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get in the sea

And the award for Most Shocking Headline of the Day goes to…

Revelation after revelation.

EVERY SO OFTEN, you see a newspaper headline that truly shocks you.

Quentin Sommerville, Middle East correspondent for the BBC, tweeted this intriguing one from an unnamed newspaper this morning:

Tweet by @Quentin Sommerville Quentin Sommerville / Twitter Quentin Sommerville / Twitter / Twitter

China may be using sea to hide its submarines



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