A Chinese team got kicked out of the Military World Games in China after accusations of "extensive cheating" from six European nations.

On Monday, China took gold, silver, and fourth place in the women's Middle Distance orienteering challenge in Wuhan, as well as silver in the men's event.

But their celebrations were short-lived.

"The Middle Distance competition was unfortunately overshadowed by extensive cheating by the Chinese team," the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) said in a press release.

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A video shows the inside of a U.S. military camp overtaken by Russian mercenaries working with Syrian forces, shortly after American troops abandoned it.

U.S. forces left the Manbij camp in northern Syria early Tuesday following an October 6 directive from President Donald Trump to leave a coalition with the Syrian Defense Forces (SDF) fighting ISIS. A spokesman for the U.S. operation confirmed the departure on Tuesday.

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Yikes (Twitter/Firas al-Sarrai)

A video shot by a YouTuber in the center of deadly protests in Iraq appears to show a rocket-propelled grenade flying narrowly over his head.

The video was posted from the Sadr City suburb of Baghdad on Sunday night by Firas al-Sarrai, a popular Iraqi Instagram and YouTube personality.

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A U.S.-made F16 jet fighter takes off for a training exercise during military exercises in Taitung County, eastern Taiwan. (Associated Press/ Chiang Ying-ying)

A Belgian F-16 fighter pilot was stuck dangling from a live electricity line outside a rural French town after the jet crashed and they ejected from the plane.

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The "Shard" bomb-drone on show at DSEI 2019. (Business Insider/Bill Bostock)

An underwater drone which moves like a squid and can explode on command was one of the stranger weapons on display at a massive arms fair in London this week.

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A still from a behind-the-scenes video of ISIS recruits in Yemen reaffirming their vows. (Hidaya Media/Twitter/Elisabeth Kendall)

A new video of ISIS recruits trying to pledge their allegiance to the caliphate shows a recruit fluffing his lines and being interrupted by screeching bird calls.

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