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Iran says it dismantled a ‘complicated’ CIA cyber operation in several countries

A senior Iranian security official said on Monday that Tehran had dismantled “one of the most complicated” espionage operations by the United States Central Intelligence Agency, leading to “arrests and confessions” of suspects in several countries. The announcement was made by Ali Shamkhani (pictured), secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, the Islamic Republic’s highest security decision-making body, which is chaired by the country’s president.

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A millionaire was sentenced to 9 years in prison after a man died trying to build secret tunnels under his home

A millionaire stock trader was sentenced to nine years in prison Monday in the death of a worker he'd hired to dig tunnels beneath his house in suburban Washington, DC, as protection from potential North Korean missile strikes. Daniel Beckwitt, 28, had been found guilty in April of second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the death of Askia Khafra, 21, who was found "naked" and "charred" in the burnt-out basement of the Bethesda, Maryland, residence.

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Italian Banks Conspired To Rip Off Customers With Outrageous Diamond-Selling Scheme

Picture this: A group of corrupt banks get together with several similarly corrupt brokers and other parties, and collude to convince the investing public that a  given asset is not only a "safe" investment, but that it's also worth far more than investors would ever be willing to pay under ideal market circumstances. They accomplish this by colluding to tightly control the flow of information and capital underpinning said market.

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Hong Kong leader offers 'most sincere apology' as bill may expire

Hong Kong's leader apologised again for the turmoil surrounding a controversial extradition bill that would have allowed suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial, and indicated it would not be revived during the current legislative session. Millions of people have taken to the streets of the semi-autonomous territory to protest the bill, which they fear would lead to critics of Beijing being targeted if passed. Chief Executive Carrie Lam offered a "most sincere apology" on Tuesday, telling reporters at a press briefing she had heard people's concerns "loud and clear".

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Saudi Crown Prince MBS warns against exploiting Khashoggi murder

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) has warned against "exploiting" the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi for political gains, in what appeared to be a veiled attack on Turkey. Turkey's ties with Saudi Arabia have come under strain since the brutal killing of Khashoggi last October in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, which tarnished the reputation of MBS.

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US to send 1,000 additional troops to Middle East over Iranian concerns

The United States will send about 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East in response to White House claims that Iran attacked two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week, Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan said. "The recent Iranian attacks validate the reliable, credible intelligence we have received on hostile behavior by Iranian forces and their proxy groups that threaten United States personnel and interests across the region," Shanahan said in a statement on Monday, Reuters news agency reported.

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SIPRI: Israel owns 80-90 nuclear warheads

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said in a report that despite maintaining a long-term policy of not commenting on its nuclear arsenal, Israel is believed to own between 80 and 90 nuclear warheads.

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California Seeks to Strip Doctors of Authority to Grant Kids Medical Exemptions for Vaccinations

Imagine taking your two-month-old daughter in for her scheduled vaccines. Imagine watching as she begins to convulse soon after receiving her shots and then continues to experience seizures over the next few days. You might want to make sure she never receives a particular vaccine again. You might decide not to give her any more vaccines at all. You might also decide to delay vaccines for her siblings or to forego them altogether. These are all understandable responses to a frightening situation that any parent can relate to.

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Opioid Manufacturer Insys to Pay $225 Million Settlement After Admitting to Bribing Doctors

One of America’s biggest opioid manufacturers is set to pay a massive federal penalty after getting nailed for bribing doctors to prescribe their dangerous and highly addictive fentanyl painkillers. The distribution scheme of Insys Therapeutics, that pushed potent opiates into the hands of patients that did not need them, has been described as a driving force behind America’s ongoing public health epidemic stemming from use of the drugs.

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Berkeley, Cornell partner with Facebook to identify 'fake news'

Facebook is partnering with the University of California-Berkeley, Cornell University, and the University of Maryland to identify fake news. The tech giant is investing $7.5 million into projects at the three schools, according to a UC Berkeley news release. The two Berkeley professors who will work with Facebook are Hany Farid and Alexe Efros, who are both part of UC-Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. 

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