Media Watch

'19Jan
27

ISIS-Jamaat-ARSA nexus plotting series of terror attacks in South Asian nations

Blitz ExclusiveA newly-formed nexus between Islamic State (ISIS), Jamaat e Islami (JI) and Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) is secretly plotting series of terrorist attacks in Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and...
'19Jan
27

Warning WeChat could spread Chinese propaganda during federal election

"It's worth opening a discussion with WeChat about how they run their platform in Australia and what they actually do. In an ideal world the government would actually get transparency on how that platform runs in...
'19Jan
27

Onnoghen: Why we reject interference-FG

•We won’t allow external interference in 2019 polls — Presidency •Supreme Court Justices shun Ag CJN Mohammed’s first official assignment •CCT order may have been obtained through the back door, SAN alleges •...
'19Jan
25

Kremlin-linked contractors help guard Venezuela's Maduro: Sources

MOSCOW: Private military contractors who do secret missions for Russia flew into Venezuela in the past few days to beef up security for President Nicolas Maduro in the face of U.S.-backed opposition protests,...
'19Jan
25

Modeling terrorist behavior with Sandia social-cultural assessments

Sandia National Laboratories researchers Mike Bernard, left, and Asmeret Naugle translate a web of psychology, social science, economics and politics into a framework to better understand how groups make decisions...
'19Jan
25

Modeling terrorist behavior with Sandia social-cultural assessments

Sandia National Laboratories researchers Mike Bernard, left, and Asmeret Naugle translate a web of psychology, social science, economics and politics into a framework to better understand how groups make decisions...
'19Jan
25

‘Mnangagwa promised change; nothing has changed’

Emmerson MnangagwaSince Emmerson Mnangagwa, 76, was installed as the new president, 18 people have been killed during protests, a dozen of them last week alone in demonstrations over the more than doubling of fuel...
'19Jan
25

Egypt frustrates Giulio Regeni investigation, three years on

Three years after the disappearance, torture and murder of Italian doctoral student Giulio Regeni in Cairo, Egypt is stonewalling Italy’s efforts to investigate.In November, Italian prosecutors officially named...
'19Jan
24

EU reluctant to recognise self-proclaimed Venezuela president, calls for elections

Amid growing pressure by Latin American presidents to recognise the self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, opposition leader Juan Guaidó, the EU remains reluctant to follow the steps of the US and instead called ...
'19Jan
24

India, Morocco conclude key pact for mutual recognition of academic qualifications

NEW DELHI:IndiaandMoroccohave this week signed a key pact titled Facilitate Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications with the North African country becoming one of the few to conclude such a pact with Delhi."...

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