· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
They would object to such an immoral operation, but there is no avenue for them to raise concerns.” The former Asis spy Warren Reed argues that most intelligence officers have “a keen sense” of democratic values and “will generally stand firm against attempts by their service’s management to diverge from those widely accepted norms of behaviour”.
· Dolphins Position Preview: Offensive Line →
KEY 2019 STATS: Rushing average 3.3 yards per carry (31st in NFL); sack percentage per pass attempt 9.43% (29th in NFL)
· Real Valladolid 0-1 Barcelona: Vidal goal keeps alive Barca title hopes →
· Four people fatally shot in matter of hours in D.C. →
Police said they included a man killed in a downtown hotel room, a man shot during a robbery attempt and a woman struck in a hail of 43 bullets fired on a street in Northeast Washington.
· Disney World reopens as US virus death toll surges →
At the end of June the governor took a step backwards, ordering the closure of bars in an attempt to limit the spread of the virus, but cases have continued to climb nonetheless.
· Jessica Mulroney: Meghan Markle's ex-friend's heartbreaking move amid troll clash exposed →
The Duchess of Sussex’s former “bestie” was claimed to have been calling her “non-stop” in a desperate attempt to fix their friendship, according to The Sun.
· Forecasting a Five Team Home and Home Schedule For Boston College →
As we discussed yesterday, it appears that the ACC has loads of options on the table in order to attempt to get a season of football in this fall.
· The 10 Most Important Jaguars For 2020, No. 4: Cam Robinson →
As the Jaguars attempt to reverse their look and field a winning team in the fall, they will need all 53 members of the active roster and every coach on the staff to step their game up.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
Attempts at financial reform have been met with protests and rejection from parliament, which voted down proposals to cut public salaries, which represent a chunk of the government’s monthly expenditure.