Huge fire engulfs Tokyo’s historic Golden Gai entertainment district close to Shinjuku
Apr12

Huge fire engulfs Tokyo’s historic Golden Gai entertainment district close to Shinjuku

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZqtded_UMI   A fire broke Tuesday in the Golden Gai entertainment district in the Kabukicho district in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, destroyed four buildings and left at least one person injured. The fire also caused power to be cut to hundreds of businesses and homes. The Tokyo Fire Department dispatched more than 30 firetrucks to battle the blaze, which started on the first floor of an old building at...

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Malaysian government claims that Malaysian Police foiled plans by ISIS to kidnap Najib Razak. Najib was going to be “donated” for good cause!
Mar08

Malaysian government claims that Malaysian Police foiled plans by ISIS to kidnap Najib Razak. Najib was going to be “donated” for good cause!

Malaysia’ Prime Minister Najib Razak was targeted by the IsisOlivia Harris/Reuters The Islamic State (Isis) made an attempt to kidnap Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak along with the country’s home and defence ministers, Kuala Lumpur authorities have revealed. Several others were also thought to have been targeted in the thwarted plot hatched by the Islamist group. Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid, who is also the home...

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A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of western Indonesia!
Mar02

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of western Indonesia!

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of western Indonesia, the US Geological Survey (USGS) reports. There have been no immediate reports of damage. The USGS said the earthquake struck at 19:49 local time (12:49 GMT). It said the epicentre was 805km (500 miles) south-west of the city of Padang, and 24km deep. Indonesia’s National Meteorological Agency lifted its tsunami warnings several hours after the tremors....

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100,000 passengers stranded at Guangzhou train station after heavy snow delayed train services, disrupting Chinese New Year travel plans for all!
Feb02

100,000 passengers stranded at Guangzhou train station after heavy snow delayed train services, disrupting Chinese New Year travel plans for all!

Heavy snow has disrupted public transport in southern China, stranding tens of thousands of people outside a rail station, police say. The crowd outside Guangzhou station swelled to nearly 100,000 at its peak on Monday night, police said. Central China has experienced some of its coldest weather in years. The rare snow has coincided with the run-up to Chinese New Year – where hundreds of millions of Chinese travel home to see...

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A car caught on fire at the car park of Taman Jaya LRT Station in PJ Malaysia!
Dec21

A car caught on fire at the car park of Taman Jaya LRT Station in PJ Malaysia!

                         A car was caught on fire at the Taman Jaya LRT station in Petaling Jaya, causing massive black smoke and confusion among the people. The station was not affected and the fire department was called in to control the fire. The source of the fire is still under investigation although there are rumors of a vape being...

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A car caught on fire at the car park of Taman Jaya LRT Station in PJ Malaysia!
Dec21

A car caught on fire at the car park of Taman Jaya LRT Station in PJ Malaysia!

                         A car was caught on fire at the Taman Jaya LRT station in Petaling Jaya, causing massive black smoke and confusion among the people. The station was not affected and the fire department was called in to control the fire. The source of the fire is still under investigation although there are rumors of a vape being...

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Global warming causing tornado to appear in Penang, Malaysia
Nov04

Global warming causing tornado to appear in Penang, Malaysia

   This is what’s global warming doing to the earth. In a country where we don’t usually get tornadoes. We are seeing more weird things happening. This was spotted in Penang island in...

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It’s a hazy situation in Malaysia: Shah Alam reported dangerous API level
Oct04

It’s a hazy situation in Malaysia: Shah Alam reported dangerous API level

    Nation Home > News > Nation Published: Sunday October 4, 2015 MYT 10:26:00 AM Updated: Sunday October 4, 2015 MYT 11:31:57 AM Haze: Air quality in Shah Alam at hazardous level     PETALING JAYA: The haze situation has continued to worsen with air quality in Shah Alam at hazardous level. As of 9am, the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading was 308 compared with 299 an hour earlier, according to the Department...

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Volkswagen cheated itself through emissions testing in USA!
Sep26

Volkswagen cheated itself through emissions testing in USA!

What is Volkswagen accused of? It’s been dubbed the “diesel dupe”. The German car giant has admitted cheating emissions tests in the US. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), some cars being sold in America had devices in diesel engines that could detect when they were being tested, changing the performance accordingly to improve results. VW has had a major push to sell diesel cars in the US, backed...

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Tianjin covered in chemicals as rainfall reveal mysterious white foam all over the city after deadly explosion!
Aug18

Tianjin covered in chemicals as rainfall reveal mysterious white foam all over the city after deadly explosion!

First rainfall since Tianjin explosion leaves city covered in mysterious white foam The first rainfall to wash over Tianjin since a series of blasts struck a warehouse in the Binhai district last weekhas sparked a new wave of concern as an unidentified white foam has appeared on the streets. Some who made contact with it are reporting a burning sensation on their face and lips, while others are reporting a stinging sensation on their...

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A village in Kenya where no men are allowed
Aug16

A village in Kenya where no men are allowed

Jane says she was raped by three men wearing Gurkha uniforms. She was herding her husband’s goats and sheep, and carrying firewood, when she was attacked. “I felt so ashamed and could not talk about it to other people. They did terrible things to me,” says Jane, her eyes alive with pain. She is 38 but looks considerably older. She shows me a deep scar on her leg where she was cut by stones when she was pushed to the ground. In a...

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Hong Kong government wants to systemically remove its iconic Neon Signs!
Aug12

Hong Kong government wants to systemically remove its iconic Neon Signs!

The stock image of Hong Kong is populated with neon signs; like the neo-noir dystopian landscape of Blade Runner, the city’s layers are made up of glowing symbols and architecture. It’s sad then, to see these signs—a sight that has greeted locals and tourists for the better part of the century—on the brink of extinction as the government has deemed them “illegal” slated them for systematic removal from the streets. Last...

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Massive explosion in port city of Tianjin, China, injuring at least 50 people!
Aug12

Massive explosion in port city of Tianjin, China, injuring at least 50 people!

  A massive explosion has hit China’s northern port city of Tianjin, reportedly injuring scores of people. According to Chinese state media, the explosion occurred when a shipment of explosives blew up at about 23:30 (16:30 GMT). Pictures and video shared on social media showed flames lighting up the sky and damage to nearby buildings. At least 50 people have been admitted to hospital, according to state news agency Xinhua....

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