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One of the world's trendiest tourist destinations could become the front line in war with China

[ad_1] If war is to break out, then Ishigaki would be the front line. This is the island where Japan feels the most under threat from China and the place it will be installing missiles and troops amid clashes at sea, accusations and recriminations. While international attention is on whether Games …

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China deploys 60,000 soldiers to plant trees in bid to grow 6 million hectares of new forest this year

[ad_1] 1/48 13 February 2018 North Korean cheerleaders are surrounded by media as they attempt to walk on Gyeongpo beach in Gangneung, South Korea AFP/Getty 2/48 12 February 2018 Former US President Barack Obama unveils his portrait at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC AFP/Getty 3/48 9 February …

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Britain to sail warship through disputed South China Sea in challenge to Beijing

[ad_1] A Royal Navy warship will sail through the South China Sea in an effort to assert freedom of navigation rights in waters where Beijing is increasingly extending its control. HMS Sutherland, a Type 23 frigate, will travel through the key trading lane after concluding a visit to Australia, Defence Secretary …

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Police arrest Pakistan gang members accused of extracting girl's spinal fluid without consent

[ad_1] 1/48 13 February 2018 North Korean cheerleaders are surrounded by media as they attempt to walk on Gyeongpo beach in Gangneung, South Korea AFP/Getty 2/48 12 February 2018 Former US President Barack Obama unveils his portrait at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC AFP/Getty 3/48 9 February …

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Rodrgio Duterte tells soldiers to shoot female rebels in the vagina

[ad_1] Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte last week told soldiers to shoot female rebels in their genitals, the latest in a series of violent, misogynistic remarks. Addressing a group of former communist rebels on 7 February, Duterte, who served as a city mayor before becoming President, appeared to encourage Armed Forces of …

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