24 Apr 2017

South Korea develops missile with flight path-changing capability

“Against a backdrop of rising tension over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, South Korea has announced that development of a new, extended-range, shipborne land-attack missile has been completed, and the missile will now go into serial production later this year, to enter service in 2019.” Source: South Korea develops

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21 Apr 2017

CIA, FBI directors heading to secret spy alliance meeting in New Zealand

“Top U.S. intelligence officials, including CIA Director Mike Pompeo and FBI Director James Comey are reportedly heading to New Zealand this weekend for a secret gathering of the Five Eyes spying alliance, according to a report.” Source: CIA, FBI directors heading to secret spy alliance meeting in New Zealand: Report

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21 Apr 2017

North Korea warns of ‘super-mighty preemptive strike’ as U.S. plans next move

“North Korean state media warned the United States of a ‘super-mighty preemptive strike’ after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States was looking at ways to bring pressure to bear on North Korea over its nuclear programme.” Source: North Korea warns of ‘super-mighty preemptive strike’ as U.S.

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20 Apr 2017

Risk of Nuclear Accidents Growing, UN Research Group Says

“On Monday, the U.S. Defense Department commenced a new, massive study into its nuclear weapons arsenal, looking at how weapons are kept, how the U.S. would use them in war and whether they present an intimidating enough threat to other countries not to attack us. The review was mandated by

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13 Apr 2017

North Korea may be capable of sarin-tipped missiles: Japan PM

“North Korea may have the capacity to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve gas, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday, amid concerns that the reclusive state could soon conduct its sixth nuclear test or more missile launches.” Source: North Korea may be capable of sarin-tipped missiles: Japan PM

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13 Apr 2017

US Army Exploring ‘Devastating’ New Weapon For Use In War with Russia

“Were the United States to go to war with Russia, both sides could draw on deadly weapons the world has never seen on a battlefield. On the Russian side, there are new and smaller tactical nuclear weapons. To counter them, the U.S. Army is taking another look at a ‘devastating’ weapon it first

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09 Apr 2017

Oslo police destroy ‘bomb-like device’

“A ‘bomb-like’ device has been destroyed in a controlled explosion in central Oslo, police have said. Officers cordoned off a large part of the Gronland area on Saturday evening, before the bomb squad detonated the suspect device. A police spokesman said the noise was ‘louder’ than their explosives alone would

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07 Apr 2017

Stockholm truck crash: ‘Three dead and shots fired’ as lorry crashes into pedestrians

“Three people have been killed and shots have been fired after a truck ploughed into pedestrians in Stockholm, Swedish radio has reported. The incident was in Drottninggatan, a street in a busy shopping district in the centre of the Swedish capital.” Source: Stockholm truck crash: ‘Three dead and shots fired’

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06 Apr 2017

US-Mexico illegal border crossings fall to 17-year low

“The number of people arrested crossing the Mexico border into the US has fallen to the lowest level in 17 years. There were fewer than 17,000 arrests of undocumented migrants in March, the least since 2000, according to US Customs and Border Protection.” Source: US-Mexico illegal border crossings fall to

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06 Apr 2017

State Department Wants to Build A Biometric System for Mexico

“While Congress scrutinizes the White House’s plan for a border wall to keep out undocumented immigrants, another part of the federal government wants to build technology for the Mexican government. The State Department is gathering information on a biometric system, to be used for the government of Mexico, that could hook up

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