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Tran Thi Nga had been refused permission for a visit in September as punishment for 'breaking prison rules.'
Freeze on working visas thins the numbers of North Korean musician-waitresses in Vladivostok
The stage is set for a battle of political willpower that could potentially be unlike anything that we have ever seen before in American history.  Last Tuesday, there was a shouting match in the Oval
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted another 496 points on Friday as panicked investors continue to pull billions of dollars out of the stock market.  With less than two weeks to go until Christmas, the
Family members say the activists endure routine abuse and suffer from health problems in detention.
There never was any "collusion with Russia", but the Mueller investigation opened the door for investigators to keep turning over rocks, and it was inevitable that they were eventually going to find something.  In America
Gudzon Shipping in dire straits for its role in ship-to-ship oil transfers
The middle class has been steadily shrinking, but most Americans still believe that they are a part of it.  Perhaps this is due at least in part to the egalitarian values which have been pounded
Once central to North Korea’s coal-laundering operations, international pressure forces Nakhodka to back off on illicit trade
The rapidly exploding U.S. national debt is about to cross another critical threshold.  According to the U.S. Treasury, the debt of the federal government is currently sitting at $21,854,296,172,540.94, and at our current pace we
Nguyen Van Trang and Le Van Thuong face charges under Article 109 for their pro-democracy efforts in the one-party state.
Netflix originally had a truly disruptive business model and they fundamentally changed the way that Americans consume media, but now they are heading for the same fate as Blockbuster.  For years, Netflix was really the
Somebody out there apparently does not want President Trump to make a trade deal with China.  Just after U.S. and Chinese officials agreed to suspend the implementation of new tariffs for 90 days, one of
Fear is spreading like wildfire on Wall Street, and on Friday we witnessed yet another wave of panic selling.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell another 559 points, closing at 24,389.  Previously I had warned
Nguyen Trung Ton endures daily coercion to confess, but maintains innocence.
Things are sure getting wild on Wall Street.  On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted almost 800 points before roaring back and recovering nearly all of those losses.  The Dow closed just 79 points
It looks like the turmoil for the financial markets is going to continue to get worse, and the mainstream media is really starting to freak out.  Just a few months ago, they were continuously using
Stocks aren't supposed to crash in December.  Most of the time we see a nice "Santa Claus rally" to close out the year, and so what happened on Tuesday is definitely extremely unusual.  The Dow
Optimism can be a very powerful thing.  For a long time Americans believed that things would get better, and that caused them to take action to make things better, and that actually resulted in things

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