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Past articles by Shuan:

City says it is ready to take on ‘Test to Treat' initiative

Despite current lean supplies of the oral Covid medications, the delivery system the city has set up will be a boon for treating patients who receive a positive Covid diagnosis the same day → Read More

Tunisian Parliament Attack: Demonstrators Protest Terrorism In Tunisia, World Leaders Show Solidarity [PHOTOS]

World leaders also condemn the violence that killed at least 20 in the country's capital and declare support for its citizens. → Read More

Tunisia Parliament Attack Update: Gunmen Reportedly Still At Large; EU Policy Chief Blames ISIS

A deadly attack in Tunisia "strengthens our determination" to fight global terror, the European Union's Federica Mogherini says. → Read More

Tunisia Parliament Attack Live Stream: Militants Dead, Victims' Nationalities Identified, 20 Hostages In Serious Condition [PHOTOS]

A museum in the Tunisian parliament complex was filled with about 100 tourists when two armed attackers entered and opened fire. → Read More

Vanuatu Cyclone Pam Aid: China Pledges $4.8 Million Worth Of Supplies, Ministry Says

Beijing joins global efforts to help an island nation in the Pacific recover from a storm that devastated most of its infrastructure. → Read More

Japan Nuclear Restart: Sendai Reactor Inches Closer Toward Meeting New Safety Standards

Many have protested the government’s plan to relaunch the country’s nuclear energy program following the Fukushima disaster. → Read More

Cyclone Pam Update: Red Cross Launches Emergency $3.8 Million Appeal As Supplies Run Out

Nearly half of Vanuatu's population has been affected by food, water and supply shortages, government officials say. → Read More

United Airlines Flight 1074 Turned Around: Man Runs Toward Cockpit Yelling 'Jihad' [VIDEO]

The man ran toward the cockpit and reportedly claimed to have a bomb, but no weapons were found on him. → Read More

Cyclone Pam Vanuatu Update: Widespread Homelessness, Damage, But Death Count Lower Than Originally Feared

Cyclone Pam's winds of up to 185 mph left a devastating effect on the small South Pacific island nation. → Read More

Bali Nine Update: Australia Excluded From Indonesia's Visa-Free List Unrelated To Upcoming Executions, Minister Says

Australians were the third largest group of visitors to Indonesia after Singaporeans and Malaysians. → Read More

India Land Acquisition Act: Police Fire Water Cannons At Protesters Over Controversial PM Modi Bill

The protesters marched 37 miles to New Delhi before clashing with police outside Parliament. → Read More

Japanese Golden Eagles Face Extinction With Only 500 Left In Wild

Human development has been cited as the primary reason for the subspecies' decline. → Read More

South Korea Elderly Poverty Rate Highest Among OECD Countries, Report Says

A recent report reveals that South Koreans have some of the least generous pension systems and highest elderly poverty rates in the world. → Read More

Maldives Ex-President Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison Under Terrorism Charges

The former president's conviction on terrorism charges was politically motivated, his supporters say. → Read More

Turkey Raids Homes, Arrests Twitter Users Who Insulted President Erdogan

Activists were alarmed over the growing limits on freedom of expression in the country. → Read More

Russian Bombers Refueling In Vietnam: Moscow Calls US Concerns 'Puzzling'

Moscow said its cooperation with the Southeast Asian nation was in line with international norms and bilateral agreements. → Read More

Pope Francis Short Pontificate: 'Brief' Papacy Of 2 Or 3 More Years In Vatican Expected

"It is a vague feeling I have that the Lord chose me for a short mission." → Read More

Syrian Civil War: Country Sees 83% Decline In Lighting, Petition Launched To Restore Full Electricity

Video shows teachers risking their lives to keep schools running and doctors performing surgery by the glow of cell phones. → Read More

Korean Unification: Plans For Forced Absorption Untrue, South Korean Official Says

The head a presidential panel said he misspoke, and that the South was committed to peacefully unifying the two Koreas. → Read More

China Terrorism Crackdown: Rising Cases In 2014 Concern Rights Groups

Most arrests involved the Uighur Muslim minority in Xinjiang and protesters in Tibet. → Read More