Art Forgery Is Easier Than Ever, and It's a Great Way to Launder Money
More and more rich people are buying art and stashing it in strange places. According to infamous scammers, it's not even close to legit.
‘Bloodbath’: Iraq Is Cracking Down on Protesters With Live Ammunition and Military-Grade Tear Gas Grenades
Over 300 people have been killed since the start of October, with no end to the protests, or the security force's violent crackdown, in sight.
What Ever Happened to Imelda Marcos’ 3,000 Pairs of Shoes?
If there’s one thing the world knows about the Philippines’ infamous First Lady, it’s that she can’t say “no” to a pair of shoes. But where are they now?
With No Response From the Government, Indonesian Students Take to the Streets Again
The term is up for the country’s lawmakers, which means protesters will have to direct their demands to a fresh batch of representatives.
Reports of Police Brutality Spike in Indonesia As 570 High School Students Are Detained for Involvement in Protests
Some of them have been allowed to go home with their parents, but 50 are still missing.