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  • South Korea's Loudspeaker Attack Has North Korea on Edge The South Korean military significantly increased the operating hours of the loudspeakers to exert intense pressure on North Korea.
  • Kim Jong Un Meets Russian Deputy Defense Minister to Boost Military Ties North Korean leader Kim Jong Un mentioned military cooperation with Russia during his meeting with the Russian deputy Defense Minister.
  • China Faces 'Death Peak': 19 Million Annual Deaths by 2061 A study has found that China will face an unprecedented population decline, with 19 million deaths annually by 2061.
  • China Could Invade Taiwan in Days, Japanese Report Warns Chinese military could land ground troops in Taiwan within a week based on the analysis of the Japanese government.
  • North Korean Mines Disguised as Leaves Could be Heading to South Korea North Korea has been laying mines, and there are concerns that recent heavy rains could sweep these mines into South Korean territory.
  • Trump's Re-election: A Game Changer for South Korea's Military Tech? The South Korean defense industry is closely monitoring the potential impact of the shooting incident targeting Donald Trump.
  • Kim Jong Un Reveals Grand Aquaculture Plans to Boost Local Economies On the 16th that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and key party officials had visited the Pungo district in Sinpo City the previous day.
  • Trump Attack Sparks Global Outrage, North Korea's Silence Noted Leaders across the world have unanimously condemned the recent attempted assassination of Trump as "political terrorism."
  • China Turns Trump's Terror into T-Shirts: Speed of Scandal Merchandising A recent assassination attempt on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has caught massive attention in China.
  • Singapore Officially Adds 16 Insects Safe For Consumption The Singaporean government approved 16 types of insects, including locusts and mealworms, as food for human consumption.
  • North Korea's Farms Overflow with Record Wheat and Barley Harvests According to local media reports, the use of wheat in cooking is on the rise in North Korea due to increased wheat cultivation this year.
  • North Korea's Secret Border Scheme Revealed - Railway Tracks Disappearing South Korean military authorities spotted that North Korea has been working to remove railway sleepers and rails on the Gyeongui Line.
  • Chinese Game Company Locked Employee in a Dark Room to Make Him Quit A Chinese company was ordered to pay compensation for forcing an employee to resign by leaving them in a dark room for three days.
  • China's Show of Force: 66 Military Aircraft Spotted Near Taiwan Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense detected 66 Chinese military aircraft and 7 naval vessels in the Taiwan Strait.
  • Philippines Plans Defense Budget Boost to Overcome Chinese Pressure The Philippines is reportedly considering increasing its defense budget to exceed 1% of its Gross Domestic Product.
  • North Korean Official Flees with $30M in Kim's Slush Funds It has been reported that a high-ranking North Korean military official has absconded with over $30M of Kim Jong Un's slush funds.
  • First Time Flier Aboard Air China Accidentally Mistook Emergency Exit As Restroom A woman who had never flown on an airplane opened the flight’s emergency exit after mistaking it for a restroom, canceling the entire flight. According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP), a passenger opened the emergency exit door right before takeoff at Zhejiang’s Quzhou airport. The plane was scheduled to fly from Quzhou to […]
  • Japan Faces Outcry Over Fukushima Radioactive Water Dump North Korea harshly criticized Japan, which proceeded with the 7th release of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear plant.
  • Kim Jong Un's Lavish Yacht Spotted Near Secret Villa: What's Inside? Kim Jong Un's ultra-luxurious yacht was seen operating near his exclusive villa in Wonsan, Gangwon Province.
  • Military Alliance in the Pacific: Japan, Philippines Sign Landmark Agreement to Counter China Japan and the Philippines have signed the RAA to facilitate mutual troop deployment and contain China in the South China Sea.
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