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Counterspy cuts to the chase on Epstein: Money trail leads to Israel’s ‘MEGA’ op
Wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his operation to fly powerful figures to his private island for sex with underage women returned to headline news in recent weeks with the release of court papers revealing the names of many who traveled to what has been dubbed “Lolita Island.” Read More.
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Report: Houthi attacks on Red Sea ships directly assisted by Iran intelligence
Along with drones and missiles, the Yemen-based Houthis are receiving real-time intelligence from Iran and are using it to target vessels passing through the Red Sea, according to regional and Western officials. Read More.
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China launches new heavy intel satellite and its space plane ahead of U.S. X-37B
China’s expected 3rd mission for its new small space plane was launched on Dec. 12, and on Dec. 15 China launched its largest optical intelligence satellite, Yaogan-41. Read More.
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Cold War theater: China sought to engineer at-sea Taiwan helicopter defection
During the Cold War, high profile defections from the Soviet bloc to the West were a constant source of assurance of the desirability, if not the superiority of the democracies over the empire of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Read More.
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Report: Plot to kill Kim may have been foiled by ouster of conservative president in Seoul
Just because Kim Jong-Un is paranoid doesn’t mean a wide variety of North Korean operatives aren’t out to kill him. Read More.
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With its eye on the long game, China expresses compassion for SpaceX
It’s been a tough week for SpaceX and Elon Musk, but they are getting some rare sympathy from China. Read More.
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Congressional China report details alarming military tech theft, war preparations
One day before President Joe Biden was set to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in San Francisco, a U.S. congressional panels said the Biden team has little to show from a series of meetings between senior leaders in recent months which attempted to moderate Beijing’s policies. Read More.
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U.S. Navy stretched thin to cover global contingencies
The Navy, while modern and very competent, is increasingly stretched to cover all contingencies; Not just the 88 feet between baseball bases but commitments and crises as far flung as the Mediterranean Sea, to the Persian Gulf and the wider Pacific. Read More.
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Seoul on alert: Hamas asymmetric attack used North Korean methods, weapons
Hamas's simultaneous incursions by air, land, and sea, in the Oct. 7 attack on Israel rang alarm bells in South Korea as it employed strategies long pursued by North Korea. Read More.
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In first, Pentagon reveals China’s dangerous night-time intercept of B-52 ‘within 10 feet’
China flew one of its fighter jets dangerously close to a U.S. B-52 bomber last week, American military officials said. Read More.
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FBI: ‘Thousands of North Korean IT workers’ freelanced at U.S. firms to fund missile program
North Korea’s government deployed an army of IT workers who deceived businesses into hiring them as freelancers and then sent the millions of dollars they earned to North Korea for its ballistic missile program, the FBI and Department of Justice said. Read More.
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North Korea tied to Hamas weapons, paragliders, tunnels
Hamas reportedly used North Korean weapons and tactics in its surprise attack on Israel on Oct. 7 in which the terror organization slaughtered hundreds of Israeli civilians. Read More.
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Bipartisan commission warns U.S. cannot deter China-Russia strategic threat
The Untied States must rapidly expand its nuclear arsenal or risk being unable to deter the strategic nuclear threat posed by the China-Russia alliance, a new report by the Congressional Commission on the Nuclear Posture of the United States said. Read More.
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Selective intel? U.S. agencies have not 'seen evidence’ Iran planned Hamas attack
Despite multiple reports and the widespread consensus by regional analysts on Iran's involvement in the Hamas attack on Israel , U.S. intelligence agencies responded that they have not seen "evidence" of a coordinated operation. Read More.
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Terror group shares ideological origins with ISIS; Qatar shelters top Hamas official
Following the Hamas terror attacks initiated on Oct. 7 that killed more than 1,000 Israelis, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: “They are savages. Hamas is ISIS.” Read More.

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