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War: Industry of poverty and hunger out of nothing!! – Part I

War: Industry of poverty and hunger out of nothing!! – Part I

By Dr. Hassan Humeida KIEL, GERMANY: One of the indicators of the backwardness of peoples in modern times is the outbreak of war instead of peace. War is defined in international law in simple way as the phenomenon of organized collective violence that negatively affects either the relationships between two or more societies or the balance […]

‘Comfort women’ lose lawsuit against Tokyo over wartime sexual slavery

‘Comfort women’ lose lawsuit against Tokyo over wartime sexual slavery

SEOUL: South Korean victims of wartime sexual slavery lost their second lawsuit against the Japanese government Wednesday, suffering a setback in their efforts to hold Tokyo accountable for war crimes. The Seoul Central District Court dismissed the case brought by 20 plaintiffs, including surviving victims forced to work in front-line brothels for Japanese soldiers during […]

Alireza Bahrami’s poem in the war zone of Qarabagh 

Alireza Bahrami’s poem in the war zone of Qarabagh 

By Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: Alireza Bahrami, an Iranian poet and journalist, wrote a poem about the situation of children in the war after the outbreak of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The translation of this poem has been published by Armenian and Azeri Iranian poets as well as anti-war activists through cyberspace and the media […]

Senior North Korea official warns Pyongyang could resume war of words against U.S.

Senior North Korea official warns Pyongyang could resume war of words against U.S.

Seoul: A senior North Korean official said that U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent remarks hinting at the use of military force against Pyongyang and belittling its leader Kim Jong-un will be a “very dangerous challenge” if they were not made in error. North Korean First Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son-hui made the remarks in a […]

Trump believed war with North Korea could have killed 100 million people: new book

Trump believed war with North Korea could have killed 100 million people: new book

Washington: U.S. President Donald Trump estimated that as many as 100 million people could have been killed had the United States gone to war with North Korea under the previous administration of President Barack Obama, according to a new book based on interviews with the president. Trump’s comment came during a January 2019 meeting at […]

‘Battle of Jangsari’ recalls forgotten battle of Korean War

‘Battle of Jangsari’ recalls forgotten battle of Korean War

Seoul: The Battle of Incheon, code-named Operation Chromite, of Sept. 15-19, 1950, was a historic amphibious landing mission during the 1950-53 Korea War. It turned the tide of the war in favor of the United Nations troops by successfully cutting the North’s supply and communication lines. A day before the Incheon operation, a small diversionary […]

Asian Tales of Arabia

Asian Tales of Arabia

KADESH: THY CITY OF WAR AND PEACE  You immediately fall in love with River Asi (Orontes) the moment you walk along either of its banks. After a brief introduction, you even think it is extending its hands to embrace you as it winds here and there; giving way to you for the plains it cultivated […]

War-separated families meet for first time in 65 years

War-separated families meet for first time in 65 years

Relatives separated by the 1950-53 Korean War tearfully reunited at Mount Geumgang in North Korea, Monday, for the first time in 65 years. Participating from the South were 89 people who registered with the Korean Red Cross to find their relatives in the North, accompanied by family members. Kim Choon-sik, 80, embraced his two sisters […]

“Comfort women” enraged by the deal between Korea and Japan

“Comfort women” enraged by the deal between Korea and Japan

A day after the irreversible settlement of a decades-long standoff over Korean women forced into sexual slavery by Japan’s WWII military, there’s relief among South Korean and Japanese diplomats, fury among activists and many of the elderly victims and general public indifference in both countries. South Korean first and second vice foreign ministers Cho Tae-yul and Im […]

Settling the sex slavery dilemma between Korea and Japan

Settling the sex slavery dilemma between Korea and Japan

Foreign ministers of South Korea and Japan held discussion in Seoul on Monday 28th December arriving at a conclusion that would solve the issue of sex slavery between Korea and Japan. The settlement says that Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe would apologize and offer his deepest regrets and condolences to the victims, in addition to Japan’s […]

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