By Fred Reed
TSA I bet this won’t surprise you.
The United States is the most hated country in the world,followed closely by Israel,and then by nobody. Wny? Why not Ecuador? China? Russia? East Timor? The hostility puzzles many Americans,who genuinely believe their country to be a force for good,a pillar of democracy, . . . →Read More:Billy Bob’s got to move out
Consumed with weapon purchases,maritime capabilities and external threats from China and Pakistan,India has it seems neglected to peek at the state of affairs within its own boundaries. In the past few months,multiple incidents infringing the right of freedom of speech have occurred which has prompted writer Salman Rushdie to smear India with . . . →Read More:Who will provide affirmative action in India?
A member from a Pakistani hacking group has breached and defaced more than 400 government sites in Xuchang City,China.
According to a report Thursday on IT security news site Hack Read,the hacker who goes by the name “Code Cracker”and is part of hacking group Pakistan Cyber Army,posted his groups’signature defacement image . . . →Read More:Paki hacker hits over 400 Chinese websites
This is a real Panda! China has this “Panda Diplomacy”and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For safety reason,he sits as a passenger with his feeder,not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt,wearing a diaper,eating bamboos.
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A couple was detained for taking Kinder Surprise eggs into the U.S. Here are 10 other strange contraband items around the world
A couple has been detained crossing into the United States from Canada after trying to enter with … candies of non-nutritive quality.
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By Sebastian Abbot
When the Taliban blew the face off a towering,1,500-year-old rock carving of Buddha in northwest Pakistan almost five years ago,it fell to an intrepid Italian archaeologist to come to the rescue.
Thanks to the efforts of Luca Olivieri and his partners,the 6-meter (nearly 20-foot)-tall image near the town of . . . →Read More:Face of Second Largest Hand Carved Buddha Statue to be reconstructed
Malaysia beat three-time champions Pakistan in the final to clinch their first junior Asia Cup title in 20 years in Malacca,Malaysia.
Faisal Saari and Mohd Sayyim Yusof scored for Malaysia while the Greenshirts pulled one back through Mohammad Irfan.
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An 18-year-old Tibetan nun has set herself on fire in western China in the latest such protest against Beijing’s handling of the vast ethnic Tibetan regions it rules,an overseas activist group said.
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The Iranian film “A Separation”has won the best foreign language film award at the Golden Globe prizes in Los Angeles.
The Golden Globes are ranked second in prestige after the Oscars in the annual Hollywood film awards.
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