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Why Counting Casualties in Gaza Is So Hard

This article was produced in cooperation with analyst Jose Garcia. The images of destruction in Gaza have been hard to forget. The juxtaposition of bright sunlight, sun-faded palm trees, and ocean-washed beaches, alongside crumbling, black charred buildings and debris-lined streets. Turn a corner, and you might find rows of bodies, wrapped in white sheet cloth and sometimes partially covered in...

Red Notice Issued for Ecuadorian Gang Leader

Ecuadorian police announced a red notice for Jose “Fito” Macias, the leader of Los Choneros who escaped prison in January, was issued on Thursday...

NATO Into the Future: Key Topics at Day Three of the NATO Summit

The NATO summit in Washington, D.C. has come to a close. Ukraine remained the most prominent topic of conversation, as has been the case...

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NATO Into the Future: Key Topics at Day Three of the NATO Summit

The NATO summit in Washington, D.C. has come to a close. Ukraine remained the most prominent topic of conversation, as has been the case...

Biden to Hold First Press Conference in 7 Months

President Joe Biden will hold a press conference Thursday evening in a critical effort to change public opinion ahead of the election. Biden's Post-Debate Outlook The President has...

The Shifting Tides of NATO: Key Topics at Day Two of the NATO Summit

Day two of the NATO summit in Washington, D.C., has come to a close. Ukraine has remained the most prominent topic of conversation, with...

NATO’s Future and Ukraine’s Struggle: Key Topics at Day One of the NATO Summit

Today marked the first day of the NATO summit in Washington DC, coinciding with the 75th anniversary of its establishment. The war in Ukraine was a...

Why Counting Casualties in Gaza Is So Hard

This article was produced in cooperation with analyst Jose Garcia. The images of destruction in Gaza have been hard to forget. The juxtaposition of bright...

How Qatar Is Cementing Its Role as Diplomatic Peacemaker

Earlier this week, Central Intelligence Agency Director Bill Burns arrived in Qatar to meet with his Qatari, Egyptian, and Israeli counterparts in the hopes...

Emirati Court Sentences 43 Political Dissidents to Life Imprisonment in Secretive Mass Trial

A court in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday sentenced 43 activists, part of a group of human rights defenders and political dissidents referred...

Another High Ranking Hezbollah Leader Killed in Israeli Strike

An Israeli strike near Baalbek, Lebanon, has killed Maytham Mustafa al-Attar, a key figure in Hezbollah's air defense forces, marking yet another strike targeting...

South Korea Will Begin Production of Anti-Drone Laser Weapon

On July 11th, South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (SKDAPA) announced that production of the Laser Anti-Aircraft Weapon (Block-I) (LAAW Block-I) will begin this...

In the Maldives, Tourism Drives Political Decisions

On July 10th, the Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) criticized the parliament over the stalled laws to amend the Immigration Act to ban Israeli passport...

Taiwan on Alert: Largest Chinese Air Incursion of 2024

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) has reported a significant incursion by Chinese military aircraft, with a total of 56 Chinese warplanes crossing the...

Is the China-Japan Defense Hotline Ineffective?

A Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) Akizuki class destroyer, the Suzutsuki, entered Chinese territorial waters off the eastern province of Zhejiang last week, despite repeated warnings from...

NATO Into the Future: Key Topics at Day Three of the NATO Summit

The NATO summit in Washington, D.C. has come to a close. Ukraine remained the most prominent topic of conversation, as has been the case...

UK Won’t Reimburse UK for Failed Migrant Deal

After UK Prime Minister Keir Starmer's new Labour government struck down the previous administration's migration deal with Rwanda, the question was raised as to...

Assassination Plot Against German Defense CEO Fails

An assassination plot against the CEO of German arms manufacturer Rheinmetall by the Russian Federation was foiled by American intelligence, five US officials revealed...

The Shifting Tides of NATO: Key Topics at Day Two of the NATO Summit

Day two of the NATO summit in Washington, D.C., has come to a close. Ukraine has remained the most prominent topic of conversation, with...

UK Won’t Reimburse UK for Failed Migrant Deal

After UK Prime Minister Keir Starmer's new Labour government struck down the previous administration's migration deal with Rwanda, the question was raised as to...

Code Red for Ruto

Kenya's President William Ruto has dismissed almost the entirety of his cabinet in the aftermath of protests against a now-withdrawn finance bill, which resulted...

Disgraced Judge Appointed to South Africa’s Judicial Watchdog

Formerly impeached Judge and uMkhonto WeSizwe (MK) party Chief Whip, John Hlophe, has been appointed to South Africa's Judicial Service Commission, a 23 member...

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Meets With Senegal’s President Faye

Mikhail Bogdanov, Russia's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, landed in the Senegalese capital of Dakar today to discuss cooperation in various areas with President...

Red Notice Issued for Ecuadorian Gang Leader

Ecuadorian police announced a red notice for Jose “Fito” Macias, the leader of Los Choneros who escaped prison in January, was issued on Thursday...

Armed Assault Targets Opposition Leader in Venezuela Ahead of Elections

Armed men attacked the house in which Venezuela’s leading opposition party leader, Maria Corina Machado, resided in during her visit to Táchira on July...

Special Police Mobilized in Valle del Cauca Ahead of UN Conference

Four thousand police officers, with some having been trained by the United States, are set to be deployed in Cali, Valle del Cauca ahead...

Radioactive Material Stolen in Argentina … Again

On Tuesday, July 2, Argentina’s Nuclear Regulatory (ARN) alarmed the public about a stolen radiopharmaceutical container in Buenos Aires. The incident occurred only six...

Polyfill Supply Chain Attack Affects 100,000+ Websites

Polyfill is a popular library that incorporates modern functions supported in web browsers while also supporting older browsers. Earlier this past February, concerns were raised following...

CDK Global Ransomware Breach – BlackSuit

In a significant cybersecurity incident, CDK Global, a prominent provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for car dealerships across North America, has fallen victim to...

New Direct-to-Cell Satellite Tech Could Disrupt Billion-Dollar Military Satcom Programs

The US Space Force is keenly observing the rise of commercial satellite communications that allow standard smartphones to connect directly to satellites. This groundbreaking...

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...

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