July 14, 2020

Geopolitics

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FBI: Pensacola shooter had 'significant ties' to Al Qaida
The shooter who killed three American sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola in December had close ties to Al Qaida and had been planning an attack for years, FBI investigators determined after accessing mobile phones that belonged to the terrorist. Read More.
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Korean network on defensive after U.S. reports on election fraud
An article in the May 8 edition of WorldTribune attracted widespread attention in South Korea where conservatives have no traditional media alternatives to the corporate giants which have lined up with the ruling party of leftist President Moon Jae-In. Read More.
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Report: Satellite photos show Iran tunnel at Syrian base
Iran is constructing a new tunnel capable of storing advanced weapons systems at the Imam Ali military base in eastern Syria near the Iraq border, satellite images show. Read More.
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U.S. intel warns China trying to steal COVID-19 research
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and FBI are warning U.S. healthcare, pharmaceutical and research sectors working on the nation's COVID-19 response to be aware they are the "prime targets" of "malicious actors" in China looking to steal their research. Read More.
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Obama's CIA chief 'suppressed facts' on Russia and Hillary in 2016
Newly declassified documents show that Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan "suppressed" intelligence that Russia wanted Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 election. Read More.
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Report: Reappearance of Kim Jong-Un reportedly a rush job
Kim Jong-Un’s long-awaited and much-publicized return to the public eye on May 1 was reportedly cobbled together on very short notice. Read More.
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North Korea's Kim: Dead or alive? Flip a coin
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has dodged a bullet, meaning the onslaught of speculation about whether he was dead or alive, ill or just avoiding the coronavirus. Read More.
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Stanford, other U.S. universities still partner with China institute
Stanford University, the University of Kentucky and Colorado State University are just a few of the dozens of U.S. colleges and universities which have continued their partnerships with communist China's Confucius Institute despite increasing controversy about the program. Read More.
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German intelligence: China pressed WHO to stall on virus
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping made a personal plea to the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) to delay the release of critical information regarding the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, German intelligence reported. Read More.
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No, China does not have the U.S. economy over a barrel
Anytime China is brought up in mainstream dialogue, the general messaging tends to be as follows: China is an adversary and a problem, we know they lie, break laws, and outright steal from the U.S. and its companies. Read More.
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Win by Left in Korea called warning on new voting tech
Suspicions of election fraud arose last month after South Korea’s general election, a report said. Read More.
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No lockdown in Syria as conflict that killed 500,000 continues
Syria’s devastating conflict continues despite the spread of coronavirus and calls by the international community for a ceasefire to stop the fighting which has continued for over nine years and killed more than 500,000 people. Read More.
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Analyst: China using coronavirus as strategic distraction
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is using the Wuhan coronavirus to advance its geostrategic position, an analyst said. Read More.
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China destroyed lab evidence, 'Five Eyes' Intel report states
Amid the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in December and January, China destroyed laboratory evidence and silenced whistleblower doctors, an Australian newspaper reported, citing a Western intelligence report. Read More.
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Trump points to the Wuhan Institute of Virology
President Donald Trump on May 3 suggested that his administration will soon release “conclusive” evidence that the coronavirus originally leaked out of China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology. Read More.

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