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A-10 Pilots Reveal Why No Nation Can Beat America's "Flying Tank"

Kris Osborn Security, The pilot of the A-10 is surrounded by multiple plates of titanium armor, designed to enable the aircraft to withstand small-arms fire and keep flying its attack missions. By virtue of being able to fly at slower speeds of 300, the A-10 can fly beneath the weather at altitudes of 100 feet. Show More Summary

WTO to review dispute between Qatar and the UAE

The UAE plans to thwart Qatari litigation at the WTO's using the national security exception, an untested defence.

UN urges Iraq to probe troop violations during fight with IS

A top United Nations official Thursday called on the Iraqi government to speed up investigations into allegations of human rights violations committed by security forces during the fight against the … Click to Continue »

British risk complicity in Yemen 'famine crime', says Alex de Waal

Africa analyst believes UN inaction makes security council members accessories to crisis in Arab nation gripped by cholera, hunger and violence Listen to the podcast: ‘Famine as mass atrocity’ Britain is in danger of becoming complicit in the use of starvation as a weapon of war in Yemen, academic and author Alex de Waal has said. Show More Summary

Robert Mueller Questions Jared Kushner’s Interactions With Foreign Leaders

Special counsel Robert Mueller is circling his investigation around Jared Kushner’s interaction with foreign leaders. Mueller’s team is now looking into whether Kushner played a role in efforts to halt a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank that was approved Dec. Show More Summary

Mueller is zeroing in on Michael Flynn

Special counsel Robert Mueller is looking into Bijan Kian, a former business associate of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Mueller is primarily interested in gauging what role Kian played in Flynn Intel Group's lobbying...Show More Summary

Mueller investigating Flynn business associate Bijan Kian as part of Russia probe: report

15 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Bijan Kian, a business associate of former national security adviser Michael Flynn over his role in Flynn Intel Group’s failure to disclose work on behalf of the Turkish government, NBC News reports. According to NBC, Kian was a partner at Flynn’s...

Young Canberran inventor secures trip to NASA for her Eco-friendly invention

16 hours agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

Eleven-year-old Bella Winfield has made Canberra proud by clinching one of three winning positions and a trip to NASA for her innovative entry into a national competition. Bella entered the ‘Origin‘s Little Big Ideas competition’ with an invention idea to produce children’s toys using sugarcane ethanol, which is biodegradable and therefore eco-sensitive. Her idea impressed […]

Flynn Business Partner Now Subject of Mueller Probe

Bijan Kian, a former business associate of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, “has become a subject of special sounsel Robert Mueller’s investigation for his role in the failure of Flynn’s former lobbying firm to disclose its work on behalf [...]

Jared Kushner ‘natural’ target for Mueller, experts say

17 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner’s failure to properly list foreign contacts on his national security clearance forms and his vast financial holdings make him a “natural” target for special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, legal experts told Newsweek....

October homicides break June’s record

Homicide numbers in October were the highest ever recorded, according to the National Public Security System. Investigations were opened into 2,371 cases of intentional homicide during the month, beating the FULL STORY The post October homicides break June’s record appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Watch how a North Korean soldier defected to the South

Doctors in South Korea say a wounded North Korean soldier whose dramatic defection was caught on video is now conscious. The United Nations released new video from several security cameras that show the daring escape. Ben Tracy repo...

Another Court Just Ruled Against The Trans Military Ban, But The Justice Department Is Appealing

19 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

"The president's directive is legal and promotes our national security," said a White House spokesperson.

Putin orders Russian companies to be ready for urgent transition to war-time operations

19 hours agoLocal Interest / Russia : RT

Russian President Vladimir Putin says that all major Russian companies, both state-owned and private, must be ready for a rapid transition to war-time operations, adding that the capability is crucial to national security. Read Full Article at

Security Essentials to Protect Your Retail Location

Shoplifting and employee theft both increased in 2016. Shoplifting cost employers $798.48 per incident and employee theft cost $1,922.80 per occurrence, according to National Retail Federation statistics. A decrease in retail security budgets has contributed to this growing theft, the NRF’s research found. Show More Summary

Report: McMaster called Trump an "idiot" at a private dinner

BuzzFeed reports that National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster called Trump a "dope" with the intelligence of a "kindergartner" during a dinner in July with...

Donald Trump's national security adviser calls him a 'kindergartner'

Donald Trump's national security adviser reportedly mocked the US president and called him a "kindergartner" during a private dinner. General H.R. McMaster is said to have made the disparaging remarks about his boss during a meeting with Oracle CEO Safra Catz in July. Show More Summary

Report: McMaster Disagrees With Tillerson, Says Trump Is An Idiot, Not A Moron

Two of the top advisers to President Donald Trump have differing views on his leadership abilities. NBC News reported in October that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Trump a “moron” during a dinner in July. National Security Adviser H. Show More Summary

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: The Audacity of 'Dope'

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster reportedly mocked President Trump’s intelligence at a private dinner.

Trump urged to sell $50 million in lethal weapons to Ukraine

National security officials are urging President Trump to approve the sale of nearly $50 million worth of U.S. weapons to Ukraine, which has confronted what it sees as military aggression from Russia and pro-Russian separatists for years. It was unclear whether Trump, who has been reluctant to...

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