Tag: National/Public Security
11 months ago
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China Drafts Rules for Facial-Recognition Use

Authorities propose limits on when to use such technology, even as they leave national-security exceptions

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12 months ago
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With China Attending, Ukraine Peace Discussions Inch Forward

Saudi-hosted talks, which excluded Russia, narrowed gaps between Ukraine and major developing countries over fair con...

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12 months ago
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In Saudi Arabia’s Ukraine Peace Talks, How to Measure Success?

Questions around Jeddah talks include who will turn up, whether participants will agree on date for peace summit

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12 months ago
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Makeshift Bases and Fast-Moving Troops: How the Marines Train to Thwart China

Taiwan’s annual military exercises and civilian drills have expanded dramatically this year in the wake of the Ukrain...

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12 months ago
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Saudi Arabia to Host Ukraine Peace Talks as Part of Western Effort to Woo Global South

Washington and Europe are hoping the talks, which exclude Russia, can lead to international backing for peace terms f...

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12 months ago
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Russia Blames Ukraine for Fresh Drone Strikes on Central Moscow, Crimea

An ammunition depot was on fire in the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula on Saturday after Ukraine struck fuel infra...

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12 months ago
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U.S., Allies Hold Record-Setting Military Exercise in Australia in Message Aimed at China

The joint drills involving 13 nations are most expansive in the Talisman Sabre exercise’s history, officials say

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12 months ago
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Two Killed in New Zealand Shooting on Eve of Women’s World Cup

Authorities say gunman also dead in incident at construction site, five others injured

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about 1 year ago
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Israel Shells Southern Lebanon Amid Fears of Multifront Escalation

Tensions are high after an Israeli military operation in the occupied West Bank

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about 1 year ago
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What Is Happening in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza? What to Know About the Conflict

The largest Israeli military operation in the West Bank in decades has continued into a second day. Hundreds of famil...

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Counterattack Is Heavy Going, West Says, as Russia Resists

As Ukraine’s counteroffensive grinds on, Kyiv has been hitting military infrastructure and supply lines deep inside R...

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about 1 year ago
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Israel, Gaza Militants Trade Fire as West Bank Assault Ends

The Israeli military carried out airstrikes in Gaza early Wednesday in retaliation to rockets fired by Palestinian mi...

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about 1 year ago
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Residents Flee West Bank Camp as Israeli Operation Extends Into Second Day

The largest Israeli military operation in the West Bank in decades has continued into a second day. Hundreds of famil...

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about 1 year ago
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Israeli Military Launches Airstrikes on West Bank City of Jenin, Killing at Least Eight

Israeli military says it is conducting a counterterrorism operation targeting armed militants in Jenin

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about 1 year ago
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Russian Diplomat Ends Squat on Embassy Site in Australia After Court Setback

Judge rules that Russia can’t keep control of land while it challenges government’s decision to terminate lease

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about 1 year ago
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Why Wagner Chief Prigozhin Turned Against Putin

Military infighting, financial pressures and personal political ambitions played into brash decision

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about 1 year ago
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Putin’s War on Ukraine Backfires, Leading to Wagner Uprising at Home

Russian armed police were seen outside the Wagner Center in St. Petersburg after the paramilitary group’s owner Yevge...

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about 1 year ago
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As Wagner Fighters Take Rostov in Russian South, Some Residents Offer Support

Mercenaries hand out flags in the city of more than a million people. Many people stay indoors out of fear.

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Strikes Bridge Supplying Russian Troops

The Biden administration’s decision to authorize the transfer of F-16s and provide pilot training to Ukraine could ch...

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about 1 year ago
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Uganda School Massacre Signals Islamic State’s Growing Reach in Africa

People in Uganda held funerals for victims of a terrorist attack at a school that killed 41 people on June 16. A comm...

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about 1 year ago
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Suspected Islamic State Fighters Planned to Strike Military Before Attacking Ugandan School, Offi...

At least 37 students, four adults were killed in assault on boarding school

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about 1 year ago
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Suspected Islamic State Allies Kill at Least 37 High-School Students in Uganda

Gunmen attacked private boarding school near border with eastern Congo, set dormitory on fire

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about 1 year ago
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Russian Strikes Kill Six in Ukraine as Moscow Looks to Undermine Kyiv’s Counteroffensive

Moscow’s attacks in the south and east of the country are designed to disrupt Kyiv’s moves to retake territory

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Targets Russian Defensive Lines in Sign Counteroffensive Is in Motion

Residents in Kherson came under fire as they tried to evacuate from flooded areas in Ukraine Thursday, after the dest...

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about 1 year ago
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Russian Strike Kills Ukrainian Child, Wounds Several More

The two Ukrainian-backed volunteer groups that claimed responsibility for the incursion of Russia’s Belgorod region s...

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about 1 year ago
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Feud Between Russian Warlords Exposes Cracks in Kremlin’s War Machine

In a video interview posted on Telegram late Tuesday, the head of the Russian paramilitary group Wagner said that 20,...

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about 1 year ago
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Fighting in Russian Border Region Following Incursion Enters Second Day

Ukraine is on the brink of launching a counteroffensive against Russia. WSJ reporter James Marson and retired Brigadi...

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about 1 year ago
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To Aid Ukraine in Fight Against Russia, Allies Look to Security Model Like Israel’s

NATO membership isn’t on the table for now, but U.S. and European allies could provide Kyiv guarantees for weapons, a...

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about 1 year ago
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Zelensky Travels to Saudi Arabia to Address Arab Leaders With Close Russia Ties

Many Arab countries have tried to stay neutral on the war and even embraced Moscow’s presence in the Middle East

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about 1 year ago
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Train Derails in Russia-Controlled Crimea, With Authorities Blaming ‘Outsiders’

Recent attacks on Russian supply networks on the peninsula come ahead of an expected Ukrainian counteroffensive

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about 1 year ago
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Train Derails in Russia-Controlled Crimea, With Authorities Blaming ‘Outsiders’

Recent attacks on Russian supply networks on the peninsula come ahead of an expected Ukrainian counteroffensive

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about 1 year ago
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‘Bakhmut Trap’: Ukrainian Advances Vindicate Defense of Besieged City

Video footage shows artillery fighting, a grenade attack and explosions as Ukrainian soldiers try to maintain control...

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about 1 year ago
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Russia Launches Fresh Wave of Attacks Against Ukraine

Ukrainian counterattack around Bakhmut kills Russian commander, deputy

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Used U.K. Missiles to Strike Russian-Controlled Territory, Russia Claims

Kyiv struck the eastern territory of Luhansk using British-supplied Storm Shadow air-to-ground cruise missiles, accor...

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine’s Zelensky Visits Rome to Meet Pope Francis, Italian Leaders

Pontiff has volunteered to serve as an intermediary in peace negotiations between Ukraine and Russia

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about 1 year ago
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Sudan Power Battle Reignites Violence in Restive Darfur

Mineral-rich region is still recovering from genocidal conflict in the early 2000s

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about 1 year ago
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Wagner Threatens to Pull Out of Ukraine in Latest Internal Russia Spat

Graphic video shot in front of rows of dead soldiers underlines Moscow’s divisions ahead of expected Ukrainian offensive

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about 1 year ago
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China’s Police Deals in the Pacific Get Pushback From the U.S. and Its Allies

Police take on outsize importance in region where few countries have militaries

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about 1 year ago
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Russian Government Says Kremlin Hit by Ukraine Drones, Blames Kyiv

Moscow says nobody injured, considers attack an attempt on President Putin’s life

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