· Israeli spy satellite lifts off as suspicions grow over Iran nuclear facility fire →
Other Iranian facilities have reported mysterious incidents recently, including a fire at a power station in south-west Iran on Saturday, an explosion at a medical clinic north of Tehran that killed 19 people last Tuesday, and an explosion at a missile facility near Tehran on June 26.
· N.K.-associated hackers steal credit card information from online U.S. retail stores: security firm →
Last year, the U.S. sanctioned three hacking groups it accused of carrying out cyberattacks to generate revenue for North Korea, most of the money presumed to flow into Pyongyang's nuclear and missile development programs.
· Signs increasingly point to sabotage in fiery explosion at Iranian nuclear complex →
A critic of the Iran nuclear deal, Amidror said the agreement left Tehran free to strengthen its expertise in two particularly threatening areas: refining centrifuges and improving long-range missile technologies.
· South China Sea chaos: US sends giant aircraft carriers into disputed waters →
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· What to do about reports of a Russian threat to U.S. troops →
wrangled hundreds of millions of dollars to supply the Afghan mujahideen with surface-to-air missiles, which they used to kill Soviets and ultimately drive them from Afghanistan.
· Donald Trump, the unbriefable president →
In July 2017, he batted away the CIA’s conclusion that the North Koreans had developed an intercontinental missile that might soon be capable of reaching U.S. soil.
· China’s Maritime Militia Vessels May Be Military Objectives During Armed Conflict →
Today the most capable units of the PAFMM are prepared to wage a guerilla war style “People’s War at Sea,” armed with sea mines and anti-air artillery and missiles.
· Iran says incident at nuclear site caused 'significant' damage →
The Natanz fire came after reports of an explosion late last month near a missile facility outside Parchin, southeast of Tehran.
· Israel speculated to be behind mysterious explosion at Iranian nuclear site →
It followed a 26 June explosion at the missile facility of Parchin, which was allegedly used to conduct nuclear research in the 1990s, on the outskirts of Tehran.
· Putin ramps up Russia’s military might with 40 new warships in 2020 →
They are also armed with Oniks and Kalibr missiles as well as Poliment-Redut air defence missile systems.