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originally posted by: Zaphod58
Japan appears to be an extremist attack using rockets.
Cole described it as a "high energy" explosion. As of Friday night, a cause for the explosion has yet to be determined.
During wartime, one of the most effective weapons in any country’s arsenal is sabotage: attacking the war engine itself by crippling key supplies, manufacturing, strategic locations and even logistic routes.
Saboteurs are not always an obvious and visible enemy. Many are underground agents, unconnected to official military authorities. More often than not, though, they have been trained and unofficially sanctioned by intelligence agencies or senior members of the armed forces.
The German government turned to sabotage during World War I in an attempt to thwart U.S. trade with Europe. German agents working on U.S. soil targeted munitions factories and plants producing goods to be shipped to help the Allied troops on the battlefields of Europe.
Highway fatalities have generally decreased every year, but for some reason this year the number of fatalities is a whopping 14% higher than it was during the same time period last year.