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Spider News Digest: 12/5/2017

The death of Yemen’s strongman sets the stage for even more chaos (The Washington Post): Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh dominated the political life of his country for close to four decades. He was president for 33 years and survived the 2011 upheavals that rocked the Arab world, stepping down after political negotiations while autocrats elsewhere... Continue Reading →

Spider News Digest: 4/12/2017

War With North Korea: Chances Are 'Increasing Every Day' As Kim Gets Better With Weapons, McMaster Says (Newsweek): The chances of a war with North Korea are “increasing every day” as Kim Jong Un’s regime just keeps getting better at weapons tests, national security adviser H.R. McMaster said Saturday. Speaking only days after North Korea’s... Continue Reading →

Spider News Digest: 12/2/2017

72 new galaxies revealed by European telescope (CBC News):  An innovative instrument on a telescope in Chile has discovered 72 previously hidden galaxies dating back 13 billion years, shortly after the formation of the universe. The galaxies were discovered with the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) on the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT)... Continue Reading →

Spider News Digest 12/1/2017

Bottle that Croatian war criminal drank from in court before dying contained 'chemical substance,' tests show (CBC News):  A deadly chemical was in the container that a Croatian war criminal took a swig from shortly before dying, a Dutch prosecutor said Thursday, as an independent investigation into the dramatic death of Slobodan Praljak continued. "There... Continue Reading →

Spider News Digest 11/28/2017

  Japan detects radio signals pointing to possible North Korea missile test: source (Reuters): TOKYO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japan has detected radio signals suggesting North Korea may be preparing for another ballistic missile launch, although such signals are not unusual and satellite images did not show fresh activity, a Japanese government source said on Tuesday. After... Continue Reading →

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