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China further develops new navigation satellite system
China has further developed an advanced navigation satellite system, called Beidou, which can be used in search and rescue missions.
In show of force, US to send F-22 jets to South Korea
The US will send six F-22 Raptor stealth fighter jets to South Korea in a new show of force aimed at Pyongyang, amid heightened tensions over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.
Saudi policies fracturing Middle East, threatening peace: Qatar
Saudi Arabia’s “impulsive” and “crisis-making” policies are threatening peace and stability in the Middle East, says Qatar’s Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, accusing the Riyadh regime of making new crises to cover up its past ones.
Russia to reduce forces in Syria by year-end: Military chief
Russia is set to reduce its troops in Syria by the end of the year after finishing up the remaining “few” missions there, says Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Valery Gerasimov.
Iranian president hails Afghanistan’s vigilance against divisive plots
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called for efforts to restore calm to neighboring Afghanistan, hailing the Kabul government’s vigilance against divisive enemy plots in the region.
Tunisia MPs urge govt. to reject Saudi-backed Arab League statement
A group of Tunisian lawmakers have condemned a recent Arab League statement against Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Iran, calling on the Tunis government to withdraw its support for the Saudi-backed document.
Stress in pregnancy linked to changes in infant's nervous system
Maternal stress during the second trimester of pregnancy may influence the nervous system of the developing child, both before and after birth, and may have subtle effects on temperament, resulting in less smiling and engagement, as well as diminished ability to regulate emotions.
Moderate coffee drinking linked to health benefits
Drinking a moderate amount of coffee every day may be more likely to benefit health than to harm it, according to a study release by the University of Southampton.
Limit children's screentime to 90 mins a day to prevent obesity
Children who spend prolonged periods of time using technology are more prone to obesity, a new study suggested.
Iran's role in global energy market important: Veep
Iran's first vice president highlighted the role of Iran in shaping the global energy market.
German economy ‘going great guns’  as growth picks up further in November
Germany’s private sector shifted into an even higher gear in November as factories churned out goods at the fastest pace in nearly seven years, a survey showed, suggesting Europe’s biggest economy is firing on all cylinders.
Iraqi volunteer force hints will return return weapons to army after Daesh battle
An Iraqi volunteer military force, which heeded a government call to arms in 2014 to join the fight against Daesh, says it respects the decisions of the national army, hinting that it will act on an order to hand heavy arms back when the counter-terrorism battles end.
OPEC is in the dark about shale
OPEC will have to decide whether to extend global oil cuts without knowing whether they’re triggering a new flood of rival supply from US shale producers.
Heavy rainfall precedes outbreaks of mosquito-borne viruses
New research suggested outbreaks of mosquito-borne viruses Zika and Chikungunya tend to begin three weeks after heavy rainfall.
Artificial intelligence technology to become game-changer in future stock market
Artificial intelligence (AI) will become a game-changer of the stock market in the future as AI technology and machine learning are more extensively applied to data gathering and analysis, a high-ranking executive of a fast-growing US startup said.

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