Putin wins fourth term, opponents say vote rigged
Vladimir Putin on Monday faced another six years in power after a record win in Russia’s presidential election, but congratulations from abroad were largely muted after opponents accused him of rigging the vote and Moscow’s relations with
Publication date 19 March 2018 | 17:00 | ICT
by Sergey Ponomarev
Publication date 19 March 2018 | 11:03 | ICT
by Yasmine Yahya
Publication date 16 March 2018 | 11:07 | ICT
by Lamat R Hasan
Publication date 16 March 2018 | 10:08 | ICT
by Max Fisher and Audrey Carlsen As China grows more powerful, it is displacing decades-old American pre-eminence in parts of Asia. The outlines of the rivalry are defining the future of the continent.
Publication date 15 March 2018 | 19:44 | ICT
Australia must avoid a “dance with dictators” when it hosts Asean leaders at a special summit this week, and should make human rights a prominent issue, campaigners say.
Publication date 14 March 2018 | 17:55 | ICT
Tourists often make their way to central Laos to rent a motorbike in Thakhaek district, the capital of Khammuan province, to hit “The Loop”, a 450-kilometre circular route passing through the two provinces and featuring an abundance of scenic and other attractions.
Publication date 14 March 2018 | 14:53 | ICT
Maybe the United States health care system isn’t that bizarre after all.
Publication date 14 March 2018 | 12:07 | ICT
by Dennis Overbye
Publication date 13 March 2018 | 19:49 | ICT
From cutting-edge DNA barcoding to smartphone apps that can identify illegal wildlife sales, conservationists are turning to hi-tech tools in their battle against Indonesia’s animal traffickers.
Publication date 12 March 2018 | 19:28 | ICT
Buddhism may be touted in the West as an inherently peaceful philosophy, but a surge in violent rhetoric from small but increasingly influential groups of hardline monks in parts of Asia is upending the religion’s tolerant image.
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