Weekly Security Digest - March 1, 2020
America’s longest war finally has an end in sight. The US and the Taliban signed a peace deal Saturday that could see all American troops withdrawn from Afghanistan by May 2021, ending the conflict that began less than a month after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday appointed Vice President Mike Pence to lead a task force to combat the spread of the coronavirus, defying calls to appoint an outside expert to coordinate the response.
A 20-mile section of new border wall built near El Paso, Texas, cut illegal crossings by more than 80%, the government’s top border official told Congress on Thursday.
An illegal alien arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a toddler would have been in federal custody had the Chicago Police Department in 2019 honored an immigration detainer on him and not release him back into the community.
The worst outbreak of coronavirus in Europe has spurred the U.S. government to issue the highest level of warning Sunday to the two Italian regions hardest hit by the virus.
Thank you to Sergio Alvarez for submitting Magda Mayo to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"Magda is a veteran of the Gulf War from California. This past October she organized a 22-mile walk fundraiser to bring awareness to military personnel that commit suicide at a rate of 22/day. They started their walk at 7:45 PM and it ended at 5:45 AM on Saturday morning."
Thank you, Magda, for your service to this nation and your support for our veterans!
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