]

Escaping To Bangladesh

The UN has estimated that 58,000 refugees have crossed the border from Myanmar to Bangladesh as Bangladeshi police have ignored government orders to control the border. The refugees have come from Myanmar’s Rakhine state, where government security forces and Buddhist mobs have been accused of burning villages and inciting violence. […]

Federal Judge Blocks ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Legislation in Texas

U.S. federal judge Orlando Garcia has blocked the controversial ‘sanctuary cities’ legislation in Texas that would have allowed police to question a person’s immigration status, detain them for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), prohibit policies that limit immigration enforcement, and persecute any law enforcement or government officials that failed to […]

‘Rally Against Hate’ Overshadowed By Extremist Violence

Once again, the black-clad “antifa” anarchists have stirred up conflict at Berkeley. The Daily Mail reported that on Sunday the 27th more than 100 Anarchists broke through police lines assaulting and harassing attendees. They appeared to be targeting those that were outwardly pro-Trump conservatives. Yet, not only were Trump supporters […]

North Korea Launches 18th Missile Of The Year

Tuesday morning literally started with a bang. A North Korean mid-range ballistic missile, a weapon born of nuclear payload motives, flew over Japan and crashed into the Pacific Ocean 575 miles east of Japan. This daringly unprecedented provocation sparked chaos in Japan’s northern Hokkaido island where the Prime Minister Shinzo […]