Beijing is ready to block recommendations from a United Nations warning Kim Jong-un on his regime's human rights abuses China rejected what it said was "unreasonable criticism" of Beijing in a new U.N.
Kim Song-ju tells UN human rights panel how he was forced to crawl like an animal and witness mutilation of fellow prisoner in North Korea Among the defectors that the United Nations panel took evidence
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Lapse of memory leads to a night in jail for woman who is arrested for hanging on to rented video An oversight has proved costly for a 27-year-old South Carolina woman who kept hold of a Jennifer Lopez
Children of factory workers and cleaners in Far East achieve better exam results than offspring of British lawyers and doctors, says OECD British schoolchildren are lagging so far behind their peers in
The push to reach a final settlement of the nuclear issue starts in Vienna Iran and six world powers began negotiations in Vienna on Tuesday with the aim of resolving the confrontation over Tehran’s nuclear
The former Prime Minister argues that the state pension is best provided on a UK-wide basis, which allows the pooling of risks and resources Gordon Brown has warned his fellow Scots that a vote for independence
A convicted con artist faces trial in Beijing for allegedly tricking her victims out of thousands of pounds by posing as a “superhuman” Communist Party official and police agent named “Mr Li" A Chinese