It is the 24th of July 2019


Schiff Says Inspector General's Work 'Tainted' Ahead Of Report On Surveillance Abuses

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) has pivoted from 'deepfake doom' influencing the 2020 election, to downplaying an upcoming watchdog report by the DOJ's Inspector General due sometime in September. 

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UK Announces Joint European Task Force To Patrol Persian Gulf

Previously US allies had rebuffed and resisted White house calls for an anti-Iran naval forces, fearing it would worsen already soaring tensions, but it appears last Friday's dramatic Iranian military seizure of two British tankers (with one, the UK-flagged Stena Impero still in Iran's custody) has changed Europe's tune. 

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Despite Plenty Of Improvements, Trump Hasn't Built A Single Mile Of New Border Fencing

After more than two years fighting with Democrats over border security, the Trump administration has replaced plenty of dilapidated barriers - yet hasn't built a single mile of border fencing in open, unprotected sections of the southern US border, according to the Washington Examiner's Anna Giaritelli. 

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Mexico City "Extensively Under-Reported" Crime", New Government Alleges

Mexico City's government is under attack by critics since a left-leaning administration took over in 2018, with critics claiming that violence has "spun out of control." In response, the city now claims that the previous administration "extensively under-reported crime" and, as a result, the crime rate appears to have shot up in 2019, but it has really fallen. 

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China Expands Military Reach With 'Secret' Deal For Cambodia Base

China and Cambodia reached a (no longer) secret agreement last spring which allows Beijing to make use of a Cambodian navy base near the coastal city of Sihanoukville, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing US and allied officials familiar with the matter. 

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