Must-Reads from Around the World

North Korea’s nuclear weapons might be able to reach the U.S., Egypt has no family planning policy despite its surging birthrate and Japan is set to build its first overseas nuclear plant since the Fukushima meltdown of 2011

Must-Reads from Around the World

North Korea raises the stakes, glacial ice that took 1,600 years to form has melted in just 25 years in Peru’s Andes and a flagship Indian jobs program has been defrauded of around $10 billion by local officials

Must-Reads from Around the World

Ex-Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev criticizes Russia’s new laws, North Korean prison camps expand their perimeters, and a candidate in Kenya’s general election has accused Britain of trying to manipulate the result

Must-Reads from Around the World: April 17, 2012

Thinly Veiled – Following Monday’s U.N. Security Council censure of North Korea for its recent failed rocket launch, China’s Global Times issued a stern editorial — “Pyongyang must remember to heed China’s advice.” The semi-official mouthpiece continued: “Pyongyang should treat China as a friend as China does it. It will pay the price …

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