Hong Kong Isn't the Only Protest Chinese Leaders Are Worried About
In a city in southern China, a dispute between citizens and the government turned ugly in late September. According to the People's Daily newspaper, residents were incensed by plans to expand a garbage dump and by the compensation the authorities ...
Beijing Warns of 'Chaos' if Hong Kong Protests Persist
Hong Kong Students' Deadline on Leung Nears; Talks Sought
Hong Kong Protests: China Pushes Back Against US
Sydney Morning Herald
Obama-Netanyahu Talks Clouded as US Slams Settlements
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for talks overshadowed by unusually blunt U.S. criticism of the Jewish state's latest settlement plans. While the two leaders smiled at the start of their meeting in Washington ...
Netanyahu: US Needs 'Facts' About New Housing Units
Obama meeting with Israel premier points up disagreements
Abbas turns to UNSC to set 2016 deadline for Israeli withdrawal
Mexican authorities say alleged drug boss Hector Beltran Leyva caught
October 1, 2014: This two-image composite released by Mexico's Attorney General's Office (PGR) shows alleged cartel capo Hector Beltran Leyva after his arrest by Mexican law enforcement authorities. The purported head of the Beltran Levya drug gang was ...
Alleged Beltran Leyva Cartel Boss Nabbed in Mexico
Detentions of major Mexico drug chiefs
Mexico arrests drug lord Beltran Leyva posing as businessman
Hong Kong protesters orderly, polite in push for democracy
Mass demonstrations are often characterized by rage and violence that sees cars trashed, shops destroyed, and people injured. But things look a lot different in Hong Kong, where tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in pro-democracy rallies ...
China halts visas for Hong Kong-bound tour groups: Travel body
Hong Kong unrest hits retailers
China halts visas for HK tourists | Bangkok Post: news
The Express Tribune
Suicide bomber in Afghan capital targets army bus, kills three
KABUL - A suicide bomber targeted an Afghan army bus in Kabul on Thursday, killing three people and wounding 10, the interior ministry said, the fourth high-profile attack in the capital since Monday, when the new president was sworn in. Seven people ...
New Afghan Leader, Putting Focus on Graft, Revives Bank Fraud Inquiry
Afghan President Issues New Decree in Bank Fraud Case
Ghani orders new probe into fraud scandal