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Beijing is launching a new agency, modeled on the Pentagon’s DARPA, to pioneer breakthrough military technology.
Israel has removed the metal detectors, but Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is calling for further escalation.
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We’re heading into uncharted waters, thanks to shale.
A Chinese spokesperson called for an end to joint drilling operations between Spain’s Repsol and Vietnam.
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