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Islamic State leader in the Great Sahara killed by French forces
Adnan Abu Walid Sahraoui is said to have been the mastermind of most attacks in the “three borders” region, a vast area spanning Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. French President Emmanuel Macron announced this morning that the leader of the terrorist group “Islamic State in the Great Sahara” (EIGS), Adnan
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US Intensify Defenses Against Computer Attacks
The general who leads the US efforts against computer attacks from abroad and to punish the perpetrators is preparing “barriers” against incursions that have weakened government agencies and companies responsible for critical infrastructure. Paul Nakasone, in an interview with AP, generally referred to “an intense focus” by government experts to
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Blinken warns that al-Qaeda could return to using Afghan soil to plan attacks on the US
Secretary of State Antony Blinken sought this Wednesday to limit criticism of the military withdrawal from Afghanistan, releasing estimates from the secret services warning that al-Qaeda could once again use Afghan soil to plan attacks on the US. Antony Blinken got mixed results in an attempt to face the second
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Three Former US Secret Service Agents Charged with Computer Piracy
Three former US secret service agents have admitted to having participated in a computer piracy operation in the service of the United Arab Emirates, targeting enemies of that Gulf State, the US Department of Justice said on Tuesday. According to the France-Presse (AFP) news agency, the three men agreed to
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European Commission forecasts 19 EU countries to reach pre-pandemic values this year
President of the European Commission considers that differences from the last crisis are “marked”. If in 2008 it took eight years for the eurozone’s GDP to recover, this time, it is expected that by 2022 all member states will recover. The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen,
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Elections Germany: Olaf Scholz declared winner of last debate
Armin Laschet of the CDU went on the attack, accusing the Social Democrat leader of being linked to a corruption case, but polls show Scholz remains at the forefront. The leader of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD in its original acronym) and current Finance Minister, Olaf Scholz, adds and
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Is it a shark? Is it a pig? Fish surprise sailors in Italy
Oxynotus Centrina inhabits up to 700 meters deep. A fish with a ‘body’ similar to a shark and a ‘face’ similar to a pig was found by sailors on the island of Elba in Italy. The men were “shocked and confused” by the discovery. The creature, says the Lad Bible,
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Suspicions of Russian cyberespionage of German deputies
German Foreign Ministry accuses Russia of trying to influence the September 26 legislative elections. The German federal prosecutor announced this Thursday the opening of an inquiry into alleged cyberespionage of members of the Bundestag (federal parliament) a few weeks before the legislative elections, whose authors Berlin suspects are the Russian
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Australia’s secret services helped the CIA in the military coup that toppled Salvador Allende’s regime in Chile 48 years ago
News is revealed this Friday by “The Guardian”, which cites Australian government documents that were classified: they were shared with an investigator in June this year, but not fully. The Australian Secret Intelligence Service agency, the Australian secret services, helped the CIA plan and carry out the military coup in
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China warns world will suffer in case of confrontation with USA
Chinese President Xi Jinping told his US counterpart, Joe Biden, today in a telephone conversation that the two countries and the world will “suffer” in the event of a confrontation between China and the United States. “When China and the United States work together, countries and the world benefit, but
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