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The crisis in Myanmar is not unprecedented. Refugees recall when 200,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh nearly 40 years ago
Fish and other forms of sea life are already becoming another source of geopolitical competition, experts say
The United States has insisted SWIFT stop financial transactions with Iran or face asset freezes and other punishments
The BBC confirmed to WikiTribune that its online audience in China has had no access to any of its websites for around a week
Critics say move risks denying vulnerable people their rights, but the agencies involved argue this is where their help is needed
WikiTribune looks at available data to examine the implications of any trade war between China and the U.S.
Less than one percent of criminally acquired money is clawed back; how should regulators address this impotence?
As the world prepares for Russia 2018, the alternative to FIFA showed how hard it is to take the politics out of sport
Charting the radical economic response to the worldwide threat of the end of work, from Kenya to Finland. Add new examples
Amnesty International Exclusive: Over 1,000 striking laborers in limbo in Qatar after months without pay
The plight of the workers could add pressure to Qatar, which promised to reform labor laws observers say are open to exploitation
The global financial index, introduced in 2011, provides people with a platform to measure financial inclusion
IMO set rules to help reduce shipping carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2050
UN investigators says Syrian government launched April sarin attack; Aung San Suu Kyi has blamed "terrorists" for violence against the fleeing Rohingya amid reports that government mines are being...
Experts say the discovery marks a new step forward in diabetes treatment but that changing practices won't be immediate
Even if President Xi can remain in power for life, the future of the nation remains uncertain