South Korea’s House of Horror | Human Rights

Video Duration 49 minutes 50 seconds 49:50 From: 101 East 101 East investigates one of South Korea’s worst peace-time atrocities and those allegedly behind it now living in Australia. It is one... Read more »

India defence chief to be laid to rest with full military honours | Military News

The bodies of General Bipin Rawat and 12 others who died in a helicopter crash will be brought to capital New Delhi. The bodies of India’s defence chief and 12 others who... Read more »

Is it time to change the way Nobel prizes are awarded? | TV Shows

On Thursday, December 9 at 19:30 GMT:The Nobel prizes are among the world’s most prestigious honors. But they also generate a fair amount of controversy. As this year’s laureates prepare for Nobel... Read more »

‘We’re not giving up’: A radio station for Afghanistan’s women | Women News

From Taliban-controlled Kabul, Radio Begum is broadcasting the voices of women that have been muted across Afghanistan. Station staff fill the airwaves with programming for women, by women: educational shows, book readings... Read more »

IOC announces ‘humanitarian aid’ for athletes in Afghanistan | Athletics News

International Olympic Committee announces $560,000 of aid for the winter to athletes left behind in the country. The International Olympic Committee (IOC), after orchestrating the evacuation of about 300 members of the... Read more »

Filipino journalist who helped probe Duterte’s drug war shot dead | Freedom of the Press News

A journalist who helped in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Reuters news agency investigation into the drug war of President Rodrigo Duterte, has been shot dead — the latest casualty in the continuing violence... Read more »

‘Toxic climate’: Hong Kong pilots buckle under ‘zero COVID’ rules | Aviation News

Hong Kong, China – When a Cathay Pacific pilot checked the company’s seniority list last month, he was shocked by what he saw. Within six months, he had moved up about 400... Read more »

Burkina Faso president fires PM amid security crisis | Politics News

West African nation is struggling to contain attacks by groups linked to al-Qaeda and ISIL (ISIS). Burkina Faso President Roch Marc Christian Kabore fired his prime minister on Wednesday amid an escalating... Read more »

Rush to save animals in Indonesia after deadly Mt Semeru eruption | Environment News

Surabaya, Indonesia – Dr Sugeng Widodo has just finished his latest shift working in the shadow of Indonesia’s fearsome Mount Semeru – an active volcano on the island of Java that erupted... Read more »

Crypto CEOs ask US Congress for clearer rules for industry | Crypto News

The cryptocurrency chiefs also warned legislators that overly tough regulations would push the asset overseas. Top executives from six major cryptocurrency companies including Coinbase and Circle on Wednesday urged the United States... Read more »