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Russia has vowed not to shoot dozens of polar bears terrorising an Arctic town amid fears a plan to relocate the predators will end in disaster.

Russia vows not to shoot dozens of polar bears after they invaded an Arctic town

Islamist protesters (pictured protesting her in November 2018) have called for the 53-year-old to be lynched. One said: 'She deserves to be murdered, according to Shariah'.

‘Do not compromise the Prophet’s honour!’: Islamic hardliners call for protests in Pakistan following Christian woman’s blasphemy acquittal amid claims ‘powerful people want her DEAD’

Asia Bibi is expected to seek asylum abroad. In November, Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau said his country was in talks with Pakistan about helping her.

Pakistani woman acquitted of blasphemy now free to leave country after court dismisses petition

Kiyomura Corp. owner Kiyoshi Kimura, right, poses with the bluefin tuna he made a winning bid at the annual New Year auction, in front of his Sushi Zanmai restaurant in Tokyo Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019.

Japanese ‘Tuna King’ pays record $3M for prized bluefin Tuna at famed Tokyo fish auction

Chinese police patrol in front of the Canadian embassy in Beijing on December 14, 2018.

Chinese court orders new trial for Canadian in drug case.

Japan is an exceedingly wealthy country with a large, robust, and technologically sophisticated shipbuilding industry. If it wants to supersede the Izumos with larger, more capable carriers then it can do so; the only obstacles are political.

There Is Only 1 Thing Stopping Japan from Building Real Aircraft Carriers

At least 33 listed companies are turning to selling property for cash, according to stock exchange filings.

China’s cash-starved companies offer their prized assets at garage sales to dress up their books and avoid stock market expulsion.

The potential modification of the ships could turn them from Self defence to military-ready weapons.

World War 3: China warns Japan over plan to convert aircraft carriers for fighter jets

This undated handout photo released to AFP on November 1, 2018 via the UK charity British Pakistani Christian Association shows a portrait of Asia Bibi, who had been on death row in Pakistan since 2010.

Protests in Pakistan delay release of Christian woman acquitted after being sentenced to death for blasphemy.

The gunfire in Kandahar City killed the region’s powerful police chief, Gen. Abdul Raziq, as well as the provincial governor and intelligence chief.

In devastating strike, Taliban assassinates entire top Kandahar leadership as U.S. general narrowly escapes harm.

Telling off: The head of GRU, Col-Gen Igor Korobov, 62, reportedly emerged shaken and in sudden 'ill health' after being given a dressing down by the President himself.

Head of the GRU is in ‘ill health’ after furious dressing down from Putin about the ‘morons’ behind the novichok attack – as second spy is revealed to be Russian military doctor.

The agreement to clear mines, the first such effort since the early 2000s, was among a package of tension-easing deals struck by the Koreas' defense chiefs on the sidelines of a leaders' summit last month in Pyongyang.

Two Koreas Begin Removing DMZ Mines to Ease Military Tensions

The problem with camouflaging bad loans by mixing them in with good ones is that no one will want to buy any of them — thus creating the illiquidity you're trying to avoid.

Implosion of China’s P2P Lending Boom Hits Consumer Spending