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2019-01-11T08:04:48.899Z
Defense ministry not to use provocative terms against NK We decided to change the names, in an effort to extend the scope of security readiness, a military official said They include the establishment of smart troop management systems and the introduction of a new lightweight combat uniform, called the Warrior Platform, which consists of a bulletproof helmet and vest and combat fatigues made from improved fabrics
2019-01-11T07:56:40.250Z
One Championship looks to make MMA splash in States How many casual American sports fans about a year ago had heard of One? Try none. OK, maybe that's a bit of a reach. But the Singapore-based mixed martial arts organization was an afterthought at best in the United States among the hodgepodge of companies trying to put a dent in UFC's heavyweight share of the combat sports marketplace. Try ignoring One Championship now. After staging shows for seven years across Asia from Myanmar to China, One has come out swinging in the U.S. — throwing millions at big-name free agents, signing a major cable TV deal and raising capital needed to not only keep its grip as the dominant MMA promotion of the East, but perhaps use global expansion to eventually rival UFC as the champ of the West. How many casual American sports fans about a year ago had heard of One The three-year deal will see One content broadcast on Turner’s platforms including TNT, which is received by more than 90 million households in the United States, as well as streaming platform Bleacher Report Live and other Turner properties
2019-01-11T07:39:44.307Z
Saudi refugee who fled to Thailand claims to have been granted asylum Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun made headlines earlier this week after she began tweeting from the transit area of Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport. She now says she has been granted asylum. More than three months on, his body's whereabouts remain unknown Turkish and US officials have accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of orchestrating the killing - an allegation Saudi authorities categorically refute Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Department of Home Affairs for comment
2019-01-11T07:27:03.336Z
‘Brought to Jesus’: the evangelical grip on the Trump administration The influence of evangelical Christianity is likely to become an important question as Trump finds himself dependent on them for political survival While other white voters have flaked away in the first two years of his presidency, white evangelicals have become his last solid bastion One of the most momentous foreign policy questions of 2019 is whether Trump can veer away from the collision course he has helped set in motion – perhaps conjuring up a last minute deal, as he did with North Korea – or instead welcome conflict as a distraction from his domestic woes, and sell it the faithful as a crusade
2019-01-11T07:25:47.589Z
In Cairo, Pompeo delivers Trump's vision: Confrontation with Iran Describing the US as a 'force for good' in the Middle East, top US diplomat rallies allies against Iran, ISIL threats. President Trump has reversed our willful blindness to the danger of the regime and withdrew from the failed nuclear deal, with its false promises, Pompeo said In a rebuttal to the speech, a group of mainly former Obama administration foreign policy officials rejected Pompeo's assertions as petty and weak Counting the Cost Can Iran survive US economic sanctions
2019-01-11T07:00:11.056Z
A Covert British Military-Intelligence Smear Machine Is Infiltrating the US A bombshell domestic spy scandal has been unfolding in Britain, after hacked internal communications exposed a covert UK state military-intelligence psychological warfare operation targeting its own citizens and political figures in allied NATO countries under the cover of fighting “Russian disinformation.” For one, there is no indication that the group has registered under the Justice Department’s Foreign Agent Registration Act, as most foreign agents of influence are required to do Kevin Carson defending his neo-Nazi bro Keith Preston https://t.co/qfV2y5orQ7 pic.twitter.com/AdzN2S09gM exiledonline.com (@exiledonline) January 13, 2016 The C4SS group currently participates in the annual Koch-backed International Students For Liberty conference in Washington DC, LibertyCon, a who’s who of libertarian think-tank hacks and Republican Party semi-celebrities like Steve Forbes, FCC chairman Ajit Pai, and Alan Dershowitz
2019-01-11T06:47:36.528Z
Aftershocks of Trump Syria exit plan shake allies and region Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Thursday that there has been no contradiction in the shifting US strategy in Syria or confusion about it -- claims that fly in the face of shocked responses from allies in the Middle East and beyond. But Turkey believes the YPG, which has controlled a large swathe of northern Syria for the past several years, is a terrorist organization Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had been threatening to conduct operations against the Kurds even before Trump agreed, in a phone call, to leave Syria CNN's Waffa Munayyer, Michelle Kosinski and Barbara Starr contributed to this report
2019-01-11T06:35:57.215Z
Analysis | The looming showdown between Maduro and Bolsonaro The animosity between the presidents of Venezuela and Brazil tells a broader story of Latin American politics. In the past, he described Bolsonaro’s running mate, former Gen It’s unlikely the heated rhetoric will die down anytime soon The specter of a looming clash belies a deeper irony But it surely will not lead the hemisphere away from these authoritarian temptations, nor toward greater collective responsibility
2019-01-11T06:25:28.210Z
The Cairo speeches and US foreign policy in the Middle East Condoleezza Rice, Barack Obama and Mike Pompeo have all spoken in Cairo to promote their failed Middle East policies. One is the withdrawal from Syria which will leave the US-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) preoccupied with a potential Turkish incursion and distracted from their campaign against ISIL ABOUT THE AUTHOR Joe Macaron Joe Macaron is a fellow at the Arab Center Washington DC
2019-01-11T06:22:32.058Z
Who Was Jakiw Palij? Nazi Guard Deported By US Dies At 95 Palij had been living in a home for the elderly in the north-western German town of Ahlen, local media reported. The cause of death remains unknown. Palij admitted to Justice Department officials in 2001, he was trained at the SS Training Camp in Trawniki, in Nazi-occupied Poland in the spring of 1943 One neighbor said he thinks Palij has regret for what he’s done, while another said Palij is down to earth and unlike the image of a Nazi
2019-01-11T06:01:37.774Z
Chinese Analysts: Russia Could Be the Decisive Factor Which Brings Peace to the Korean Peninsula My last Dragon Eye column summarized a significant analysis by two Chinese experts that have each spent significant time in Pyongyang. I noted their interesting conclusion that they considered Russia to be a “rising star [后起之秀]” with respect to affairs on the Korean Peninsula. My last Dragon Eye column summarized a significant analysis by two Chinese experts that have each spent significant time in Pyongyang Toloraya is not exactly optimistic, but neither is he willing to completely declare that U.S.-North Korean negotiations are a complete failure either
2019-01-11T05:44:45.978Z
Why Kabila may be real victor of DRC’s contested election Claims provisional winner Tshisekedi has done deal with former ruler may be more than sour grapes The few reliable surveys of pre-poll voting intentions make it clear that Fayulu was the favourite by a considerable margin We are about to find out, said Ben Shepherd, an expert in the DRC at London’s Chatham House Kabila gets to walk away looking good and the elite gets to stick around
2019-01-11T05:13:59.179Z
Myanmar cracking down on opium, but conflicts fuel drug trade UN reports shows less land being used to grow opium poppies, but conflicts hampering eradication programme. The downward trend in opium cultivation and related heroin production needs to be understood in this context Providing solutions to the conflict requires breaking this cycle Myanmar will not be able to solve the situation alone Inside Story Myanmar: Steps towards peace
2019-01-11T04:11:09.239Z
The Paras: Men of War review: Delves straight into the personal experience of the Paratroop Regiment The usually secretive unit has granted access to a film crew for the first time in 35 years, for a three-part documentary about the selection process Chekov's rule holds that if you introduce a gun in the first act, it needs to go off by the end of the play Watch more Brexit: The Uncivil War review – an engrossing second draft of history It's a deft bit of production in a format not known for its subtlety
2019-01-11T04:03:59.069Z