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The Solberetsky. The Bellingcat and The Insider managed to confirm the involvement of Petrov and Boshirov in the special services

  A joint investigation of The Bellingcat and The Insider has made it possible to establish that Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, suspected by Britain of the poisoning of the Violins, are indeed officers of the Russian special services. This … Continue reading

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Pakistan: Allah, Army and America continue to remain relevant

By Col (Dr) Tej Kumar Tikoo (Retd.) Date : 21 Apr , 2016         History of Pakistan since its independence has been one of a vassal state, mostly of the U.S., which used its (Pakistan’s) pre-eminent geo-strategic location … Continue reading

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North Korea’s dispersed and hidden weapons complex highlights the challenge of denuclearization

North Korea’s dispersed and hidden weapons complex highlights the challenge of denuclearizationWhile the U.S.-North Korean summit may have lessened the immediate risk of a war, the elimination of the North Korean threat is at best a distant prospect, according to weapons experts and veterans of past negotiations with Pyongyang. Such an achievement would require difficult negotiations, years of dismantling and verification, and — perhaps most important — a profound change in the behavior of a state with a long history of cheating and deception on its past commitments, analysts said. Continue reading

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Speculations Rise Over Cost of Denuclearization

According to one estimate, the cost of dismantling North Korea’s nuclear weapons program could be at least five times higher than that of Ukraine.  Continue reading

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N.Korea: Kim Jong Un Reinstates Female ‘Pleasure Squads’ for Sexual Service

In 2010, Marie Claire published the harrowing account of a 15-year-old girl who was “recruited” into one such group while Kim’s father was still in power.

“Refusal was not an option,” the article said. “Any attempt at dissent, or to defect, was an offence punishable by death.”
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N.Korea: Channeling Foreign Information Technology, Information to Regime Goals

Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive: December 2003 Archives Pyongyang is working with Koreans abroad and other foreign partners in information technology (IT) ventures, sending software developers overseas for exposure to international trends, granting scientists access to foreign data, and … Continue reading

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A STAND IN THE MOMENT OF…2015

Nun finally makes it & Testifies after Obama Husain refused her entry to USA About Suffering of Christians in Iraq Continue reading

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