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Pakistani Air Force ordered to shoot down US drones

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Pakistan’s Air Force (PAF) commander has reportedly ordered to take down drones violating the country’s sovereignty, including that of the US. Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman also recalled a historic breach of trust incident over a batch of US-made F-16’s which Pakistan paid for, but never received. The jabs against America, a key ally, came Thursday in a speech Aman delivered at a ceremony... 

Beware of Jellyfish: China Unveils “WMD” to Protect Aircraft Carriers

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Upon discovering that swarms of mush-like jellyfish are apparently a threat to its new aircraft carrier, The Liaoning, Beijing quickly moved to develop applicable methods on how to deal with the problem. One of the techniques, called a “jellyfish shredder” has lately been put to the test, according to Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post. The new counter-jellyfish mechanism consists... 

US Marine sentenced to life in Japan for rape-murder of Okinawa woman

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Such a beautiful Japanese girl… really sad! As usual… it had to be a black guy! Why do beautiful girls always end up killed by blacks? A former US Marine has been sentenced to life in prison by a Japanese court. The 33-year-old, who was a civilian worker at a US base in Okinawa, raped and murdered a 20-year-old Japanese woman last year. Kenneth Franklin Shinzato pled guilty before the Naha... 

North Korean EMP Attack Could Kill Millions And Turn America Into A Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland

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This is why North Korea’s test of an intercontinental ballistic missile is so important. North Korea had test fired a total of 22 missiles so far this year, but this latest one showed that nobody on the globe is out of their reach. In fact, General Mattis is now admitting that “North Korea can basically threaten everywhere in the world”, and that includes the entire continental United States.... 

North Korea Launches ICBM into Pacific Ocean

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North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) early Wednesday morning, the Pentagon has said. According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JOC), the launch came from the South Pyongan province at 3:17 a.m. Both South Korean and U.S. authorities are currently analyzing the trajectory, the JOC added. The Pentagon stated that the missile came from a mobile launcher. The Pentagon’s... 

SHOCK! Bitcoin hits $10,000 landmark on exchanges

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Bitcoin has long beaten the price of gold which is the most valuable PHYSICAL currency in the world but but….. $10K? For a freaking VIRTUAL money? CASH OUT IMMEDIATELY while you still can! SURE, it may, or may NOT hit 15K, 20K, 30K or God knows how much but eventually this Bitcoin stuff is just an artificial virtual ponzi scheme bubble which will blow up some day. It will blow up one day and... 

Chinese men are becoming infertile due to pollution

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Men who dream of becoming a father may want to make sure they’re living in a place with good air quality. A new study has found a link between air pollution and abnormal sperm, potentially leading to infertility. The research, led by scientists from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, studied the sperm of 6,475 male participants in Taiwan. All of the volunteers were between the ages of 15 and... 

China copies Boston Dynamics robot, puts it on mass sale for $25K

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No doggy-doo, vet visits or bones – now everyone can buy a robot canine online and enjoy spending time with their new four-legged friend, feeding it only with electricity. The following Chiense robot is a copy of Boston Dynamics Big Dog and Spot. Laikago – named after Laika, a Soviet dog who was the first living creature to orbit the Earth – weighs 22kg, a bit less than a common Labrador. It’s... 

Messing with Nature: China Melting the Permafrost to Create Forests in Tibet

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China will use solar power to melt the permafrost in Nagqu, a near-polar climate in Tibet, so that trees can grow in the region. Nagqu is known for its extremely diverse wildlife, but extreme cold is believed to be the reason why trees cannot grow. According to the state-run People’s Liberation Army Daily news outlet, the absence of trees is causing mental breakdowns in Chinese military personnel... 

Beautiful horse-riding Russian postwoman becomes AliExpress face in China

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A Russian postwoman who delivers mail to villages around Moscow on horseback has become the face of online trading platform AliExpress. She gained two million fans in China after a documentary about her job aired on a Chinese channel. Maria Rubtsova from Moscow relocated to the capital’s suburbs to work for the Russian Post in 2015. Now, the 24-year-old is delivering mail to eight villages in her... 

Japan Cracks Down on Illegal Invaders

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Japan will curb all “asylum seekers’” rights to work and detain any not deemed refugees or who have made multiple applications, the Yomiuri daily newspaper has reported—a move which further tightens one of the developed world’s second-toughest anti-invasion systems. From mid-November, Japan will only allow those it regards as bona fide refugees the right to work. The Justice Ministry estimates... 

China to outstrip US in AI stakes by 2025, says Google's Eric Schmidt

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China is likely to beat the US in artificial intelligence under its national plan to exceed all other countries in the field by 2030, despite the Americans being its creators in the name of their own “exceptionalism,” the Alphabet Inc. chairman has warned. “Trust me, these Chinese people are good,” the executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., Eric Schmidt said at the... 

Malaysia Sends Illegal Invaders to Prison

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The Malaysian government has imprisoned at least 132 illegal invaders from Thailand who have been arrested in a series of immigration police swoops in Kuala Lumpur, and seeks to imprison them for at least six months, local media has reported. The Bangkok Post said that the Thai Labour Ministry “has warned Thai workers and job brokers against illegal foreign employment after 132 mostly Thai women... 

China’s ingenious ‘death zone’ spy drones near invisible to radar

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China is testing a tiny bat-sized spy drone the country hopes will help it dominate a region of the atmosphere known as the ‘death zone’. Also known as ‘near space,’ the area begins roughly 20km (12 miles) above sea-level and is regarded as a death zone for drones as the thin air makes it hard for them to generate lift. Simultaneously, the extremely low temperatures of the zone means that... 

China Poised and Ready to Become World's Superpower

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Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced plans to turn his country into the world’s strongest nation by 2050. David O’Brien of the University of Nottingham Ningbo China explained to Sputnik what could be behind Beijing’s push for global dominance. Sputnik: What is your outlook regarding China’s future development? How likely is it to become the biggest superpower? David O’Brien:... 
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