KABUL (Reuters) – Two blasts hit the Afghan capital Kabul on Monday, killing at least 21 people, including a photographer for French news agency AFP, but there was no immediate claim of responsibility, officials said.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – Cambodia began registering political parties on Monday for a July general election which long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen is poised to win after the Supreme Court dissolved the main opposition party.
SEOUL (Reuters) – In initial small steps toward reconciliation, South Korea said on Monday it would remove loudspeakers that blared propaganda across the border, while North Korea said it would shift its clocks to align with its southern neighbor.
AMMAN (Reuters) – The Syrian army said on Sunday that rockets had struck several military bases in the Hama and Aleppo countryside in what it said was new “aggression” by its enemies, state television said.
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) – Afghan farmers are busy in their poppy fields as the annual opium harvest begins, underscoring the government’s failure to stamp out a crop that yields much of the world’s supply of heroin.
Executive Communication Coach Yuka Andree shares invaluable tips on how to work and do business effectively with the Japanese. Spoiler alert: You have to get better in communication.
“Why is it okay for men to be ambitious, and for women it is crass and distasteful, not feminine and not okay?” says Founder and CEO Tory Burch. “That’s something I want to change.”
MANILA (Reuters) – A Philippine labor group and a senator accused President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday of gambling with the livelihoods of tens of thousands of Filipinos in Kuwait, after he asked them to come home amid a diplomatic dispute over reported labor abuse.
Justice must be achieved for all victims of the atrocities in Nigeria. Justice will not be achieved if the victims of the atrocities in the Middle Belt continue to be neglected and forgotten in this process.