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Aljazeera: US Marines declare F-35 squadron ready for combat, $1 trillion later
U.S. Marine Corps Commandant General Joseph Dunford has declared an initial squadron of 10 Lockheed Martin Corp F-35B fighter jets ready for combat, marking a key milestone for the Pentagon's biggest weapons program, the Pentagon said Friday.
AOL: People With This Personality Type Are Most Likely to Be Unemployed
(Business Insider) A new report from Truity Psychometrics, a provider of online personality and career assessments, found that, overall, being a "Perceiver" significantly predicts your tendency to be jobless.
Huffington Post: Aquino's Legacy in the Philippines
Many may not realize it, but Bloomberg predicts that the Philippines will be the second fastest growing economy in the world in 2015 -- a stunning achievement for a country that has for many years been considered an under performer.
Channel News Asia: Japan, Philippines to hold first naval drill in South China Sea
Japan and the Philippines will hold their first joint naval drill this month in the South China Sea near a disputed shoal claimed by Beijing, sources in Tokyo and the Philippines said.
BBC: Japan's Mitsubishi makes prisoners of war apology
Japan's Mitsubishi corporation has made a landmark apology for using US prisoners of war as forced labour during World War Two.
BBC: What's the best way to fight memory loss?
We'd all like to about keep our brains as sharp as possible as we age. But what are the best ways to do this, asks Michael Mosley.
CNN: How human trafficking victims can fight back
Cecilia Flores-Oebanda: We have built up a national youth movement against trafficking called iFight. Together with survivors turned advocates, we visit schools across the country to mobilize young people to play a greater role in the fight. With close to 2 million iFighters, we are in a stronger position to increase awareness of trafficking and demand more protection for vulnerable people.
CNBC: Taiwan courts tech startups to drive economic growth
Reuters: In a bid to stabilise trade and make the economy more "creativity intensive", the NDC a year ago set up HeadStart, a project dedicated to creating a local Silicon Valley by relaxing regulations for registering start-ups, matching funds invested into projects and creating tech hubs.
NYTimes: With Ban on Exports Lifted, Japan Arms Makers Cautiously Market Wares Abroad
New York Times - Some of Japan?s biggest companies, best known for motorcycles, washing machines and laptop computers, are pitching a new line of global products: military hardware. Quiet-running attack submarines. Amphibious search-and-rescue planes. Ship-mounted radar systems that use lasers to help pinpoint approaching enemies.
WSJ: Japan May Join U.S. in South China Sea Patrols
Troops from Japan?s navy have been conducting joint drills this week with the Philippine navy around Palawan Island, just a few hundred kilometers from the Spratly Islands, which are at the heart of a territorial dispute between Beijing and Manila.
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