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North Korean state media has aired propaganda which claims Kim Jong-Il invented “wheat wraps,” which closely resemble burritos.
On New Year’s Day in Cape Town, family, friends, and dignitaries gathered for Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s solemn state funeral.
For years, there has been talk about expanding the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, located just outside of downtown Rochester.
Comedians are helping run Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky has surrounded himself with advisers from his old comedy troupe.
Hong Kong University officials have dismantled the ‘pillar of shame’ erected to memorialize the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.
Amazon.com Inc.’s efforts to gain favor with China included muzzling criticism of President Xi Jinping’s book on its Chinese website.
The US has announced a boycott of the 2022 winter Olympics in China over ongoing genocide in Xinjiang and other human rights abuses.
Mehmet Oz, host of “Dr. Oz” TV show, will run in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania next year to replace retiring Senator Pat Toomey.
“Revolution of Our Times,” a Hong Kong protest film directed by Kiwi Chow, has won an award at the Chinese-Language Oscars in Taiwan.