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New Character of Tekken 6

Alisa Bosconovitch

Deep in the forests of Russia is a heavily guarded research facility-the Bosconovich Laboratory. This facility was highly valued by the Mishima Zaibatsu as a hub for the organization’s military equipment development.

The lowest level of the Bosconovich Lab houses a top-secret area in which a young girl was found sleeping in a clear capsule. Her name was Alisa Bosconovich-her surname an homage to the Lab’s founder and the facility’s mysterious effects on her development. There are no other details on her..

Marshaw Law

During The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5, Marshall Law’s illegal employment in Japan was detected, causing him to be deported resulting in his deportation back to the United States. The deadline to pay for his son’s accident was approaching, but Law had no means to deliver the cash and was completely out of ideas.

With money on his mind, Law received a timely invitation from his friend, Paul Phoenix, to team up in the next tournament. Although receiving the top prize money would be difficult to accomplish alone, the likelihood of doing so would be much higher if he was to team up with another fighter. After accepting Paul’s invitation, Law realized that three people would be even better than two, so he set his eyes on the world-famous boxer, Steve.

Lars Alexandersson

The Mishima Zaibatsu started a war against the world. The rise of the G Corporation opposition resulted in a global trail of carnage. In the fray, a large portion of the Zaibatsu’s special military unit, the Tekken Force, defected from the organization.

Lars Alexandersson led the coup d’etat and became a ranking officer in the Tekken Force at a fairly young age due, in part, to his renowned physical and mental ability. Despite this high rank, Lars often fought on the front lines, which made him quite popular among his subordinates. Only he knew the fact that he drew the Mishima bloodline through his father, Heihachi. Even Heihachi was not aware of this piece of information.

Eddy Gordor

Eddy failed to win The King of Iron Fist Tournament 5. He pleaded with Jin–who had become the new head of the Mishima Zaibatsu–to help him save his mentor. Jin agreed to help develop medical treatment for Eddy’s mentor in exchange for Eddy reporting directly to him as a part of the Tekken Force. Eddy knew nothing about the Tekken Force other than the fact that it was a private military outfit, but he agreed to join if it would save his mentor.

At once, Eddy became a member of the Tekken Force and carried out the Mishima Zaibatsu’s plans of destruction around the world. Even though he knew the consequences of his actions, Eddy was unable to leave the Tekken Force. When the Mishima Zaibatsu announced The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6, Eddy joined the tournament as a member of the Tekken Force in order to eliminate those who would threaten Jin.

Yoshimitsu

Yoshimitsu was following Bryan Fury to take revenge for his fallen comrade when he noticed a sinister aura emanating from the spirit sword. The weapon, by its nature, was in continuous pursuit of blood, driving its owner insane. Yoshimitsu had been suppressing the sword’s power by supplying it with the blood of the malicious and evil; however, it was becoming more difficult to maintain the sword’s balance.

Left unchecked, there was a chance the sword may cause chaos and destruction in its quest for a new owner. To prevent this from occurring, Yoshimitsu attained the Fumaken, a sword with the ability to contain the power of the evil sword. At the same time, he joined The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6, where evil energy collected, hoping to return the balance of the spirit sword to its more stable state.

Gates says famine is eroding N.K. military threat

in.reuters.com

Gates says famine is eroding N.K. military threat

WASHINGTON – july 17 – U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday that North Korea’s famine has reduced the threat posed by its armed forces.

“This is an army that’s starving,” Gates said at a town hall meeting with soldiers at the U.S. Army’s Fort Drum in upstate New York.

“The famine of the mid-1990s has affected the physical and even intellectual development of those that are now coming into the zone who would be eligible for military service,” he added.

The 1990s famine killed as many as 1 million of North Korea’s then 22 million people.

“This is a country whose conventional forces and capabilities are really, I think, declining.”

The U.S. defense chief’s comments follow months of heightened tension over North Korea, which has tested a nuclear weapon and test-fired missiles in defiance of international efforts to persuade Pyongyang to end its nuclear program.

“They are developing these nuclear weapons. They are developing longer-range missiles. We’re watching them very closely and I hope they don’t make any stupid mistakes,” Gates told his audience from the Army’s 10th Mountain Division.

North Korea’s harsh rhetoric has raised concern about the danger of a shootout along the Demilitarized Zone border with South Korea that could ignite a broader battle involving more than 1 million troops on both sides of the zone.

The United States has about 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea.

But Gates said an actual invasion by North Korea would be met by a South Korean military that has greatly expanded in size and capability in recent years.

“What you would see would be the South Koreans taking the bulk of the ground attack and our Navy and Air Force would be providing the principal strategic reserve in terms of supporting those operations,” he said.

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Prosecutors to resume their case in Hosni Mubarak’s trial

 Cairo (CNN) — Prosecutors are scheduled to continue their case Wednesday in the trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who is accused of ordering protesters killed during the country’s uprising last year.

The former president also faces corruption charges. He has pleaded not guilty.
Prosecutors started presenting their case Tuesday with their opening statements.
“Mubarak is a tyrant who aimed to hand the rule to his younger son Gamal, who promoted corruption in Egypt, allowing his friends and relatives to destroy the country without accountability,” Suleiman told the court, according to Khaled Abu Bakr, a civil rights lawyer involved in the trial.
As during his previous appearances, Mubarak was wheeled into the courtroom on a stretcher, with a green blanket draped over him.
After hearing Suleiman speak for an hour Tuesday, the judge adjourned the court until Wednesday.
Abu Bakr said he expected a verdict “before January 25, the anniversary of the revolution,” referring to the beginning of the uprising that ended Mubarak’s 30-year rule in February.
Many Egyptians are critical of the court proceedings and some worry that Mubarak may be acquitted of the murder charges. Five police officers accused of killing protesters were acquitted last week.
Mubarak’s health has been in question since his detention began in April after reports of his cancer and heart problems surfaced in the media.
Former Egyptian Interior Minister Habib El Adly, six of his aides and two of Mubarak’s sons are also on trial on a variety of charges.Sons Gamal and Alaa have also pleaded not guilty.

About 840 people died and more than 6,000 were wounded in the 18 days of uprising that toppled Mubarak, according to Amnesty International.

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