The Australian teenager who has become the face of a juvenile detention scandal has apologised for his actions.
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Two journalists who worked on political magazines in Hong Kong are jailed in mainland China for running an illegal business.
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As Hillary Clinton became the Democratic nominee for president Tuesday, a question began to swirl around on the Internet: what will former president Bill Clinton’s title be if Hillary becomes president? 496 more words
As of recent government muttering, the Nandorinian private sector has officially been given the power to add a toll for beach goers.
Today the private sector in Nandorine have just been given the permission and authorization, to put a toll on the beach. 386 more words
The death of a Somali Canadian at the hands of Ottawa police on Monday has sparked nationwide anger and protests by activists who say police violence against the black community is not solely an American problem. 283 more words