Tunisians bid farewell to their first democratically elected president Beji Caid Essebsi.
Cambodia has been the contesting ground of major powers and now it seems to be the beginning for a new Cold War provoked by some Western countries as they ignore the realities in the Kingdom.
Ireland’s prime minister on Saturday hails the culmination of “a quiet revolution”.
The lives of the Cambodian people during the Lon Nol regime, the emergence of civil conflicts, the genocide during the Khmer Rouge regime are all still in the memory of the people in this present day.
Since the 1932 revolution overthrew Thailand’s absolute monarchy, the Thai military has been as much a political actor as an instrument of policy.
Hailed as mother of the ‘new’ South Africa, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s legacy as an anti-apartheid heroine was undone when she was revealed to be a ruthless ideologue prepared to sacrifice laws and lives in pursuit of revolution and redress.