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Pyongyang improving nuclear weapons in ‘quality and quantity’

The photo shows North Korean soldiers taking part in a mass military parade, April 15, 2012. (AP Photo)

North Korea says its major nuclear facility is in full operation and that Pyongyang is working to improve its nuclear weapons “in quality and quantity.”

“All the nuclear facilities in Yongbyon [Nuclear Scientific Research Center], including the uranium enrichment plant and five-megawatt reactor were rearranged, changed or readjusted and they started normal operation,” the director of the North’s Atomic Energy Institute told the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Tuesday.


The Article from Antony Catalucci :America's Turkish-Uyghur Terror Inc.

US-NATO created and to this day backed "Grey Wolves" outside Thailand's consulate in July in the middle of destroying it. US-funded World Uyghur Congress also led protests that same day.

The Article from facebook Anthony Cartalucci, The writer....

America's Turkish-Uyghur Terror Inc. - From Thailand to Russia and all In Between

As the investigation into the August bombing continues, it is clear that Turkish-Uyghur terrorists were involved.

The genesis of this terror axis was explained here:…/breaking-janes-analyst-…


Russia seen as expanding support for Syria's Assad

Putin supports the government of Assad in Syria, while the US says his presence makes the situation worse [AP]

Pentagon says tanks sent to airfield near Latakia, the base at the centre of apparent Russian military build-up.

Russia has positioned about a half dozen tanks at an airfield at the centre of a military build-up in Syria, according to two US officials.

The officials said on Monday in Washington DC that the intentions of Russia's latest deployment of heavy military equipment to President Bashar al-Assad's army were unclear.


Australia to swear in new prime minister after coup

© AFP | Newly elected Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (L) speaks at a press conference with deputy leader Julie Bishop (R) after ousting Tony Abbott in a leadership ballot in Canberra on September 14, 2015.

Malcolm Turnbull was to be sworn in as prime minister of Australia on Tuesday just hours after masterminding a coup against conservative leader Tony Abbott and pledging a new economic vision.

Turnbull will be the country’s 29th prime minister—and the fourth in five years as Australian political parties maintain a brutal tradition of swiftly removing failing leaders.


Putin pledges to continue Russian military assistance for Syrian regime

© Sergei Karpukhin, AFP file picture | Russia's President Vladimir Putin (right) and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad shake hands during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, on December 19, 2006

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday pledged to continue military support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad after Washington sounded the alarm over an alleged military build-up by Moscow in the war-torn country.


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