Current Events

Yew, Lee Kuan
July 2010
Forbes Asia;Jul2010, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p38
The article presents world news briefs. President Lee Myungbak of the Republic of Korea (ROK) has strongly cautioned Kim Jong-Il, the North Korean leader, against further acts of provocation. Thousands of red shirt demonstrators, came on streets to protest against the government in Thailand. The economic crises in Greece has raise doubts on the sustainability of euro as a currency.


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