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U.S Gov’t Charges Top Russian Military Spies For Cyber Crimes

U.S Gov’t Charges Top Russian Military Spies For Cyber Crimes

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By Our Reporter Relations between the United States of America and Russian are becoming sour after the US government on Monday charged top Russian Military Intelligence officers with several cyber crimes. The criminal charges the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced against six officers of the Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate’s (GRU) Military Unit 74455 highlight once again Russia’s continuing disruptive, destructive, and destabilizing activities in cyberspace. A statement from the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about their charges reads in part thus; “As the DOJ and FBI make clear, this Russian military intelligence unit unleashed some of the most destructive malware the world has seen.  The 2017 NotPetya ...
Clampdown: Security Forces Arrest Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai, Vandalise Newspaper Offices

Clampdown: Security Forces Arrest Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai, Vandalise Newspaper Offices

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By Our Reporter Media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been arrested under Hong Kong's national security legislation and his newspaper raided, as he was accused of "colluding with foreign powers" in the most prominent arrest since China imposed the controversial law just over a month ago. Lai's Apple Daily reported that 10 police officers arrived at the 72-year-old's home at about 7:00am (23:00 GMT on Sunday), and later began livestreaming a raid on its headquarters by scores of police who could be seen looking through piles of papers  and reporters' desks. Mark Simon, a senior executive at Lai's Next Media Group, said on Twitter that the tycoon was "being arrested for collusion with foreign powers at this time". The police confirmed the arrest of seven people aged between 39 and 72....
US Gov’t To Execute Racist Murderer Daniel Lewis In First Execution After 17 Years

US Gov’t To Execute Racist Murderer Daniel Lewis In First Execution After 17 Years

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By Elite News Reporter The United States Federal government is set to execute convicted murderer Daniel Lewis, who is a self-confessed racist. This will be the first federal execution in the United States for more than 17 years and will go ahead in Indiana following a ruling by an appeal court. Daniel Lewis Lee and an accomplice were convicted of killing three members of the same family in 1996. Some of the victims' relatives oppose his execution and sought to have it delayed, saying attending it could expose them to Coronavirus. But the ruling means the execution by lethal injection will now proceed. The appeal court overturned a decision by a lower court that put the execution of 47-year-old Lee on hold, saying no federal statute or regulation gave the victims the right t...
Opinion: U.S. Continuous Ban On Huawei Isn’t About Cyber Security But 5G Leadership

Opinion: U.S. Continuous Ban On Huawei Isn’t About Cyber Security But 5G Leadership

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By Humphrey Mpairwe The United States ban on Huawei is not greatly about cyber security and national security concerns as continuously stated. It’s all about the state of 5G leadership in the world to cripple the Shenzhen based technology company Huawei, from dominating the world’s networks with its state of the art 5G architecture and equipment. In May 2019, the United States Department of Commerce added Huawei on an entity list. Even with cyber security and national security as the top claims banning Huawei from the Central North American country, the U.S. further extended Huawei’s ban to May 2021, after a full year of compliance and no-Involvement in the country’s business and tech ecosystem. This proves that cyber security is not the core claim, given the time frame of...
USA On Fire As Protesters Burn Minneapolis Over George Floyd’s Murder, Killer Cop Charged With Murder

USA On Fire As Protesters Burn Minneapolis Over George Floyd’s Murder, Killer Cop Charged With Murder

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By Elite Reporter The murder of George Floyd, an African-American on Wednesday, by  racist policemen led by Derek Chauvin will not leave the United State of America the same, after protester decided to torch Minneapolis, ransack supermarkets, plus attacking government buildings and installations. The situation has since degenerated in a full-blown battle between security forces and protesters, many have been arrested and jailed but others are still pouring on streets to wreck havoc. On Friday 29 May, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz called for swift justice for the police officers involved in the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis is on fire after George Floyd's murder by policeman Derek Chauvin Derek Chauvin, a white Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video kneelin...
‘US Move Undermines The Entire Industry Worldwide’-Huawei

‘US Move Undermines The Entire Industry Worldwide’-Huawei

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By Elite Reporter Huawei categorically opposes the amendments made by the US Department of Commerce to its foreign direct product rule that target Huawei specifically. The US government added Huawei to the Entity List on May 16, 2019 without justification. Since that time, and despite the fact that a number of key industrial and technological elements were made unavailable to us, we have remained committed to complying with all US government rules and regulations. At the same time, we have fulfilled our contractual obligations to customers and suppliers, and have survived and forged ahead against all odds. Nevertheless, in its relentless pursuit to tighten its stranglehold on our company, the US government has decided to proceed and completely ignore the concerns of many com...
US Airstrike Targets Al-Shabab, Kills Civilians

US Airstrike Targets Al-Shabab, Kills Civilians

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By Elite Reporter Several civilians were killed in a United States airstrike that targeted Al-Shabab militants in Mogadishu, Somalia, early this week. Washington carried out the airstrike near the farming town of Janaale, 95km south of Mogadishu, on Monday claiming the attack killed "five terrorists". However, Abdullahi Abdirahman Ali, who lost his father in the airstrike, said that the victims were civilians travelling in a minibus heading to the capital Mogadishu. "The Americans are lying. They killed my elderly father. He is 70 years old and can barely move. He can't walk without the help of a walking stick. He is not al-Shabab," Abdullahi told the media. "They killed these civilians because they know no one will take action against them," he added, anger palpable in hi...
Three Dead After Suicide Bombers Attack US Embassy In Tunisia

Three Dead After Suicide Bombers Attack US Embassy In Tunisia

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Two suicide bombers have blown themselves up outside the United States embassy in the Tunisian capital, killing a policeman and injuring six other people, authorities said, in the most serious attack in months. An explosion at around midday on Friday rocked the Berges du Lac district, where the highly fortified embassy is located, causing panic among pedestrians and motorists. "Two individuals targeted a security patrol... in the street leading to the American embassy," the Interior Ministry said in a statement. "We heard a very powerful explosion ... we saw the remains of the terrorist lying on the ground after he went on the motorbike towards the police," said Amira, a shopkeeper, told Reuters news agency. Police taped off the area around the blast site, which was littered ...
Iranians Protest Against Downing Ukrainian Plane, Murder Of 176 Innocent Lives

Iranians Protest Against Downing Ukrainian Plane, Murder Of 176 Innocent Lives

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By Elite News ReporterHundreds of protesters have taken to the streets in Iran's capital, Tehran, to vent anger at officials, calling them liars for having denied shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane.Protests took place outside at least two universities, with tear gas reportedly fired. A group of Iranian protesters demanded Saturday that the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei steps down after the government said its military had mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian plane, killing all 176 people on board. Also on Saturday, Iran briefly detained the British ambassador to Iran.US President Donald Trump tweeted support for the "inspiring" protests. Iran on Saturday admitted downing the jet "unintentionally", three days after the crash that killed 176 people. Ukraine...
Iran Fires Missiles At US Military Bases In Iraq,  Kills 80

Iran Fires Missiles At US Military Bases In Iraq, Kills 80

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By Elite News ReporterIran has launched ballistic missiles targeting the US presence in Iraq, including Al Assad airbase.Two Iraqi bases housing US and coalition troops were targeted, one at Al Asad and another in Irbil, at about 02:00 local . It came just hours after the burial of Soleimani, who controlled Iran's proxy forces across the Middle East.  US President Donald Trump has said he will deliver a speech later on Wednesday about the attack after an assessment of damages and casualties.  Iran's Revolutionary Guards launched 22 ballistic missiles at two US targets in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of Quds Force leader Qassem Soleimani. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said Tehran "concluded proportionate measures in self-defense" after the second ...
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