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MADRID Blank USA Jersey , July 25 (Xinhua) -- Real Madrid are set to smash the world record transfer fee and pay 180 million euros for Monaco's 18-year-old French international striker, Kylian Mbappe, according to sources in the Spanish press.

According to Spanish sports paper 'Marca', the transfer would see Madrid make an initial down payment of 160 million euros, with a further 20 million in 'add-ons' as Mbappe continues his Madrid career.

If the deal goes through, it would smash the current 105 million that Manchester United spent to sign Paul Pogba last summer, although the world record may not last for long if Paris Saint Germain push ahead with their attempts to buy Barcelona striker, Neymar Junior for a possible 222 million euros.

Marca say Mbappe will sign a six-year deal and earn an estimated seven million euros a season.

The teenage striker had a sensational breakout year in the 2016-17 season, helping Monaco to an unexpected semi-final place in last season's Champions League and he was the object of desire of several other clubs, including Manchester City.

The departure of Alvaro Morata to Chelsea for around 60 million euros leaves Madrid looking for another striker, but although Morata was willing in the short term to wait his chance, it is unlikely Mbappe will be willing to do the same.

So if the deal does happen, the future of either Gareth Bale or Karim Benzema could be on the line between now and the end of August.

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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2 (Xinhua) -- Local police Wednesday said they will "close monitor" the surroundings of the Chinese Consulate General here to ensure the safety of the consulate office building and diplomatic staff.

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) made the remarks after Tuesday's shooting incident outside the Consulate General.

A security guard of the consulate said the shooting incident occurred at about 6 am local time Tuesday. A gunman, in his 60s, shot at least 17 bullets before killing himself in his car.

No one was injured in the shooting incident. There are six obvious bullet holes in the consulate building, with one on the metal address plate of the building, two on the facade near surveillance cameras and three in the windows.

It was not immediately clear if the gunman had any political motive, police said.

"Why he did it and what he did still are on going investigation, so we would not know," Tony Im, LAPD public information officer, told Xinhua in a phone interview.

"Police department put a security hold on the case, so no information or his identity is being released at this time," Ed Winter, assistant chief of operations for the coroner's office, told Xinhua.

"They don't want any information out, so we can't discuss it," Winter added.

On Tuesday, the consulate general expressed serious concerns about the incident and urged U.S. authorities to take necessary measures to protect the safety of the consulate office building and Chinese diplomatic staff.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. Air Force launched an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) early Wednesday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

The Minuteman III missile, the only U.S. land-based ICBM in service, was fired at 2:10 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (0910 GMT) from Vandenberg Air Force Base, located nearly 130 miles (209 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles in western coast of the United States.

It's the fourth Minuteman III ICBM launched from Vandenberg this year.

The ICBM, equipped with a single test reentry vehicle, traveled approximately 4,200 miles (6,759 kilometers) to the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean.

The reentry vehicle contained a telemetry package used for operational testing.

"While not a response to recent North Korean actions, the test demonstrates that the United States' nuclear enterprise is safe, secure, effective and ready to be able to deter, detect and defend against attacks on the United States and its allies," said the U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command in a statement on its official website.

The U.S. ICBM community, including the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and U.S. Strategic Command, uses data collected from test launches for continuing force development evaluation.

The ICBM test launch program demonstrates the operational capability of the Minuteman III and ensures the United States' ability to maintain a strong, credible nuclear deterrent as a key element of U.S. national security and the security of U.S. allies and partners, the statement said.

There are about 450 Minuteman III ICBMs in service in the United States. U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command routinely conducts ICBM test launches from Vandenberg to validate the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system.

The latest ICBM test of U.S. Air Force comes amid growing tensions between the United States and Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), only days after a successful test-firing of an intercontinental ballistic missile by DPKR last Friday.

The Missile Defense Agency of the United States successfully test fired an interceptor missile on May 30 which is designed to shoot incoming missile over Pacific from Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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