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North Korea Rejects South's Offer of Talks

The North insisted the talks cannot be held as long as the South does not prevent the dropping of leaflets with anti-North propaganda More

Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks to Reuters during the 10th World Islamic Economic Forum in Dubai Oct. 28, 2014.

Malaysia PM Vows to Bring MH17 Culprits to Justice

Najib Razak tells Reuters he also hopes to see results over the coming months in the search for missing Malaysian jetliner MH370 More

FILE - United Nations Special Rapporteur on North Korea Marzuki Darusman.

North Korea Proposes Visit by UN Rights Official

A report set to be released later this week will recommend the Security Council refer North Korea to the ICC over its rights record More

Medical staff test whether an Ebola protective suit is leak-proof at Shenzhen Third People's Hospital, in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, Oct. 22, 2014.

WHO Ebola Meeting to Consider Altering Responses to Outbreak

World Health Organization likely to discuss drugmakers seeking indemnity against possible losses or claims arising from widespread emergency use of new Ebola vaccines in Africa More

In this photo provided by the Nepalese army, soldiers carry an avalanche victim to an airlift transfer point in Thorong La pass area, Nepal, Oct. 15, 2014.

Nepal Blizzard, Avalanche Death Toll Rises to 32 While Rescue Continues

So far Nepali search and rescue teams have rescued 262 people but dozens are still missing More

The latest images from Syria

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  • Men check a damaged vehicle as a Free Syrian Army fighter, carrying his weapon, walks by in the besieged area of Homs, Syria, May 27, 2013.
  • The inside of a damaged mosque in Dahra Abd Rabbo village, Aleppo, May 27, 2013.
  • U.S. Senator John McCain meets with U.S. troops in southern Turkey, May 27, 2013.  During the trip he made a visit to meet with rebels in Syria.  This picture was released on his Twitter account.
  • Syrians participate in the funeral prayer for Youssef Ghazi al-Sarmani, who was killed in fighting between rebel and government forces, May 27. The logo in red reads "Talbiseh".
  • A boy makes pastry at a shop in Darkush town, Idlib province, May 26, 2013.
  • A group of men smuggle diesel fuel from Syria to Turkey hoping to sell it at a higher price, across the Al-Assi River in Idlib, May 26, 2013.
  • Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad during clashes against Syrian rebels in Aleppo, May 26, 2013.
  • Supporters and relatives of Hezbollah members attend the funeral of a Hezbollah fighter who died in the Syrian conflict. The funeral took place in the Ouzai district in Beirut, May 26, 2013.
  • A Free Syrian Army fighter feeds pigeons in Homs, May 26, 2013.
  • Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad take their position during a clashes against rebels, Aleppo, Syria, May 26, 2013. (SANA).

Ambassador: Kim Jong Un Trying to Show New Image with Reappearance

Roberto Colin, Brazilian Ambassador to North Korea, said there has been social and economic changes since Kim has been in power

20 Dead in Nepal Avalanche as Rescue Effort Continues

At least 70 hikers remain unaccounted for after heavy snows Wednesday in Himalayas

12 Dead in Nepal Avalanche

Remnants of deadly Cyclone Hudhud in neighboring India triggers rain and snow in Nepal's northern mountains

Photogallery North Korean Leader Reappears in State Media Clutching Cane

Absence of Kim in public for nearly six weeks prompts global speculation he is suffering a serious health or political problem

Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi Awarded Nobel

Peace prize winners pledge to work together to ensure the rights of children, and to improve relations between their home countries of Pakistan and India

Big Brother Modi is Watching India's Bureaucrats

Biometric Attendance System, an electronic surveillance system, will keep real-time attendance records of all government officials

Kashmir Clashes Continue as India, Pakistan Trade Blame

Renewed fighting renders almost non-existent mutual cease-fire in Himalayan region that has largely held since 2003

Kim Jong Un's Absence Fuels Rumors

South Korean media have reported Kim suffers from gout, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes

Video Pakistan Battling Not Only Polio, but Misinformation

Pakistan struggles with its largest outbreak of polio in years, due in part to rumors about health workers and the polio vaccine itself

Liberia Ambassador Appeals to Int'l Community for More Help to Fight Ebola

Amb. Jeremiah Sulunteh's appeal echoes President Obama's opinion, criticizing foreign governments for not acting 'as aggressively as they need to'

Can There Be Peace in Yemen?

With Shi’ite rebels now firmly in control of much of Yemen’s capital, analysts say a lasting peace in the fractured nation may never come

Myanmar Pardons 3,000 Prisoners

It is unclear whether any of the prisoners to be released include political prisoners

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Kunleng News Oct 31 , 2014i
བྷོ་སི་ཊོཎ་གྱི་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར། ཧོང་ཀོང་གི་སྲིད་གྲོས་འཐུས་མི་ཕྱིར་འབུད། ཧོང་ཀོང་གི་སྲིད་གྲོས་འཐུས་མི་ཕྱིར་འབུད། ཨེ་བྷོ་ལཱ་དྲག་སྐྱེད། ཨཱ་ཤོ་ཀ་སྨུག་པོ། ཀུར་དིའི་ཡུལ་དམག་ལ་དཔུང་སྣོན། ཛམ་བྷི་ཡའི་སྲིད་འཛིན་འདས་གྲོངས། ཡུ་ཀེ་རེཎ་དང་ཨུ་རུ་སུ། ཡུ་རོབ། སེང་ག་ལར་རང་འབྱུང་གནོད་འཚེ། བལ་ཡུལ་ལ་ཕྱོགས་སྐྱོད།

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