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Outrage after Japanese Deputy PM says Hitler had ‘right motives’

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Japan’s deputy prime minister, Taro Aso, is in hot water after suggesting Adolf Hitler might have had “the right motives.” He was criticized both at home and abroad, with the US-based Simon Wiesenthal Center saying the remarks were “downright dangerous.” “I don’t question your motives (to be a politician). But the results are important. Hitler, who killed millions of people, was no good,... 

North Korea can turn South into desert without using nukes

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Solving the Korean Peninsula crisis through diplomacy is in everyone’s interests, geopolitical experts have told RT, citing potential scenarios of South Korea being turned “into a desert,” or other states, not directly involved, being severely affected by a “stray missile.” If the current situation in East Asia is not resolved, a number of countries “will be living under a threat of... 

North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Over Japan

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North Korea launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile Tuesday that flew over the island nation of Japan. The suspected Hwasong-12 missile was fired from Pyongyang at 5:57 a.m. and passed over the Tohoku region at the northern end of the country, the South Korean military said. “It passed through the sky over Japan,” South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said, later noting that the missile... 

North Korea Backs Down from Guam Attack Plan

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced he would not move forward with plans Tuesday to launch missiles near the Pacific Island of Guam. Kim, who threatened last week to potentially send four Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missiles into waters off the U.S. territory’s coast, said plans to do so were on hold unless “the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous reckless actions.” “If... 

US Could Drop Neutron Bomb on North Korea

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“If we have one [neutron bomb] that is what’s going to be used, that is what Trump is hinting at,” radio host Michael Savage said in response to President Donald Trump’s threatening to unleash “fury and fire… never seen before” on North Korea’s Kim Jung Un, and his doubling down saying the threat wasn’t “tough enough.” Dr. Savage believes the U.S. may still have reconstructed... 

State news says China will side with North Korea if USA attacks

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A state-run newspaper has argued in an editorial that China should remain neutral if North Korea attacks the U.S., but intervene forcefully if the U.S. strikes first. The widely read state-run Global Times, published by the ruling Communist Party’s official People’s Daily, wrote in an editorial that Beijing is not able to persuade either Washington or Pyongyang to back down. “It needs to make... 

Chinese Selling “High Quality Refugee Boats” on Alibaba.com

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Merchants using the famous Chinese e-commerce website “Alibaba” are advertising “high quality refugee boats” for sale to human traffickers for use in the ongoing nonwhite invasion of Europe, it has emerged. The advertisements have emerged after the European Union took steps to restrict the sale of such boats in Libya. The large rubber boats have become the favorite method of transport used... 

Typhoon Noru Hits Southwest Japan, Cuts Power to Thousands of Homes

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A strong typhoon battering southwestern Japan has cut power supply in 11,000 households, Kyushu Electric Power Company, an energy business powering seven prefectures, said Saturday. Noru, a category 5 typhoon, has winds of over 78 miles per hour and is expected to bring heaviest rains in half a century, meteorologists said. Japan’s Meteorological Agency predicted that the typhoon would hit the... 

US bans American travel to N. Korea after Sep 1, passport holders ordered out

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The US State Department has ordered a travel ban to North Korea for US passport holders. The restriction will be enforced beginning September 1, by which time all passport holders have been ordered to leave the country. “The Department of State has determined that the serious risk to United States nationals of arrest and long-term detention represents imminent danger to the physical safety of... 

China Expels Bogus “Asylum Seekers” Back to Korea

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China is increasing its expulsion rates of illegal invaders from Korea pretending to be “asylum seekers,” much to the impotent anger of United Nations officials, it has emerged. According to a report in the Korea Herald, China “has recently been repatriating more North Koreans seeking to resettle in the South.” Tomas Ojea Quintana, the UN special rapporteur on North Korean human rights, told... 

Indian Scientists Discover Supercluster of Galaxies

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Indian scientists have now claimed to have discovered an extremely large supercluster of galaxies. The supercluster of galaxies is as big as 20 million billion suns and named Saraswati by scientists from the Pune-based Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA). Discovered by four scientists — Shishir Sankhyayan, a PhD student at the Pune-based Indian Institute of Science Education... 

Globalization Report Identifies Key Geographic Trade Centers

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The United States, Asia and Europe were three production centers in the global value chain for bulk trade of parts, a report said on Monday. Released by the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the report aimed to provide solutions to uneven distribution under economic globalization, as well as to provide suggestions for developing... 

Bangladesh has Expelled Over 236,000 Fake Refugees to Burma

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The government of Bangladesh has so far expelled over 236,000 Burmese nationals pretending to be refugees back to their home country, complaining of the “adverse effects on the overall socio-economic, political, demographic, environmental, and humanitarian and security situation” caused by the illegal influx from Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). According to a statement released on Reliefweb,... 

Obama Meets With South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Discuss Trump

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Barack Hussein Obama just won’t go away. He met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in for 40 minutes on Monday where they discussed Moon’s recent meeting with President Trump. The Korea Herald reports: President Moon Jae-in renewed his resolve to pursue sanctions and dialogue to tackle North Korea’s nuclear program during a meeting with former US President Barack Obama on Monday, saying now... 

Chinese Village Buried in Landslide in Sichuan Province, 100 Suspected Dead

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A recent landslide in Sichuan Province in Central China is the cause for more than 100 people feared dead. The small town of Xinmo, a remote village in north Sichuan, is all but gone after the natural disaster. Chinese state media said more than 60 homes were covered in rock and mud in Xinmo, a remote village in north Sichuan. The debris slid half a mile down a steep slope to block a stretch of river... 
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