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Thailand bans sex tourism, Yellow Fever to finally come to an End

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Sorry girls it was fun while it lasted but white men now have to go back to their white women. Great news for the Alt-Right! Thailand is now banning any form of sex tourism which has facilitated the thing known as “yellow fever” for decades, which is the obsession of White males with Asian females. So the country known for famous cuisine, Buddhist temples, friendly people and beautiful... 

Japanese Woman’s Severed Head in a Bag After Date with “American Man”

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Gonna go ahead and predict this is a US soldier. That is just the most likely. It could also be a black guy, though it would be weird for a Japanese girl to be meeting a black guy. Fox News: The severed head of a missing woman was reportedly found in a suitcase in Osaka, Japan, police said on Saturday. Police, who have been investigating the disappearance of a woman from Hyogo, allegedly found the... 

Fearing Spying, US Intelligence Warns Against Using Chinese Smartphones

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US intelligence leaders have publicly warned US citizens not use smartphones made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, as those companies are ”beholden to foreign governments,” and they fear those companies’ products could be used for espionage, information theft or foreign influence. During much-touted testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee (SIC) on Tuesday, the leaders of the US... 

Chinese Police Begin Using Facial Recognition Sunglasses to Find Suspects

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Police in China have begun using sunglasses equipped with facial recognition technology in order to locate wanted suspects. The new tool, given to officers in Central China’s Henan Province, has reportedly led to the arrest of more than 30 people at the Zhengzhou East Railway Station since Thursday. According to China News Service, the country’s second largest state-owned news agency, seven kidnapping... 

Kim Jong-un invites South’s leader Moon to Pyongyang in personal letter delivered by sister

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang in a personal letter delivered by Kim’s sister, Seoul has said. Kim’s younger sister, Kim Yo-jong, handed the letter over at a rare meeting with Moon on Saturday. She said that brother asked Moon to visit the North’s capital at the “earliest date” possible for what will be a third inter-Korean summit. “While... 

US to send thousands of troops to Asia to counter China

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The Pentagon reportedly plans a “major muscle movement” from the Middle East to East China, with thousands of extra Marines to be deployed. The goal is to “persuade Pacific nations to stand with the US” and not China. According to a Wall Street Journal report, the US plans to boost its military presence in the East Pacific with rotating deployment of Marine Expeditionary Units, or MEUs. An... 

Kim Jong-un’s sister arrives in South Korea in historic visit

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The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived in South Korea on Friday for the Winter Olympics, making her the first member of the country’s ruling family to cross the border since the Korean War. Kim Yo-jong arrived at Incheon International Airport on a private jet along with North Korea’s ceremonial head of state, Kim Yong-nam, and an entourage of senior officials. Kim Yong-nam is the... 

Taiwan Rejects China's Offer to Help With Quake Rescue Mission

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Taiwanese authorities turned down Beijing’s offer to help with the search for missing people after the recent deadly earthquake, having rejected the move due to own high capabilities, the deputy minister of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council said Thursday. “At the moment, we have adequate manpower and facilities in support of the rescue operation… We deeply appreciate their offer,... 

Pakistani Court Convicts 31 Men of Lynching Student Falsely Accused of Blasphemy

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On Wednesday, a Pakistani court sentenced one man to death and handed prison terms to 30 others who were involved in the mob killing of a university student wrongfully accused of blasphemy last year. The anti-terrorism court in Haripur also announced Wednesday that 26 other suspects were acquitted and three more suspects are still on the loose. One recently arrested suspect has not yet faced trial.... 

Hotel Collapses in Shallow 6.4 Taiwan Earthquake

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A 6.4-magnitude earthquake has struck the east coast of Taiwan, the US Geological Service (USGS) reported. The epicenter of the quake was reportedly just 1km deep, some 22km east-northeast of Hua-lien. A hotel in Hualien has collapsed following the earthquake, Reuters reported, citing the Taiwanese government. Images posted online appear to show the first floor of the hotel severely damaged, with... 

Cryptocurrencies crash after India vows to BAN their use

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Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies are falling substantially on Thursday after India announced a crackdown on their trading and circulation. The largest cryptocurrency, bitcoin, dropped over 12 percent below $9,000, the lowest level seen since November. The Indian Finance Ministry on Thursday made bitcoin illegal and announced an upcoming ban. “The government does not consider cryptocurrencies... 

China Showcases New Electromagnetic Railgun-Armed Warship

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Pictures circulating on social media indicate that China’s navy may have mounted an electromagnetic rail gun on a warship, a feat that has yet to be tested at sea. A photo of a huge gun barrel situated at the bow of a People’s Liberation Army-Navy (PLA-N) Type 072-II amphibious warfare ship popped up on military technology Twitter feeds on Wednesday. ​According to a translation of a former... 

Chinese DEATH STAR Laser Under Development in Shanghai Lab

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Chinese physicists are working on a laser powerful enough to rip up space – and maybe even trigger a black hole. The physicists at the Superintense Ultrafast Laser Facility (SULF) in Shanghai have already created the world’s most powerful laser beam at 5.3 petawatts of power, but it wasn’t enough for them so now they’re developing a laser 1000x more powerful than all the world’s power grids... 

Cambodia arrests European youngsters for debauchery party, mostly Britons

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A prisoner who was arrested in Cambodia for what police describe as ‘pornographic dancing’ with young women tourists say they are innocent and insist they do not know why they have been arrested. Police in Siem Reap, the popular town close to the famous ancient temples of Angkor Wat in the north west of the country, said the tourists would be appearing in court at a time to be announced. Police... 

China's Army Recruits Top Scientists to Develop Quantum Technology and AI

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China is looking to the future as it embarks on a mission to develop cutting-edge technologies in order to become the new military tech superpower. China has selected 120 top specialists to work in a leading research institute to push the development of artificial intelligence and quantum technologies for military applications, the South China Morning Post reports, citing state media. It’s been... 
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