In a chilling memo released on Wednesday, the People’s Liberation Army, or PLA, informed the world that, at least on the internet, China is at war.
The memo is called “Cybersovereignty Symbolizes National Sovereignty.”
PLA is not joking around
“The internet has become the main battlefront for struggle in the ideological area,”
ARDGLASS, Northern Ireland — After a day of fishing in the Irish Sea, Paul Murphy was about to head for home when his trawler, the Karen, suddenly shuddered to a halt.
Paul Murphy captains a fishing trawler in Northern Ireland. His boat nearly capsized when it ensnared an apparent
Abdul Basit Usman, a militant with strong al Qaeda links who was blamed for numerous bomb attacks in the southern Philippines, had been wanted for 13 years
Terror: A bomber on the run for more than a decade has been killed – reportedly by his own men
The Philippines’ most wanted Islamist militant was
WASHINGTON — In a dramatic assessment of the domestic threat posed by the Islamic State, FBI Director James Comey said Thursday there are “hundreds, maybe thousands” of people across the country who are receiving recruitment overtures from the terrorist group or directives to attack the U.S.
Comey said the Islamic State, also known as ISIL,
SEOUL, South Korea: North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un ordered the execution of 15 senior officials this year, including several who complained about the young leader’s policies, South Korea’s intelligence agency said Wednesday.
Undated Photo of Kim Jong Un Inspecting a newly built orphanage
Those executed included two vice minister-level officials, the Yonhap news agency
Basij commander Mohammad Reza Naqdi also threatens Saudis, saying their fate will be like that of Saddam Hussein
Mohammad Reza Naqdi, commander of Iran’s Basij forceRead more: Iran militia chief: Destroying Israel is ‘nonnegotiable’
The commander of the Basij militia of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said that “erasing Israel off the map” is “nonnegotiable,” according
JAIPUR: Some of the 24 labourers stuck in Saudi Arabia for the past several months are stressed to the extent that they have threatened to commit suicide if they were not rescued by the authorities. They said that it’d become impossible for them to survive the inhuman condition in which they were forced to
Japan’s Maritime Self Defense Force on Wednesday took delivery of the biggest Japanese warship since World War Two, the Izumo, a helicopter carrier as big as the Imperial Navy aircraft carriers that battled the United States in the Pacific.
Sailors stand on the deck of the Izumo warship as it departs from the
PHOTO: DAILY MAIL
IRAQ: In an attempt to flee northern Iraq, Islamic State (IS) fighters have shaved their beards and dressed like women, Iraqi forces claimed.
A series of pictures have emerged, showing men wearing dresses and make-up in a bid to leave behind their lives as IS fighters.
The photographs first
An Indian man has been arrested for raping an injured cow using coconut oil as lubricant.
Indian man rapes an injured cow using coconut oil as lubricant – (Blue Cross of India)
Muthu, aged between 50 and 55, was seen raping the animal, which was lying injured on a railway track in southern India.
University of Queensland researchers have found seven peptides (mini-proteins) in spider venom that block the molecular pathway responsible for sending pain signals from nerves to the brain.
The discovery, published in the British Journal of Pharmacology, could inspire a new class of potent painkillers with fewer side effects than current medications.
Sir Richard Branson and Nick Clegg are urging the UK to begin decriminalising the use and possession of almost all drugs, following the example of Portugal.
richard branson with autumn radtke
The Virgin founder and deputy prime minister are to address a conference on fighting drug addiction on Wednesday, and in a Guardian article
Walking past a row of vending machines and ATMs at the Kursky train station in Moscow, Sergei Amirkhanov stops in front of a bright orange cash machine. Instead of inserting his bank card, he scans his passport, poses for a photo and enters his mobile number. He receives a text message on his phone
In the middle of last summer came news of a bizarre occurrence no one could explain. Seemingly out of nowhere, a massive crater appeared in one of the planet’s most inhospitable lands. Early estimates said the crater, nestled in a land called “the ends of the Earth” where temperatures can sink far below zero, yawned
LONDON — It might sound like something from a science fiction movie, but an Italian doctor says full-body transplants, where a living person’s head would be attached to a donor body, could be possible in two years.
Surgeon’s claims raise a lot of ethical questions.
Sergio Canavero, of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group
Chiheb Esseghaier allegedly spoke of “death and destruction” a volcano blast could cause, court heard
TORONTO – A man accused of plotting to derail a Canadian passenger train also thought about triggering a catastrophic volcanic blast in the United States, his trial heard Tuesday.
Testifying for a third week, an undercover
Pictures of space get a lot of smiles around here, but it’s pretty rare for one of them to smile back at us.
This adorable image — in which the galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849 seems to be smiling at the camera — comes courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope. It
Cyprus has offered Russia to have air and navy bases on its territory.
A Russian sailor watches amphibious vehicles move during a naval parade rehearsal in the far eastern port of Vladivostok, July 25, 2014.
Cypriot president Nicos Anastasiades announced that the country is ready to host Russian aviation and naval bases. The official
A humble roundworm is leading the race in artificial intelligence, showing that it may be possible one day to upload our brains to a computer.
Called the Open Worm Project, the research brings together scientists and programmers from around the world with the aim of recreating the behavior of the
A new Islamic State guide for women has declared that girls can be married at nine and that fashion boutiques are the work of the devil.
Extreme views: the document was published initially in Arabic by the all-female Al-Khanssaa Brigade
The online document, which calls itself a “manifesto”, is the most comprehensive insight