Israel Bombs Airport, Syria Vows Revenge

Since the Syrian conflict officially began in 2011, the fighting has been largely focused on Syrian factions vying for power.

Though these factions are backed by foreign governments seeking to either remove or support Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, such governments have avoided officially directly attacking either the Syrian “rebels” or the Syrian Army

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Russia Hacking RAF bombers from completing their missions

RUSSIAN electronic units are forcing RAF bomber crews to abort missions over Syria by hacking into their systems, sources revealed last night.

Russia may be using electronic warfare to prevent RAF bombers from completing their missions

It is thought the attacks may be aimed at causing aircrews to hit wrong targets, leading to collateral

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Decreased Support from U.S. Jews, Israel’s National Security Concern

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Decreased Support for Israel among US Jews is a “national security threat” for the Jewish state, the American Jewish Committee’s Dov Zakheim told a meeting Wednesday on religious pluralism at the Knesset Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs Committee.

Zakheim, the chairman of the AJC’s Jewish Religious Equality Coalition, is a former senior US defense

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Israel Shaky on Sharing Secrets with Trump Administration

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Israeli intelligence officials fear that top-secret information that has been exposed to the United States will be leaked to Russia—and from Russia to its close ally, Iran.

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IDF Soldiers Compromised by Hamas Social Engineering Attack

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The IDF has uncovered a Hamas network that posed as women on social networks luring in IDF soldiers and accessing sensitive army information and intelligence.

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Following reports by several soldiers of suspicious online activities, a joint IDF and Shin Bet operation was opened. Lasting several months, “Operation Hunter’s Network” identified dozens of

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China Sends Carrier to S. China Sea Among Tensions

A group of Chinese warships led by the country’s sole aircraft carrier entered the top half of the South China Sea on Monday after passing south of Taiwan, the self-ruled island’s Defense Ministry said of what China has termed a routine exercise.

A general view shows navy soldiers standing on China’s first aircraft carrier

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FBI Agent Accused of Leaking Major Case Information to News Outlets

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U.S. prosecutors said on Friday that an FBI agent had confessed to being a “significant source” of leaks to journalists covering an insider trading probe involving a famed Las Vegas sports gambler as well as professional golfer Phil Mickelson.

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan, who are pursuing the case against gambler William “Billy” Walters, said

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U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian Navy Seize 26 Tons of Cocaine

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More than 26 tons of cocaine worth at least $715 million was brought ashore Thursday in Florida following multiple recent seizures by the U.S. Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy in the eastern Pacific.

Pallets containing more than 26 tons of cocaine worth at least $715 million sit on the flight deck of

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U.S. Intelligence Convinced Putin Personally Involved in Election Shake-Up

U.S. intelligence officials now believe with “a high level of confidence” that Russian President Vladimir Putin became personally involved in the covert Russian campaign to interfere in the U.S. presidential election, senior U.S. intelligence officials told NBC News.

U.S. Intel Directly Links President Putin to Campaign to Disrupt U.S. Election 1:31Two senior officials with

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Yahoo Suffers Huge Data Breach of 1 Billion User Accounts

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The company disclosed today that it has discovered a breach of more than one billion user accounts that occurred in August 2013. The breach is believed to be separate and distinct from the theft of data from 500 million accounts that Yahoo reported this September.

Troublingly, Yahoo’s chief information security officer Bob

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