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U.S. WW2 veteran returns flag to family of fallen Japanese sol...

When U.S. Marine Marvin Strombo found a Japanese flag on the body of an enemy soldier during World War Two, he took and promised to one day return it to the family of his fallen foe. That vow was fulfilled on Tuesday, exactly 72 years after Japan's surrender, ... Reuters, 1 day ago

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Two World War II-era aircraft missing for 70 years found

Scientists have located two B-25 bombers - one of the most iconic airplanes of the Second World War - that went missing over 70 years ago in the waters off Papua New Guinea. During World War II, nearly 10,000 B-25 bombers were deployed to conduct a variety of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

North Korea standoff: Is war an option?

'The world may be desirous of peace, but not Kim Jong-un.''Should we then accept the old adage that to maintain peace, we should be prepared for war?' asks Rajaram Panda. Part I: North Korea standoff: What are the world's options? IMAGE: The US army and South Korean military responded to North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile test/strong>with a combined ballistic missile exercise.Photograph: South Korean Defence Ministry   The last possible option in dealing with North ...
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Japan doctor who practiced until months before his death dies at 105

TOKYO - A centenarian Japanese doctor who saw patients until just months before his death and helped set up the medical systems that have made Japan one of the world's longest-lived nations died on Tuesday at the age of 105. Born in 1911, a year before the ...
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Japanese central banker praises Hitler's economic policies

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Bank of Japan policymaker praised Adolf Hitler's economic policies on Thursday, but said they enabled the Nazi dictator to do "horrible" things to the world. Yutaka Harada, a member of the board of Japan's central bank, said Western ...
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Dark clouds over HK

On July 1, it was 20 years since the former British colony of Hong Kong returned to China. The celebrations of this historical event were presided over by Chinese president Xi Jinping. While security forces made sure that the Chinese guests did not encounter ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Special report: Inside Philip Morris' campaign to subvert the global anti-smoking treaty

By Aditya Kalra, Paritosh Bansal, Duff Wilson and Tom Lasseter NEW DELHI/LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - A group of cigarette company executives stood in the lobby of a drab convention center near New Delhi last November. They were waiting for credentials ...
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Trump stumps South Korean markets more than any missile tests

By Dahee Kim and Cynthia Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - For years, investors in South Korea have become accustomed to belligerence and regular missile tests from the country's hostile northern neighbour, but now there's a new factor in their regional risk assessments ...
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