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Weekly Security Digest - October 23, 2020

Trump announces peace deal between Sudan and Israel, says more nations will normalize relations

President Trump on Friday announced a peace deal that would normalize ties with between Israel and Sudan, claiming there "would be many more peace deals to come in the Middle East."

Rouhani Says Next U.S. President Must Admit Defeat, ‘Surrender to Iran’

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday the Islamic republic is entirely uninterested in the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election because the next incumbent of the White House will have to surrender to the Iranian nation.

Hunter Biden’s Ex-Business Partner Alleges Father Knew About Venture

An ex-business partner of Hunter Biden, in a news conference organized by the Trump campaign, alleged that former Vice President Joe Biden was part of discussions around his son’s efforts to form an investment venture with a Chinese oil company.

CBP: Total of 450 miles of new border wall to be completed by end of the year

CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said the agency is building about 10 miles of wall a week, and they are hoping to hit 450 miles by the end of the year.

Suspect in Shooting of Houston Police Officer Not a Legal U.S. Resident

According to U.S. Immigration and Customs, an El Salvadorian national charged in the death of a Houston Police Sergeant is unlawfully present in the country.

 

 


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