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UGANDA: Evictions leave former IDPs in limbo

"People are being ferried out of the place"

SUDAN-SOUTH SUDAN: Southerners running out of options

The process of moving south is far from straightforward

Happiness Is What It Takes for Tony Hsieh

Tony Hsieh, the Taiwan business entrepreneur and CEO of US pure play retailer Zappos, is another striking example of positive enterprise building. Tony stated that the culture of the company focuses on providing positive atmosphere for employees,...

(clipping) A Rising Star

Asian networks this week seems to buzzing with the recently emerging Asian star in the NBA series. This Lin-sanity, spurred by the Taiwanese-descend Jeremy Lin, has caught on like a fever in the Asian countries like Taiwan, China and the Philippines,...

At least 11 Somalis perish in latest Gulf of Aden boat tragedy, UN reports

People waiting to board a boat to take them across the Gulf of Aden.

Global recording artist, Sarah Brightman designated UNESCO Artist for Peace

A star of the musicals Cats and Phantom of the Opera, Sarah Brightman started her career as a dancer, going on to become a successful pop singer as well as an acclaimed classical performer. Ms. Brightman has developed her own crossover style,...

A Look Back At Bosnia, Through Angelina Jolie's Eyes

NPR's Tom Gjelten joins a panel with Angelina Jolie to discuss her directorial debut movie, In the Land of Blood and Honey.

U. S. Patent and Trademark Office Announces New Exhibit Highlighting the Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs

In tribute to the tremendous influence of Steve Jobs, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will showcase The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World. The free exhibit will open to the public on...