She had spent the year in Afghanistan targeting senior al-Qaida and Taliban members from one of the CIA’s most important bases. Ranya Abdelsayed was less than 48 hours away from returning to the United States in 2013 when a colleague found her body in her bed at the agency’s Gecko Firebase in Kandahar. At age … Read moreCIA agent commits suicide less than 48 hours away from returning to the United States
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates says that four commercial ships “were subjected to sabotage operations” after false reports circulated in Lebanese and Iranian media outlets saying there had been explosions at one of the nation’s seaports. The statement carried by the state-run WAM news agency on Sunday did not say … Read moreUAE says 4 ships targeted by ‘sabotage’ off its coast
An Iranian semi-official news agency is reporting that a 5.1 magnitude earthquake has jolted the western region bordering Iraq. Source: Moderate quake jolts Iran’s west | Fox News
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Seven Venezuelan military officers were killed on Saturday when their helicopter crashed while heading to a state where President Nicolás Maduro appeared alongside troops, days after the opposition called in vain for a military uprising. The Cougar helicopter hurtled into a mountain outside Caracas in the early hours of an overcast … Read more7 Venezuelan military officers killed in chopper crash – Suspicious?
For weeks, some garage doors would not open and some car doors would not unlock in a Cleveland suburb. After some sleuthing, officials say they discovered the reason. It sounded like something from an episode of “The X-Files”: Starting a few weeks ago, in a suburban neighborhood a few miles from a NASA research centerin Ohio, … Read moreA Mystery Frequency Disrupted Car Fobs in an Ohio City
A Boeing 737 jet arriving from the Guantanamo Bay military station in Cuba, reportedly carrying 142 passengers and crew members, went off the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville and into the St. Johns River in Florida, on Friday evening. A “massive rescue response” was underway at the scene but there were no reported fatalities, Jacksonville’s WJXT-TV reported. “Every … Read moreBoeing 737 from Gitmo goes off runway into river in Jacksonville, Fla.
The U.S. Army failed to properly monitor more than $1 billion worth of arms transfers in Iraq and Kuwait, according to a declassified government audit obtained by Amnesty International released Wednesday. “This audit provides a worrying insight into the U.S. Army’s flawed—and potentially dangerous—system for controlling millions of dollars’ worth of arms transfers to a hugely … Read moreU.S. Army Lost Track of $1 Billion Worth of Weapons and Equipment
A Y2K-like bug knocked out the city’s already-troubled wireless network system.The bug, known as the “GPS Rollover,” hit the city’s NYCWiN system on April 6, affecting several tasks including remote monitoring of traffic lights at 13,000 intersections, wireless reading of water meters, and a handful of NYPD license plate readers. Source: Y2K-like bug knocks out … Read moreY2K-like bug knocks out the NYC wireless network system
Professional golfer found dead in hotel room Why did Obama and Clinton economic adviser, 58, take his own life despite having a new book coming out in June? Playboy model, 25, arrested in death of California psychiatrist, 71, found in trunk of car Deaths of Ferguson activists lead some to believe something sinister is at … Read moreSuspicious