Russian hackers could attack U.S. critical infrastructure area, security agencies warn

U.S. 01/12/22, 21:49

The Infrastructure Security and Cybersecurity Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Security Agency on Tuesday, Jan. 11, issued a joint statement to critical infrastructure organizations, warning of a cyber threat from apparently Russian state-sponsored hackers, according to the complaint. In what could translate into a new diplomatic conflict ...

More than 100 congressmen urge Biden to halt nuclear negotiations with Iran

Middle East 01/12/22, 17:35

More than 100 Republican members of Congress urged U.S. President Joe Biden to halt negotiations to renew the failed nuclear deal, arguing in a letter that continuing them "only further enables Iran's malign activities, including their aggressive nuclear pursuits." Although the Biden administration has been condescending to the Iranian regime, it ...

‘Sea Dragon’ fossil discovered after UK lagoon drained

News 01/12/22, 16:37

The British scientists have found a rare 180 million-year-old "sea dragon" fossil after a lagoon at the Rutland Water Nature Reserve was drained, 9News reported. The fossil, believed to be the most enormous and complete skeleton found to date of its kind in the UK, was discovered by Joe Davis, Conservation ...

U.S. Olympic skater repudiates ‘horrific’ abuses by communist regime in China

China 01/12/22, 10:35

U.S. famous skater Timothy LeDuc repudiated the human rights violations taking place in China under the communist regime shortly after qualifying to participate in the Beijing 2022 Olympics. LeDuc told reporters Sunday—when asked about human rights in China—that "there is no simple answer," but that he recognizes that "horrible" abuses are ...

We were betrayed by Biden, say Afghan women’s rights activists

Middle East 01/11/22, 16:47

According to recent statements, women's rights activists in Afghanistan said they feel "betrayed" by the Biden administration as the Taliban violated all kinds of rights after the U.S. withdrew its troops last year, leaving promises of aid unfulfilled. Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad said Monday on Fox News's "The Story" program that ...

Crisis in Kazakhstan: Nearly 8 thousand detained in anti-government protests

Politics 01/10/22, 17:32

The government of Kazakhstan has confirmed that it has detained nearly 8,000 people as social protests against the government and out-of-control inflation continue to unfold across the country. Kazakh authorities reported on Monday, Jan. 10, that police detained nearly 8,000 people during protests last week that in many cases escalated into ...

Epstein case: Prince Andrew’s alleged victim was also reportedly a child recruiter

U.S. 01/10/22, 16:44

The scandal over the trial of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, unexpectedly turns against Prince Andrew's accuser, Virginia Giuffre, who also recruited minors to be sexually abused by international elite personalities.   These facts were revealed by one of the witnesses in the Maxwell trial, Carolyn Andriano. She recounted confessions made ...

Thailand proposes military upgrade of F-35 fighter jets to deal with CCP

China 01/09/22, 03:44

Napadej Dhupatemiya, commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, said that Thailand's military is considering buying eight F-35 stealth fighters from the United States to strengthen the country's defense capabilities. The commander said that its air force needs a new fleet of fighters as the F-5 and F-16 have been in ...