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North Korea got booted off Facebook. At least that’s what Bloomberg is reporting. But the account in question is alive and well.

The BBC reports that a French town might have been subjected to deliberate LSD poisoning leading to the death of five citizens in 1951.

Nigerian airlines can now fly directly to the United States, reports Reuters. What could’ve driven the Nigerians to improve standards was the case of the Underwear Bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. Cape Verde is one of five other African countries that already had good-enough standards to run direct flights to the US.

Defense News reports Qinetiq’s Zephyr Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to have broken several records, including one for endurance flight. It stayed in the air for more than two weeks.

Wired takes a look at satellite pictures of Pakistan’s devastating floods.

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh is a journalist based in New Delhi, India who has worked in print, television as well as internet news media. Besides defense and strategy, his past assignments have ranged from reporting terror strikes to elections. He has studied journalism and law at the University of Delhi. 

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