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North Korea: Missile Bases Suggest a Great Deception

North Korea is moving ahead with its ballistic missile program at 16 hidden bases that have been identified in new commercial satellite images, a network long known to American intelligence agencies but left undiscussed as President Trump claims to have neutralized the North’s nuclear threat. By – David E. Sanger and William J. Broad Scroll 4Video The satellite images suggest that the North ...

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Iranian Intel Suspected in Attacks on Individuals in Denmark

Danish police announced the arrest of a Norwegian citizen with an Iranian background in connection with the case. At the same time, Norwegian police confirmed they were assisting Danish law enforcement on the issue. By – Europe Danish police reported that the Iranian intelligence services were suspected of an attempted attack on individuals in Denmark, adding that a Norwegian citizen with the Iranian background ...

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Iranian Official: Women Will Not Be Allowed Into Soccer Stadiums Again

Yesterday, Iran put together a cheap little PR stunt in order to pretend the government cares about its wildly retrograde prohibition against women attending live soccer matches by allowing a handpicked selection of ladies to enter Azadi Stadium to watch a friendly match between Iran and Bolivia. By – Billy Haisley However, Iranian officials couldn’t even keep up the charade long enough for ...

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The Sweden’s Afghan bluff, and how bluff is called out.

Now that the Afghan law has been investigated at the highest courts and it’s in full force, is time to check who these 9000 ”alone came youths” actually are and now given a second chance in Sweden. What are the statistics saying about these young people? By – Juhani Berg Expressen checked the facts already in the spring and the stats ...

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Volvo halts Iran truck assembly due to U.S. sanctions

Swedish truckmaker AB Volvo has stopped assembling trucks in Iran because U.S. sanctions are preventing it from being paid, a spokesman for the company said on Monday. By – Esha Vaish The sanctions against Iran, reimposed on Aug. 6 by U.S. President Donald Trump after his decision to pull out of a nuclear deal with Tehran, have forced companies across Europe ...

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Google staff discussed ways to tweak search results to counter Trump’s travel ban

Emails between Google employees appear to show them discussing ways to alter the company’s search engine algorithm so that results pages detailed ways of countering President Donald Trump’s travel ban, after his administration restricted immigration from several Middle Eastern and African countries in January 2017. By – Lucy Handley The messages, seen by the Wall Street Journal, discussed ways to “leverage” the search algorithm to counter “Islamophobic, algorithmically-biased ...

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Västerås’s police intelligence: The city is taken over by Salafist Muslim

The “vulnerable” area of ​​Pettersberg in Västerås is one of many in Sweden, That transformed into an ethnic enclave for migrants and the center of Muslim radicalization in the traces of the immigrant immigration policy.  By – Brünnhilde The police in Västerås are concerned of the development and the crime that the radical groups are committed, to influence all residents to ...

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U.S. Warns Russia It Will Hit Assad If He Uses Chemical Arms

The U.S. has told Russia it is ready to take strong military action against Syria if President Bashar al-Assad uses chemical weapons to recapture one of his country’s last rebel-held areas, according to four people familiar with the discussions. By – Margaret Talev & Jennifer Jacobs  U.S. officials say they have information Assad may be planning a chemical attack in the northwestern ...

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NSA Cracked Open Encrypted Networks of Russian Airlines, Al Jazeera, and Other “High Potential” Targets

THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY successfully broke the encryption on a number of “high potential” virtual private networks, including those of media organization Al Jazeera, the Iraqi military and internet service organizations, and a number of airline reservation systems, according to a March 2006 NSA document. By – Micah Lee A virtual private network, or VPN, uses an encrypted connection to enable users to ...

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Iran’s regime falling apart

Despite his critics, President Trump is serious in his efforts to squeeze Iran’s economy as much and as fast as possible. Trump intends to make the Islamic regime fall on its own via crippling sanctions. Iranians are swarming for U.S. dollars as Iran’s currency, the rial, plunges to historic lows amid economic and political uncertainty. The rial has lost one ...

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