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Posted in: N Korea's Kim says must prepare for dialogue and confrontation with U.S. See in context

Is Kim a hermit now?

Perhaps he should always be left alone, better that way.

But what if he starts to have multiple missile launchings again?

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Posted in: UK government 'ashamed' at poor rape conviction rates See in context

Britain’s government has apologized to rape victims for declining conviction levels - ministers are “deeply ashamed”..

It is a free and casual sex nation, there is no clear-cut definition for the word 'rape'.

What is there to be deeply ashamed of when some of the ministers themselves might have been involved..?

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Posted in: Nuclear reactor problem a new headache for designer and China See in context

Nuclear reactor problem poses a new headache for French designer and Chinese government.

This could well be a hiccup, to be amicably resolved.

Yet old reactor woe in Japan has been a constant nightmare for years, continue worrying TEPCO and the government..

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Posted in: Myanmar's Suu Kyi goes on trial for sedition in junta court See in context

This is a blatant anti-democracy example of stark injustice, perpetrated and perpetuated on an elected leader who is virtually helpless all this while.

Yet the world stays mum, deafeningly quiet..

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Posted in: Israel strikes Gaza in response to incendiary balloons See in context

Israel strikes Gaza, 1st time under new government & after ceasefire that ended 11-day war.

So, that is the kind of new government Israel has, perpetrating the atrocity within dozen hours of the new premier installation.

What more to say?..

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Posted in: U.S. COVID-19 deaths cross painful 600,000 milestone as country reopens See in context

Apparently, people think calm has strived hard to return to US.

Nevertheless, appearances are always deceitful, avoid taking things at face value.

The virus has not totally given up yet, look at Europe, South Asia, Central and South Americas..

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

China scoffs at G7’s ‘international system’, says days when world was controlled by a ‘small group’ are over :

So declared the 'up-and-coming' China, in a clear and loud manner.

Would the world (particularly the west) still not want to take any serious note?..

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Posted in: Japan says ties with Taiwan are only unofficial See in context

What kind of tie constitute an unofficial tie?

Why not just say no political element is attached, only business?

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Posted in: Trip to space with Jeff Bezos sells for $28 mil See in context

To a billionaire, $28 million is only a very small fraction, easily affordable.

No need to be envious of the filthy rich, many of them could not use their wealth to buy back their conscience..

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Posted in: Ice shelf protecting Antarctic glacier is breaking up faster See in context

Ice shelf protecting Antarctic glacier is breaking up faster,

the glaciers are disappearing here and there,

the sea-levels are rising everywhere,

the gradual increase in average global temperature..

Should we not take serious note of these horrid yet vicious scenarios now?

Action, action, action.., lest everything becomes too late..

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Posted in: Myanmar authorities open new corruption cases against Suu Kyi See in context

Myanmar military junta never wants to leave Suu Kyi alone, relentlessly pressing her to toe the junta's line, even when the restless nation is close to a civil war and people are in dire sufferance..

Utterly unthinkable..

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Posted in: What's in a name? An angry spat between Harry, Meghan and the BBC See in context

Have there not been enough of the accumulative scandals among the British royal family members?

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Posted in: Slap to Macron puts focus on ultra-right groups See in context

Ultra-rightist or not, Macron slapped in the face while greeting crowd is rather embarrassing.

Remember a shoe was thrown at Bush Jr. during a press briefing in Mideast years ago?

These are small prices politicians pay to become nations' leaders..

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Posted in: France's Macron slapped in the face while greeting crowd See in context

Macron slapped in the face while greeting crowd, rather embarrassing..

Remember a shoe was thrown at Bush Jr. during a press briefing in Mideast years ago?

These are small prices politicians pay to become nations' leaders..

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Posted in: Musk, Bezos, other billionaires avoid U.S. income taxes: report See in context

It is an open secret.

The very rich have been evading taxes via various legal loop holes, thanks to their smart legal and expert economic advisors.

These multi-billionaires continue amassing more wealth by the day..

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Posted in: Mount Recyclemore See in context

What a cynical yet satirical piece of artwork.

'The E7, which has been created out of e-waste, in the likeness of the G7 leaders and in the style of Mount Rushmore'. How true, how interesting..

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Posted in: Tourist-hungry Thailand launches virus vaccination push See in context

Doubtlessly, Bangkok craves the return of tourists, the main source of nation's revenue

But do not rush. Be cautious and steady..

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Posted in: Full volume: White House briefing room back to crammed again See in context

White House briefing room crammed again? Never mind.

Who knows the room has not been a powerful yet questionable source of misinformation?

The virus spread is taking a short rest, who knows when it will be revived again in different variant form?

Just look at what has been happening in UK in the past 15 months..

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Posted in: Communication the game changer for Tokyo Olympics: ex-IOC marketing chief See in context

The strict controls by IOC and Tokyo organizers should allay people's fears about a new virus wave, says IOC's ex-marketing head.

Is that so. How much science could a marketer know about the nature of virus to make such superfluous claim about a new wave?

Is there a hidden misleading taint?..

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Posted in: Israel domestic security warns of violence as Netanyahu faces unseating See in context

Domestic violence? Could be.

Perhaps through internal conflict would Israel learn how not to start an external violent act..

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Posted in: Police, families plead for info in Miami mass shooting See in context

When it gets warmer and becomes real hot in mid-summer, such detestable crime could grow proportionately..

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Posted in: World food prices jump to highest level in decade: FAO See in context

This is real bad if not discomfiting and worrying news.

Unacceptable albeit seemingly unavoidable under current circumstances..

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Posted in: From suicide to 'eco-anxiety,' climate change spurs mental health crisis See in context

Verily so.

It is an unavoidable impact of the adverse climate change on human psychology. Most unfortunately, this has been further compounded by the deep anxiety over the unrelenting spread of the virus.

Worse has yet to come. Be prepared to face any worrisome consequences..

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Posted in: Please take Tokyo Olympics condoms back to your home country and use them there, organizers say See in context

Condoms distributed free in Olympics ? !

It only just dawns on one that sexual encounters and activities must have been part and parcel of sports event in Olympic Games too.

How insidious..

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Posted in: Trudeau pledges 'concrete action' after mass indigenous student grave found See in context

What concrete action to be taken? All big bluff.

He must have known it all along, only pretending to be upset (not even remorseful) now. Why trust politicians, they can be Oscar main actor and supporting actor winners anytime.

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Posted in: In Mexico, cartels are hunting down police at their homes See in context

Mexico is a strange country. Instead of law-enforcers/police hunting/chasing the drug cartels, it is the other way round. Cartels are searching police home.

What a lawless and senseless state, where police have become victims of the vicious/notorious/violent drug dealers..

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Posted in: Remains of 215 children found at Indigenous school in Canada See in context

Unbelievable, unthinkable..

How could the once supposedly fair and kind Canadians commit such unspeakable crimes to the natives under the pretext of integrating their children to fit into the white society? Only an apology to cover up everything?

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Posted in: Countries demand answers from WHO on sex abuse claims See in context

Sexual attack, sexual assault, sexual abuse, sexual ..

Incorrigible media (notably the west) all over the world cannot do away with the disgusting words on all occasion, lest their news would not be sensationalized enough to attract readers.

Many people purposely take advantage to smartly manipulate the words to make them celebs overnight.

What a world of overwhelming 'sex'..

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Posted in: NATO chief says Afghan forces can cope alone See in context

NATO chief says Afghan forces can cope alone. Is that the case?

No, not in real life.

For the past 18 years, after the Taliban left Kabul, the Afghan government almost rely entirely on the US and allies to keep the nation in place.

The Afghan army has not been equipped and trained properly or earnestly. The troops are not in combat mode, incapable to fight any opposition..

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Posted in: Brazil CCOVID death toll surpasses 450,000 See in context

Officially, Covid deaths to date in top countries like US, Brazil, India and Mexico have crossed the threshold of 610,000 , 450,000 , 320,000 and 220,000 respectively.

Unofficially, the number could be very much higher in all these badly affected countries.

Yet there does not seem to be any sign of virus abating. Is that not worrisome?..

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