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Trump Loosens Obama’s Lax Drone War Checks, Giving Power to CIA

Washington D.C. (teleSUR) Trump has already started to reverse many of Obama’s policies that weakly curtailed abuse in operating drones. The lax checks on former U.S. President Barack Obama’s drone war have become even worse as Donald Trump’s administration has handed power over to the CIA to carry out the targeted strikes without White House […]

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Wikileaks Releases CIA’s Hacking Toolbox

Washington (GPA) – This morning at 8 a.m., the government transparency advocacy organization Wikileaks released the password to an encrypted zip file and an online archive of the CIA’s hacking arsenal. CIA negligence sees it losing control of all cyber weapons arsenal sparking serious proliferation concerns #Vault7 https://t.co/mHaRNCr3Df pic.twitter.com/lwapDCKYt9 — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) March 7, 2017 […]

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Syrian Watchgroup: US Special Ops Kills “Dozens” Of ISIS, Disappears Prisoners

Deir Az Zor, Syria (TFC)— A Syrian village was recently subjected to a rather bloody raid by US special operations. After killing dozens of ISIS fighters, operatives detained and disappeared several reputed militants. It continues a breadcrumb trail of raids, abductions, and killings coming to embody America’s dark wars. Nestled in Syria’s east, Deir Az […]

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Trump Considers Bringing Back Overseas CIA ‘Black Sites’

(GPA) Washington, D.C. – In a draft of another possible upcoming executive order titled “Detention and Interrogation of Enemy Combatants,” the White House considers reviving the notorious CIA Black Sites. The order would bring back overseas CIA detention centers that are off limits to Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) such as the International Committee of the Red […]

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US Refuses to Provide Evidence to Back Russian Meddling Claims

(teleSUR) Washington – According to the U.S., intelligence agencies should decide what information the public needs. According to the U.S. State Department, it is up to that country’s intelligence community to decide when and what information to release to the public. State Department spokesperson John Kirby suggested as much Monday when explaining why they don’t have to […]

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CIA Uses Algorithm to Predict Social Unrest 5 Days Before it Happens

By overlapping history, open-source mass data collection, and classified data, the CIA is able to predict “social unrest” 3 to 5 days out. This helps give Washington the leverage it needs to quickly intervene in international conflicts in the most advantageous way possible. The resulting information could then be used as leverage in many ways: […]