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AI, stocking robots dominate Shanghai transport logistics exhibition

The 2017 Asian Transport Logistics Exhibition is being held in Shanghai. A large number of cutting-edge logistics technologies have been unveiled. Including a stacking robot that can replace humans to complete cargo stac...

Racial tensions exploited by US media & politicians yet Russia’s to blame

Lawmakers in the U.S. have upped the ante of allegations against Russia. Apart from perceived 'election meddling', they say Moscow 'sought to sow chaos and division among Americans'. The claim is based on Facebook ads, b...

Olympic flame on Jeju Island for relay’s third day

평창올림픽 성화 제주 봉송 이틀째 "유네스코 유산 달린다" The Olympic flame now on the third day of its relay is in Jeju. The torch passed major landmarks including the resort island's second-biggest city: Seogwipo. Jeju's female divers, the "Ha...

Samsung Electronics tops Q3 world smartphone market

삼성전자, 3분기 스마트폰 점유율 21%로 '세계 1위' Samsung Electronics is the world's top smartphone maker in Q3. According to market researcher Strategy Analytics, the Korean tech giant shipped nearly 85 million units during the third qua...

Sneak preview of the latest technologies that’ll enhance visitors’ experience of the 2018 …

ICT올림픽,... 평창동계올림픽에서 새롭게 소개될 최첨단 기술들 미리 만나본다 PyeongChang Olympics' organizing committee seeks to highlight Korea's latest technologies during the global games. While virtual reality experience and robot translators are w...

100 years after one of the most contested documents of Arab history

The Balfour Declaration, issued 100 years ago, has been described as one of the most controversial and contested documents of modern Arab history. It led to the creation of the state of Israel and the forced expuls...

UN urges Bangladesh to move Rohingya stranded at border

Thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar's reported atrocities are stranded in fields near the Bangladesh border crossing, where they are being held by border guards. The UN is calling on the Bangladesh government...

Manus Island refugees dig for water as Australia closes camp

Hundreds of refugees have been forced to dig wells in search of water in a tense standoff on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island. About 600 refugees, mostly from Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq, have barricaded themselv...

Hundreds of journalists over past decade killed while working across the world

The UN estimates 900 reporters have been killed while doing their jobs in the past decade, but only one-in-ten cases has led to a conviction. On International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalist, we look at...

CIA releases trove of Bin Laden files

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released 470,000 files that were captured during the raid that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in May 2011. The CIA says the trove of documents, photos and videos seize...

Economist Harry Dent Thinks Gold Will Fall 50% From Here

Don't expect gold prices to hit $5,000 in your lifetime, said renowned economist Harry Dent. He warned that gold has to fall significantly before it starts a new bull market. “Ultimately, for gold to erase its bubble and...

Economist Harry Dent Says To Brace for the ‘Economic Winter’, Dow Could Plunge 18,000 Points

Harry Dent is known for making bold calls, the well-known economist is now warning investors to prepare for the coming of an "economic winter." Dent said the party is over for the Dow Jones Industrials Average (DJIA) whi...

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