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UN Security Council votes against probe into US biolabs

The UN Security Council has rejected Russia’s call for an international investigation into claims that the US used laboratories in Ukraine to develop biological weapons. While China backed Russia’s proposal, the US, Britain, and France voted against it, and the ten rotating council members abstained. Russia insists that the US …

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Putin announces new security measures in Russia

Russia is overhauling the way its federal and regional governments operate due to the continued threat posed by Ukraine and the need for a more efficient response to it, President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday. Speaking at a meeting of the Russian National Security Council, Putin announced signing several documents …

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White House unveils national security strategy

The White House has released its first official National Security Strategy of Joe Biden’s presidency nearly two years in, replacing an interim version adopted in March 2021. Introducing the document on Wednesday, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan described the “decisive decade” to come embodying two “fundamental” challenges: competing to “shape …

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Kiev was gearing up for military conflict since 2019 – security chief

A top Ukrainian security official has said that Kiev had been gearing up for hostilities with Russia since as early as December 2019. The Russian military had earlier reported uncovering classified Ukrainian documents indicating a planned offensive against Donbass rebels. The revelation about Kiev’s military preparation was made by Aleksey …

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US security agencies warn more racist attacks coming

Law enforcement should be prepared for racially-motivated violence inspired by the writings of the Buffalo supermarket shooter, the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and National Counterterrorism Center warned in a memo circulated on Wednesday. The authorities warned that potential mass shooters may be motivated to commit “copycat” massacres if they …

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German security official warns about ‘enemies of the state’

The current energy crisis and inflation could lead to protests in Germany’s North Rhine-Westphalia, the region’s interior minister has warned. Herbert Reul added that these issues are being exploited by conspiracy theorists, whom he described as a threat to the German state. Appearing on n-tv’s Fruhstart program on Monday, Reul …

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Zelensky fires security chiefs amid crackdown

President Vladimir Zelensky on Monday fired the heads of three regional offices of the nation’s Security Service (SBU), Ukraine’s successor to the KGB. Earlier, he dismissed the top official in the agency, citing widespread treason among agents. The top security officials in the Kiev, Lviv, and Ternopol regions were fired …

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Germany at risk of mass unrest – security official

Germany could be facing mass unrest this autumn and protests over the energy crisis could be hijacked by extremists, a regional head of the country’s domestic security agency has said. Stephan Kramer, who heads the BfV in the state of Thuringia, said Germany must be prepared for the possibility that …

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Russia summons UN Security Council over nuclear emergency

Russia has summoned an emergency session of the UN Security Council to discuss the situation at Ukraine’s Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which has been the subject of regular shelling attacks. Moscow wants the chief of the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to brief the council on …

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China fines Didi for breaching data security laws

China has fined ride-hailing giant Didi Global 8.026 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) following a year-long probe into the company’s data-collecting practices, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced on Thursday. According to the CAC statement published on its official website, the regulator concluded that Didi had violated Chinese laws governing …

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