Author: Jane Philips

WikiLeaks says just 1% of #Vault7 covert documents released so far

WikiLeaks’ data dump on Tuesday accounted for less than one percent of ‘Vault 7’, a collection of leaked CIA documents which revealed the extent of its hacking capabilities, the whistleblowing organization has claimed on Twitter.   WikiLeaks has released less than 1% of its #Vault7 series in its part one publication yesterday ‘Year Zero’. — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) March 8, 2017 ‘Year Zero’, comprising 8,761 documents and files, was released unexpectedly by WikiLeaks. The organization had initially announced that it was part of a larger series, known as ‘Vault 7.’ However, it did not give further information on when more...

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‘Islamist terrorist attacks in Germany possible any moment’ – German intelligence chief

A terrorist attack in Germany may occur “any moment,” as the number of Islamists on the loose keeps growing, the head of the German domestic intelligence service has warned. “Islamist terrorist attacks in Germany may occur any time,” Hans-Georg Maassen, the president of the Federal Office for Protection of the Constitution (BfV), said in a statement on Wednesday. The official warned that “the potential of violence-oriented Islamists in Germany is growing steadily and will continue to increase.” Maassen highlighted the “unchanged high level of hazards for Germany and its interests from Islamist terrorism.” According to the official, the number of...

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3-hour volcanic eruption in Alaska threatens villages with ash

An Alaskan volcano experienced its largest eruption to date and created a large ash cloud. For the past several months, Bogoslof Volcano has had minor eruptions, but the most recent was its strongest, sending ashes 35,000 feet above sea level. Residents of the Aleutian Islands are under ash advisory after Bogoslof Island’s volcano had its strongest recorded eruption Tuesday night. The National Weather Service warned that the fishing communities could see a trace amount of ash following the powerful eruption. This isn’t the first time the volcano has erupted. Tuesday was the 36th recorded eruption over the last three...

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Major earthquake ‘Certain’ to hit Southern California

It is simply a matter of time before a major earthquake hits Southern California, according to a new study by the US Geological Survey (USGS), which examined patterns of historic quakes. The only question is how long it will be before the ‘Big One’ strikes. The study – the most extensive of its kind – examined a section of the San Andreas fault that runs along Interstate 5, near Frazier Mountain in northeast Kern County. “One of the reasons why this location is of importance is because in Southern California, the Big Bend, Carrizo, and Mojave sections of the...

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Illegal Alien Teen Beheads Mother – Greets Police With Mom’s Head in His Hand (Video)

Illegal alien teen Funes Machada was arrested Tuesday after beheading his mother. Machada met police at the door with his mother’s head in one hand and a knife in another. he had been in the US for several years. The head was in the front yard for awhile before police came. ABC 11 reported: The Franklin County District Attorney said Tuesday that 18-year-old Oliver Mauricio Funes Machada will be moved to Central Prison because it’s “more appropriate for any special needs he may have.” Machada is being held without bond on a first-degree murder charge after deputies say he...

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