- Australia to reverse policy and allow those who fled to Islamic State to return
- The controversial policy change will only apply to woman and their children
- ASIO launched a secret mission to Syrian refugee camps to put plan in place
- It is understood 16 woman and 42 children will be repatriated back to Australia
- The group will be subject to intense monitoring – some will face terror charges
Ji Chaoqun, 31, was convicted in a federal courtroom of spying for the People’s Republic of China.
Chaquin also attempted to recruit other engineers and scientists in this country for defense contractors to spy on behalf of the Chinese Intelligence Ministry, according to court documents.
Amazingly, the Chinese national was allowed to join the United States Army, which is how he gained access to sensitive material.
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China and the US are battling over the Pacific. As US attention strayed from the region, China crept in, wooing Pacific island leaders with promises of investment and trade. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at China’s strategy for taking the Pacific, why the Pacific is so coveted, and what it means for the international balance of power.
On the afternoon of September 11, 2001, an FBI bulletin known as a BOLO - ‘be on lookout’ — was issued with regard to three suspicious men who that morning were seen leaving the New Jersey waterfront minutes after the first plane hit World Trade Center 1. Law enforcement officers across the New York-New Jersey area were warned in the radio dispatch to watch for a ‘vehicle possibly related to New York terrorist attack’–
White, 2000 Chevrolet van with ‘Urban Moving Systems’ sign on back seen at Liberty State Park, Jersey City, NJ, at the time of first impact of jetliner into World Trade Center Three individuals with van were seen celebrating after initial impact and subsequent explosion. FBI Newark Field Office requests that, if the van is located, hold for prints and detain individuals.
Britain’s new king, Charles III, will take the reins of this organization composed of former colonies. But the royal family’s leadership of the Commonwealth is no longer a given—here’s why.
Winston the spendaholic: He teetered on the brink of bankruptcy and was saved by secret backhanders. Yet a “new” book on Churchill’s finances reveals he spent £40,000 a year on casinos and £54,000 on booze.
Read about WWII here
Botswana is an unlikely candidate for one of the fastest growing economies and healthiest African nations, it’s arid, small, and has next to nothing. Whereas Sierra Leone is much larger, and has many more resources, so why did Botswana become the richest nation on the continent and Sierra Leone one of the poorest on the planet?
The Danish national chief of the Nordic Resistance Movement has been charged for disseminating information about Jewish culture and customs.
Jacob Vullum has been charged for breaching section 266b and 266b paragraph 2, better known as the “racism paragraph”.
The 266b racism paragraph reads:
Whoever publicly, or with intent to distribute in a wider circle, presents a proclamation or some other message by which a group of persons is threatened, mocked or degraded because of its race, skin colour, national or ethnic origin, faith or sexual orientation, is to be punished with a fine or prison up to two years.
2) In determining the punishment, it shall be considered an aggravating factor if the act had characteristics of propaganda.
Jacob Vullum is accused of “spreading information about a pan-Nordic Yom Kippur campaign in 2020”.
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A 47-year-old Romanian man has been sentenced by the Court in Sønderborg to four months in prison and deportation with an entry ban of six years for entering Denmark illegally.
A 51-year-old Romanian national was sentenced in Copenhagen City Court to one and a half years in prison and banned from entering for 12 years. The man was found guilty in a case of multiple trick thefts and subsequent data fraud.
Six Romanian and one Danish nationals have been arrested and charged in a case involving extensive racketeering of, among other things, stolen construction machinery, white goods and a larger amount of power tools
South Jutland Police have charged two men, a 31-year-old Norwegian citizen and a 23-year-old Afghan citizen, with violating the provisions of the Aliens Act on human trafficking.