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North Korea to Nuke Texas, Hawaii, Los Angeles, and Washington DC

July 15th, 2014

North Korea plan to attack US mainland revealed in photographs North Korea has revealed its plans to strike targets in Hawaii and the continental United Stat…
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US signed FTAs with Colombia, Panama and South Korea

October 10th, 2013

US President Barack Obama enacted this Friday three free trade agreements (FTAs) with Colombia, Panama and South Korea, this agreements are aimed to accelera…
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Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Korea, QRP India on tropical bands from Europe

April 2nd, 2013

Tropical bands reception on Degen 1103, whip antenna, near Voronezh city 00:00 – 3925 kHz, 13:30 UTC – Nikkei, Chiba-Nagara, Japan. 00:30 – 3325 kHz, 13:31 U…

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North Korea Opens Mobile Internet to Foreigners

February 27th, 2013

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North Korea Opens Mobile Internet to Foreigners
The government maintains an iron grip on information in North Korea, where citizens are punished for accessing foreign radio and other media, or using smuggled cell phones that operate on Chinese networks across the border. Subscribers to Koryolink …
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AIS to Provide Services for Innovative Internet Radio Venture
The business said it will provide infrastructure for, an Internet radio venture from San Diego serial entrepreneur Michael Robertson. AIS will serve the business from its data center on Lightwave Avenue in the Kearny Mesa area of San Diego. DAR …
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Is This The End Of Online Radio Streaming?
Online streaming of radio broadcasts may be a thing of the past after the Full Federal Court this week handed down a ruling that will result in radio stations paying higher royalties to the recording industry. What happens next? Radio picture from …
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Obama Praises U.S. Troops’ Legacy in South Korea

June 30th, 2012

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Obama Praises U.S. Troops’ Legacy in South Korea

Obama Praises U.S. Troops’ Legacy in South Korea

By Army Sgt. 1st Class Tyrone C. Marshall Jr.
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, March 25, 2012 – Visiting with U.S. troops stationed in South Korea near the demilitarized zone, President Barack Obama lauded their historic security role that assisted South Korea as it transformed itself into a democratic and prosperous nation in the years following the Korean War.

President Barack Obama is briefed by Army Lt. Col. Ed Taylor as he views the demilitarized zone from Observation Post Ouellette at Camp Bonifas, South Korea, March 25, 2012. Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy
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“When you think about the transformation that has taken place in South Korea during my lifetime, it is directly attributable to this long line of soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines [and] coast guardsmen who were willing to create the space and the opportunity for freedom and prosperity,” said Obama, who’s in South Korea to attend a Nuclear Security Summit in the capital city of Seoul.
At Camp Bonifas, located near the demilitarized zone that has divided North and South Korea since the Korean War armistice was signed in 1953, Obama told the troops they’re serving on “freedom’s frontier.” About 28,000 U.S. troops are stationed in South Korea today.
“And the contrast between South Korea and North Korea could not be clearer, could not be starker, both in terms of freedom, but also in terms of prosperity,” Obama said.
The president attributed South Korea’s success to the “incredible” resilience, talents and hard work of their people.
“But it also has to do with you guys,” Obama told troops. “And so my main message is the same, obviously, to every base that I go to … all around the world, which is, I could not be prouder of what you’re doing. Everybody back home could not be prouder of what you guys do each and every day — the dedication, the professionalism that you show.
“But there’s something about this spot in particular,” he continued, “where there’s such a clear line and there’s such an obvious impact that you have for the good each and every day that should make all of you proud.”
The president shared an anecdote of a conversation he’d had with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak.
“Last time I was here, I was having lunch with the president of South Korea, President Lee,” Obama said. “And he talked about how he was a small child when the Korean War was taking place, and its aftermath, and the brutal poverty, the fact that they had nothing.
“And he went on to be an auto executive, and ultimately, the president of his country, and watch it grow,” Obama continued. “And he specifically said to me — and this was a private moment; he didn’t say this in front of the press, … he said, ‘The only reason that was able to happen — and I still think back to all those American soldiers and the sacrifices that they made.’”
Obama expressed his pride in the job U.S. troops have done in South Korea and said he is grateful for the legacy they are carrying on.
“We’re proud of you,” Obama told the U.S. service members, “and I hope that all your family back home knows how proud your commander-in-chief is of you.”

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Barack Obama warns North Korea over rocket launch – US World Police. NWO, Agenda?

April 7th, 2012

Barack Obama warns North Korea over rocket launch – US World Police. NWO, Agenda? North Korean military specialists have delivered parts of a ballistic missile to the country’s northwestern launch pad, South Korean military informed. The launch is at the center of international concern as it is believed to have a military motive. Pyongyang is preparing to mark the centennial of North Korea founder, “farther of nation” Kim Il-sun in April with Kwangmyongsong-3 satellite space launch. The country is firmly intended to conduct a launch around April 15 according to North Korea’s Foreign Ministry. North Korea insists that the launch is purely civilian and that it has a sovereign right to pursue space exploration. Washington believes North Korea’s rocket launches are a cover to test a nuclear warhead delivery vehicle. If the test is successful, Pyongyang’s long-range rocket will be capable of targeting Alaska and beyond. North Korea’s upcoming rocket launch is going to be aimed south into a triangle area “roughly between Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines”, a senior US official has warned. The Sydney Morning Herald reported on Saturday that Kurt Campbell, the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, shared this information with Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on North Korean leaders to abstain from carrying out the launch. He recalled UN Resolution 1874, which prohibits North Korea from developing and

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North Korea Not Exactly Friendly to Chinese Investment

February 10th, 2011

North Korea Not Exactly Friendly to Chinese Investment
Small-scale Chinese entrepreneurs from northeast are investing in North Korea, waiting for a promised day of ‘reform and opening up.’
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Owl swimmers close out regular season with win
Senior members of the Seymour Owls swim team said is was hard to believe their careers in the Seymour Aquatic Center came to a close on Monday night. The Owls defeated Providence 138-11 on Senior Night. Providence only had three swimmers, and they…
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Prep scoreboard for Wednesday’s games
High school scoreboard for Wednesday’s games, Thursday’s schudule of events
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