Weekly Security Digest - November 25
A new bombshell report based on a secret trove of seized Iranian nuclear documents shows the Islamic Republic had concrete plans to manufacture and build at least five nuclear weapons and that it was much further along in this scheme than previously known by the international community.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on Muslims worldwide on Saturday to unite against the United States, instead of “rolling out red carpets for criminals”.
North Korea blew up ten guard posts on its border with South Korea yesterday in the latest thaw in relations between the enemies.
A group of about 150 migrants carrying white flags that read, "La paz y Dios," or "Peace and God are With Us," separated from the larger caravan near Southern California and inched within 500 feet of the U.S., a report Thursday said.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday that the migrant caravans headed toward the U.S. won't be allowed to enter, a prediction he made after talking to Mexico's foreign secretary.
An Israeli settler is suing Airbnb over its ban on West Bank settlement listings, heeding the call of Israeli officials to challenge the decision.
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