Compromised Political Leaders

US mistrust of Huawei linked in part to malware update in 2012 • The Register

Suspicions about the integrity of Huawei products among U.S. government officials can be traced in part to a 2012 incident involving a Huawei software update that compromised a large Australian telecommunications firm’s network with malicious code , according to a report released by Bloomberg. The report, based on interviews with …

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Editorial: How much are the people of Oklahoma willing to pay to fight the Feds? | Editorial

Affordable and accessible mental health services are woefully inadequate in all ridings at a time when suicides, depression, anxiety and other medical needs are higher than average. The state ranks third for the overall incarceration rate and first for the incarceration of women, which exacerbates the problems of our workforce …

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Mr.President, America Needs a Withdrawal Order

I was in the Navy at the end of the Cold War, and I remember discussions with colleagues about the collapse of the Soviet Union. While we wished the Russians and the former Soviet socialist republics good luck, the uncertainty of their future, nuclear weapons and military capabilities demanded caution. …

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Indian farmers return home after year-long protests

DJEDDAH (Reuters) – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken held close talks with EU foreign ministers on Saturday aimed at charting a way forward in negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. The new talks came amid a three-day meeting of G7 foreign ministers in Liverpool, northern England, which is …

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Dr Punam Krishan: We sacrificed last Christmas – what’s going to happen now?

Starting as medical students, we have all been made aware of our duty of public service. While all jobs are valued and appreciated, some positions and roles carry a greater sense of responsibility which, if compromised, could cause serious harm not only to themselves or their colleagues and to the …

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Prevent the Growth of Extremism Through Stronger Institutions – The Island

by Nicola Perera What spaces exist for students and staff of ethnic and religious minorities within the university? Do students and staff in these groups have the freedom and security to identify themselves openly, to claim their identity, to be visible? Do university structures and policies or the culture and …

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Nigeria’s 56,000 Abandoned Projects – The Street Journal

Upon independence in 1960, Nigeria was classified as a new developing nation. But 61 years later, we are among the most underdeveloped and backward countries in the world. All of our economic, social, political and human development indices are among the worst while the deficits are among the highest. The …

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Lack of concern from political parties about Covid could prove costly for country, experts warn

Amid a growing risk of the spread of Omicron, a highly contagious variant of SARS-COV-2, which causes Covid-19, the national conventions of major political parties in Nepal — CPN-UML, Nepalese Congress, Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center), Rastriya Prajatantra Party – have just ended or are about to start. And …

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