Sunitha Krishnan discusses the plight of the sexual slave in India.
Veteran Canadian foreign reporter talks about women's issues in Africa and the Middle East.
An 86-year-old Indian governor has resigned after a video tape was broadcast showing him in bed with three women.
The developed world went through its industrial revolution with little regard for the environment, as it was not seen as a factor in those days. Now, as countries like India and China revolutionize, developed countries like Canada are demanding that they take action first?
Under pressure from millions around the world, Ugandan officials are considering amending their proposed "anti-gay" bill that would, if passed, call for the death penalty or life imprisonment to those found to engage in homosexual behavior after being diagnosed with HIV.
He bowed to an EMPEROR. Apparently that's a problem. Here's a quote from a conservative who spoke on Fox News: "..it's not appropriate for an American president to bow to a foreign one."
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If your country went through an outrageously corrupt election that was exposed by an "impartial" governing body, you'd think as president you'd have the balls to sack the chief of your electoral commission, especially after agreeing to a run-off election with your main opponent.
The Palestinian Authority is urging the UN to reprimand Israel for the grave violations of international and human rights law it committed during the Gaza war in the winter of 2008. The Palestinians previously, by influence of the U.S., decided to defer action on the UN report that incriminated them as well.
And then there's the victor, Barack Obama, a Harvard law school graduate, community organizer, civil rights lawyer, law professor, junior senator and president of the most "powerful" country in the world. A stunning resume, but where are the accomplishments? The peace work, the advocacy, the results?