Author: Lucy Gorman

UK, Israel, To Work Together To Stop Iran Gaining Nuclear Weapons

The UK and Israel have signed a 10-year agreement to strengthen their cooperation and prevent the Iranian regime from further developing its nuclear power. Iran launched its nuclear program in the 1950s and, after the Iranian Revolution of 1979, began to clandestinely develop its nuclear program. Throughout the 2000s, Iran

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U.S. Concerns over UAE Foreign Minister’s Meeting with Assad

Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad has met with the UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed in Damascus on Tuesday, raising serious concerns in the United States. This meeting signals improving ties between Syria’s brutal dictator and the U.S.- allied state. Efforts by the UAE to rehabilitate Syria and its leader

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FBI: U.S. Faces Equal Threats from Domestic Extremists and Islamic State

On Wednesday, security officials told Congress that U.S. law enforcement and security agencies believe domestic extremists pose as great of a threat as Islamic State militants. Right-wing extremist activity has been on the rise in recent years, emerging from factors including political polarization and online radicalization. According to The Washington

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Germany And Russia Threaten Nuclear Arsenal Use Against Each Other

A protest note was handed to the German military by the Russian Defense Ministry in response to comments about deterring Russia’s nuclear capabilities. Germany especially had been coming out with statements about the pressing need to focus on Russia and reducing their nuclear capabilities, causing Russia to deliver the note.

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“Nicaragua’s Upcoming Vote Will Be ‘Fake’, EU’s Borrell Says.”

The European Union’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has stated that Nicaragua’s upcoming presidential elections are “fake” and organized by a dictatorship. Elections for the president, congress, and local authorities are scheduled to be held on November 7, 2021, in Nicaragua. Current President Daniel Ortega is poised to win and

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Former U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit Hacking For UAE

Three former U.S. intelligence officers have admitted to hacking operations in the United Arab Emirates and working under the violation of U.S. export laws. Reuters reported that the men provided sophisticated intelligence technologies to a U.A.E.-based company that was used to spy on enemies via computers and mobile phones. For

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