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  • Shepard Fairey modifies 'Hope' poster for Occupy movement

     
    Shepard Fairey is perhaps one of the most politically engaged street artists working today. In recent weeks, he has lent his support to the various Occupy protests around the country, even creating a poster for the Occupy Wall Street movement. Now...
  • Obama's easing of Myanmar stance stemmed from sanctions' failure

     
    Soon after taking office, President Obama ordered a review of U.S. policy toward the repressive government in Myanmar that reached a stark conclusion: Attempts to isolate the Myanmar regime weren’t working....
  • Clinton holds landmark meeting with Myanmar president

     
    Clinton Myanmar North Korea Human Rights: Hillary Clinton meets with Myanmar President where she's expected to discuss North Korea and Human Rights....
  • Hillary Clinton arrives in Myanmar for historic visit

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Myanmar on Wednesday for a historic three-day visit aimed at encouraging reform and assessing progress in the long-isolated nation....
  • Athena Film Festival, celebrating women, announces its lineup

     
    The Athena Film Festival, described as a "celebration of women and leadership,” announced its lineup....
  • Pagoda festival long banned in Myanmar celebrated again

     
    In Myanmar, thousands thronged to a sacred shrine studded with diamonds for a Buddhist festival that was banned for more than two decades under the former military regime, the latest sign of change in the southeast Asian country. And what a sight it was....
  • Rome pushes costumed gladiators away from Colosseum

     
    Rome is pushing to get rid of the costumed gladiators and centurions who ring the Colosseum, ready to draw their weapons and pose with tourists for a price. According to news reports, the Eternal City wants to clear unauthorized people from asking for...
  • Myanmar election seen as milestone for nation, Aung San Suu Kyi

     
    Myanmar's by-election could change political dynamics in the long-isolated country as Aung San Suu Kyi stands for a seat in parliament....
  • Blasts kill nine in southern Thailand

     
    At least nine people were killed and dozens wounded when a series of coordinated bombs detonated in Thailand's restive Muslim-dominated southern area Saturday, according to police and officials....
  • Myanmar elections neither free nor fair, Aung San Suu Kyi says

     
    Days before Myanmar goes to the polls, parliamentary candidate and famous dissident Aung San Suu Kyi denounced “irregularities” in the upcoming elections, saying they would be neither free nor fair. Opposition candidates have been attacked...
  • Palestinian on hunger strike is freed, deported to Gaza

     
    A Palestinian woman who launched a hunger strike to protest her detention by Israel’s military was deported to Gaza Strip on Sunday in a deal that prevents her from returning to her home in the West Bank for three years....