The mother of four spent 16 years with her first abusive husband until her family was persuaded to let her marry a Chinese man. The latter promised to take care of her children, but instead forced her to have sex with his “friends”.
Bangladesh doesn’t allow refugee children to attend schools with their Bangladeshi peers. A radical group, Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh, fills the educational gap with its own 1,200 madrassas. Activists warn against the danger of future terrorist attacks.
China is preventing fishing in disputed waters. The area subject to the ban extends from 12 degrees north latitude to China’s southern provinces of Fujian and Guangdong. Meanwhile, Vietnamese fishing boats continue to be attacked and intimidated.
Revenues exceed the 2018 National Budget Plan forecast of US$ 8.8 billion by 157 per cent. “Issues about energy and mineral resources are fundamentally strategic,” said former OPEC chief Purnomo Yusgiantoro. A Catholic, the latter created a think tank that brings together entrepreneurs, professionals and experts in the energy sector.
The golden chalice was donated by Pope Paul VI to the Archdiocese of Mumbai in 1964. In his turn, the pontiff had received it as a gift for the 700th anniversary of the Cathedral of Orvieto. The Cardinal participated in a procession in Bolsena, city of the Eucharistic miracle.
The Archdiocese of Seoul organised the event as part of the Day marking the outbreak of the Korean War. Card Yeom emphasised the importance of prayer, forgiveness and reconciliation, entrusting "this critical moment of our nation” to Mary, Queen of Peace.
The Russian deputy Sergej Gavrilov occupied the seat of the President of the Senate of Tbilisi. Russian airline flights and shipments from Georgia blocked. Commercial sanctions are also being studied. Gavrilov calls himself "a Stalinist who defends the principles of Orthodoxy throughout the world". Fighting NATO and "foreign instigators".
The North Korean leader has described the content of the message as "excellent" and "interesting". The White House: "There is a correspondence between the two". South Korea, working as a mediator between Washington and Pyongyang, expresses satisfaction with the new developments.
The former general secretary of the territory, under the British and under China, urges the head of the executive to take some steps to rebuild people's trust in political authorities and restore calm in Hong Kong.
The leader of the secular opposition defeats the president's candidate with an even higher margin than the March administrative election. He obtained 54% of the votes, compared to 45% of former Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. Citizens in celebration invade streets and squares of the city. The most serious electoral defeat for the Sultan.