Why You Can Claim Islands for the US if They Have Bird Poop

Why You Can Claim Islands for the US if They Have Bird Poop

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Learn about neural networks, gravitational physics, number theory and more for 20% off over at brilliant.org/hai. So what do this and this and this and that have in common. Well they’re all part of this—the United States. Now I know I’ll get plenty of comments like these and for that I’m sorry but

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Weird Borders: State Borders of the United States of America

Weird Borders: State Borders of the United States of America

The US states have some iconic shape, but if you look closely ,you’ll see many irregularities, such as the Kentucky Bend, which is a tiny piece of Kentucky, home to 18 people, cut off from the rest of Kentucky by the state of Missouri. The border is defined by the Mississippi River, which loops south below, and back north above,

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N. Korea says it fired new tactical guided missiles, reiterates warning against S. Korea-U.S. drills

N. Korea says it fired new tactical guided missiles, reiterates warning against S. Korea-U.S. drills

now in other news North Korea has just revealed it test-fired its new tactical guided missiles Tuesday and did so under the guidance of its leader Kim jong-un the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Wednesday that the firing was a warning instant join military drills underway between South Korea and the u.s. it also said to tactical guided missiles

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S. Korea, Japan may feel need to develop nukes in light of N. Korean threat: U.S.

S. Korea, Japan may feel need to develop nukes in light of N. Korean threat: U.S.

President Moon Jae-in is calling for a speedy reform of South Korea’s prosecution and a fairer system in the education sector. He made the call this Monday while appointing seven of his new minister-level officials, including Cho Kuk, now Justice Minister, whose nomination was controversial because of his family’s alleged ethical lapses and illegal activities. Shin Se-min has the details.

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Beijing’s DF-16 missile ‘can destroy US military bases in Asia’

Beijing’s DF-16 missile ‘can destroy US military bases in Asia’

China’s state broadcaster has reportedly released footage for the first time showing the country’s Dongfeng-16 missile being launched during a drill Dongfeng-16, a relatively mysterious member of the Chinese missile family, is a ground-to-ground ballistic missile with a reported maximum range of 1,600 kilometres (994 miles)  With a high precision enhanced by China’s Beidou satellite navigation system, the short-to-medium-range missile could destroy targets

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U.S.-ROK alliance is foundation for peace on Korean Peninsula: Harry Harris

U.S.-ROK alliance is foundation for peace on Korean Peninsula: Harry Harris

The U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Harry Harris said on Wednesday that the U.S.-South Korea alliance is the “foundation for peace and prosperity” on the Korean Peninsula and throughout the region. In a keynote speech at the Indian Ocean Region Conference held in the Maldives, Harris also referred to the historic encounter between the leaders of the two Koreas and

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The KOREAN Peninsula approaches the “red line”

The KOREAN Peninsula approaches the “red line”

The Korean Peninsula is approaching a “red line” of conflict in announcing a readiness for a war situation in response to the arrival of the US carrier. State Department spokesman on April 11 insisted that Pyongyang was ready to take “the toughest measure with strong arms” to defend itself against “action”. Provocative of Washington “and ready to respond to all

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N. Korea confirms it tested new tactical guided missiles on Tuesday as warning…

N. Korea confirms it tested new tactical guided missiles on Tuesday as warning…

North Korea’s state media has released a report about its projects are launched on Tuesday it says it tested new tactical guided missiles which are believed to be the same ones that were tested by the regime on July 25th the North Korean leader Kim jong-un said the missile test was a warning to Seoul and Washington over their joint

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Top nuclear envoys of S. Korea and the U.S. holds telephone talks

Top nuclear envoys of S. Korea and the U.S. holds telephone talks

U.S. Special Representative for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, held phone talks this morning with his South Korean counterpart, Lee Do-hoon. Seoul’s foreign ministry says the two discussed practical ways to achieve complete denuclearization and permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula… while agreeing to meet for further discussions in the near future. Lee Do-hoon is reportedly planning to visit Washington next

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Fmr. USFK commander offers insights into U.S. strategy on Korean Peninsula

Fmr. USFK commander offers insights into U.S. strategy on Korean Peninsula

the USS reportedly shifted its strategy on the Korean Peninsula looking to pressure the South Korean government to side with the US over China our Kim Jiyeon has more former US forces Korea commander Vincent Brooks in an interview with VOA on Monday said Washington’s requests for Seoul to contribute more to defense costs is more focused on pressuring Seoul

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