ITV4
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Washington Free Beacon
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Voice Of America
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It's an old riddle: What is the human body's largest organ? The answer, of course, is skin. And while it's certainly tough, skin's enemy is heat. Treating serious burns usually involves placing human or pig skin over the burn to help it heal. Doctors in Brazil are using a unique skin replacement that may also help the healing process. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
BBC News 24
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union was the enemy, the language was in demand. China's rise has been a number of American children learn the language. Resident Obama set a target of 1 million. If our countries are to do more together around the world, then speaking each other's around the world, then speaking each.
BBC News 24
9 hours
House but there is a correlation between global politics in which languages Americans learn. We haven't seen an uptick in Russian classes just yet but when the soviet union was the enemy, the language was in demand
Breitbart News
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BBC News 24
11 hours
people feel the important thing is the war we're in. The war? We're in a war with IS and people realise we are against an enemy that wants to kill little girls. Every family, everybody sitting around the television and the table is thinking about that. In that sense it is very unfortunate we've had to restart the election. Yet, you know, you cannot avoid the national security.
Times of Israel
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BBC Two England
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which is the election. Not just in Manchester, all over the country people feel the important thing is the war we're in. The war? We're in a war with IS and people realise we are against an enemy that wants to kill little girls. Every family, everybody sitting around the television.
Daily Express
13 hours
THE gallantry medals of a courageous RAF officer who drove 200 miles behind enemy lines to rescue a crashed bomber and its crew have been put up for sale.
Radar Online
16 hours
TIME - Top Stories
16 hours
Here at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, these stands are emblazoned top to bottom with the names of lands and seas that were consecrated by the sacrifice of the American sailor and Marine. I see Belleau Wood, where the Marines charged the enemy six times, won the day, to defend the freedom of Western Europe. I see the Battle of the Atlantic and the many battles of the Pacific the Coral Sea, Midway, Leyte Gulf when the Navy rolled back the tide of tyranny that had engulfed so much of the Asian Pacific. I see Inchon in Korea, and the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. I see Iraq and Afghanistan, where to this very day at this very hour, your brothers and sisters in arms stand strong and courageous in defense of liberty in the global war on terror. And between the places engraved on these stands, I see all that the Navy and Marine Corps have done, and continue to do, day-in and day-out, to foster peace and prosperity on the seven seas, to defend the defenseless in distant lands, to keep the shores of America safe from all who would dare threaten us.
Techradar
17 hours
Far Cry 2 was amazing because of how open-ended literally every single mission was, but the game never went out of its way to explain this to you as you played. It was perfectly possible to play Far Cry 2 like a generic first-person shooter. You'd run into enemy encampments, gun down everyone in your path, and emerge victorious without realising the numerous other paths that had completely passed you by. Was the decision not to explain itself properly to its audience a bad decision? Probably, but it meant that when you did happen upon an unannounced feature or tactic, it felt like an achievement, rather than the result of blindly following a breadcrumb trail that someone had meticulously laid out for you. I still remember fondly straying off the beaten track to discover a hang-glider nestled in amongst some bushes. Nothing about the game up until that point had ever explained to me that there were hang-gliders hidden around the world to be found to be found.
BBC Parliament
19 hours
know your enemy. But it isn't always who you think. We often used to say when ministers of defence met together, in NATO, that the common enemy was not any external enemy, it was our ministries of finance. When you have a big budget, it is not just the Treasury after your money - every other department is just the Treasury after your money -.
BBC Parliament
19 hours
keep this stool upright. But actually in a sense struggling to argue their case. Thank you very much. In defence the general rule is know your enemy. But it isn't always who you think
RT
19 hours
Russia ranks fourth on the American public’s list of bad guys, outstripped only by North Korea, Iran, and Syria, according to a new Fox News poll. However, most think President Trump sees Russia as a friend rather than a foe. Read Full Article at RT.com
TIME - Top Stories
21 hours
The Solomon Islands were a long way from the nightlife and dating scenes he knew at Harvard, New York, Cape Cod and London. On one South Pacific night so dark you could hardly see your hand, with Jack at the helm at idle speed, an enemy destroyer came out of nowhere and rammed his PT-109, splitting it in two, instantly killing two of his crew. The rest paddled floating wreckage to shore, Jack separately towing the most injured of them as he swam for three-and-a half miles to a deserted island beach. The story of how they survived the wreckage and stranding would eventually establish JFKs reputation as a war hero, a reputation he would carry with him all the way to the White House. But its easy to see how, while his work to save his crew in the aftermath was without doubt heroic, the tale on the whole was open to interpretation. After all, he had been at the helm when the boat drifted into the path of an enemy ship.
BBC News 24
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bombing of IS and they would seem to be the enemy. It does leave him open to the accusation, I suspect his critics will point to his approach in Northern Ireland where he was the at the forefront of MPs.
Sky News
a day
and what we stand for, and anyone that is in favour of democracy is an enemy, and anyone that tolerates and wants equality is viewed as fair game. That is nothing to do with foreign policy, that is to do with a twisted and dangerous ideology that has been given new impetus by technology. That is what we face. That is a long-term course of action
Sky News
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democracy is an enemy, and anyone that tolerates and wants equality is viewed as fair game. That is nothing to do with foreign policy, that is to do with a twisted and dangerous ideology that has been given new impetus by technology. That is what we face. That is a.
Sky News
a day
jihadists have been around since the 1950s, the belief that they don't like our values and what we stand for and anyone who is in favour of democracy is an enemy and anyone who wants to have equality is.
The Iran Project
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IRNADefense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan said Iranians from all walks of life endorsed the Islamic establishment through massive turnout in the May 19 presidential elections and proved that the country will never tolerate insults and threats. He made the remarks in a ceremony marking liberation anniversary of Khorramshahr, noting that May 24 is a great day in the life of the Iranian nation. Iraqi Bath regime intended to capture the Iranian territory and they had come to stay here not to go, but they got nothing and left the city after a hard defeat, he said. Occupied by Iraqi troops in the early days of the eight-year Iraq's imposed war against Iran (1980-88), Khorramshahr was finally liberated on May 24, 1982, after two days of heavy fighting and sacrifices made by the Iranian forces. Khorramshahr people stood strongly against the enemy with the least military equipment to defend their land, Deqan said.
The Iran Project
a day
Fighting the imposed war, Iran learned that acceding to the hegemonic powers equals a negation of national identity, he added. “Today, our country enjoys a premium regional position and this is owed to the Holy Defense [at wartime]…Today, our nation is strong and respectable in the eyes of the enemy.”
The Sun Daily
a day
But crossing the border did not put an end to their problems. In China, Pyongyang's main ally, her family's three survivors were forced to go underground for fear of being sent back to North Korea. Eventually, they were caught and jailed, and sent back home. They managed to flee once again after Jo's mother bribed a border guard, but once again they were caught and returned. In 2006 she made her third – and finalescape, this time thanks to an American-Korean pastor who paid members of the Bowibu, North Korea's omnipotent secret police, US$10,000 (RM42,775) to secure the three women's freedom. After receiving UN refugee status, they moved to the United States in 2008, and Jo has since acquired American citizenship – an unlikely turn of events for someone who was taught that "Americans are the biggest enemy" and "we should kill them or report to the officials if we see them".