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U.S. spies paid out $100,000 to a Russian intelligence source who promised to deliver weapons stolen from the National Security Agency and compromising information on President Donald Trump, reported The New York Times Friday.
The seller, who was not identified in the report, allegedly offered to sell the U.S. its hacking tools back, after they were advertised for sale online by a group called the Shadow Brokers.
"Israel has carried out dozens of attacks over the past one year but this is for the first time a Syrian military has shot down an Israeli plane," she said.
"It is also for the first time that Israel has said its planes carried out attacks inside Syria. In the past, the Israelis carried out attacks inside Syria but they would not mention anything about the target or even acknowledge attacks."
Russia building a 'doomsday' torpedo, leaked Pentagon report draft says
On Friday, the “We Are All Made of Stars” singer talked a little more about his intel sources during an interview with WFPK’s Kyle Meredith. Moby explained that, after “years of touring and spending time in D.C. and New York” he’d managed to make friends with “active and former CIA agents,” and when having dinner with them last year, they expressed that they were “truly concerned… that Trump was essentially being run as a Russian agent.”
The actor announced on Tuesday he was selling his shares in the social network and deleting his account and asked all "other investors who care about the future to do the same".
Carrey claimed that Facebook had "profited" from Russian interference in elections and was "still not doing enough to stop it".
Video footage filmed by the rebels themselves, sees Major Roman Filipov shouting 'This is for our guys!' before detonating the explosives as the fighters surround him.
The Russian Defense Ministry said that the 33-year-old was 'fighting the rebels until the last minute' and detonated the grenade when they approached.
Maj. Filipov, from Vladivostok, east Russia has been awarded Kremlin's highest honour - the Hero of Russia medal - posthumously.
A map showing paths taken by users of an exercise tracking app reveals potentially sensitive information about US and allied military personnel in places including Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
While some bases are well known to groups that want to attack them, the map also shows what appear to be routes taken by forces moving outside of bases - information that could be used in planning bombings or ambushes.
Well, it looks like Elon Musk has officially lost it and he is adding ‘arms dealer’ to his long list of occupations.
Finland looks set to halt all arms sales to the United Arab Emirates after images have emerged showing the UAE using Finnish-made weapons in Yemen's civil war.
The members of Pussy Riot have become famous for fighting for liberalism and political correctness in Russia — e.g. by having group sex in public places and sabotaging church services. Now two of the members of the group think they are so persecuted by Vladimir Putin that they have to seek asylum in Sweden.
An estimated 5,000 people have been displaced by clashes between Turkish-led forces and Kurdish fighters in north-western Syria, the UN says.
The civilians have fled communities near the border since Turkey launched an offensive to drive a Kurdish militia out of the Afrin region on Saturday.
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Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of Irish band The Cranberries, has died at 46. The Limerick band became well-known internationally in the 1990s with hits including "Zombie" and "Linger." Publicist Lindsey Holmes says O'Riordan died suddenly Monday in London, where she was recording. The cause of death wasn't immediately available.