Archive for May, 2017

N. Korea prepared for new ICBM test: state media

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017:

North Korea warned Wednesday it was prepared to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) at any time, as the US successfully tested a system designed to intercept them. The fresh sabre-rattling from Pyongyang appeared to up the stakes as the Pentagon announced Tuesday it had intercepted a mock-up of an ICMB in a first-of-its-kind test. The success of the test is a watershed moment for the US military’s effort to establish an effective — though limited — ground-based defence against ICBMs as the North ramps up its threats. “We’re prepared to test-fire ICMBs anywhere and anytime on orders from the supreme […] Read More →

Are you ready to enjoy ski in Banff or Colorado?

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017:

Skiing as an activity is usually enjoyed by almost all. Fundamentally, people visit skiing holidays for outdoor fun. Nonetheless, many people who are newcomers are stressed about skiing and have fear at first. As a result, if you need to learn this new technique correctly, the easiest way to get it done is by going through professional lessons in the area. With such approach, you can enjoy the most when you go for Japan skiing or for skiing in Colorado. When there is a summer time, a lot of people usually do fly away for a few days in the […] Read More →

LAPD uses spit from sidewalk to tie suspect to 2 killings

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017:

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities trailing a man suspected of sexually assaulting and killing two young women who disappeared from their Los Angeles neighborhoods used his DNA to tie him to the 2011 crimes after he spit on a sidewalk. Geovanni Borjas, 32, was identified as a suspect in the slayings of Michelle Lozano, 17, and Bree’Anna Guzman, 22, after investigators used a controversial DNA testing technique known as familial DNA testing, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said. The technique enabled investigators to compare forensic evidence from the victims to law enforcement databases to identify likely relatives of the […] Read More →

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