Japanese Government to Review New Missile Defence Proposal After Scrapping US Aegis Ashore

An expert council of Japan’s governing Liberal Democratic Party will submit a proposal to the government on Tuesday to consider the possibilities of how to halt ballistic missile attacks within enemy territory, Japan’s NHK reports. … Read More >Japanese Government to Review New Missile Defence Proposal After Scrapping US Aegis Ashore

Singapore to tag visitors with electronic monitoring devices to ensure Covid-19 quarantine compliance

New arrivals to Singapore won’t necessarily have to quarantine at a government facility during the pandemic – some, including residents, will receive an electronic monitoring device that will alert authorities if they leave home. … Read More >Singapore to tag visitors with electronic monitoring devices to ensure Covid-19 quarantine compliance

Japanese ‘BLACK RAIN’ survivors officially recognized as victims of Hiroshima bombing after long court battle

The five-year struggle of dozens of Japanese people, who lived through the US atomic bombing but were denied social benefits for decades, has ended victoriously after they were officially recognized as nuclear bombing survivors. … Read More >Japanese ‘BLACK RAIN’ survivors officially recognized as victims of Hiroshima bombing after long court battle

WATCH first squadron of French-made Rafale fighter jets arrive in India as tensions with China simmer on

The first squadron of five multirole Dassault Rafale fighter planes has landed in India. The delivery of the aircraft, whose purchase had sparked embezzlement allegations, took place a month after a bloody skirmish with China. … Read More >WATCH first squadron of French-made Rafale fighter jets arrive in India as tensions with China simmer on

China ends Hong Kong’s crime-related agreements with Australia, Canada and UK for ‘politicizing judicial cooperation’

Beijing is suspending Hong Kong’s crime agreements with Britain, Canada and Australia, China’s foreign ministry says, because they are “politicizing judicial cooperation” by halting their extradition treaties with Hong Kong. … Read More >China ends Hong Kong’s crime-related agreements with Australia, Canada and UK for ‘politicizing judicial cooperation’