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  • U.S. moves to block airspace for Russian airplanes going to Syria

    U.S. moves to block airspace for Russian airplanes going to Syria0

    On Tuesday Sept.8, Bulgarian officials announced that through September the 24th they had closed the country’s airspace to Russian transport planes. The reason for this serious decision is associated with the recently documented facts of Russian military buildup to the south of Latakia city in Syria. A week before that Mr Putin spoke about the

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  • Russian military support for Assad concerns for U.S.

    Russian military support for Assad concerns for U.S.0

    The U.S. warns Russia not to interfere in the Syrian civil war and not to support President Bashar-al-Assad. The Secretary of State John Kerry appealed to the Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov saying in his statement that Kremlin’s plan of expanding its military support for Syria represents a very dangerous escalation and could lead to

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  • Covert chinese agents in the U.S.A. create tension between Beijing and Washington

    Covert chinese agents in the U.S.A. create tension between Beijing and Washington0

    Tommy Yuan, a Chinese emigrant was threatened by two Chinese agents. They requested information of his ex-wife’s cohabitant, Ling Wancheng. It’s a bit complicated, but the matter is, that the brother of Mr. Ling Wancheng was an assistant of Chinese President, Hu Jintao, but in winter he was accused of bribery, adultery and acquisition of

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  • Tianjin residents demand new houses from the government

    Tianjin residents demand new houses from the government0

    The five huge explosions which killed 114 people and counting in Tianjin, China, caused a big national safety check at every workplace. The Industry and Technology Ministry has signed a directive which demands immediate inspection in every workplace associated with health hazards. The Tianjin incident prosecutors are investigating if the catastrophe was caused by criminal

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  • USA and South Korea begin military exercises, provoke tension on the border

    USA and South Korea begin military exercises, provoke tension on the border0

    South Korea and the USA have conducted a big military exercises on Monday involving hundreds of troops practicing a reaction to a hypothetical North Korean attack. The whole process was a computer simulation. This annual event, named Ulchi Freedom, runs until the end of August. According to the Korean defense ministry, the process is completely

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  • Poor chinese economy forces yuan devaluation

    Poor chinese economy forces yuan devaluation0

    On August 11, Reuters reported on a new phase of the global war of currency after China’s unexpected yuan devaluation. Some experts say it can be the beginning of big changes, maybe even a crisis, in monetary policy—not only in the East but all around the world. Some predict it may have some influence on

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