China and ASEAN agree on draft code of conduct for South China Sea

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China and ASEAN agree on draft code of conduct for South China Sea

By Kristin Huang A first draft of a Sino-ASEAN code of conduct for the disputed South China Sea has been completed, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday. Talks between Beijing and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) were needed to decide on the final version, which was […]

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Copenhagen police increase security after Berlin attack

December 27, 2016 8:28 am0 comments
Copenhagen police increase security after Berlin attack

Police in the Danish capital will be out in larger numbers after as a result of the attack on the Christmas market in Berlin. Copenhagen Police announced on Tuesday that police presence would be beefed up at local Christmas markets and the popular shopping street Strøget following Monday night’s deadly […]

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Cyber-attacks, lone wolves and Russia among biggest threats

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Cyber-attacks, lone wolf terrorists and Russian aggression are among the biggest threats to Denmark, according to the Danish Defence Intelligence Service’s new long-term risk assessment. The Danish Defence Intelligence Service (Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste – DDIS) released its national risk assessment report on Tuesday, warning that Denmark is still considered a top […]

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Danish woman who fought against ISIS faces jail sentence

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Danish woman who fought against ISIS faces jail sentence

A Danish woman who fought for the Kurds in Iraq and Syria against Islamic State has been taken into custody in Copenhagen, prompting accusations of hypocrisy over her treatment compared with returning Isis fighters. Joanna Palani, 23, who fought with both the Kurdish peshmerga in Iraq and the YPG militia in Syria, faces […]

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President Xi Rallies Military to be Combat-Ready amid South China Sea Dispute

August 1, 2016 10:43 am0 comments
President Xi Rallies Military to be Combat-Ready amid South China Sea Dispute

President Xi Rallies Military to be Combat-Ready amid South China Sea Dispute By Desiree Sison Chinese President Xi Jinping rallied the 2.3 million-strong People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on Saturday to train hard to be capable of winning wars as Beijing focuses on upgrading and expanding its military’s weaponry. Xi’s statement […]

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Korea, U.S. Pick Southern Country of Seongju for Deploying THAAD

July 14, 2016 11:01 am0 comments
Korea, U.S. Pick Southern Country of Seongju for Deploying THAAD

South Korea and the United States picked the mountainous southern town of Seongju as the location for deploying a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system on Wednesday as the allies are speeding up efforts to place the anti-ballistic missile shield to counter North Korea’s worsening nuclear and missile threats. “South […]

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