North Korea exporting food to China
2014-10-19 05:58:57 UTC
For over 15 years, North Korea has been one of the world’s largest recipients of food aid. Last week, however, it emerged that the isolationist state may be exporting an increasing amount of food to China.
The South Korean-based NK News website...
Asia will stretch only so far
2014-10-03 15:01:15 UTC
It’s not as dire for Asia as many thought. A few months ago headlines suggested China was about to stumble, tripped up by defaults and plunging confidence. Japan’s economy was pummelled by a hike in consumption taxes. India looked paralysed by pol...
How ISIS protects against Air strikes
2014-10-15 05:53:26 UTC
By Orion Pegman
Two months after the U.S. air strike against ISIS, the signs show how well the Islamic State adapts to the new situation.
Most buildings are evacuated before the air strikes. In a village south of Kirkuk, fighters left one ...
ISIS financed with stolen Art
2014-10-07 17:31:48 UTC
By Orion Pegman
DIAAL NEWS - The Islamist militant group ISIS is proceeding with, not only incredible brutality against humanity but they are also systematically destroying Cultural Heritage in the controlled areas in Syria and Iraq.
Turkish government has its own plan for Syria
2014-10-01 06:52:47 UTC
By Orion Pegman
DIAAL NEWS - Syrian refugees are still escaping from ISIS to Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would like to set up a protection zone for them in northern Syria and solve several problems at once --push the ISIS b...
UN pledge action to curb climate change
2014-09-24 15:57:07 UTC
By Leonie Terfort,
DIAAL NEWS - Last sunday people protested against global warming. 675,000 protesters in 161 countries, according to the organizers.
There were upper east side strollers, wild costumes, drums, celebrities, well weathered p...
Referendum: Scotland says 'N0' to independence
2014-09-19 07:44:12 UTC
By Michael Luz and Orion Pegman
Diaal News - Scotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom.
The scottish independence referendum say that 44,7 percent of the voters said “yes” and 55,3 percent of the voters said “no”.
NASA to Reactivate Manned Space Flight
2014-09-24 15:54:01 UTC
DIAAL NEWS - Three years after the retirement of the space shuttle program, the U.S. space agency NASA paved the way to resume US manned flights into space. "We’re returning human space flight launches to the US.", said NASA on Twitter yesterday. ...
3000 volunteers to help fight the Ebola Virus outbreak
2014-09-24 15:54:19 UTC
Diaal News - The US is sending 3000 military employees to the disaster region in West African to help in the fight against the Ebola epidemic, personnel include doctors, medics, engineers and logistics experts.
According to U.S. government of...
Hillary Clinton Frying Political Steak in Iowa
2014-09-17 20:13:15 UTC
By Michael Luz and Daniella Inbar
Democratic presumed frontrunner makes sizzling appearance at event for Senator Tom Harkin.
Diaal News - Senator Harkin’s steak fry is a Democratic institution dating back long before the Clinton’s themselv...
Ukraine Crisis: US Sanctions affect Russia's largest Bank
2014-09-17 17:51:51 UTC
Diaal News - Despite the slowdown in fighting in the Ukraine, the United States have tightened their sanctions against Russia. The focus is on the financial sector. The largest financial institution in Russia, Sberbank, was placed on the sanctions...
U.S. Government threatened Yahoo with Million Dollar Penalty
2014-09-16 22:49:46 UTC
U.S. government threatened Yahoo with million dollar penalty
Provides us with data for the Prism program - or pay $ 250,000 penalty per day: This is how U.S. authorities put pressure on Internet giant Yahoo. Not even a court could help.
UN Peacekeepers Pulling Out of Golan Heights
2014-09-17 01:44:38 UTC
Diaal News - The situation for the UN peacekeeping force in Syria has became exceedingly dangerous.
Their mission to keep peace has been undermined by the escalating clashes in Syria. Hundreds of UN peacekeepers have fled fighting in Syria.