Friday, October 22, 2021


Pasangan AS ditahan jual maklumat kapal perang nuklear

Jonathan Toebbe yang mempunyai akses data berhubung kapal perang berteknologi nuklear bersubahat dengan isterinya untuk menjual data mengenai reaktor nuklear dengan harga AS$100,000.

US couple arrested for selling nuclear warship information

Jonathan Toebbe with access to restricted data on nuclear-powered warships, collaborated with his wife to exchange data on submarine nuclear reactors for around US$100,000 in cryptocurrency.

US murders soared nearly 30% in 2020, says FBI

Overall violent crime increased 5.6% to nearly 1.3 million incidents, although property crime fell 7.8% to nearly 6.5 million incidents, marking the 18th consecutive year that property crimes have decreased.

Trial of accused 9/11 mastermind restarts, days before 20th anniversary

Attorneys say the defendants – Mohammed, Ammar al-Baluchi, Walid bin Attash, Ramzi bin al-Shibh and Mustafa al-Hawsawi – are all weak and suffer the lasting effects of severe torture endured in CIA 'black' sites.

US to review classified 9/11 documents for possible publication

The FBI's commitment is part of a legal battle waged by relatives of Sept 11 victims against Saudi Arabia and other nations they believe were accomplices.

Iran in bizarre plot to kidnap targets in US, Canada, UK, Feds say

The target runs My Stealthy Freedom, which campaigns against mandatory wearing of the veil for Iranian women.

FBI warns of large ‘scale’ in US ransomware attack

The FBI has opened an investigation along with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and other US federal agencies 'to understand the scope of the threat'.

FBI hacks hackers’ bitcoin wallet, steals back most of pipeline ransom

Stealing back a ransom shows how far the US is willing to go to deter cyber-criminals.

Pengkhianat akhirnya membunuh diri

Ia bukan sebuah filem untuk jiwa yang lemah.

North Korean extradited from Malaysia appears in US court

Mun Chol Myong is accused of laundering money through the US financial system between April 2013 and November 2018 to provide luxury items to North Korea.

North Korean in Malaysia loses final appeal against US extradition

According to his lawyers, Mun Chol Myong is accused of money laundering and conspiracy to launder money, in allegations relating mainly to his work in neighbouring Singapore.

FBI vetting soldiers in Washington for inauguration amid insider attack fears

The major security concerns are attacks by armed groups and planted explosives.

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