Mystery on the Hudson

November 03, 2018
The two young women, identified as Rotana Farea, 22, and her sister Tala, 16, were found on the banks of the Hudson River last week with no visible signs of trauma, dressed all in black, with fur-trimmed coat collars, and bound together at the ankles and waist by duct tape.

Trump to beef up troops against migrants

November 01, 2018
FORT MYERS, United States -- President Donald Trump further hardened his pre-election anti-immigration rhetoric in a Florida campaign stop on Wednesday, after threatening to deploy as many as 15,000 soldiers on the Mexican border — equal to the size of the US contingent in Afghanistan.

APO to help Cambodia develop National Productivity Master Plan

October 31, 2018
TOKYO, JAPAN / PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA - The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) has announced that it is working to assist the Royal Government of Cambodia in developing a National Productivity Master Plan to drive long-term productivity gains in the country. The consultancy project is being executed under the newly launched Specific National Program (SNP) of the APO and conducted in collaboration with the National Productivity Centre of Cambodia (NPCC).

Desperate dream

TAPANATEPEC, México -- Two months ago, Marisol Hernandez’s husband was gunned down by gaangsters for refusing to work for them. For the pregnant 23-year-old, that was the last straw.