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News Analysis: Why Yemeni situation on tailspin
News Analysis: Why Yemeni situation on tailspin
Airstrikes launched by Saudi-led Arab coalition forces on military bases controlled by the rebel Shiite Houthi group in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa continued Sunday for the fifth straight night, with unyielding stand of the Arab League (AL) to disarm and drive the rebel group out of the occupied region.
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Australia's AIIB membership reveals historic shift in foreign policy: expert
03-31 12:47
One of Australia's leading China experts said on Tuesday that the nation's move to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) represented a historic shift in the Australian foreign policy.
News Analysis: Iran nuclear talks to yield positive consensus
03-31 10:57
The ongoing round of talks on Iran's nuclear program in the Swiss town of Lausanne will most likely end with positive broad consensus, though a concrete formal deal remains hard to reach, analysts have said.
News Analysis: Greek new gov't declares war on corruption, skepticism remains
03-31 10:57
Greek new government has declared war on corruption that will cost the country 100 billion euros (about 108 billion U.S. dollars) every year. Skepticism remains, however, as the challenges ahead are enormous, Greek experts say.
News Analysis: Arab joint force to end Western military intervention in Middle East
03-31 10:57
The formation of a combined Arab force will gradually degrade the U.S. and West military intervention in the Middle East, experts said on Monday.
Commentary: "Human trafficking" just tip of comfort women issue iceberg
03-31 10:57
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described tens of thousands women forced into sex slavery for Japanese troops during WWII as victims of human trafficking during a recent interview, and said Monday the remark was made based on an argument that claims those "comfort women" fall into this category.
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