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South Korea Intelligence Agency Met With US Counterparts After Prominent North Korea Expert Indicted

South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) is talking with US counterparts after news emerged that Sue Mi Terry, a North Korea expert with the Council on Foreign Relations and former CIA analyst, was indicted on charges she violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The charges allege that Terry “acted as...

Resistance Groups Conduct Rocket Attack Against Airbase Near Myanmar Capital City

On July 17th, the Mountain Knights Civilian Defense Force rebel group said they and other resistance groups conducted a rocket attack against Aye Lar Airbase, located outside the capital city of Naypyitaw. The attack allegedly resulted in the deaths of four Myanmar Air Force officers and three damaged airplanes. The rocket...

Thailand Constitutional Court Will Announce Verdict in Move Forward Party Dissolution Case on August 7th

On July 17th, Thailand’s Constitutional Court will announce the verdict in the Move Forward Party’s (MFP) dissolution on August 7th. MFP leader Chaithawat Tulathon said he was disappointed with the court’s decision not to hold an inquiry to hear their argument that the Election Commission did not follow regulations. Chaithawat pointed...

St. Petersburg Navy Day Celebration Reportedly to be Severely Curtailed

According to Russian state-owned media, the July 28th, 2024 celebration of the Russian Navy Day in St. Petersburg is to be heavily curtailed for undocumented reasons. The report from 78RU (St. Petersburg’s largest regional news network) reads below: “…the main naval parade this year will be held in a truncated...

Polish Government to Deploy 17,000 Troops to Belarusian Border

According to Deputy Prime Minister W?adys?aw Kosiniak, 17,000 troops and Border Guards will deploy to the border with Belarus in “Operation Podlaise” to further combat the Russian hybrid warfare operation to destabilize the border region via illegal migrants from the Middle East and Africa. A large bulk of the...

First Suspect in Ecuadorian Corruption Case Sentenced

The first suspect in Ecuador’s largest anti-corruption investigation, known as the Metastasis Case, was sentenced on Monday following a series of months-long investigations and court hearings. The case investigates a number of cases of corruption within Ecuador’s higher government and was originally launched by the country’s Prosecutor’s Office in...

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