06 Oct 2022

Russian Missiles Hit Civilian Targets in Southeastern Ukraine

Early this morning, Russian missiles struck the city center of the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia, killing at least one person. Ukraine’s security forces are currently reclaiming more territory from Moscow, senior Ukrainian officials have reported. The airstrike consisted of at least seven missiles that his a series of apartment buildings.

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04 Oct 2022

Russian Hackers Take Aim at Kremlin Targets

Russian threat actors are currently launching cyberattacks against Kremlin targets located inside Russia. The Kyiv Post claims to have spoken to members of the National Republican Army, a Russian hacking outfit, confirming the attacks. The cyberattacks are likely in retaliation for what the threat actors view as an unnecessary war

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26 Sep 2022

Russian Military-Recruitment Centers Attacked Amid Mobilization Pushback

Last week, Russia announced plans to mobilize 300,000 individuals to fight in the ware against Ukraine. Tensions have grown since the announcement after two military recruitment centers were attacked. In addition, lines of draft-age men have accumulated at Russia’s borders and in airports as the men attempt to leave the

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26 Sep 2022

Details of Over 300,000 Russian Reservists Leaked, Anonymous Claims

Hacktivist group Anonymous claims to have leaked the personal data of roughly 300,000 individuals mobilized by the Russian government to fight against Ukraine. The group posted a message to Twitter last week alleging that it was able to hack into the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense and leak

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20 Sep 2022

Unrest Turns Deadly in West Bank as Palestinian Authority’s Grip Loosens

Earlier this week, Palestinian Authority security forces reportedly clashed with armed groups protesting unrest in the city of Nablus. The individuals were reportedly throwing stones as the unrest has intensified in the West Bank amid a series of Israeli raids and arrests of militants. The conflict left at least one

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20 Sep 2022

Five people killed in Iran in protests over death of woman in police custody, human rights group says

Five people have died at the hands of Iranian security forces due to protests that erupted over the death of female prisoner Mahsa Amini. Amini was being held in police custody for roughly a week before her death, which Iranian authorities have classified as a heart attack. Human rights monitor

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10 Aug 2022

China says Taiwan military drills are over after Pelosi visit

China has announced that a week of military drills that occurred around Taiwan are finished following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the self-governing island. China’s military announced that the sea and air operations were successful. These groups have vowed to keep patrolling the Taiwan Strait, threatening Taiwan’s sense of autonomy. Nancy

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09 Aug 2022

Israel Reopens Gaza Crossing as Cease-Fire Holds

On Monday, Israel reopened the Kerem Shalom crossing, allowing trucks carrying fuel and vital goods to enter into Palestinian areas after a cease-fire was agreed upon. The cease-fire ended three days of intense fighting during which Palestinians endured casualties. Kerem Shalom is the only commercial crossing located in Gaza, and

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29 Jul 2022

Mali military says 15 soldiers, three civilians killed in separate ‘terrorist’ attacks

On Wednesday, Mali suffered from three separate terrorist attacks in which security forces reportedly killed scores of attackers. The attacks targeted towns and military outposts. During the incidents, six soldiers were killed and another 25 were injured. in addition, Malian soldiers killed 48 attackers and destroyed three vehicles containing weapons

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21 Jul 2022

Ukraine Faces Shortfall in Weapons as It Gears Up for First Major Counteroffensive

The Ukrainian military is gearing up for a new offensive along the southern front, looking to reclaim regions near the Black Sea coast. This area is critical to the country’s security and economy. However, the country is facing a weapons shortage that is impacting its ability to fight off Russian

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