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Weekly Security Digest - November 24, 2019

Iran Restores Internet Access as Protests Subside, but Threatens More Arrests

Iran restored internet access in large parts of the country after a weeklong shutdown aimed at stifling nationwide protests, but threatened more arrests in a brutal crackdown that exposes the challenges facing a government struggling to cope with harsh U.S. sanctions.

Israel strikes ‘dozens’ of targets in Syria over rockets fired by Iranian force

The Israeli military said it struck dozens of targets in Syria belonging to Iranian forces and the Syrian regime in the predawn hours of Wednesday morning, in response to four rockets that were fired at Israel the day before.

Border Patrol nabs human-trafficking suspects, migrants after hole cut in US-Mexico barrier, truck driven through; 16 arrested

Human trafficking suspects operating along the U.S.-Mexico border this week thought they had an ingenious way to bring illegal immigrants into California – but federal Border Patrol agents were one step ahead of them, tracking down and arresting all 16 people, authorities said Thursday.

Michael Bloomberg launches campaign for president

Michael Bloomberg announced Sunday he is running for president, bringing a narrow following but boundless bank account to the crowded Democratic primary.

Giuliani: Joe Biden Should Be Prosecuted For Bribery

Giuliani cited Biden’s boast at a Council on Foreign Relations event that he had threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid from Ukraine unless the government fired a prosecutor.

 

 


 

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

"George served from 1942 to 1945 earning a good conduct medal and European, African, Middle Eastern service medal. He was in Battles in Tunisia, Sicily, Naples - Foggia, Rome -Arno Northern Appennines. He passed away Memorial Day 2013 age 93. Thanks, Dad!"

Thank you, George, for your service. Click the link to submit your own veteran to be featured! 

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This past Wednesday night, the top ten Democratic primary candidates took to the stage at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia for the fifth Democratic debate of the year. As expected, the candidates who were involved provided little substance throughout the two-hour debate, and the most important questions surrounding U.S. national security were overshadowed by talks of open borders and impeachment.

RECAP: The Fifth Democratic Debate