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Global News from North Korea, Austria & Japan

North Korea warns of nuclear strikes for 3rd time in a month Seoul : North Korea threatened that if war games between US and South Korea puts it sovereignty in danger, then both the countries will be turned into a heap of ashes through a nuclear attack by North Korea. This is the third time in a month North Korea has warned of a nuclear strike. Still the military exercise

News about Pakistan's atrocities in Balochistan, its incitement for J&K riots and its fears in Afghanistan

Baloch activists protest outside Chinese Embassy in London Baloch residents from Leipzig, Germany had earlier drawn attention of the international fraternity towards the atrocities of Pakistan in Balochistan by the means of several protests. Barely a few hours after this, Baloch activists in London carried out similar protests in front of the Chinese embassy there. Several protesters even demanded separation of ‘Sindu Desh’ from Pakistan. Baloch leaders raised slogans against

News from USA on Karachi riots, Arms race with China & Donald Trump

All illegal immigrants coming to the US would be tracked: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump Washington: All the immigrants and refugees currently residing in the USA will be tracked and those with criminal background will be immediately deported, said the US Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. He reiterated the stance to build a ‘Wall’ at the US- Mexican border. Donald Trump, the Republican Party candidate for the US Presidential elections has

The Golden Train’s Tunnel - PART 5

In the year 2013, media was abuzz with discussions about this train. Finally, Pope Francis instructed to investigate whether there was any relation between the Nazi’s gold and the Vatican City. Therefore, once the golden train is found, a huge chaos is expected as to who is the true heir to this gold. It goes without saying that a small country like Poland cannot manage this much amount of gold. The Russians are already

Amber Room

A rule was laid down by the Poland government which stated that the digging shouldn’t be more than 10 metres deep. Instead of digging this deep, it was recommended by the government to use the Radar technology to collect the information underneath the ground. This is why, the pair, Richter-Koper stated that it wasn’t possible to reach out to the train in the tunnel without digging deep inside the ground.

golden train

Later, Slowikowski’s dog was poisoned to death. His front door was broken. He faced attacks which seemed like those portrayed in Hollywood movies. These attacks still continue to happen. Even today, some people feel that Slowikowski shouldn’t search for the train or the tunnel. But even after so many years, no one knows who these people are. It isn’t only Slowikowski who receives such threats. There were many people who

The Golden Train’s Tunnel - PART 2

The Nazi soldiers were all set in a tunnel on the rail track in a forest in Walbrzych. Arrangements were done to accommodate the entire train in the tunnel. Hence, nobody would have had the faintest idea where the train actually was hidden. But, a family that lived at a stone’s throw from this spot witnessed the preparations. This family consisted of a father and his two children. Their home

Golden Train

There were still a few days remaining for the World War 2 to end. A train ran through the darkness of the night towards the city of Walbrzych in Poland. The train, unstoppable, ran ahead by leaving a trail of thick plume of smoke behind it. It did not halt at any station as it was expected to stop only at Walbrzych. The Nazi soldiers were ready to shoot those who

Chilcot

One of the few points of satisfaction for Tony Blair in the Chilcot Report was that it lays the blame on UK intelligence agency – MI6, for keeping secrets concealed from Blair. The MI6 spies had realised that one of its key sources was a fabricated even before the invasion. However there are evidences that senior members of the staff of Tony Blair had then warned about the intelligence report

Chilcot Report: Iraq Invasion was ‘unnecessary’! - Part 1

The much talked about ‘Chilcot Report’ published by Sir John Chilcot on 6th July 2016 found that invading Iraq was ‘unnecessary’ and was based on ‘flawed intelligence’ decided hastily before all the peaceful options were exhausted. Chilcot report is essentially a report of British public enquiry into their nation’s role in the invasion of Iraq. The enquiry was ordered in 2009 by the then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The