The science of spying: how the CIA secretly recruits academics

October 11, 2017

The long read: In order to tempt nuclear scientists from countries such as Iran or North Korea to defect, US spy agencies routinely send agents to academic conferences or even host their own fake ones The Iran were willing to spend. To show his sincerity and goodwill, the agent put his hand over his heart. Salam habibi, he said. Im from the CIA, and I want you to board a…

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Bunkering down: sales of nuclear shelters climb in Japan wary of North Korea tests

July 17, 2017

Fears of devastating shakes and tsunamis are giving way to relates over atomic onslaught following various missile measures conducted by Pyongyang A brief research trip to Japans north-east coast to witness the consequences of the VX and sarin. But today, it is the potential for a manmade calamity , not a natural woe, that has convinced the retired professor that he was right to part with almost 8m yens to…

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North Korea missile test a ‘new threat to world’, says US amid show of military force

July 5, 2017

Kim Jong-un calls experiment a 4 July gift to American mongrels as United states secretary of state pushes activity against Northern korean and regime The United States has ramped up pressing on North Korea after Tuesdays successful intercontinental tomahawk missile assessment, making a show of force off the Korean promontory with a accuracy firing practice and warning that any country hiding North Korean employees was abetting Kim Jong-uns regime. The…

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North Korea launches missile salvo at area where US aircraft carrier fleet had sailed

June 8, 2017

Missiles land in part of Sea of Japan where USS Carl Vinson and USS Ronald Reagan had been conducting ploys this week the North shelled a short-range scud rocket that territory in Japans maritime fiscal area, proceeding strong asserts from Tokyo. The government claimed that the rocket was given with a precision controller lead organization and had shored within seven metres of its target. In mid-May, Moon Jae-in, a left-leaning…

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UN panel releases draft treaty banning possession and use of nuclear weapons

May 23, 2017

States would have to destroy any atomic weapon they have and would be forbidden from transferring them A draft treaty restricting the owned and use of all nuclear weapons. The draft treaty is the culmination of a held expedition, supported by more than 130 non-nuclear regimes annoyed with the sclerotic tempo of disarmament, to proscribe nuclear weapons and urged nuclear-armed the countries to disarm. Nine countries are known or believed…

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Trump summons entire Senate to White House briefing on North Korea

April 25, 2017

Extraordinary step taken as administration distress UN security council for full force of existing sanctions and further measures in happen of nuclear test The entire US Senate will go to the White House on Wednesday to be briefed by elderly administration officials about the brewing strife with North Korea. The rare briefing highlights the urgency with which the Trump administration is plowing the threat posed by Pyongyangs persisting development of…

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