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International Criminal Court Investigating War Crimes in Darfur

The International Criminal Court (ICC) released a statement on Tuesday calling for assistance in an ongoing investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity being committed in Darfur, in Sudan, headed by ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan. The prosecutor's call comes as reports continue to flow out of Sudan...

The Falling Out of Armenia and Belarus, and Politico Reported Belarusian Weapons Sales to Azerbaijan

In a potential clue as to why Armenia has announced its intention to withdraw from the Russian led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), Politico has reported that Belarus, a member of the CSTO and very close ally of Russia, had supplied Azerbaijan, Armenia's historical adversary, with weapons for several...

HH-100 Unmanned Transportation System Demonstrator Conducts First Flight

On June 12th, China’s Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) conducted the maiden flight of the HH-100 Unmanned Commercial Transportation System Demonstrator (UCTSD) near the city of Xi’an, Shaanxi Province. AVIC released a statement that said the flight was successful and encountered no issues. First Flight The flight of the HH-100...

Multiple People Shot, Days Inn, Princeton, WV

Update (2249 EST): A family altercation led to the shooting in which the suspect and their child were injured. Update (2209 EST): Two shooters are wanted in connection to the shooting which targeted a private party in the conference center of the Days Inn which left five people injured. At approximately...

International Criminal Court Reportedly Begins Probe on Russian Cyberattacks

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has reportedly began a probe into Russian cyberattacks on Ukrainian civilian infrastructure as possible war crimes, four officials told Reuters on Friday. Crimes Against Humanity One official told Reuters that the ICC probe seeks to investigate cyberattacks that targeted water and power infrastructure, jeopardizing lives of...

Are Russia’s Governments-in-Exile Actually Western Intelligence Ops?

Seemingly forgotten by the Western world, governments in exile might be a serious security vulnerability for Russia. In a recent meeting on May 24th, the Director of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), Alexander Bortnikov, claimed the West is using opposition or separatist movements within Russian republics to form "governments-in-exile," in order...

Thai Constitutional Court Proceeds With Case Regarding Thai Prime Minister’s Dismissal

On June 12th, Thailand’s Constitutional Court ordered Prime Minister (PM) Srettha Thavisin and the 40 senators to submit their lists of evidence and witnesses by June 17th. The nine judges held the first hearing in the case the senators brought against Srettha for his appointment of Cabinet member Pichit...

VIDEO: IDF Confirms Soldier Hit by Vehicle, Ramallah, West Bank

At approximately 0945 EST, initial reports indicated that a person had been struck by a vehicle at the Rantis Checkpoint in the West Bank. By 1000 EST, video emerged showing what appears to be a uniformed soldier being struck be a vehicle. The soldier raises their rifle before the...

U.S. Arrests Turkish Nationals After Extradition Request

Turkish Justice Minister Tunc has confirmed the Turkish dual nationals Eylem Tok and Cihantimur Tok have been arrested in the U.S. after fleeting Turkey following a hit-and-run. Cihantimur is a dual U.S.-Turkish national. https://twitter.com/yilmaztunc/status/1801624127993782709 On May 23rd, 2024, Interpol issued a Red Notice for the duo, mother (Eylem) and son (Cihantimur)...

Apartment Building Collapses After Airstrike, Belgorod, Russian Federation

At approximately 0545 EST, a missile warning was issued for Belgorod, Oblast, Russian Federation. By 0550 EST, initial reports indicated that Russian air defenses activated above the city. By 0600 EST, drones and missiles had reportedly struck on the outskirts of Shebekino. By 0800 EST, eyewitnesses published several videos showing...