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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed the so called architect of 9/11 are still in Guantánamo Bay and still not fo ...

No, it's even 10 times worse:

Rohingya crisis: Civilians 'maimed by landmines'

    On Sunday the human rights group Amnesty International accused the authorities of laying landmines at border crossings used by fleeing Rohingya.

Bangladeshi government sources made the same allegation speaking to Reuters news agency last week.

Perhaps the Norwegian Nobel Prize is a proper disaster

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a Norwegian-American Wall Street businessman is doing good business...selling luxury water harvested from icebergs off the coast of Svalbard, for £80...

While Harrods is selling 'luxury water' from icebergs for $138 a bottle...

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tenith Post time: 2017-9-12 08:12
Keep the arms trade in check, including US military then the world will become safer.




... but don't oppose Russian sales of heavy-duty weapons to Turkey or China's soaring sales of military hardware to Bangladesh and Pakistan. China now is the third biggest weapons exporter.

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16 years after 9/11, is the world any safer?

As long as there is a USA the world will never be safe ...



The Bhutanese think as long as there is a CHINA their very own future and sovereign rights to their country are in jeopardy...

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The Bhutanese think as long as there is a CHINA their very own future and sovereign rights to th ...

India says it is acting on Bhutan’s behalf in the standoff. But its intervention has not resulted in much gratitude here. On the contrary, many in Bhutan feel that India’s protective embrace has become suffocating.

Many interviewed in Bhutan expressed more concern about India’s actions than China’s. Some note that one effect of India’s move — intended or not — has been to undermine border negotiations with China that could have cleared the way for closer economic ties.
When India ordered its troops across the border on June 16, it did so without a request from Bhutan.
The latest standoff has inflamed festering resentments over India’s influence in the country. In particular, many suspect that India has sought to block Bhutan’s efforts to establish diplomatic relations and expand trade with Beijing, fearing that a rapprochement could remove the strategic buffer that Bhutan provides.

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