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The Middle East or Mideast is a region that encompasses Western Asia and Northern Africa. South Korea , officially the Republic of Korea (Daehan Minguk ), is a sovereign state in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. 5.0/5

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Look to the US's role in South Korea for the model of how best to support democracy in the Middle East says . https:…
US military in Japan stay here in case of the Middle East crisis, so Israel should pay some. South Korea should pay 100%.
Shoutout to the Middle East, China, South Korea, Vietnam, India and the Pacific Islands
S. Korea faces export slump after MERS shock: KDI: South Korea is emerging from the fallout of the Middle East...
The outbreak in South Korea of the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, is the largest outside of Saudi Arabia, and very
MERS outbreak in South Korea 'should be a wake-up call' on virus's move beyond Middle East-- …
South Korea confirms three cases of a respiratory virus that has killed hundreds of people in the Middle East
The FBI has sent a confidential "flash" alert to numerous U.S. businesses, warning them that hackers have recently launched a destructive "wiper" malware attack. While the alert doesn't name the victim, numerous information security experts say the malware appears to correspond with the malicious code used in the recent hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. The FBI alert marks the first time that dangerous wiper malware has been used in an attack against a business in the United States, security experts say. Previous such attacks were seen in the Middle East in 2012 and in South Korea in 2013. Wiper malware is one of the rarest types of malware and "highly destructive," security firm Kaspersky Lab says, owing to it having the ability to wipe hard drives and even BIOS flash memory. Infections with the malware can lead to costly and lengthy repairs and data stored on devices often being impossible to restore, unless it's been backed up offsite. The five-page FBI memo was sent directly to informat ...
Why Obama Hates Netanyahu. - Daniel Greenfield, FrontPageMag.com, 30/10/14. Obama’s foreign policy was supposed to re-boot America’s relationship with the rest of the world. Old allies would become people we occasionally talked to. Old enemies would become new allies. Goodbye Queen, hello Vladimir. Trade the Anglosphere for Latin America’s Marxist dictatorships. Replace allied governments in the Middle East with Islamists and call it a day for the Caliphate. Very little of that went according to plan. Obama is still stuck with Europe. The Middle East and Latin American leftists still hate America. The Arab Spring imploded. Japan, South Korea and India have conservative governments. And then there’s Israel. The original plan was to sideline Israel by focusing on the Muslim world. Instead of directly hammering Israel, the administration would transform the region around it. The American-Israeli relationship would implode not through conflict, but because the Muslim Brotherhood countries would take i ...
Well, who'd a thunk it? Israel is bringing all of this upon itself. If only Israel didn't exist, and those &%Jews had stayed in their place, Why, don't you know, the entire Middle East would now be like the Asian Tigers; free, prosperous, democratic, and affluent. Were it not for the Jews and their filthy Nazi apartheid state, Ross Perot would have heard a great sucking sound coming out of Syria, Iran, Libya, Egypt, Jordon, and Saudi Arabia as much as out of Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea. If it weren't for those Jews. If only we could do something about those Jews. If only... Now, I do suppose, we're going to have to watch as the illimitable gulf known as the Middle East "peace process" begins yet again and the next intifada hatches in the Palestinian Territories, the Middle East teeters on the brink of near complete domination by the forces of Islamiofascism, while our own government and its president - Muslim Brotherhood advisers by his side (Hiss had no idea how good he real ...
The wisdom of Robin Williams. YOU HAD TO LOVE HIM. HE MADE THIS SPEECH IN New York.. LEASE READ! The Plan! Robin Williams, wearing a shirt that says 'I love New York' in Arabic. You gotta love Robin Williams.Even if he was nuts! Leave it to Robin Williams to come up with the perfect plan. What we need now is for our UN Ambassador to stand up and repeat this message. Robin Williams' plan...(Hard to argue with this logic!) 'I see a lot of people yelling for peace but I have not heard of a plan for peace. So, here's one plan.' 1) 'The US, UK, CANADA and AUSTRALIA will apologize to the world for our 'interference' in their affairs, past & present. You know, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Tojo, Noriega, Milosevic, Hussein, and the rest of those 'good 'ole' boys', we will never 'interfere' again. 2) We will withdraw our troops from all over the world, starting with Germany, South Korea, the Middle East, and the Philippines. They don't want us there. We would station troops at our borders. No one allowed sneaking th ...
The world’s going crazy!  Have you noticed?  In all my life I have never seen the world in this kind of mess: from war in Ukraine to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa (scientists are warning that the Ebola virus is likely to reach Europe and Britain in the next three weeks).  Cold War tensions are rising between Russia and the West; there’s Civil War in Syria; simmering tensions continue between Palestine and Israel, Pakistan and India, North and South Korea and China & Japan; and, probably the most concerning of all, is the rise of Islamic State. Just this morning I received this message from a friend who pastors a church in Turkey: “Anti-ISIS demonstrations and provocations by Kurdish groups all over Turkey turned violent today. The demonstrations were broken up by Turkish police in full riot gear using tear gas, pepper gas, pressurized water canons with acid water, etc. One reported dead and many injured and detained. Already martial law declared in some cities.  One of our evangelism outreac ...
In yiwu lock market, the major products are the lock padlocks, chain lock, ball lock, password lock, cylinder locks, key blanks, all kinds of handles and so on. And now after self-adjustment in the market, we can also find the emergence of a number of related products, such as mobile phones, etc. The lock industry shop in Yiwu market mainly concentrated in International Trade City Ⅱ, stage F area. The product categories are very abundant. At present, the demands of lock products in domestic and international market are also not identical. The high-grade padlock in domestic demands are not large, but in developed countries such as Euro-American region are merchants’ favor, so that the foreign trade will order more. Mid-range lock accessories have a hot sales situation, especially the shake hands handle which is full of Arab feature. The lock, because of its suitable style , moderate price, fast delivery etc, foreign trade volume of it is quite big, mainly exported to Japan, South Korea and other Middle ...
Good Shabbos family members !. In the Pacific and Asia, including those in the countries of New Zealand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea,Taiwan and Thailand! Africa, Europe and the Middle East, including those in the countries of Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, D.R.CONGO,Tanzania , Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates! . The Lord’s trumpet is near The trumpet shall be heard soon All who live shall hear it. Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with fullest confidence, that we may receive mercy for our failures and grace to help in the hour of need
Next up for Netflix: An expansion to South Korea, Italy or the Middle East?.
Delta Air Lines is pleased to share with you the success of UAL FAs negotiating an unprecedented, Industry Leading early retirement program. And, oh yeah, Mitt Romney wins US Presidency and North Korea rejoins the Democratic Republic of South Korea, the Middle East has achieved a long-lasting peace, poverty has been eradicated, the question of climate change has been solved and all energy needs on the planet are filled free through Solar power from the Sun, which no one person owns. Oh happy day!
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We should redeploy our troops out of the Middle East, South Korea, Japan and Europe. The closest thing the United States has to state enemies—North Korea, Iran, and Syria—together spend about $10 billion annually on their militar- ies, less than one-sixtieth of what we do. They are local troublemakers, but all lack military means to strike our shores—a tactic that would only invite their destruction in any case. Russia’s declining democracy is troubling, but no immediate threat to Americans. Should Russia threaten Europe, the Europeans, with a collective economy larger than ours, should defend themselves.
IBF/USBA CONVENTION WINDED UP TODAY AMID GREAT EXPECTATIONS FOR ITS EXPANSION HORIZON AS IT ASSET ITS GLOBAL POSITIONING FOR THE IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE IBF AFRICA & MIDEAST: www.ibfafricamideast.com INTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST & Persian Gulf Think AFRICA! Think IBF! Resorts Casino Hotel, ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY, United States OF AMERICA, MAY 22ND, 2014: The IBF/USBA 31st convention winded up today amid great expectations for its global expansion horizon to the emerging markets of South East Asia, Africa, Middle East, Persian Gulf as well as Latin and South America respectively. The convention ended with the unfinished business on its agenda when members met at the meeting room in Resorts Casino Hotel south wing whereas members discussed about the site for the 2015 convention with South Korea, Canada and Memphis mentioned as possible sites. The meeting also resolved to look at Singapore that has offered to match up the South Korea's offer of financial support while hosting the co ...
World War Three in Brief A Three World War scenario was developed several decades ago (see Conspiratorial History). Two World Wars have already been achieved, and the Third and final World War envisions an attack on Iraq, Iran and/or Syria as being the trigger to set the entire Middle East into fiery conflagration. Once America is firmly entrenched into the Middle East with the majority of her first-line units, North Korea is to attack South Korea. Then, with America's forces stretched well beyond the limit, China is to invade Taiwan. This will usher in the start of World War Three. World War Definition: What constitutes a 'World War'? How many countries need to be involved? And who decides at which point a number of regional skirmishes can be grouped together and called a World War? At the time, who called the official start of World War 1 and World War 2? And have you noticed that although the term 'World War Three' is freely used in the alternative press and on the Internet, all the major news net ...
JAMAL MOHAMED AND “THE BRIDGE” "The Bridge" is comprised of four acclaimed musicians who form a cultural bridge between east and west by fusing American jazz with the music of India and the Middle East. Master improvisers as well as technically accomplished instrumentalists, they bring the best elements of eastern and western music to create an exciting and unique entertainment experience. Their performances are a rich and rewarding cross-cultural event that will long be remembered. Our show at Jazz Café will feature the incredible talents of renowned Middle Eastern Dance Alia Mohamed and Bali’s own enchanting Helga on violin. Jamal Mohamed – Percussion Alia Mohamed – Middle Eastern dance Poovalur Sriji – Classical Indian percussion Jonathan Jones – Didgeridoo and Woodwinds Ade Suparman – Sundanese Kecapi PERFORMERS BIOS Jamal Mohamed has been a featured artist in many international music and dance events. He has presented percussion workshops at venues worldwide, including Berklee Coll . ...
Asia-Pacific regional security shifts Security Regroupings In Asia-Pacific – Analysis May 1, 2014 Rajaram Panda President Barack Obama’s just-concluded swing to four Asian capitals sent a clear message to the world that the US is going to stay in Asia, a reaffirmation of his rebalancing strategy to Asia, much against the widely speculated view that the US would remain bogged down in the Middle East and Afghanistan. While in Japan, Obama openly took the position that the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu islands are Japanese territory and come under Article 5 of the Japan-US Security Treaty, much to the displeasure of the Chinese. South Korea being in sorrow because of the ferry disaster, Obama could not achieve anything significant, except that he warned North Korea that a fourth nuclear test by it is unacceptable and would invite further sanctions. His trip to Malaysia was significant that it came after 1966 when Lyndon Johnson had set foot in this Asian country. His most significant achievement came from the ...
Well it looks like it is finally happening. Do you remember the old movie Planet of the Apes starting Charlton Heston where at the end he is riding a horse on a beach and he sees the head of the Statute of Liberty and he says "they finally did it" The thought is scary.. Isn't it? So is what is happening in the Middle East, Russians marching on the Urkraine and North and South Korea shooting at each other. It seems like signs of the end of times.. Nuclear war on the horizon..God Forbit. Rest assure that the US will get involved in one or another crisis. Why don't everybody just say in their own backyard? Pray for world peace and the children that still have to grow up in this world of turmoil.
North and South Korea are launching missiles at each other, Ukraine and Russia are about to have a stand off, the Middle East is no more safe than before the war and now Malaysia is requesting more military assets to search for a 777 that mysteriously disappeared. Something smells fishy!!
[Interview] South Korea's exports of lethal tear gas to the Middle East
The Battle for Ukraine Was Planned in 1997 … Or Earlier Neoconservatives planned regime change throughout the Middle East and North Africa 20 years ago. Robert Parry correctly points out that the Neocons have successfully “weathered the storm” of disdain after their Iraq war fiasco.But the truth is that Obama has long done his best to try to implement those Neocon plans. Similarly, ever since the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the U.S. has pursued a strategy of encircling Russia, just as it has with other perceived enemies like China and Iran. In 1997, Obama’s former foreign affairs adviser, and president Jimmy Carter’s national security adviser – Zbigniew Brzezinski – wrote a book called The Grand Chessboard arguing arguing that the U.S. had to take control of Ukraine (as well as Azerbaijan, South Korea, Turkey and Iran) because they were “critically important geopolitical pivots”. Regarding Ukraine, Brzezinski said (hat tip Chris Ernesto): Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eur ...
The Son of God, starts tomorrow: Relativity International, a division of Relativity Media, announced Thursday it has sold off rights to the biblical epic in more than 60 territories. The film is based on Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's hit television miniseries The Bible and chronicles the life of Jesus Christ. Son of God opens in the U.S. on Friday via 20th Century Fox. STORY: 2014 Is Jam-Packed With Bible-Based Movies Sun Distributor Group has picked up the film for much of Latin America (a heavily Catholic region) and is planning an Easter-weekend release. Son of God also has sold in many Asian markets where there are sizeable Christian populations, such as Singapore, Indonesia, Taiwan and Malaysia. Other markets where Son of God will open include South Korea, Japan, the Middle East, Portugal, Poland, South Africa and the West Indies. Relativity International's Camela Galano touted the film to foreign buyers during the recent European Film Market in Berlin. Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado portrays Jesus ...
I wonder, is the United States of America on the path of its own self-destruction because of the leaks and debt? Will the People's Republic of China will follow if the USA collapses or will it brutally take over Taiwan and nuke Japan? What about the Russian Federation, will it end up having a massive upheaval there and will the European Union implode? Will the drug cartels in Latin America overpower the governments there? Is there gonna be an Samson Option occurring in the Middle East? Will an African Second Great War occur (the Second Congo War being the first) and will the North and South Korea duke it out like its 1950? Will the recession worsen into a Second Great Depression? Will the Third World War end it? Human history is surely interesting, ain't it?
Why Bankrolling Israel Prevents Peace in the Middle East: We Americans have funny notions about foreign aid. Recent polls show that, on average, we believe 28 percent of the federal budget is eaten up by it, and that, in a time of austerity, this gigantic bite of the budget should be cut back to 10 percent. In actual fact, barely 1 percent of the federal budget goes to foreign aid of any kind. In this case, however, truth is at least as strange as fiction. Consider that the top recipient of US foreign aid over the past three decades isn’t some impoverished land filled with starving kids, but a wealthy nation with a per-head gross domestic product on par with the European Union average, and higher than that of Italy, Spain or South Korea. Consider also that this top recipient of such aid—nearly all of it military since 2008—has been busily engaged in what looks like a nineteenth-century-style colonization project. In the late 1940s, our beneficiary expelled some 700,000 indigenous people from the lan ...
ADMIN KONGSIKAN TULISAN DRP TAN SRI SANUSI JUNID UNTUK KITA RENUNG & FIKIRKAN :- When Tun M took over the govt the world could be divided into 5 groups : 1) The English-speaking democracies where all economic ideas were from English language sources, 2) The Communist world where similar communist economic ideas were presented in different languages, 3) The Muslim world of the Middle East where the Arab Muslims forget themselves with the riches which represent a small percentage of the profits earned by foreigners from their natural resources which were exploited by the foreigners on their behalf; this wealth the Muslims used to buy weapons which were used to kill one another among themselves, 4) The Catholics of Latin America who spent their borrowed money against their nations' unexploited wealth, 5) The Non-English Speaking Democracies comprising of France, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. At that time, groups (1), (2), (3) & (4) nations were all having similar economic problems in each group. T ...
Burj Khalifa (Arabic: برج خليفة, "Khalifa tower"), known as Burj Dubai prior to its inauguration, is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the tallest man-made structure in the world, at 829.8 m (2,722 ft).[3][8] Construction began on 21 September 2004, with the exterior of the structure completed on 1 October 2009. The building officially opened on 4 January 2010,[1][9] and is part of the new 2 km2 (490-acre) development called Downtown Dubai at the 'First Interchange' along Sheikh Zayed Road, near Dubai's main business district. The tower's architecture and engineering were performed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill of Chicago, with Adrian Smith as chief architect, and Bill Baker as chief structural engineer.[10][11] The primary contractor was Samsung C&T of South Korea.[ Conception[edit] Burj Khalifa was designed to be the centerpiece of a large-scale, mixed-use development that would include 30,000 homes, nine hotels (including The Address Downtown Dubai), 3 hectares (7.4 acres) o ...
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Teaching the Teachers. For about twenty years, between 1950 and 1970, Japan used to import superior Industrial Technology from the west, at times by outright purchase, but more often by borrowing, or on a credit basis. As a result, Japan today stands on its own feet economically and is in a position to export not only its goods but also its know-how to other countries. Thanks to its advanced technical expertise, it now has the opportunities to help other countries, enter into friendly relations with them and draw up contracts to do business with them. Some of their feats include working on the latest irrigation projects in Thailand, giving instruction in computer programming in Singapore, constructing iron and steel factories in South Korea and China, and setting up petro-chemical industries in the Middle East, etc. The Japanese learnt iron and steel making from the Americans and have now developed it so extensively that they are at present exporting their skills to the Americans themselves. Japan, once t ...
Dear China and Japan, I know that of recent you've had your problem, but if you go to war, we get dragged in. And if we're dragged in, North Korea joins with South Korea. And if they join, then Russia can go do whatever they want to Europe (sorry Europe). Then the entire Middle East can do whatever, oil prices sky-rocketing, South America would start building its super power, and Africa will still be dirt poor and dying. So if you could not do that, that would be great. Sincerely, The USA
Biden on delicate mission to defuse tensions in East Asia WASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will try to strike a delicate balance of calming military tensions with China while supporting ally Japan against Beijing on a trip to Asia this week that is being overshadowed by a territorial dispute in the East China Sea. Aiming to counter criticism that the United States is neglecting Asia because it is distracted by domestic politics and the Middle East, the White House has long been planning a visit by Biden to Japan, China and South Korea. Those countries are at the heart of a quarrel over two tiny islands claimed by both Tokyo and Beijing that descended into military brinkmanship after China in late November declared an "air defense identification zone" that includes the islands. In Tokyo on Tuesday, Biden will likely assure Japan that a military alliance with the United States dating back to the 1950s remains valid as the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wrangles with China ...
Do we take consolation that all the ASEAN giants; Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia all did badly in the Asian Cup qualification? My be our players were happy winning the Merdeka Tournament and looking to retain the SEA Games gold? Maybe the boys are thinking of who is going to offer them lucrative contracts for next season? Maybe we shouldn't send teams to Europe anymore for exposure and experience? What for? Send them to the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Iran) and also the Orient (Japan, South Korea, China) as our standards are too low compared to the Asian giants. *** maybe a 3 month camp at North Korea can teach our coach and players a thing or two about patriotism and discipline, where players die for their God..err, I meant leaders and country. And its *** of a lot cheaper. Qatar played good one touch football last night and could have won bigger except for heroic saves from KFC. Our midfield was terrible and all over the place, and should have brought on Nazmi Faidz Mansor earlie .. ...
God is a God of Order, A God of Love and a God of Justice??? His Love ALWAYS comes with is JUDGEMENT….. “God loves the sinner, but hates the sin.” The Philippine and Vietnam Human trafficking in the philippine….. In the Philippines, traffickers, in partnership with organized crime syndicates and complicit law enforcement officers, regularly operate through fraudulent recruitment agencies and practices to traffic migrants. Traffickers use local recruiters sent to villages and urban neighborhoods to recruit family and friends, often masquerading as representatives of government-registered employment agencies Vietnam………. Vietnamese men, women, and girls are trafficked for sexual and labor exploitation in Taiwan, Malaysia, South Korea, Laos, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, China, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica, Russia, and elsewhere in the Middle East. In both sex trafficking and labor traffickin ...
Fwd: How to control Falling Rupee against dollar Real story of American Dollar v/s Indian Rupee (Very Interesting Article MUST SHARE) An Advice to all who are worrying about fall of Indian Rupee Throughout the country please stop using cars except for emergency for only seven days (Just 7 days). Definitely Dollar rate will come down. This is true. The value to dollar is given by petrol only. This is called Derivative Trading. America has stopped valuing its Dollar with Gold 70 years ago. Americans understood that Petrol is equally valuable as Gold so they made Agreement with all the Middle East countries to sell petrol in Dollars only. That is why Americans print their Dollar as legal tender for debts. This mean if you don't like their American Dollar and go to their Governor and ask for repayment in form of Gold, as in India they won't give you Gold. You observe Indian Rupee, “I promise to pay the bearer..." is clearly printed along with the signature of Reserve Bank Governor. This mean, if you don't l ...
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON We are currently learning whether the United States really needs a president. Barack Obama has become a mere figurehead, who gives speeches few listen to any more, issues threats that scare fewer, and makes promises that almost no one believes he will keep. Yet America continues on, despite the fact that the foreign and domestic policies of Barack Obama are unraveling, in a manner unusual even for star-crossed presidential second terms. Abroad, American policy in the Middle East is leaderless and in shambles after the Arab Spring — we’ve had the Syrian fiasco and bloodbath, leading from behind in Libya all the way to Benghazi, and the non-coup, non-junta in Egypt. This administration has managed to unite existential Shiite and Sunni enemies in a shared dislike of the United States. While Iran follows the Putin script from Syria, Israel seems ready to preempt its nuclear program, and Obama still mumbles empty “game changers” and “red line” threats of years past. We have gone ...
ILOKANO - is the third most spoken language of the Republic of the Philippines. An Austronesian language, it is related to such languages as Indonesian, Malay, Fijian, Maori, Hawaiian, Malagasy, Samoan, Tahitian, Chamorro, Tetum, and Paiwan. It is closely related to some of the other Austronesian languages of Northern Luzon, and has slight mutual intelligibility with the Balangao language and Eastern dialects of Bontoc language. In September 2012, the province of La Union passed an ordinance recognizing Ilokano (Iloko) as an official provincial language, alongside Filipino and English as national and official languages of the Philippines, respectively. It is the first province in the Philippines to pass an ordinance protecting and revitalizing a native language. A large, growing number of Ilokanos can also be found in the Middle East, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Canada, Australia and Europe.
I want to thank our outstanding Ministers in the Foreign Office: Sayeeda Warsi, a foremost champion of freedom of religion; David Lidington, the best Europe Minister Britain has had in decades; Hugo Swire, pioneering new Embassies in Latin America; Alistair Burt, a picture of calm whatever the storm in the Middle East; Mark Simmonds, bringing new energy to Britain’s ties in Africa; And Stephen Green, revolutionising our support to British exporters. And I thank all our PPSs: the inimitable Keith Simpson, the irrepressible Tobias Ellwood, the urbane Richard Graham, the tenacious Margot James and the unflappable Eric Ollerenshaw. This is a great team that deserves a great round of applause. My team and I returned yesterday from the UN General Assembly in New York.  We have fanned out across the corridors and chambers of the United Nations, working on dozens of issues from building up Libya’s security forces to helping Lebanon cope with refugees; from aiding Burma on the path to democracy to promoting p ...
my sweet puppies history :- The Hyundai Elantra or Hyundai Avante in South Korea, is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai, from 1990 to present, now in its fifth generation. The Elantra was formerly marketed as the Lantra in Australia and some European markets. In Australia, this was due to the similarly named Mitsubishi Magna Elante model.[1] This gave rise to disagreement from other motor manufacturers, and the name was standardized as "Elantra" worldwide in 2001 (with the exception being Korea; Malaysia now uses the "Elantra" name, forsaking the "Avante" of old. The fifth-generation Avante, codenamed "MD", debuted at the 2010 Busan International Motor Show in April 2010. It features a 1.6-L gasoline direct-injection engine, producing 103 kW (138 hp) and 167 Nm (123 lb-ft) torque, mated to a new 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmission; for some markets like the Middle East, the 1.6-L engine is a MPI version that delivers 128 hp. However, the Israeli market receives ...
The University of Minnesota's English Language Program spread 100 of their international students to four Minnesota assisted-living communities to promote multi-cultural and inter-generational conversation. "The students, hailing from the Middle East, Czech Republic, China, Mali, South Korea and more, get to practice their conversational skills with the worlds most patient listeners. The residents, many of whom are retired teachers, get to take a happy walk down memory lane." -
A FALSE FLAG. Glenn General Chiang Kai Shek facilitated the momentus meeting between Chairman Mao and President Nixon. Why? Because Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore are statutes of Liberty from the West. They are not garrisons. That is the common core of corruption suggested by the video. Why? Because Chinese work and most Americans ride around in SUV's and are 60% obese. From napalm and Agent Orange to shock and awe in the Middle East. the Generals, the Chiefs and the Joints are smoking the American people. Why is China building a new port and Suez Canal in Nicaragua instead of America? George spoke good Spanish with President Uribe in Columbia- why not the rest of our hemisphere? Answer- the Pentagon. Nixon and Mao were like Ronald Reagan and PJP with President Gorbachev. Wasn't the Boston Terriors and the militarization of our police enough? Truth is: THEY LIE.
Am not an Obama Fanatic and am certainly not complaining about him not visiting Kenya(I mean what the *** who cares?) But his skipping kenya is not only dumb but strategic,I mean its doesn't take rocket science to deduce the fact that these guys have of late acquired a very low opinion on Kenya and as a result want to look for an alternative country to strengthen and preserve their interests in the East of Africa-Tanzania- just like Saudi Arabia in the Middle East and South Korea in the Far East.That said I salute Hon Uhuru Kenyatta for choosing to seek new trade partnerships with the Far East and .Its a free world isn't it?Its no longer The American's role to decide whose economy grows and whose doesn't .And by the way Methinks the Russian MiG is far much superior to the joke than the joke that is the F-15's and Raptors of this world.Next Madaraka
THIS GREAT REVOLUTION THAT BEGINS IN THE WEST COAST WILL EFFECT MANY NATIONS! SAITH THE LORD POWERFUL PROPHECIE..IT WILL COME TO PAST IN YOURE LIFE TIME!!! IN THE LAST DAYS THE LORD SAYS I WILL POUR OUT MY SPIRIT UPON ALL FLESH!!! AFTER THE REVOLUTION IN AMERICA IT WILL SPREAD BEGINNING EVEN IN Asia, you and your young ones in North Korea, South Korea, in India, China, Hong Kong and all the regions of the Far East to the Middle East will link up with young people in America. This revolution shall spread, and the sounds will be so unique that it is undeniable; and THAT RELIGIOS SPIRIT OF church leaders...LIKE THE PHARISEES AND SADUCCES DID will stand up and condemn it, as they've done before.BUT THIS REVOLUTION WILL NEVER END !!
FOR SALE! ♥ OPEL ANTARA (white) ~SUV Type ~Diesel ~6-speed Manual ~With 3 years LTO REG ~20k + Mileage ~Full tank: 3k ~Fuel Efficient (1:13-15) ~2.0 but the engine is 2.2L Diesel Engine (Chevrolet engine) ~2009-2010 Model ~Reason of selling: Planning to buy a new one (pickup type) Note: This is not BRAND NEW. I currently own this car and currently using it. :) Brief Description: OPEL ANTARA is a compact SUV from the German automaker Opel. The Antara, based on the Theta platform, shares its underpinnings and powertrains with the Chevrolet Captiva. However, it has a different exterior and interior design, along with different exterior dimensions. In the United Kingdom, the car is sold as the Vauxhall Antara. In Australasia the car is badged as the Holden Captiva, and in the United States and Canada it has been sold as the Saturn Vue. The Antara went by the name GMC Terrain in the Middle East, Daewoo Winstorm MaXX in South Korea, and as the Chevrolet Captiva Sport in the Americas. Price negotiable upon vie ...
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Tata Motors is India's largest automobile company, with consolidated revenues of Rs. 1,88,818 crores ($ 34.7 billion) in 2012-13. Through subsidiaries and associate companies, Tata Motors has operations in the UK, South Korea, Thailand, Spain, South Africa and Indonesia. Among them is Jaguar Land Rover, the business comprising the two iconic British brands. It also has an industrial joint venture with Fiat in India. With over 7.5 million Tata vehicles plying in India, Tata Motors is the country's market leader in commercial vehicles and among the top in passenger vehicles. It is also the world's fourth largest truck and bus manufacturer. Tata cars, buses and trucks are being marketed in several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia, South America, CIS and Russia.
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US assisting Middle Eastern allies against cyber threats from Iran The US is assisting Middle East allies in building up cyber defences to counter growing attacks from Iran, it was reported on Sunday. The New York Times, citing senior American officials, said computer software, hardware and training was being provided to pro-Washington countries in the Persian Gulf to diffuse the growing threat from Tehran. Plans to bolster the computer defences of US allies will be extended to parts of Asia in a bid to blunt the perceived threat of network attacks from North Korea. The Obama administration has long been believed to have been involved in cyberwarfare against Tehran, with earlier reports suggesting the president ordered a series of sophisticated attacks on the computer systems that run the country's nuclear programme. On Friday, the Guardian further revealed that Obama had set up a list of potential overseas targets for US cyber-attacks. The leaked directive authorises the use of cyber-attacks on foreign n ...
Brent premium over Dubai crude trending lower on light oil glut: Clyde Russell The jump in Brent crude's premium over Asian benchmark Dubai to the highest in 10 weeks is likely a blip in an otherwise declining trend. The driver for Wednesday's jump in the premium to $3.75 a barrel was news that South Korea, the world's fifth-biggest crude importer, has boosted incentives for crude imports from regions other than the Middle East. In a bid to cut reliance on the volatile region, South Korea will now pay back 90 percent of freight charges from crude imported from the Americas, Africa and Europe once annual imports by a company reach 2 million barrels a year, down from 7 million previously. This increased the likelihood of more imports of crudes from the North Sea, such as Brent, but also of Nigerian and Angolan oil, both of which are light and sweet, similar to Brent. But while South Korea may well end up taking more light, sweet crude, the trend in Asia is still shifting markedly toward heavier, more sour g ...
Ca Mau to boost seafood exports HA NOI (VNS)— The southernmost province of Ca Mau will launch a broad range of measures to expand the seafood export market this year, said Ly Van Thuan, Secretary General of the Ca Mau Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors. In addition to organising fact-finding trips for delegations to study over 20 markets worldwide - including the US, the EU and China – the province will send experts to explore potential new markets such as India, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Russia, the Middle East and South America. In the first two months of this year, businesses signed 23 contracts worth nearly $10 million with partners from the RoK, Japan, Russia and Canada. Le Van Quang, Director General of Minh Phu Seafood Export Co., said Viet Nam’s aquatic products are known throughout the world, with those from Ca Mau Province enjoying a particularly favourable reputation. Ca Mau’s seafood export turnover stood at $950 million in 2012. The province sought to reach ...
Lean Forward In Defense of American Engagement By Stephen G. Brooks, G. John Ikenberry, and William C. Wohlforth January/February 2013   Since the end of World War II, the United States has pursued a single grand strategy: deep engagement. In an effort to protect its security and prosperity, the country has promoted a liberal economic order and established close defense ties with partners in Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East. Its military bases cover the map, its ships patrol transit routes across the globe, and tens of thousands of its troops stand guard in allied countries such as Germany, Japan, and South Korea. The details of U.S. foreign policy have differed from administration to administration, including the emphasis placed on democracy promotion and humanitarian goals, but for over 60 years, every president has agreed on the fundamental decision to remain deeply engaged in the world, even as the rationale for that strategy has shifted. During the Cold War, the United States' security comm ...
At Pentagon, ‘pivot to Asia’ becomes ‘shift to Africa’ In his first term, President Obama instructed the Pentagon to pivot its forces and reorient its strategy toward fast-growing Asia. Instead, the U.S. military finds itself drawn into a string of messy wars in another, much poorer part of the world: Africa. Over the past two years, the Pentagon has become embroiled in conflicts in Libya, Somalia, Mali and central Africa. Meantime, the Air Force is setting up a fourth African drone base, while Navy warships are increasing their missions along the coastlines of East and West Africa. In scope and expense, the U.S. military involvement in Africa still barely registers when compared with its presence in Asia, let alone the Middle East or Afghanistan. On any given day, there are only about 5,000 U.S. troops scattered across all of Africa, while 28,000 are stationed in South Korea alone. But it is becoming more common for the Pentagon to deploy troops to parts of Africa that many Americans would be har ...
By Robert Park, Published: April 20, 2011   “Holocaust” is the word used to describe the systematic extermination of millions of innocent European Jews during World War II. In the aftermath of this mammoth failure of humanity, many nations “repented” and declared that “never again” would such inhumanity and absolute disregard for human dignity and life be tolerated. Yet on Jan. 1, the regime of Kim Jong Il warned that a “nuclear holocaust” would be inevitable if South Korea engaged the North in war. While the world watches peoples in the Middle East and North Africa rise up against tyranny, another people suffers on the Korean Peninsula. And that Pyongyang so irreverently invoked this term to describe its so-called necessary defense is a stark reminder of the genocidal and inhumane nature of Kim Jong Il’s regime and the atrocities it has committed against millions of innocents.   Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority in Jerusa ...
South Korea just successfully launched its first satellite into space via a rocket; North Korea did the same last month. And that's just the Korean Peninsula. Factor in other parts of Asia, the Middle East and Northern Africa... Secretary Kerry, it's going to be an interesting four years for you, sir.
I have climbed Mt Fuji from the base, not that station 5 crap, in 12 hours and 47 mins, Kayaked 16 miles up and down the Potomac River while getting out and hiking D.C, been to Guam, South Korea, and the better part of the United States just last year. All of that was in a year, in the years passed I have been around the wold about 5 times in and out of the Middle East, Iraq, Jordan, The UAE, and I train everyday of my life and now I’m ready to take it a step higher. I can't seem to get a job to save my life so if anyone out their wants or needs a guide for any type of adventure let me know I’m open.I know the world and how to move through it. Realm Customs is changing formats from building to adventure. I have no money for marketing or advertisement so this is it. I can take you places and show you things off the path. My goals are to find some sponsors so I can climb the 7 peeks of the 7 contents. I’m also US Army Infantry trained Please send this to everyone you know that may want a trip of a li ...
if i had a billion qwid this is what i would do I would appoint myself Chairman and keep all the same boardroom people and just move Malcom Murray to another position. -I would sack Neil Murray from the scouting department and employ a scout for different areas Scotland, England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Croatia, Belgium, Holland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Brazil, Argentina USA, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Middle East, I would sign a chief scout to help make final decisions. The scouts would work all year round looking for established and youth players for us to sign. -Open a Rangers shop in Glasgow City Centre and one in Glasgow airport and in that shop I would get them selling match day tickets to tourists, guided tours of Ibrox, Auchenhowie, Founders Trail etc... and make sure it's well advertised for tourists to see as Ibrox is to far away for tourists to bump into so if they see a Rangers shop advertising it then they are far more likely to go on tours, buy tickets etc... -Turn Edmins ...
PacNet Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012 Japan, Central Asia, and the US Rebalance to Asia-Pacific by Jonathan Miller Jonathan Miller (jbmllris a senior Asia-Pacific security and intelligence policy advisor and a non-resident Sasakawa Peace Foundation Fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS. The least understood part of the Obama administration's policy to strengthen its role in the Asia-Pacific via "rebalancing" is that it is not built for its allies in the region, but that it is built by these partners. The US is committed to working with security allies and economic partners to ensure that the region follows a trajectory that benefits not only the US but also strengthens likeminded countries such as Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Thailand. An essential element of the rebalance is the ability of the US to reduce commitments in other theaters to focus more resources on East Asia. The Obama administration will look to move assets from the Middle East and Central Asia as the US reduces its footprint in both areas. Inde ...
In regard to the Petraeus matter: A lot of this isn't adding up. One thing that is becoming clear to me is that the general was connected to "the Family," which is the big connection between the Dominionist Movement and the US government. The sex scandal was apparently revealed by Eric Cantor, the only Jewish Republican member of the House and House Majority Leader. This situation is interesting for a number of reasons. Was the situation in the Middle East one of the reasons for Cantor's moves? This question has not been brought up by anyone to my knowledge. One of Petraeus's mistresses, Jill Kellley, is Lebanese-American (Maronite Christian, mind you). Her maiden name was Khawam. Kelley is also an "unofficial diplomat" for South Korea, and she has diplomatic plates on her car. The Dominionist angle is under-reported in the news. Seems that Pat Robertson is busy absolving Petraeus of his sins. There are reports, but they are not from the most reputable sources and all have an ax to grind. Even so, this co ...
Obama, did confess one truth during the debate last night. He said that as a candidate before the election of 2008 that he did indeed stop over in Israel and visited the Holocaust Memorial. When confronted by Mr. Romney about his 'Apology Tour', whereas as Mr. Romney sandblasted Obama for going all over the Middle East after winning the 2008 election, except Israel, Obama said nothing in his defense. Obama couldn't defend that he did indeed apologize for America to his Muslim brothers, and we also know the reason Obama went to Israel was just for show. Ask yourself if America has Israel's back then how many times has Obama went to visit our 'Close' Allie as president? Easy answer not one-time that I could find... He did visit: Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey, Iraq, Mexico, Tobago, Saudi Arabi, Egypt, back to Germany, back to France, Russia, Italy, Vatican City, Ghana, back to Mexico, Denmark, Japan, Singapore, China, South Korea, Denmark, Norway, Afghanistan, back to the C ...
It keeps piling on. From that "left-wing rag" The Economist" on the Romney Magical Mystery Tour to the Middle East: To make matters worse, Mr Romney got his numbers wrong. Per capita income in Israel is over $31,000; in the Palestinian Territories it is closer to $1,500. Those aren't the kinds of numbers that divide industrious Protestants from happy-go-lucky Catholics. They're the kind of numbers that divide South Korea from Ghana. You don't get those kinds of divisions because of cultural differences. The reason most Palestinians have low third-world income levels is that they are born into impoverished towns or refugee camps inside the gerrymandered Bantustans of the Palestinian Authority, where border crossings are controlled by Israeli military authorities, water sources are tapped to feed Jewish settlements, Israeli-built infrastructure bypasses them, the education system is funded by paltry international contributions and paltrier taxes, agricultural land is periodically taken by Jewish settlers w ...
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Jessica has been accepted into the Peace Corps, I am so proud of her! I just hope she can come home from South Korea before she leaves for her next destination - I have not hugged her since November! She will go to either Asia, Caribbean, or North Africa/Middle East (I am voting for the Caribbean) Keep her in your prayers please.
Guest worker numbers projected to hit target A teacher instructs his students how to use a lathe at the central province of Quang Ngai's Vocational Training School. Over 40,000 labourers have been sent to work abroad in the first six months of this year. — VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Long HCM CITY — Viet Nam is likely to achieve this year's target of sending 90,000 guest workers abroad despite the continuing global economic turbulence, a labour official said. Dao Cong Hai, deputy director of the Overseas Labour Management Department, said more than 40,000 workers have gone abroad in the first half. Taiwan was the largest recipient with 10,000 workers, followed by South Korea (5,000), Malaysia (4,000), Japan (3,000), and the Middle East and North African countries (20,000), according to department figures. Hai said though the figure was not as high as in the corresponding period last year and below 50 per cent of this year's target, he was optimistic. He blamed the decline in the number of workers sent abroad ...
Although I'll have been by early September to 17 countries in five continents — United States, Mexico, Bahamas, French Polynesia, China, Macau, Hong Kong, Nepal, Thailand, South Korea, Ireland, Britain, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Germany and Egypt — I dream that I'll one day travel to a slew of other nations: United Arab Emirates, Russia, France, Greece, Japan, India, Brazil and Kenya. First on my list is touring Dubai in the United Arab Emirates by next year. Already, I've been to China 13 times, giving me an in-depth glimpse of the world's second-largest economy that's also the home to my ancestors. Now I want to explore other regions of the world, everywhere from the Middle East and Africa, to Latin America and Europe. My trip to Ireland in September marks the start of my rekindled desire to travel the world over. My inspiration for such an ambitious undertaking has been my Taiwanese-immigrant parents, whose travels have taken them to these countries and territories, in addition to nearly all of ...
The only American soldiers who have fought for and died for the Freedom of American citizens are Revolutionary War soldiers, Civil War soldiers and World War II soldiers. These have been the ONLY wars since the founding of the United States that have had anything at all to do with American freedom, and there were many aspects of World War II that were contrived. So I will NOT honor soldiers who died in World War I (senseless war that had NO basis in reality or justification), the Korean War(yes, I'm glad that South Korea was able to keep their separation, however I'm not convinced that American soldiers had to die for it. ), the Vietnam War (also senseless, wasteful of human life - failed - did not "protect" anyone from Communism or anything else) and most certainly NOT ANY of the "wars" in the Middle East/ Persian Gulf. The whole first "Persian Gulf War" was totally contrived and fabricated BY the United States as its first foothold in the region, to be admittedly followed by a long campaign of genocidal ...
AS+GG, the firm founded by Burj Khalifa architect Adrian Smith, has revealed a daring twin tower scheme in Seoul, South Korea, with an outer skin that resembles
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