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Saudi Arabia, Medical Implants, China

Dated: 3 Sep 2014
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Saudi Arabia : Saudi Arabia arrested 88 people on suspicion of planning to carry out terrorist attacks both in the kingdom and abroad. The Saudi monarch, King Abdullah, warned on Saturday that terrorist groups would attack the West unless the international community acted with collective “power and speed” to stop them.  The king didn’t specify any organization, but said he was “certain that after a month they will reach Europe and, after another month, America.” Hours before the Saudi government’s announcement of the arrests, gunmen carried out an attack on a gas pipeline in the kingdom’s oil-rich Eastern Province, said an official at state-owned Saudi Aramco. The pipeline was quickly repaired, and gas and oil production were unaffected.  Tuesday’s attack marked the first reported assault on energy infrastructure in the kingdom since 2006.

Medical Implants: A team of engineers at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, created filament extruders that can make medical-quality 3D printing filaments using off-the-shelf 3D printers to fabricate custom medical implants or catheters containing antibacterial and chemotherapeutic compounds for targeted drug delivery. They say their custom 3D print filaments can be made of bioplastics, which can be resorbed by the body.

China: When an armed Chinese fighter jet recently buzzed a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft over international waters in the South China Sea, it was just the latest in a series of low-level confrontations between the two militaries. With the recent expansion of the ADIZ and their power grab in Hong Kong, it is believed by some analysts that China is borrowing a page from Russia’s playbook, that being a drive for territorial expansion and influence since Western Europe and the US are perceived as unable to contain their geopolitical ambitions.

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