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Australian opposition leader describes burqa as “confronting”


Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has confessed to finding the burqa “confronting” while defending Liberal candidate Ray King for describing the Islamic attire as a “sign of oppression”. Asked whether he supported the statements by Mr King, who drew a link between the burqa and criminality at a fund-raiser, Mr Abbott admitted he found it “a … Continue reading

June 26 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Rule of law in China a long way away Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 26, 2012 ⋅ 2 Comments In China, two well-known sayings make despotic officials very happy. One is “the heaven is high and the emperor, far away”; therefore even if the central government is good and has formulated good laws, regulations, rules, codes, … Continue reading

June 1 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China factory surveys signal wider economic weakness Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 1, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China‘s economy betrayed signs of a broadening slowdown as surveys of its vast factory sector showed momentum eased in May, signalling a deeper-than-forecast deterioration in demand at home and abroad and the likelihood of more … Continue reading

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