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  • What foreign media are saying about the U.S. election

     
    Voters in the United State handed President Obama a second term in office on Tuesday. As the rest of the world reacted and reflected on the campaign, here’s a sample of the reactions and analysis from newspapers and other media around the globe....
  • Scandal threatens South Korea nuclear-export ambitions

     
    As South Korea shuts down nuclear reactors to investigate how some of their parts were vetted, the scandal threatens to tarnish its efforts to sell its nuclear technology around the globe. South Korean officials recently announced they were closing down...
  • Clinton comments on human rights blocked in China, group says

     
    The Chinese equivalent of Twitter has blocked remarks from Hillary Clinton that implicitly swiped at human rights abuses in China, according to a Hong Kong group that monitors Chinese media....
  • Red Cross 'can't cope' as Syria crisis worsens, chief says

     
    The Red Cross lamented Thursday that the deepening crisis in Syria has barred it from helping many of those in need, even as it steps up its efforts. “We can’t cope with the worsening of the situation,” International Committee of the Red...
  • Iran reportedly bans imports of foreign 'luxury' goods

     
    Iran is reportedly banning the import of foreign cars, laptops and scores of other "luxury" goods in an effort to protect its stash of hard currency. Iran Daily, a state-owned newspaper, reported Thursday that a long list of foreign products could not...
  • Britain seeks a million 'Dementia Friends'

     
    Britain is seeking a million “dementia friends” who will be trained to understand the illness and help those living with it, its prime minister announced Thursday. The plan is one of a host of measures aimed at dealing with dementia as the...
  • Where is Bashar Assad? Silence after bombing fuels rumors

     
    In the wake of a bombing attack that killed at least three senior Syrian officials, the silence of President Bashar Assad spurred furious speculation over his whereabouts and whether the embattled Syrian leader had himself been wounded in the bombing....
  • Israeli leader Netanyahu blames Iran for Bulgaria bus bombing

     
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran for a Wednesday bombing attack on an Israeli tourist bus in Bulgaria that claimed at least six lives and injured dozens more....
  • Colorado movie theater shooting rampage grabs headlines abroad

     
    The shooting rampage that killed a dozen people at a Colorado movie theater grabbed headlines from Brazil to China, reflecting global fascination and horror with the senseless killing. The tragedy in the Denver suburb of Aurora was a top story in papers...
  • Greek athlete loses Olympic dream over online chatter

     
    A Greek triple jumper lost her spot in the Olympics on Wednesday after tweeting what she later called an “unfortunate and tasteless joke” about Africans in Greece. As her Twitter joke drew more and more attention, the Hellenic Olympic...
  • China creates city on disputed island, angering neighbors [Video]

     
    China has declared a tiny island as its newest city, a bid to strengthen its hold on the South China Sea as countries around the disputed waters dig in their heels.The disputes have grown increasingly tense and confrontational this year as China and its...
  • Olympics: Iran news renews flap about not facing Israeli athletes

     
    After an Iranian official said that Iranian athletes would play “every country” at the Olympics, it seemed the London Games would put a halt to Iranians boycotting games to avoid facing off against Israelis. But the question is up in the air...