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Daily Archives: September 21, 2018

Cambodia Pardons Australian Filmmaker Jailed for Espionage

Cambodia has granted a pardon to an Australian filmmaker jailed in August on espionage charges for six years, a court in Phnom Penh said Friday.James Ricketson was freed from prison later in the day and Cambodia’s immigration department said he would …

Unique exhibition of modern Kazakh art opened in London

The exhibition “Postnomadic horizons” is prepared by 33 artists who use the modern language of postmodernism and work in various art media. Such as painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video.The exhibition considers modern art of Kazakhst…

Unique exhibition of modern Kazakh art opened in London

The exhibition “Postnomadic horizons” is prepared by 33 artists who use the modern language of postmodernism and work in various art media. Such as painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video.The exhibition considers modern art of Kazakhst…

World Trade Body to Rule on US, China Anti-Dumping Spat

A World Trade Organization arbitrator will step into a years-old dispute brought by China over U.S. anti-dumping measures.A trade official said Friday the arbitration was triggered automatically after the U.S. objected to Beijing’s request for authoriz…

World Trade Body to Rule on US, China Anti-Dumping Spat

A World Trade Organization arbitrator will step into a years-old dispute brought by China over U.S. anti-dumping measures.A trade official said Friday the arbitration was triggered automatically after the U.S. objected to Beijing’s request for authoriz…

Texan Running 3-D-Printed-Guns Company Ordered to Leave Taiwan

A Texan running a 3-D printed guns company who flew to Taiwan as policeinvestigated an accusation he had sex with an underage girl was detained Friday in Taipei and ordered to leave the island after his U.S. passport was annulled, officials said.Cody W…