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Will the Pentagon's next war be 3-D printed?

Wars are often won or lost based more on logistics than on strategy. That's why the US military is looking into printing its supplies on the battlefield. Meanwhile, Britain has ended the evolution vs. creationism debate in its schools. Guess which won? And we tell about an Iranian soldier who could save Iraq. That and more, in today's Global Scan.

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Hamas targets Israelis with a 'pop song' — that promises their death and destruction

Hamas has been increasingly active in its current campaign against Israel. Now it has taken to social media to continue its attack on Israelis, releasing one of its battle songs in Hebrew. Meanwhile, residents of North and South Korea are collaborating to create a dictionary that will resolve linguistic differences, and the Taliban is rebuking "extremist" jihadi groups. That and more in today's Global Scan.

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In a Scotland village, skipping rocks is more than just a hobby. It’s a tourist attraction

The picturesque village of Ermatingen in northern Switzerland has acquired a reputation for being a boring holiday resort. So the locals decided to liven things up a bit by holding a "world stone skimming championship." Only problem was, an island in Scotland already holds an annual competition by that name, and it has a limitless supply of skimming stones.

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