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How insider threats challenge U.S. national security

US national security faces rising challenges from insider threats and organizational rigidity, says political scientist Amy Zegart. Zegart writes that in the past five years, seemingly trustworthy US military and intelligence insiders have been responsible...
Syria civil war

International agencies can’t deliver aid in Syria

A precarious operating environment constrains aid delivery to syrians due to neverending fights, blocked routes and lack of recognised authority in most of the syrian territory. Although nobody want to admit it, Syria is...

The Memphis bells rang for Martin Luther King

Jesse Jackson, one of the historical leaders of the civil rights movements in the US, was very close to Martin Luther King when the Nobel Peace Prize was shot dead at the Lorraine Motel...

US commander for South Korea: “We are ready for war”

Six decades after a Soviet-American arrangement divided the peninsula between Communist (North) and Democratic (South) Korea, the conflict reaches its hottest moment. Pyongyang's provocations and confrontation are not new. It is true that the...

The Esperanto language celebrates its 130th birthday with an international party in Korea

The most international summer birthday will be celebrated this year in the Korean capital Seoul. There will be more than a thousand people from sixty countries gathered to participate in the Universal Congress of...

30% of flights could be forced to fly at night due to climate change

Hot air, being less dense than cold air, forces airplanes to move faster to gain speed to be able to rise. The problem is that airports do not have long enough lanes. Last June, the...

Switzerland prohibits cooking live lobsters in boiling water

The Government of Switzerland has banned the culinary practice of throwing live lobsters into boiling water for cooking and has established that before they should be stunned, as part of a review of their...

The brain of the theft of the century in France, processed 40 years later...

With forty-two years of delay, the case of Jacques Cassandri has begun to be judged in Marseille, for presenting himself without evidence as "brain" of the French version of one of the numerous "robberies...

Stephen Hawking, the most famous scientist in the world, dies at 76

Stephen Hawking has died. At age 76 and in the tranquility of his residence in Cambridge. The most well-known and recognized physicist of the world left unannounced and in full professional activity. Active until...

A three-year-old boy shoots and injures two children in a Detroit home

The Detroit Police Dept. has reported on Thursday that a baby has accidentally shot and injured two children in a home in Detroit, Michigan. Dearborn security chief Ronald Haddad has indicated that the preliminary investigation...
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