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Daily Archives: September 10, 2015

Taiwan military drills simulate confrontation with China

Taiwan has launched a live-fire anti-landing drill to simulate a scenario of confrontation with China. The drills was staged on Thursday as part of this year’s five-day annual military exercise codenamed “Han Kuang 31” (Han Glory) in the northern Hsinchu county with the aim of examining Taiwanese armed forces’ performance ...

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Israel embassy in Egypt reopens after 4-year closure

The Israeli regime’s embassy in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, has reopened after a four-year closure due to security concerns. Egypt “will always be the biggest and most important state in the region,” the Israeli regime’s foreign ministry director-general, Dore Gold, who flew to Cairo for the reopening ceremony, said on Wednesday. ...

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Ignoring preceding events, Khokhar sets sights on 2020 Olympics

LAHORE: The newly elected president of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF), retired Brig Khalid Sajjad Khokhar, has set his sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics though his term will end in December 2017. While targeting the 2020 Olympics, he ignored some important major events like World Cup and Asian Games ...

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Obama ordered ten times more drone strikes than Bush

A new study has revealed that the Obama administration has carried out ten times more assassination drone strikes than the Bush administration which preceded it. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, the George W. Bush administration ordered 50 drone attacks while the government of current US President Barack Obama has ...

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Saudi airstrikes kill Yemeni beekeepers

Several Yemeni civilians, including beekeepers, have become the latest victims of the relentless deadly Saudi aggression against its impoverished southern neighbor. Saudi warplanes late on Wednesday pounded the central town Bayhan, on the border between Shabwa and Marib provinces, hitting a honey farm and killing six beekeepers and two other civilians, reports said on Thursday. ...

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UN General Assembly to vote on Palestine flag resolution

The United Nations General Assembly is scheduled to vote on a draft resolution which would allow the Palestinian flag to be raised at the world body’s headquarters in New York. Later on Thursday, the UN will pass its judgment on the draft resolution submitted by Palestine that calls for the flags ...

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Israel’s President Rivlin has stopped meeting with Netanyahu

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin says he has not met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for nearly two months and is not planning to meet with him either. Rivlin is an outspoken critic of Netanyahu’s policies on the Iran nuclear agreement, which he believes is isolating Israel within the international community. ...

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