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UN says climate crisis is greatest ever threat to human rights

September 14, 2019 at 10:31 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

the United Nations Human Rights Council says climate change has become the biggest global threat to human rights the council pointed to global warming for increased hunger migration and conflict our kim dummy tells us more the UN has warned that climate change is the greatest ever threat to human rights that message came during

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“UN says climate crisis is greatest ever threat to human rights”

Venezuela launches oil-backed cryptocurrency to escape economic turmoil

September 10, 2019 at 4:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

With crushing debt and a starving population, the government in Venezuela has launched pre-sales of what it says is the world’s first sovereign cryptocurrency. It’s probably never going to reach Bitcoin levels,… but the socialist country hopes it brings in some much needed funds. Ro Aram has the details. The ‘petro’ is an unusual solution

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“Venezuela launches oil-backed cryptocurrency to escape economic turmoil”

Chinese Communist Party Congress to kick off Wednesday

September 7, 2019 at 3:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The twice-in-a-decade congress of the Chinese Communist Party kicks off later today,… where the party will amend its charter and select its top leadership. The congress will help President Xi Jinping further tighten his grip on power by naming his allies to top leadership posts… as he’s set to be bestowed a second five-year term

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“Chinese Communist Party Congress to kick off Wednesday”

Chinese president says he respects Taiwan’s social system and lifestyle

September 4, 2019 at 7:29 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Chinese President Xi Jinping said he respects Taiwan’s social system and lifestyle in a meeting with a former vice president of Taiwan on Tuesday. The meeting between the Chinese president and Taiwan’s former vice president Lien Chan, who is now the honorary chairman of Taiwan’s Kuomintang Party, follows another round of government-level talks between the

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“Chinese president says he respects Taiwan’s social system and lifestyle”

President Park expresses determination to reform at progress report 박 대통령, 국정과

September 2, 2019 at 11:29 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

On the final Monday of 2014, President Park Geun-hye checked in with members of her administration to see how much progress they′ve made on her policy initiatives. She also highlighted her commitment to reforming the country′s economic and social systems. Choi You-sun reports. President Park Geun-hye has reiterated her determination to root out social ills

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“President Park expresses determination to reform at progress report 박 대통령, 국정과”

Finance Ministry says S. Korea has resilience to cushion itself from external shocks

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With economic uncertainties growing around the world, South Korea’s finance ministry believes the country has the ability to cushion itself from external shocks. In a meeting with related institutions today,… the vice minister of finance, Kim Yong-beom, said… South Korea has the economic resilience to fight off various economic risks and that it’s important to

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“Finance Ministry says S. Korea has resilience to cushion itself from external shocks”

Expanding labor force of those aged over 65 is crucial for S. Korea’s aging society: KDI

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South Korea will become a super age to society by the year 2026 when over one-fifth of the population would be older than 65 years old so what can we do to prepare for such a fast approaching reality re park se-young has more the issue of South Korea’s aging population is not a new

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“Expanding labor force of those aged over 65 is crucial for S. Korea’s aging society: KDI”

N. Korean defectors describe human rights abuses in communist nation

August 31, 2019 at 4:30 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

North Korean defectors have condemned the horrific human rights abuses in North Korea and shared their grisly accounts of suffering at political prison camps. The defectors were speaking at a mock trial hosted by U.S.-based think-tanks and human rights groups in Washington. Defector Kang Chol-hwan talked about life at the infamous Yodok concentration camp where

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“N. Korean defectors describe human rights abuses in communist nation”

China’s Communist Party gives ‘core leader’ title to President Xi Jinping

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China’s Communist Party has sharply expanded President Xi Jinping’s political power, anointing him the country’s “core” leader. The new title gives him similar footing to China’s past strongmen. Park Jong-hong has the details. The declaration of “core” leadership came in a communique after a four-day meeting of the Chinese Communist Party. Senior officials stressed the

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“China’s Communist Party gives ‘core leader’ title to President Xi Jinping”