Author: John Wilkinson

Haiti President Killed In Home By Armed Attackers

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in his Port-au-Prince home by a squad of armed men during the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 7th. Moïse’s wife was wounded during the attack and is currently in stable but critical condition, and efforts are underway to bring her to Miami for treatment.

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Recent Cyberattacks Threaten To Expose U.S Vulnerabilities

Recent cyberattacks in the United States have raised concerns about the cybersecurity capabilities of various private and public entities against ransomware attacks by hacking groups.  In the last two weeks, ransomware attacks have been targeted at Colonial Pipelines, causing a significant gas shortage on the East Coast and the Metropolitan

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Tigray Conflict Enters Its Seventh Month

On Saturday, May 1st, the government of Ethiopia approved a resolution to add the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) to their list of terrorist organizations. This move is the newest development in a devastating months-long conflict between Tigray and Ethiopia and does little to quell concerns about continued violence in

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Uighur Protests Continue In Turkey As Chinese Officials Visit Country

Hundreds of protestors filled Istanbul’s Beyazit Square this week to protest China’s ‘genocide’ of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang. This comes during a series of diplomatic meetings in the Turkish city of Ankara between Turkish and Chinese officials, including Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan. The protestors, primarily Turkish Uighurs, waved flags of

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