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How social media helped weaponize Donald Trump’s election campaign

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How social media helped weaponize Donald Trump’s election campaign
Дамаск отверг обвинения в химатаке
“Russia-гейт”: первые обвинения
Mattis warns ‘massive’ response to NKorea nuclear weapon use
США грозят Северной Корее ударом
UN blames Syrian forces for Khan Sheikhoun sarin attack
How will exiting lawmakers impact the balance of power?
Journalist tours ‘other half’ of America neglected by media
US soldier dies in helicopter crash
VOA Newscasts – October 28, 2017
VOA Newscasts – October 28, 2017
Pentagon chief says North Korea engages in ‘outlaw’ behavior
Cocaine crisis on British nuclear submarine as nine sailors fired – Business Insider
UK navy discharges 9 nuclear sub crew members for drug use
British navy sacks nuclear submariners over cocaine use
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Trumps set to launch two real estate projects in India, despite conflict-of-interest concerns
U.S. Congress Receives List Of Russians Targeted By New Sanctions
Trump withholds some pages of the recently released secret JFK files
Israel Is a Military Superpower for One Simple Reason: ‘Underwater’ Nuclear Weapons
Facebook ads: Social media giant announces new transparency
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Planet Americas John Barron explains how Facebook and Twitter helped weaponize the Trump campaign.

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WSJ.com: World News: U.S. Won’t Accept a Nuclear North Korea: Defense Secretary Mattis

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he didnt see a scenario in which the U.S. would accept North Korea as a nuclear power, even after a year of dramatic advances for North Koreas weapons program.

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How social media helped weaponize Donald Trump’s election campaign
 

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Planet Americas John Barron explains how Facebook and Twitter helped weaponize the Trump campaign.

Дамаск отверг обвинения в химатаке
 

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Duration: 01:05

Официальный Дамаск отверг обвинения доклада Совместного Механизма Организации по запрету химического оружия и ООН, который был представлен Совету безопасности. В нём утверждается, что отвественность за химатаку с применением зарина в Хан-Шейхуне 4 апреля лежит на сирийских властях. В российском МИДе обещали тщательно изучить доклад, подчеркнув, что в нём полностью проигнорировали мнение российских специалистов.

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“Russia-гейт”: первые обвинения
 

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Первые обвинения по делу “Russia Gate” были одобрены федеральным Большим жюри присяжных в США. Уже в понедельник возможно пройдут задержания первых подозреваемых.

Grand jury approves charges in Mueller’s Russia probe, report says https://t.co/pqAOhrE2REpic.twitter.com/pIN1zGjYYv NBC News (@NBCNews) 28 octobre 2017

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Mattis warns ‘massive’ response to NKorea nuclear weapon use
 

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Duration: 00:36

US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis warns North Korea of a “massive military response” to any use of nuclear weapons as tensions remain sky-high ahead of Donald Trump’s visit to South Korea.

США грозят Северной Корее ударом
 

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Duration: 01:09

США пригрозили Северной Корее массированным военным ударом в случае применения Пхеньяном ядерного оружия. Соответствующее заявление сделал американкий министр обороны Джеймс Мэттис. В субботу глава Пентагона прибыл в Сеул, где провел переговоры со своим южнокорейским коллегой.

“Все должны ясно понимать: нападение на Соединенные Штаты или на наших союзников не останется без последствий, – заявил Мэттис. – А в случае, если Пхеньян каким-либо образом применит ядерное оружие, это приведет к незамед
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UN blames Syrian forces for Khan Sheikhoun sarin attack
 

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Duration: 02:22

The United Kingdom says military action should be considered against those who have carried out chemical attacks in Syria.
The threat follows a UN investigation that blames the Syrian government for a lethal attack in April.
More than 80 people were killed in the sarin gas attack in Khan Sheikhoun.
The Syrian government rejects the UN’s accusations.
Al Jazeeras Mike Hanna reports from the United Nations.

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How will exiting lawmakers impact the balance of power?
 

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Journalist tours ‘other half’ of America neglected by media
 

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Former NPR CEO Ken Stern describes his experience on ‘Fox & Friends.’

US soldier dies in helicopter crash
 

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Military says incident is not from enemy conflict.

VOA Newscasts – October 28, 2017

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Pentagon chief says North Korea engages in ‘outlaw’ behavior

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Kyle MizokamiSecurity, Middle East

Israels sea-based nuclear deterrent is here to stay.

Israels submarine corps is a tiny force with a big open secret: in all likelihood, it is armed with nuclear weapons. The five Dolphin-class submarines represent an ace in the hole for Israel, the ultimate guarantor of the countrys security, ensuring that if attacked with nukes, the tiny nation can strike back in kind.

Israels first nuclear weapons were completed by the early 1970s, and deployed among both free-fall aircraft bombs and Jericho ballistic missiles. The 1991 Persian Gulf War, which saw Iraqi Scuds and Al Hussein ballistic missiles raining down on Israeli cities, led Tel Aviv to conclude that the country needed a true nuclear triad of air-, land- and sea-based nukes to give the countrys nuclear deterrent maximum flexibilityand survivability.

The most survivable arm of the nuclear triad is typically the sea-based one, consisting of nuclear-armed submarines. Submarines can disappear for weeks or even months, taking up a highly classified patrol route while waiting for orders to launch their missiles. This so-called second-strike capability is built on the principle of nuclear deterrence and ensures potential enemies will think twice before attacking, knowing Israels submarines will be available to carry out revenge attacks.

The first three submarines were authorized before the Gulf War, in 1988, though it is not clear they were built with nuclear weapons in mind. After years of delays construction began in Germany instead of the United States as originally planned, with German combat systems instead of American ones. Most importantly, the project went ahead with German financing; Berlin reportedly felt obliged to finance two of the submarines, and split the third as lax German nonproliferation enforcement had partly enabled Iraqs nuclear and chemical weapons program.

The first three submarines, DolphinLeviathan and Tekuma, were laid down in the early 1990s, but only entered service between 1999 and 2000. The submarines are 187 feet long, displace 1,720 tons submerged and have an operating depth of 1,148 feet. Sensors include the STN Atlas Elektronik CSU-90-1 sonar suite with the DBSQS-21D active and AN 5039A1 passive sonar systems. The Dolphin class also has PRS-3-15 passive ranging sonar and FAS-3-1 passive flank arrays.

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How social media helped weaponize Donald Trump’s election campaign
 

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Planet Americas John Barron explains how Facebook and Twitter helped weaponize the Trump campaign.

Mattis warns ‘massive’ response to NKorea nuclear weapon use
 

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Duration: 00:36

US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis warns North Korea of a “massive military response” to any use of nuclear weapons as tensions remain sky-high ahead of Donald Trump’s visit to South Korea.

How will exiting lawmakers impact the balance of power?
 

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Duration: 03:32

Scott Rasmussen shares insight.

US soldier dies in helicopter crash
 

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Duration: 00:21

Military says incident is not from enemy conflict.

VOA Newscasts – October 28, 2017
 

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James Woolsey and Mike Flynn – Google Search
 

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Israel Is a Military Superpower for One Simple Reason: ‘Underwater’ Nuclear Weapons
 

mikenova shared this story from The National Interest.

Kyle Mizokami

Security, Middle East

Israels sea-based nuclear deterrent is here to stay.

Israels submarine corps is a tiny force with a big open secret: in all likelihood, it is armed with nuclear weapons. The five Dolphin-class submarines represent an ace in the hole for Israel, the ultimate guarantor of the countrys security, ensuring that if attacked with nukes, the tiny nation can strike back in kind.

Israels first nuclear weapons were completed by the early 1970s, and deployed among both free-fall aircraft bombs and Jericho ballistic missiles. The 1991 Persian Gulf War, which saw Iraqi Scuds and Al Hussein ballistic missiles raining down on Israeli cities, led Tel Aviv to conclude that the country needed a true nuclear triad of air-, land- and sea-based nukes to give the countrys nuclear deterrent maximum flexibilityand survivability.

The most survivable arm of the nuclear triad is typically the sea-based one, consisting of nuclear-armed submarines. Submarines can disappear for weeks or even months, taking up a highly classified patrol route while waiting for orders to launch their missiles. This so-called second-strike capability is built on the principle of nuclear deterrence and ensures potential enemies will think twice before attacking, knowing Israels submarines will be available to carry out revenge attacks.

The first three submarines were authorized before the Gulf War, in 1988, though it is not clear they were built with nuclear weapons in mind. After years of delays construction began in Germany instead of the United States as originally planned, with German combat systems instead of American ones. Most importantly, the project went ahead with German financing; Berlin reportedly felt obliged to finance two of the submarines, and split the third as lax German nonproliferation enforcement had partly enabled Iraqs nuclear and chemical weapons program.

The first three submarines, DolphinLeviathan and Tekuma, were laid down in the early 1990s, but only entered service between 1999 and 2000. The submarines are 187 feet long, displace 1,720 tons submerged and have an operating depth of 1,148 feet. Sensors include the STN Atlas Elektronik CSU-90-1 sonar suite with the DBSQS-21D active and AN 5039A1 passive sonar systems. The Dolphin class also has PRS-3-15 passive ranging sonar and FAS-3-1 passive flank arrays.

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mikenova shared this story .

Спецпрокурор США Роберт Мюллер, как сообщает CNN, готов предъявить первые обвинения в рамках дела о российском вмешательстве в выборы американского президента. Кому конкретно будут предъявлены обвинения, пока не уточняется. Об этом может стать известно в понедельник, обвиняемые могут быть взяты под стражу. А вот что об этом деле пишет американский журналист- разоблачитель Robert Parry.

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Не вызывает удивления то, что штаб-квартира Хиллари Клинтон и Нацкомитет Демпартии помогали оплачивать составление печально известного «досье Стила», состоявшего из слухов о связях Трампа с Россией. Но эти откровения стоят того, чтобы обратить на них внимание, если учесть то, как долго сведения о финансировании этой работы хранились в тайне.

Некоторое удивление, однако, вызывает другое. А именно то, что штаб-квартира кампании Клинтон решила поддерживать прямые и непосредственные отношения с составителем досье. Могли бы, ведь, найти какого-нибудь «друга штаб-квартиры», который оплачивал бы все счета, а Клинтон имела бы большую возможность отрицать свою причастность ко всему происходящему.


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