Chinese warplanes graze Taiwan’s airspace, yet again

The photo of a Chinese H-6K bomber taken by Taiwan's air force on July 20.

nsnbc : Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND), on Monday, stressed that Chinese bombers grazed the southern fringe of Taiwan’s airspace during a long-distance flight training exercise on Monday morning, one of several that have been conducted by China in July. The photo of a Chinese H-6K bomber taken by Taiwan’s air force on More...

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By nsnbc On Saturday, July 22nd, 2017

Another Rotavirus Vaccine Bites the Dust

Jacob Puliyel MD (nsnbc) : Clinical trial of the new rotavirus vaccine from the Serum Institute of India shows that the vaccine increases the incidence of diarrhea instead of decreasing it. The vaccine was field More...

China_India_Sikkim border_(archives)
By nsnbc On Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Chinese live fire drills in disputed territory and saber-rattling bring China – India to the brink of new war

nsnbc : Chinese and India officials, for more than one month now, have been engaged in saber-rattling over claims of a disputed territory in the Himalayan mountains. Last week Chinese forces launched live firing More...

Taiwan military parade
By nsnbc On Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

China “dissatisfied” with U.S. bill backing Taiwanese military

nsnbc : The People’s Republic of China has expressed its dissatisfaction with the United States after it passed a bill on Friday that is likely to expand defense communications with Taiwan. The People’s More...

Plane debris_(atchives)_Jul 2017
By nsnbc On Saturday, July 15th, 2017

Debris discovered in the Seychelles not from missing MH370: Malaysian Civil Aviation Authority

nsnbc : Malaysian authorities reported on July 14 that pieces of airplane debris found in the Seychelles are not from the Boeing 777-200 that went missing on flight MH370, in March 2014, in its way from Kuala Lumpur More...

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By nsnbc On Friday, July 14th, 2017

Turkey may take over Zaman schools in Cambodia after terrorism allegations

nsnbc : The government of Turkey is currently in talks with the Cambodian government over the possibility of taking control of the Zaman-operated schools in Phnom Penh. Ankara claims links to the “terrorist More...

Research Sqeeze
By nsnbc On Monday, July 10th, 2017

Experts urge WHO to urgently revise its post-vaccination philosophy

nsnbc : Two leading doctors and experts in immunization from India have urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to urgently revise its methodology to classify adverse events following immunization. (AEFI). Research More...

Taipei nightlife (archives)
By nsnbc On Monday, July 10th, 2017

Taipei police cracked down on human trafficking and forced prostitition ring

nsnbc : Police in the Taiwanese capital Taipei raided several premises in Taoyuan and New Taipei City and rescued nine foreign women who are forced into prostitution. A 43-year-old alleged mastermind and six associates were More...

Bhutan’s flowing rivers could feed electricity to neighbouring countries. Inga Vitola/Flickr, CC BY-SA
By nsnbc On Friday, July 7th, 2017

Bhutan protests incursions in latest China – India military standoff

nsnbc : The Chinese – Indian military standoff over disputed Sikkim territory flared up again, with China unwilling to hold discussions and India unwilling to withdraw troops. Meanwhile, Bhutan protests military More...

By Christof Lehmann On Friday, July 7th, 2017

Malaysia Airlines MH17: Airliners have Black Boxes to keep the public in the dark

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : In mid-May 2016 Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said investigators had narrowed the list of suspects in the downing of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 on flight MH-17 from More...