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CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

the CIA reportedly had knowledge about atrocities committed by South American dictators of five decades ago a Washington Post report said that the CIA owns two it’s crypto AG as part of their operation with West German intelligence for decades… Continue Reading

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Coronavirus cases surpass 20,000 in China, continues to spread worldwide

Coronavirus cases surpass 20,000 in China, continues to spread worldwide

the coronavirus is becoming deadlier by the day the death toll in China mounted overnight killing over 420 people now and numbers of confirmed cases are rising in other countries as well our park agent starts us off the new… Continue Reading

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[World] More than 2,700 cases of coronavirus in China as death toll hits 80

more than 2700 people in China are now said to have been infected by the fast spreading corona virus while more countries have reported their first confirmed cases the death toll has spiked to 81 and more than 460 of… Continue Reading

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N. Korean media says Middle East could become “graveyard” for U.S. following killing of general

N. Korean media says Middle East could become “graveyard” for U.S. following killing of general

North Korea’s official news agency has reported for the first time on the killing of Iran’s general Soleimani and another North Korean propaganda outlet is saying the Middle East could become a quote graveyard for the u.s. the North Korean… Continue Reading

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U.S. successfully tests THAAD missile system in Alaska: Missile Defense Agency

U.S. successfully tests THAAD missile system in Alaska: Missile Defense Agency

Our top story this morning… The United States has confirmed its THAAD anti-ballistic missile system in Alaska has successfully shot down an intermediate-range ballistic missile in a test. The system has a track record of 100 percent mission success in… Continue Reading

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More Chinese and Japanese tourists expected in Korea with public holidays

More Chinese and Japanese tourists expected in Korea with public holidays

More Japanese and Chinese tourists are expected to come to Korea this week as both countries have extended public holidays. Officials say China has a three-day weekend thanks to Labor Day celebrations. Japan is currently on its ten-day-long Golden Week… Continue Reading

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U.S. stocks mixed ahead of Thanksgiving holiday, Kospi opens lower

U.S. stocks mixed ahead of Thanksgiving holiday, Kospi opens lower

U.S. stocks had a mixed day ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended up point-three-one-percent on Wednesday at 19-thousand 83-points,… while the S-and-P 500 gained point-zero-eight-percent, closing at two-thousand-two-hundred-four-point-seven. Gains in industrial stocks and the oil… Continue Reading

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Eyes on whether President Park’s special pardon list will include business figures

Eyes on whether President Park’s special pardon list will include business figures

With Korea’s Liberation Day just over a month away,… the question of presidential pardons has come under the spotlight once more. As we have in years past,… all eyes are on whether key business leaders stand a chance to make… Continue Reading