Mona* and her sister managed to get out of China, but their troubles aren't over back home in Cambodia.
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These Cambodian women were promised a better life in China. Instead, they became pawns in a flourishing bride market.
RIZHAO, China ― Facing South Korea across the Yellow Sea and beyond that peninsula, Japan, this resort town takes its name from an old poem — ri chu xian zhao, or "first to get sunshine." These...
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Monsanto is expanding in a country it once helped destroy.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam ― Fifty-five years ago this month, the U.S. Army began spraying millions of gallons of the toxic defoliant known as Agent Orange over large swaths of southern Vietnam. Today,...
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A look at how Namibia’s Chinese ivory smugglers operate.
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And it may fit into a much broader foreign policy strategy than you may think.
Most of them are bare-handed, and none appear to have any safety gear.
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U.S. President Barack Obama’s forthcoming visit to Hiroshima offers an opportunity to reconsider some of the myths surrounding the historic decision to use the atomic bomb.
The romantic gesture is part of a larger loyalty campaign to the country's Communist Party.
Duterte has been likened to Donald Trump for his loud and fast mouth, crude jokes, sometimes shocking stands on issues and penchant for advocating legal shortcuts.