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Weekly Security Digest - August 26

Mollie Tibbetts killed by 'sharp force injuries,' preliminary autopsy reveals

Mollie Tibbetts died as a result of "sharp force injuries," the state medical examiner’s office revealed Thursday, confirming that the body found in a cornfield earlier this week was the missing college student.

Two Iranian-Americans Charged With Spying on Jewish, Israeli Facilities

Two Iranian-Americans have been charged by the Trump administration with spying on Jewish and Israeli-associated facilities in California on behalf of the hardline Iranian regime. 

Trump awards posthumous Medal of Honor to Sgt. John Chapman for heroism in Al Qaeda firefight

President Trump posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to Air Force Sgt. John Chapman, who gave his life to save more than 20 fellow service members on a mountain in Afghanistan in 2002.

Facebook, Google and Twitter remove hundreds of accounts from Russia and Iran that tried to influence US elections

A New FacebookTwitter, and Alphabet collectively removed hundreds of accounts tied to an alleged Iranian propaganda operation on Tuesday, while Facebook took down a second campaign it said was linked to Russia.

Iran threatens to hit U.S., Israel after Trump aide warns of 'maximum pressure'

Iran warned on Wednesday it would hit U.S. and Israeli targets if it were attacked by the United States after President Donald Trump’s security adviser said Washington would exert maximum pressure on Tehran going beyond economic sanctions.

Drive-by shooting at US Embassy in Turkish capital, no casualties: report

Turkish authorities on Monday responded to a drive-by shooting at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara amid increased tensions between the two countries over the detained American pastor, Reuters reported

Iran vows to unveil new fighter jet, missile capabilities

Iran will unveil a new fighter jet as part of the nation's plan to boost its defense capability. 

ISIS leader purportedly urges followers to fight on

ISIS leader al-Baghdadi purportedly calls for new attacks in a recording.

 

 

Thank you to Morris Jordan for submitting Bernard Jordan to be featured in Secure America Now’s veteran recognition program: Home of the Free - Because of the Brave.

'First Lieutenant Bernard L. Jordan enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1935. During World War II, he was known as “Pappy,” since he was older than most of his fellow glider pilots. While serving with the 435th Troop Carrier Group in Europe, he made three invasions – Normandy, Holland, and Germany – flying troops and materiel behind the enemy lines in his American-made WACO CG4-A and his British-made Horsa gliders.'

Thank you, Bernard, for your service. Click the link to submit your own veteran to be featured! https://www.secureamericanow.org/submit_a_veteran

 

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