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American F-15 Fighters Intercept Korean Air Boeing 777 Because of Terrorist Threat

Two United States' Air Force Eagle fighters launched into Canadian airspace to intercept a Korean Air Boeing 777 on April Pacific Time. The plane was going to Seoul when it received a bomb threat shortly after takeoff from Vancouver, British Columbia.

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American F-15 Fighters Intercept Korean Air Boeing 777 Because of Terrorist Threat

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5 Chinese Social Networks You Need to Watch

This story ( ) describes how the Chinese version of Twitter, Weibo, has block the Chinese NYTimes' account. I am curious how censorship and social media mix. I wouldn't think well...

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11 Bizarrely Wrong Beliefs Americans Have About Themselves

11 Bizarrely Wrong Beliefs Americans Have About Themselves - The Atlantic

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Mood darkens in Beijing amid crackdown on 'illegal foreigners' - CNN.com

Mood darkens in Beijing amid crackdown on 'illegal foreigners' // Foreigners may be asked to provide identity papers during the 100-day crackdown on illegal visitors.

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What North Korea Really Looks Like

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North Korea's Big Bad Missile Launch Begins (Updated)

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Miracle of US jet crash

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Pakistan Doesn't Want Bin Laden's Former Wives and Daughters to Talk

March 2012 Play Video Go to Video Wife: Bin Laden fathered 4 kids on the run Revelations raise new questions about just how secret his life as a fugitive really was. » Lived in 5 houses

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KFC Thailand Exploits Tsunami to Sell Terror Chicken on Facebook

What's the first thing you crave when you're afraid a tsunami might be headed straight for you? The safety of your family? Peace with God? How about fried chicken? KFC sure thought natural disaster was a great way to sell.

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