China eases economic pressure on North Korea

WASHINGTON — China has steadily loosened restrictions on trade with North Korea in recent months, undercutting President Donald Trump’s effort to exert economic pressure on Kim Jong Un’s regime, former U.S. officials and independent experts told NBC News. From coal shipments to revived construction projects to planes ferrying Chinese tourists to Pyongyang, China has reopened the door to both legal and illegal trade with the North, throwing the North Korean government a vital lifeline while derailing U.S. diplomacy. North Korea depends almost entirely on its larger neighbor to keep its economy afloat. The increase…

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World’s largest and qualified paramilitary force

Bangladesh Ansar  is world’s largest Paramilitary force The Bangladesh Ansar (also known as the Ansar Bahini) is a paramilitary auxiliary force responsible for the preservation of internal security and law enforcement in Bangladesh. It is administered by the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of Bangladesh.   Bangladesh Ansar বাংলাদেশ আনসার                                                                                                                                                Active 1948–present…

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Terrorist attacks by Muslims get way more attention than others

Research by the University of Alabama shows attacks by Muslims receive an average of 105 headlines, others just 15   Terrorist attacks committed by Muslim extremists receive 357% more US press coverage than those committed by non-Muslims, according to new research from the University of Alabama. The researchers controlled for factors like target type, number of fatalities, and whether or not the perpetrators were arrested before reaching their final statistic. Terrorist attacks committed by non-Muslims (or where the religion was unknown) received an average of 15 headlines, while those committed…

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Russian planes bomb targets in Idlib province of Syria

Russian planes have reportedly bombed rebel-held targets in the Syrian province of Idlib, as government troops mass before an expected offensive. If confirmed, they would be the first such air strikes there in three weeks. Earlier, US President Donald Trump warned Syria’s Bashar al-Assad against launching a “reckless attack” on Idlib. But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov rejected the warning and said the Syrian army was “getting ready” to clear a “cradle of terrorism” there. Mr Peskov said the al Qaeda-linked jihadists dominating in the north-western province of Idlib were threatening…

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Jordan Henderson signed long term Liverpool Contract

ordan Henderson has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool. The England international has been at Anfield for seven years after joining from Sunderland in 2011, and he became Liverpool’s captain in 2015 following Steven Gerrard’s departure to LA Galaxy. Henderson told Liverpool’s official website: “I’m very happy to have signed a new contract for a long period of time. I’m absolutely delighted. “It doesn’t seem like too long ago when I signed my first one – it feels like yesterday, really – but a lot has happened since then.…

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Russia is making drama series on Vladimir Putin’s activities

 An excerpt from Russia’s new TV show on the weekly activities of Vladimir Putin – video ” The Guardian” Vladimir Putin’s “wonderful” physique and his love for children have been hailed in the first episode of a new television programme devoted to the Russian president’s weekly activities. Moscow. Kremlin. Putin, which aired at prime time on Sunday evening on the Rossiya 1 state television channel, also joked that even wild animals were afraid of the Kremlin strongman. The hour-long show aired hours after thousands of people had marched near Red…

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Bangladesh may extend cooperation to improve Conditions of Pakistan

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said Dhaka could extend its cooperation to Pakistan’s new government under Premier Imran Khan’s leadership for their mutual welfare. “Imran Khan came to power after making massive struggle. We will extend cooperation to him if he seeks it from us, she said. Hasina added, “We will do it considering the welfare of the people of Pakistan, not the conspirators (there). . . We’ve no objection to share experiences with them for the welfare of the common people”. She said Khan “hit many sixes”…

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How failure was Indian army on the battles

Description of INDO-PAKISTANI war of 1947-1948 :  Description : Sometime in August 1947, the first signs of trouble broke out in Poonch, about which diverging views have been received. Poonch was originally an internal jagir (autonomous principality), governed by an alternative family line of Maharaja Hari Singh. The taxation is said to have been heavy. The Muslims of Poonch had long campaigned for the principality to be absorbed into the Punjab province of British India. In 1938, a notable disturbance occurred for religious reasons, but a settlement was reached. During the Second World War, over…

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Facts that you may not know about Ancient Roman Empire

1.People Who Are In Debt Can Be Controlled After Rome was sacked by the Gauls, the republic had to funnel a fortune into defense. Taxes went up, the poor went bankrupt, and the people of Rome were soon overwhelmed with so much debt that they couldn’t see any way out of it.It’s something that ought to sound familiar to a lot of us. For example, the average American leaves college with more than $37,000 in debt from student loans alone, and that’s not even the worse case. In Australia, Switzerland,…

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Things that you may not know about 2000s movies

1.Twilight Love it or despise it, Twilight became a worldwide phenomenon in 2008 after its theatrical release. It grossed more than $393 million and became the most purchased DVD the following year. Fans almost didn’t have a Team Edward to be on considering that more than 3,000 actors auditioned for the role. Stephenie Meyer preferred Henry Cavill, but his age was a problem.After Robert Pattinson’s audition at director Catherine Hardwicke’s home, it was clear that he was the right one to play the melancholy vampire.[9] He was then requested to…

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