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December 14, 2018: German prisons are becoming recruitment centers for terrorists?

SITUATION Frequent terror attacks in Europe demonstrate how European countries face a persistent threat from Islamist terrorism. It has always been the top priority of law enforcement agencies in Europe and around the globe for decades to identify and understand...

December 14, 2018: Seven-year-old Guatemalan dies of dehydration on US-Mexico border

Situation Ever since the showdown at the US Mexico Border began with the onset during campaign of United States 2018 mid-term elections for US Senate and the House of Representatives, President Donald Trump has repeatedly raised his concerns about ‘migrant...

December 14, 2018: Sri Lankans distressed over the plot to assassinate their President​

SITUATION News emerging from Sri Lanka about the plot to assassinate the President has distressed the public. Moreover, the information about the involvement of foreign intelligence, a rogue police officer and a missing sniper constitute disturbing news items related to...

December 13, 2018: Officials linked to Iran Nuclear Deal targeted by the hacker group Charming Kitten

SITUATION Hackers tied to the Iranian government targeted the personal emails of many officials. The officials include U.S. Treasury officials and others who are linked to the Iran nuclear deal. This is of high importance because the hacking attempts started...

December 13, 2018: ICC: Former Central African Republic militia leader arrested for war crimes.

SITUATION The Former Central African Republic militia leader was arrested in France on a warrant issued by International Criminal Court (ICC) alleging he is responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity. The International Crime Court said Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was...

December 13, 2018: Persons arrested in Indonesia face execution if convicted for smuggling drugs

SITUATION    Five foreigners have been arrested for alleged drug smuggling on the tourist island of Bali since the end of November. They face the death penalty if convicted. The citizens of Peru, Britain, China, Malaysia and Germany were paraded at...

December 12, 2018: Tunisia arrests two Bosnians in 2016 killing of Hamas drone expert

SITUATION Two suspects were arrested on Tuesday, for the murder of a Hamas drone developer, named Mohammed al-Zoari in 2016. Alain Kamedi and Albert Sarak, entered Tunisia a week before carrying out the assassination. This event was planned 18 months...

December 12, 2018: Strasbourg Shooting: Terrorist attack shocks France’s famed Christmas market

SITUATION:  A gunman killed at least three people and wounded a dozen others at the famed Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg before fleeing the scene, authorities said. Three people were killed in the attack and 13 wounded,...

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