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Total War: Warhammer II Patch Notes - Tomb Kings Update Patch Notes and Reworking Bretonnia

Added: 19.01.2018 15:07 | 0 views | 0 comments

From GameWatcher: "Total War: Warhammer II continues its predecessor knack for mixing Games Workshop fantasy world with Total War's long-standing strategy formula, delivering an incredible spectacle of fantasy combat. Uniting magic and heroes with large fielded armies, Warhammer II brings together thousands of troops on screen with the unique appeal of large mythological creatures on the battlefield, creating an exciting experience that should definitely be applied to other IPs."

From: n4g.com

[Interview] The Voice of the North American D.Va of Overwatch, Charlet Chung

Added: 15.01.2018 21:42 | 0 views | 0 comments

Invenglobal: "As an ex-professional StarCraft player recruited for her skills and quick thinking, D.Va dove into the Overwatch battlefield. She has many iconic catch phrases like "Nerf this!" and "I play to win!" There's no denying the charm present in D.Va's voice, which captures both the confidence and brightness of her personality. Charlet Chung, the voice actress for D.Va, is just as charming as the character herself - and I'm not just talking about her looks. As we spoke with her, she carried the conversation with a distinct merriment and we were able to experience the depth of her acting and charm in person."

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New Details for Apex Construct Coming from Former Battlefield and Mirrors Edge Developers

Added: 13.01.2018 5:03 | 0 views | 0 comments

You'll be able to play the game on PlayStation VR very soon, with other HMDs supported after.

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All Battlefield 1 Operations Are Now Open to All Players, No Premium Pass Required

Added: 12.01.2018 22:10 | 1 views | 0 comments

To help keep the Operations mode servers populated, DICE is giving all players access to new maps.

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Russia's EXPLOSIVE war games: Thousands of troops simulate ATTACK in huge drills

Added: 12.01.2018 15:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

RUSSIA has sparked fears of a potential war looming as thousands of troops simulated a deadly attack during huge military drills. Pictures from the Khmelyovka training ground show soldiers in a massive range of war scenarios, including detonating weapons on the battlefield.

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Forged Battalion - Early Access Impressions | Gamereactor

Added: 12.01.2018 7:03 | 0 views | 0 comments

Petroglyph returns to a familiar battlefield.

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Desperate search for victims after Calif. mudslides

Added: 11.01.2018 18:56 | 1 views | 0 comments

Local sheriff compares landscape to battlefield, with mud, boulders, wrecked cars, trashed buildings, tree limbs all around

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Netanyahu: Israel helped stop terror attacks on planes in Europe

Added: 11.01.2018 14:41 | 3 views | 0 comments


Israeli intelligence has helped stop terrorists from using civilian aeroplanes in Europe to carry out major attacks “of the worst kind”, Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday.  The Israeli prime minister told a group of ambassadors from Nato countries that his nation’s intelligence agencies had “helped save many European” lives by passing on warnings of jihadist plots.  He did not give details of the thwarted attacks but said they “involve civil aviation”.  “We have, through our intelligence services, provided information that has stopped several dozen major terrorist attacks, many of them in European countries. Some of these could have been mass attacks, of the worst kind that you have experienced on the soil of Europe and even worse, because they involve civil aviation,” Mr Netanyahu said.  Israel has a formidable intelligence apparatus and Mr Netanyahu often uses his country’s intelligence gathering capabilities as a calling card as he tries to improve Israel’s diplomatic standing around the world. He speaks often about how countries that were once hostile to the Jewish state now seek out its help in the fields of both intelligence and technology.  Jihadist groups remain determined to try to smuggle bombs aboard civilian aircraft, according to assessments by both Western and Israeli intelligence agencies.  Perhaps the most dangerous bomb makers are Al-Qaeda’s Yemeni affiliate, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).  The group was behind a failed plot to smuggle bombs into printer cartridges and get them aboard cargo planes in 2010. One bomb was discovered at East Midlands Airport in Leicestershire and another in Dubai.  The plot was foiled after Saudi Arabia intelligence chief tipped off the US.  A forensic officer removes a package from a UPS container at East Midlands Airport in Castle Donington in 2010 Credit: REUTERS/Darren Staples AQAP was also behind the failed “underpants bombing”, when a young Nigerian man named Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab nearly blew up a flight to Detroit on Christmast Day 2009.  Mr Netanyahu said that Israel was helping Europe by preventing the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) from setting up “an alternative territorial base” in the Egyptian Sinai desert following their battlefield defeats in Iraq and Syria.  The jihadist group has a presence in the Sinai and has carried out deadly attacks against both Egyptian civilians and security forces. Israel has carried out strikes against the group in Sinai and shared intelligence with Egyptian forces as they battle the jihadists.  He told ambassadors that Israel was also working to prevent Iran consolidating its position in Syria. “This is dangerous for you too because the conquest of the Middle East by Iran would eventually effect all of your interests,” he said. 

Crews search for survivors, bodies after mudslides

Added: 11.01.2018 12:01 | 1 views | 0 comments

California sheriff compares landscape to battlefield, with boulders, wrecked cars, trashed buildings all around

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Netanyahu: Israel helped stop terror attacks on planes in Europe

Added: 11.01.2018 9:24 | 2 views | 0 comments


Israeli intelligence has helped stop terrorists from using civilian aeroplanes in Europe to carry out major attacks “of the worst kind”, Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday.  The Israeli prime minister told a group of ambassadors from Nato countries that his nation’s intelligence agencies had “helped save many European” lives by passing on warnings of jihadist plots.  He did not give details of the thwarted attacks but said they “involve civil aviation”.  “We have, through our intelligence services, provided information that has stopped several dozen major terrorist attacks, many of them in European countries. Some of these could have been mass attacks, of the worst kind that you have experienced on the soil of Europe and even worse, because they involve civil aviation,” Mr Netanyahu said.  Israel has a formidable intelligence apparatus and Mr Netanyahu often uses his country’s intelligence gathering capabilities as a calling card as he tries to improve Israel’s diplomatic standing around the world. He speaks often about how countries that were once hostile to the Jewish state now seek out its help in the fields of both intelligence and technology.  Jihadist groups remain determined to try to smuggle bombs aboard civilian aircraft, according to assessments by both Western and Israeli intelligence agencies.  Perhaps the most dangerous bomb makers are Al-Qaeda’s Yemeni affiliate, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).  The group was behind a failed plot to smuggle bombs into printer cartridges and get them aboard cargo planes in 2010. One bomb was discovered at East Midlands Airport in Leicestershire and another in Dubai.  The plot was foiled after Saudi Arabia intelligence chief tipped off the US.  A forensic officer removes a package from a UPS container at East Midlands Airport in Castle Donington in 2010 Credit: REUTERS/Darren Staples AQAP was also behind the failed “underpants bombing”, when a young Nigerian man named Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab nearly blew up a flight to Detroit on Christmast Day 2009.  Mr Netanyahu said that Israel was helping Europe by preventing the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) from setting up “an alternative territorial base” in the Egyptian Sinai desert following their battlefield defeats in Iraq and Syria.  The jihadist group has a presence in the Sinai and has carried out deadly attacks against both Egyptian civilians and security forces. Israel has carried out strikes against the group in Sinai and shared intelligence with Egyptian forces as they battle the jihadists.  He told ambassadors that Israel was also working to prevent Iran consolidating its position in Syria. “This is dangerous for you too because the conquest of the Middle East by Iran would eventually effect all of your interests,” he said. 

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