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  • Most Hazardous: 5 Top World’s Powerful Armies

    Most Hazardous: 5 Top World’s Powerful Armies0

    The modern world is becoming more unstable—in an increasingly anarchical system like the modern international relations, military power becomes the most valuable form of currency. A state can have all the art, culture, and philosophy in the world, but it does not matter much without a powerful military to defend its own borders. In the

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  • Huge Landslide: Natural Disaster in China or Human-Caused Catastrophe?

    Huge Landslide: Natural Disaster in China or Human-Caused Catastrophe?0

    • Asia
    • December 26, 2015

    As human population rises, billions of people crowd in Earth’s most vulnerable areas and become exposed to huge natural disasters. A streak of shocking natural disasters around the world is continued by a terrible landslide in Shenzhen, China. According to the environmental experts, most of the natural disasters in China are man-made, and this landslide

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  • China, Egypt, and Iran Are Not Safe for Journalists

    China, Egypt, and Iran Are Not Safe for Journalists0

    We all know that being a journalist had never been a safe job, especially if you have to work in conflict zones. But there are some countries where is it not safe to work as a journalist whether there is a massive armed conflict going on in the country or not. The Committee to Protect

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  • China Promises to Cut Down Emissions of Power Sector by 2020

    China Promises to Cut Down Emissions of Power Sector by 20200

    • Asia
    • December 7, 2015

    According to the announcement of the cabinet on Wednesday, China is going to reduce the emissions of its major power pollutants by 60% by 2020. This was reported after the meeting of the world leaders in Paris where they discussed the current issues of climate change. It was also said that the country will decrease

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  • China Concerned Over Japan’s Relationship With Australia

    China Concerned Over Japan’s Relationship With Australia0

    • Asia
    • November 24, 2015

    Last year, the Japanese government lifted a 50-year ban on military export as a part of a loosening the restrictions on the country’s military power that were put in place after the World War II. For such companies like Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Kawasaki, Toshiba and others the whole South China Sea situation serves as a great

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  • China Still Practices Prisoner Organ Transplants

    China Still Practices Prisoner Organ Transplants0

    • Asia
    • November 18, 2015

    Last year, human rights advocates and physicians around the world welcomed the announcement—by a senior Chinese health official of the Health Ministry who said that China was going to stop using executed prisoners’ organs for transplants as of Jan. 1, 2015. Then, Amnesty International’s William Nee said that although challenges remain, halting prisoner organ transplants

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