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Slavery, Genocide, Abuse: The Dark Side of Asia’s ‘Tiger Economies’

From declining worker protections to violent labor trafficking and ethnic cleansing, the dark underbelly of Southeast Asia's "tiger economies" is on full display this year.

Can a US Court Hold Nestlé Responsible for Child Slavery in Africa?

Food companies have been importing cocoa to the U. harvested by child laborers in African farms. Can they be sued for human rights violations?

Crazy Rooftop Villas in Asia!

Guess these people seriously took i.

Dartmoor whiteface ewe and lamb on Dartmoor with Yes Tor and West Mill Tor in the background

Dartmoor ewe slaughtered in 'Satanic ritual'

Farmer says it the latest in a line of night attacks by devil worshippers across Devon and Cornwall

Taste Asia Chefs Celebrate The Traditional Beauty and Modern Creativity of Asian Cuisine

Asian cuisine is having its moment in the spotlight.


Collection of Best Press Photographs / I have such respect for photojournalists who have the balls to venture out and create this kind of work. I wonder what were they talking about?

A horse festival taking place near Murghab town, off the Pamir Highway, to try and revive the ancient Kyrgyz horse traditions, many of which have been lost during the Soviet era. Pamir mountains...Tajikistan, a mountainous landlocked country in Central Asia. Afghanistan borders it to the south, Uzbekistan to the west, Kyrgyzstan to the north, and People's Republic of China to the east. Tajikistan also lies adjacent to Pakistan separated by the narrow Wakhan Corridor..Tajikistan became a…

Travel across nostalgic Tajikistan through the high Pamir Mountains and the region of Gorno-Badakshan, today under growing Chinese influence.

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Secretário de Defesa dos EUA propõe reduzir Exército americano

As the nation's two longest wars finally end, a majority of Americans say in a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center poll that the U. failed to achieve its goals in Iraq or Afghanistan.