Russia Ready For Ukraine Peace Talks

On Friday, a senior Kremlin aide announced that the Russian government is ready to resume the stalled Ukrainian peace process with France, Germany, and Ukraine if “concrete steps” are taken before the meeting. These preconditions include separating rival armed forces in eastern Ukraine on either side of the line of […]


SUTD Researcher Raise Awareness Of KNOB Attacks

KNOB Attack, also known as Key Negotiation of Bluetooth Attack, was brilliantly explained by a researcher from the Singapore University of Technology and Design, Daniel Antonioli, during CyberWire’s Research Saturday presented by Juniper Network. Based on the interview, malicious attackers use KNOB Attack to take advantage of Bluetooth’s security vulnerabilities […]


Pakistan Arrests 22 Protestors As Pro-Independence Protests Continue

On September 7, 22 Kashmiri protestors were arrested by Pakistani forces while continuing their ongoing resistance against foreign control of Kashmir, especially India’s recent controversies in the region. The protest had been ongoing since September 6 at Tatrinote within Pakistan-controlled Kashmir. Those arrested are, but a slight fraction against the […]


Death Of Hamza Bin Laden Confirmed By The U.S.

U.S. officials have confirmed the death of Al-Qaeda militant Hamza bin Laden, one month after intelligence officials had reported his demise. In a statement released by the White House, President Trump stated that Bin Laden had been killed in a “counter terrorism operation in the Afghanistan and Pakistan region”, although […]


#BlueGirl: Iranian Football Fan Dies After Self-Immolation 1

Sahar Khodayari, 29, has died as a result of burns after setting herself on fire outside a courtroom last Monday in Tehran. Sahar had appeared in court for disguising herself as a man and attempting to sneak into a match between the Iranian national men’s football team, Esteghlal, and the […]


Turkey And U.S. Visit Syrian Safe Zone 1

Syria and Turkey have established a joint safe-zone on the Syrian-Turkish border, meant to address Turkey’s national security concerns. This will result in the clearing of the People’s Protection Unit (YPG) near the Turkish border. This news comes after much pressure from Turkey’s President Erdogan on the United States to […]


Judge Re-Blocks Controversial Asylum Ban

In a refreshing turn from the deluge of dour news, Federal Judge Jon Tigar reinstated a nationwide block on Donald Trump’s “safe third country” asylum ban Monday. Judge Tigar had already issued an injunction against the ban, but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the injunction did not […]


Hong Kong Students Continue Anti-Government Protest As Unrest Persists

Thousands of secondary students formed human chains in front of Hong Kong schools on Monday. Standing hand-in-hand in their uniforms, the students silently protested to express solidarity with the pro-democracy protesters in the Chinese-ruled city. The protest followed a weekend of unrest with clashes between activists and police, and is part […]