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After North Korea’s denuclearisation has failed, who can bring it back to the negotiation table? | Jiyoung Song
After claiming the latest nuclear test a success, Pyongyang will wait for offers from its neighbours. But internationally there’s no appetite for peaceful dialoguesPyongyang claims that it’s had a “complete success” for its testing of hydrogen bombs, the sixth nuclear test. Seismologists detected 5.7-6.3 magnitude of a man-made earthquake on Sunday. Both South Korean and US government sources confirmed that there was an underground test near Kilju, Punggye-ri in North Hamgyong where the last five nuclear tests were conducted.This is less than a week after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan and three weeks after it threatened to attack the US territory Guam. Pyongyang’s aim is to complete its nuclear status by the end of the year. The regime says its nuclear power would protect the country from the US aggression. The North’s nuclear program, according to them, is for their self-defence and deterrence from US invasion. Continue reading…
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Add / Remove There is only so much you can tell about a place from the description in a guide book. We have already seen a Turkish startup offer potential visitors remote smartphone tours from locals, and now TripGlimpse is also enabling tourists to preview their destination via an interactive map and curated video footage. TripGlimpse is an online platform consisting of an interactive map and a database of video content. Prospective travelers can browse the map for a city they are interested in. Once they have chosen one, they click on it and are shown a more detailed map, with videos placed according to geolocation. Each icon links to a YouTube video and is accompanied by a short description of the landmark. There are also interactive links to videos of hotels, so that users can preview potential accommodation and seamlessly book one that they like the look of. How else could video be used to help people preview experiences? Website: www.tripglimpse.com Contact: email@example.com The post Interactive map links to destination videos for visitors appeared first on Springwise.
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This weekend, we visited friends in the North Fork, the laid-back waterfront towns along the top of Long Island, with rocky beaches, oyster stands and a giant carousel.… Read more
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Republican efforts to dismantle U.S. health care unfairly target one gender
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Joanna and Mark Butler became business owners of Tutor Doctor, Berkshire three years ago – they now work with 120 tutors……In Franchise news
In its move to patch a security hole as part of the iOS 10.3 release, Apple has introduced (yet) another redirection mechanism that developers must handle when attempting to implement mobile deep-link routing (i.e. the mechanism to route users to a specific page inside a mobile app, rather than the App Store or app home page).
This redirection instance has introduced additional friction to the app download and reopening process, and data shows that it has decreased conversion rates on iOS 10.3. This post examines the issue in detail and discusses solutions to help developers fix it.The post The iOS 10.3 Security Alert Is Killing App Store Downloads: Here’s How To Fix It appeared first on Smashing Magazine.