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South Korea, US choose Seongju as THAAD site

South Korea, US choose Seongju as THAAD site

The argument is that the THAAD system in Seongju will be deployed to intercept North Korea's Nodong and Musudan medium-range ballistic missiles. According to military officials, the THAAD battery in Seongju will place the main US military bases in Pyeongtaek and Daegu within its operational range which will reach as far as Gyeryongdae, Chungcheongnam-do Province, where South Korea's military headquarters is located.


Man in New Zealand quits his job to play Pokemon Go full

Man in New Zealand quits his job to play Pokemon Go full

Tom Currie , a 24-year-old former barista and bartender, will now embark on a two-month tour of his country in an attempt to snag all 151 creatures. Currie has been on the road for a week now and already bagged 90 of the original 151 Pokémon .



BBB concerned over Pokemon Go app

Depending on how the rollout has gone in Germany, the United Kingdom could be the next stop for the Google Play Store and Apple App Store to be updated . You'll find the same Pokemon pop up time and time again, especially common creatures such as Pidgey and Rattata. Since then, the Pokémon Company, Google and Nintendo have invested up to $30m in Niantic to develop Pokemon Go .



Margot Robbie's psychological study of Jared Leto

The anticipated " Suicide Squad " stars Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn , Will Smith as Deadshot, and Jared Leto as The Joker . Now, Margot Robbie - who plays Harley Quinn - has featured in a new promo video, which was aired at the star-studded 2016 ESPY Awards.



Bishop praises Boris Johnson for appointment

He also said that United States democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton looked like "a sadistic nurse in a mental hospital" and wrote a poem about Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan having sex with a goat. Moreover, May is seen as tougher on immigration generally than her predecessor, David Cameron, whose unwise pledge to slash immigration - about which he then did little - was a major factor in undermining his political credibility.



Will Bill Shorten block the same-sex marriage plebiscite?

Earlier Mr Shorten said although counting was still underway, it was clear the Prime Minister would form either a minority or majority government. Shorten, who had previously indicated he would not concede until the coalition officially won 76 seats, said he could not be prouder of Labour.