Ringleader of Los Choneros Arrested by Ecuadorian Authorities

Ecuadorian police on Thursday arrested a major figure in the nation's infamous Los Choneros gang, a mid-level lieutenant identified as "Mongolo" and a 'romantic partner' of the gang's leader, Jose “Fito” Macias, identified as "Verónica B." Continued Operations The arrests were the result...

North Korea Jams GPS Signals Near Sea Border Amid Rising Tensions

North Korea has jammed GPS signals near the inter-Korean maritime border for the second consecutive day, intensifying regional tensions. The move follows the DPRK's...

A Look Into Venezuela’s Upcoming Presidential Election

The Venezuelan government is organizing the first presidential election in the country since 2018, following negotiations between the Venezuelan government and the United States...

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Mexico Announces Intervention in South Africa v. Israel ICJ Genocide Case

Mexico has become the latest of several different nations to declare their intervention in South Africa's case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ)...

Vatican Investigation Finds “No Evidence” of Sexual Abuse by Canadian Priest

An internal investigation by the Vatican concluded that there was "no evidence" that a Canadian Cardinal sexually abused a minor, noting that the religious...

Kenya’s Haiti Deployment Delayed After Having Already Started

As the first large deployment of Kenyan police officers was preparing to take off from Nairobi, Kenya, to Haiti, their deployment has been delayed....

ICJ Rejects Provisional Measures in Ecuador v Mexico Case

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on Thursday that the court would not implement provisional measures against Ecuador following a request by the...

Brazil Recalls Ambassador to Israel

According to Brazilian state media, Brazil has recalled its ambassador to Israel, in part due to Israel's conduct in the war in Gaza, as...

Battle Damage Assessment: M/V Laax

A Houthi missile attack damaged the Marshall Island-flagged bulk carrier M/V Laax near Al Hudaydah, Yemen, causing damage, but no injuries. The vessel continued...

Israel Drafts Bill to Declare the UNRWA as a Terror Organization

The Israeli Knesset voted today, May 29th, for the preliminary reading of a draft bill which will declare the United Nations Relief and Works Agency...

Mexico Announces Intervention in South Africa v. Israel ICJ Genocide Case

Mexico has become the latest of several different nations to declare their intervention in South Africa's case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ)...

North Korea Jams GPS Signals Near Sea Border Amid Rising Tensions

North Korea has jammed GPS signals near the inter-Korean maritime border for the second consecutive day, intensifying regional tensions. The move follows the DPRK's...

South Korea, Japan, and the United States to Hold Vice Ministerial Meetings

The United States, South Korea, and Japan will have a vice foreign ministerial meeting later this week in Virginia, as confirmed by the State...

Russia and Uzbekistan Sign Agreement to Build First Nuclear Power Plant

On May 27th, Russia committed $400 million to a $500 million joint fund with Uzbekistan to expand natural gas imports while also signing an...

Japan Air Self Defense Force Report First Appearance of WZ-10 Drone in East China Sea

On May 27th, the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) released a statement that intercepted a People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) Wing Loong-10 (WL-10)...

German Military Officer Sentenced in Espionage Case

A German officer by the name of Thomas H. was convicted of espionage and violating official secrets after supplying military intelligence to the Russian...

Georgian Dream Party Overcomes Presidential Veto on “Foreign Agents” Law

The Georgian Dream party successfully overcame a presidential veto against the "Foreign Agents" law, which has been criticized for favoring Russian interests. This comes despite...

Western Sanctions Proving Effective Against Moscow

Success in global competition is often measured by the strength of a country's military, but a variety of other tools are frequently overlooked. Among...

Alternative for Germany Expelled From EU Coalition Following SS Remarks

The German political party Alternative for Germany (AfD) was expelled on Thursday from Identity and Democracy (ID), a right-wing nationalist coalition in the European...

Rubbish From Pikitup Strike Blocking Entrances to Johannesburg Voting Stations

A series of strikes conducted by casual workers of Johannesburg-based waste collection service 'Pikitup' has resulted in masses of trash piling up in the...

Germany to Continue Operations at Air Transport Base in Niger

Germany has today reached an interim agreement with the military government of Niger to continue Bundeswehr operations at its air transport base which sits...

Mexico Announces Intervention in South Africa v. Israel ICJ Genocide Case

Mexico has become the latest of several different nations to declare their intervention in South Africa's case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ)...

Five Dead Following Militant Attack on Mourdiah Military Post, Mali

  A Macina Liberation Front (MLF) attack on a Malian Army (FAMA) post in the southwestern village of Mourdiah has left five soldiers dead and...

Ringleader of Los Choneros Arrested by Ecuadorian Authorities

Ecuadorian police on Thursday arrested a major figure in the nation's infamous Los Choneros gang, a mid-level lieutenant identified as "Mongolo" and a 'romantic...

A Look Into Venezuela’s Upcoming Presidential Election

The Venezuelan government is organizing the first presidential election in the country since 2018, following negotiations between the Venezuelan government and the United States...

Brazil Recalls Ambassador to Israel

According to Brazilian state media, Brazil has recalled its ambassador to Israel, in part due to Israel's conduct in the war in Gaza, as...

Venezuela Prevents EU Delegation From Observing Elections

Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) rescinded the European Union's invitation to oversee the nation's upcoming presidential elections on Wednesday, in a move critics say...

SOF Week: Autonomy and AI Take Lead with Future of Tactical Lethality

I had spent the past week at SOFWeek in Tampa to see what the latest innovations were in the defense space and one thing...

Germany and Czech Republic Accuse Russia of Cyberattacks

The German government, alongside the Czech Republic, the US Department of State, and NATO, has accused the Russian government of initiating cyberattacks against Germany's...

Ukrainian National Sentenced for Role in REvil Ransomware Operation

A Ukrainian man was sentenced to 13 years and seven months in prison on Wednesday for his role in conducting over 2,500 ransomware attacks...

Database of Argentine Driver’s Licenses Allegedly Stolen by Hacker Group

A group of hackers have allegedly hacked a database holding all of Argentina's driver's licenses, requesting a payment of $3,000 USD for whoever wishes...

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