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The Intel IT podcast channel is a resource of audio, video and IT whitepaper (PDFs) that enable IT professionals to engage with their peers in the Intel IT organization—and with thousands of other IT professionals—so they can gain insights into the tools, methods, strategies and IT best practices that are proving most successful in addressing today's tough IT challenges. Topics include: IT Best Practices, IT Competitive Advantage, IT Business Value, IT Business Agility, IT Continuity, IT Clo ...
 
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As Commander Shepard awaits to be tried by the Alliance Defense Committee -confidential and covert intel on the rumored sentient species known as the Reapers- makes its way into an unsuspecting soldier’s life. While the rest of the human race is oblivious to the 50,000 year old threat, N6 Operative Flynn Silvers faces the first remnants of an ancient myth come to life. The year is 2186, and London will never be the same again...
 
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The French armed forces minister has said her government is looking at a number of options to minimize financial losses from Australia's decision to end a lucrative submarine contract with France's Naval Group. Speaking on Thursday, Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly said that the French government will look to ensure that the financial loss to t…
 
The daughter of Rodrigo Duterte, who also tops all opinion polls on preferred candidates to replace him as president, has said she will seek to be reelected as mayor of Davao City, with her younger brother to run as vice-mayor. “According to Mayor Sara, she will run for reelection as Davao City Mayor,” Sara Duterte-Carpio’s spokesperson, Christina …
 
Despite the elbow bump becoming the greeting of choice for world leaders lately, Australian Defense Minister Peter Dutton hasn’t mastered the move, trying and failing to greet his Korean counterpart in a cringeworthy video. Dutton traveled to Seoul earlier this week to talk military cooperation, joint infantry exercises, and naval and air force tra…
 
China’s mammoth inoculation campaign has seen more than one billion of its citizens – just over 70% of its population – fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to figures from Beijing’s National Health Commission. In a press conference on Thursday, senior health official Lei Zhenglong revealed that as of September 15, over one billion p…
 
America's Top general denies wrongdoing amid calls for his resignation over reported moves to protect United States from Trump; Biden says he has "Complete confidence" in general Milley as new book details calls to China amid fears about Trump; Trump accusing general Milley of "Treason" over reported calls to China amid fears Trump might spark war;…
 
France's foreign minister has spoken of his "anger" and "bitterness" and has criticized the US and Britain, after the allies agreed a deal to supply nuclear submarines to Australia, undoing Paris' $40-billion deal for French subs. "I am angry and bitter. This isn't done between allies," Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told franceinfo radio on T…
 
The British PM has hailed a pact between the UK, Australia and the US, which will see Canberra take delivery of nuclear-powered subs, stating the deal will help safeguard peace and security in the Indo-Pacific for years to come. Speaking to parliament on Thursday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the house that the UK and Australia are as …
 
A new plan by the US, UK, and Australia to provide Canberra with nuclear-powered submarines undermines regional stability and intensifies the arms race, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said. US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Australian PM Scott Morrison announced the AUKUS initiative during a joint virtual event lat…
 
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic 18 months ago, the schools of millions of children worldwide remain almost totally closed, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said, urging institutions to reopen. In an urgent warning released on Thursday, the organization said schools for almost 77 million students in six nations are stil…
 
The commander of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara was killed in a French military operation, President Emmanuel Macron said in a tweet. The jihadist cell was active in the Mali-Niger border region in the African Sahel. “Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, leader of the terrorist group Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, was neutralized by French forces…
 
Rapper Nicki Minaj says she ended up in “Twitter jail” after starting an internet argument about vaccination allegedly causing testicle swelling in Trinidad – a claim the local government has taken live on air to refute. The government in Port of Spain took the story of the swollen balls of Minaj’s “cousin’s friend in Trinidad” to a whole new level…
 
North Korea’s armed forces tested out a new “railway-borne missile system,” which traveled some 800km (497 miles) before hitting a target off the country’s east coast, state media reported. “The railway-borne missile system serves as an efficient counter-strike means capable of dealing a harsh multi-concurrent blow to the threat-posing forces,” sai…
 
The US, UK and Australia have announced a new military initiative, dedicated to a “free and open Indo-Pacific.” The first step of the alliance that appears to be aimed against China is to provide Canberra with nuclear submarines. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison joined US President Joe Biden in a vi…
 
Pope Francis has sidestepped a question on whether President Joe Biden and other Catholic politicians who support abortion rights should be denied Holy Communion, but he called for priests to show compassion to such leaders. Priests must use the “style of God” in ministering to elected officials, showing their flocks “closeness, compassion and tend…
 
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has granted its prosecutor’s request to open an investigation, within the jurisdiction of the court, into alleged crimes committed in the Philippines during the ‘war on drugs’. In a statement on Wednesday, the ICC’s pre-trial chamber granted its prosecutor permission to probe reported crimes in the Philippines…
 
President Biden is set to announce a three-way tech-sharing pact with the UK and Australia, including nuclear defense, sources close to the White House told Politico. The countries will meet to discuss ‘threats’ including China. Biden is expected to announce a new defense pact, reportedly called AUUKUS and involving the UK and Australia, according …
 
South Korea’s military successfully trialled a new submarine-launched ballistic missile in the presence of its president just hours after Pyongyang fired rockets into the sea off Japan. On Wednesday, South Korea confirmed that its military had tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) near its Agency for Defence Development (ADD) in Sout…
 
Pyongyang has fired two unidentified projectiles from its east coast into the Sea of Japan, according to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Japanese Coast Guard. The projectiles, alleged to be ballistic missiles, appear to have landed outside of Japan’s exclusive economic zone, according to the coast guard. Neither Japanese authorities, no…
 
Final hours of voting in high-stakes California recall. CNN investigates Trump’s lies and attempt to overturn election. Trump tried to pressure election and DOJ officials to intervene in election. GOP rewriting voting rules in multiple states based on Trump’s “stolen election” lies. Milwaukee election official threatened more than 150 times. Trump …
 
Haiti’s top prosecutor was fired and replaced after calling for charges against the country’s prime minister for the murder of President Jovenel Moise, though a dismissal letter claimed it related to an “administrative error.” Chief public prosecutor Bed-Ford Claude was terminated on Tuesday, with a new replacement sworn in just hours after Claude …
 
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, whose advice guided much of the global response to the Covid pandemic, has seemingly washed its hands of one virus while warning the world isn’t prepared to deal with the next big pandemic. The foundation’s annual report, released on Tuesday, bemoaned the poverty increases wrought “by Covid-19” – omitting that…
 
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has opened two investigations into TikTok, focusing on the platform’s handling of children’s personal data, and the transfer of information to China, where TikTok’s parent company is based. The inquiries were announced by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) on Tuesday, with the first to investigate whether TikT…
 
A Haitian prosecutor is seeking charges against PM Ariel Henry over an alleged link to the murder of late President Jovenel Moise. He has also asked for a restraining order to prevent the official from fleeing the country. The high-profile accusations were levied by Haiti's chief public prosecutor, Bed-Ford Claude, on Tuesday. In a letter to a judg…
 
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that people on the African continent are being “left behind” in the global Covid-19 inoculation campaign, after Africa’s health chief said only 3.5% were vaccinated. Speaking on Tuesday, WHO Secretary-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus once again highlighted the problems of vaccine inequality…
 
Police in Germany have arrested a German-Iranian citizen on suspicion that he exported €1.1 million of equipment to Iranian firms blacklisted by the EU for use in Tehran’s nuclear program. On Tuesday, Germany’s public prosecutor announced that the man, referred to only as Alexander J., was arrested in the Segeberg district of Schleswig-Holstein. Th…
 
Vienna will take no part in the resettlement of Afghan refugees evacuated from Kabul after the Taliban takeover, said Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, insisting that the country already has enough migrants from Afghanistan. The US and its allies have flown more than 123,000 civilians out of the Afghan capital Kabul after it fell into the hands …
 
The French president has said that the country is moving to modernize its police force, increasing the number of boots on the ground while looking at ways to monitor the conduct of law enforcement officers. Speaking on Tuesday at the National Police School in Roubaix, President Emmanuel Macron said he wanted to introduce a new law for internal secu…
 
The president of the Czech Republic has been hospitalized, although no information on his condition has been provided. He is known to have various health conditions, including diabetes, and was a heavy smoker and drinker. On Tuesday, Czech President Milos Zeman was admitted to the Central Military University Hospital in Prague shortly after 11am (9…
 
As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 approached Peter Bergen sought to reevaluate the man responsible for precipitating America’s long wars with al-Qaeda and its descendants. Bergen produced the first television interview with bin Laden in 1997. He has had years to reflect on and study the man. In his new book The Rise and Fall of Osama bin Laden he cap…
 
A man was arrested with a machete, bayonet, swastika and White supremacist symbols near the DNC, as the Capitol police declare emergency ahead of a right-wing 9/18 demonstration. Capitol fencing returns this week ahead of the 9/18 rally. The defense secretary's "biggest concern is that someone will try to export terror to the Untied States again." …
 
The Chinese authorities have said that Covid-19 infections in the southeastern province of Fujian have more than doubled in the previous 24 hours. Preliminary tests suggest the Delta variant is responsible for some of the cases. On Tuesday the Chinese National Health Commission said that 59 new locally transmitted cases had been identified on Monda…
 
Google’s parent firm has been made to cough up some $177 million by a South Korean antitrust regulator, which accused the company of abusing its dominant position in the market and hampering industry competition. The fine of $176.64 million (207 billion won) was imposed by South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) on Tuesday, having launched a pro…
 
Digital rights group CitizenLab has discovered a vulnerability that allowed Israeli spyware company NSO Group to implant its Pegasus malware onto virtually every iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch device. CitizenLab revealed the vulnerability on Monday, a week after discovering it by analyzing the phone of a Saudi activist that had been infected with the…
 
A panel of Cuban scientists has declared that there is “no scientific evidence” for US claims that diplomats on the island fell ill due to sonic warfare attacks. The mysterious illnesses have been dubbed ‘Havana Syndrome’. When US Vice President Kamala Harris’ flight from Singapore to Hanoi was delayed last month due to the sickness of two American…
 
A Palestinian man stabbed and wounded two Israelis in a Jerusalem cosmetics shop, before being shot by border police, local law enforcement has said. The suspect and two victims are receiving hospital treatment. The incident unfolded on Monday at a store in Jerusalem, with Israel's Magen David Adom ambulance service saying that the victims, both me…
 
As if Covid-19 wasn’t enough, India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh is faced with a major outbreak of dengue fever. The mosquito-borne tropical disease has already infected almost 600 people and killed dozens. Dengue fever is spread via mosquito bites, causing skin rash, high fever, headache, vomiting and muscle and joint pains. Its severe phase …
 
Israeli officials have been caught admitting that in many situations, the country’s ‘Green Pass’ is not “medically justified,” but exists to pressure citizens into getting vaccinated. Israelis who want to visit bars, restaurants, swimming pools, and all indoor or outdoor events of more than 100 people must show their ‘Green Pass’, a document provin…
 
The former leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, was unable to attend a junta court hearing due to being unwell, a member of her legal team has said. The trial had already been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday, the deposed leader’s lawyer, Min Min Soe, told AFP and Reuters that Suu Kyi had skipped the resumption of her trial afte…
 
Venezuela’s electrical system was targeted by another “terrorist attack” on Sunday, minister of electric power Nestor Reverol has said, referring to power outages in the Caracas area and other parts of the Latin American country. There was an explosion and fire at an electrical substation in the Jose Angel Lamas municipality of northern Aragua stat…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has registered its anger and disappointment over Japan’s decision to revise textbook language on so-called comfort women, victims of Japanese wartime sexual slavery and other forced workers. Speaking on Monday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters at a daily briefing that abuses against comfort …
 
The Lebanese government has said it will receive $1.135 billion in International Monetary Fund (IMF) Special Drawing Rights as the newly formed government tries to tackle the worst economic collapse in decades. On Monday, Lebanon’s Finance Ministry said in a statement that the central bank would be receiving $1.135 billion in Special Drawing Rights…
 
Lockdown in New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, won’t be lifted, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said as the country, which tries to stem a Delta variant outbreak, reported the worst number of Covid-19 cases in 11 days on Monday. Some 1.7 million residents in Auckland will remain under strict Level 4 lockdown until midnight on September 21, Ardern …
 
Prague might have to dispose of thousands of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine doses, as they expire next month. The demand for the jab recommended only to those over 60 years old due to possible side effects remains low. Some 55,000 doses of the vaccine manufactured by Anglo-Swedish company AstraZeneca and shipped to the Czech Republic are set to exp…
 
North Korean state media has reported that the country carried out tests of its new long-range cruise missile. The launch took place over the weekend, and saw the missile successfully hit its target, according to the report. The tests were carried out over the course of two days, on Saturday and on Sunday, North Korea’s state KCNA news agency repor…
 
Never in America’s history has there been such a push to demand that Americans get vaccinated… or else?!? Loss of job, removal from college, isolated from businesses, and family⏤people are being threatened if they do not comply. Like so many other decisions we make in our lives, our healthcare has never been left to the collective; it was up to eac…
 
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI) of Iran reaffirmed “the spirit of cooperation,” as Iran agreed to allow IAEA inspectors access to cameras at Iranian nuclear facilities. After IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi met with AEOI vice president and head Mohammad Eslami, it was announced that IAEA i…
 
The US and its allies have failed to achieve all their goals after 9/11 but did “defeat terrorism,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel said as her own intelligence warned about thousands of Islamists in the country. “We have now had to recognize that although we have been able to defeat terrorism, which is endangering our security, at the present time…
 
Australia’s Queensland has narrowly escaped a snap lockdown, like the ones in effect in Melbourne and Sydney, by reporting no new Covid cases, as the government stocks up on Moderna vaccines in the hopes of reviving the economy. Residents of the country’s third most populous state heaved a sigh of relief on Sunday after it reported zero new Covid-1…
 
Footage from witnesses has captured multiple explosions at the Erbil International Airport in Iraq’s Kurdistan region. The blasts were apparently from a drone strike targeting the airport, which is used by the US-led coalition. Local media reported, citing Kurdistan Region’s Directorate of Counter Terrorism (CTD), that “explosive-laden drones” targ…
 
Email reveals preps for "Mass Casualty Event" ahead of January 6; Assessing the terror threat 20 years after 9/11; Biden dares GOP to sue over vaccine mandate: "Have at it"; Biden defends sweeping vaccine mandates for millions of Americans as republicans accuse him of "Overreach" More Americans very worried about pandemic now than last year; White …
 
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