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Plot for 30 simultaneous explosions in Tehran foiled, Iran says ☞ Al Jazeera – Qatar

“The Intelligence Ministry said the unnamed arrested individuals were all linked with ISIL (ISIS), and some of them had a history of cooperating with ‘takfiris in Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Kurdistan region in Iraq’. Takfiri is a term used to describe a Muslim who accuses other Muslims of being apostates or infidels, with the implied death sentence that that entails.”

“The Ministry of Intelligence implicates ISIL but says the operatives’ sophistication indicates a potential connection with Israel.”

South Korean police accuse 17 US soldiers of drug crimes ☞ The Straits Times – Singapore

“SEOUL – The police in South Korea on Wednesday accused 17 US soldiers and five other people of distributing or using synthetic marijuana that had been brought into the country through the United States military’s postal service.
The police said they had not arrested any of the soldiers but had asked prosecutors to file charges against all 22 people.
A Philippine national and a South Korean national were under arrest, said the police in the city of Pyeongtaek. Synthetic marijuana is an illegal substance in South Korea.”

USA – Missing F-35: US military asks for public’s help to find jet ☞ BBC News

“It was left in autopilot mode when the pilot ejected, a spokesman at Joint Base Charleston told NBC News, adding that it may have been airborne for some time. Officials said they were focusing their searches around Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion, north of the city of Charleston. The search area was based on the jet’s last known location.”

China claims ownership of the Taiwan Strait. Canada just sailed a warship through it ☞ CBC – Canada

“As HMCS Ottawa entered the busy and strategically critical body of water at sunrise, it was flanked by three Chinese warships armed with missiles and torpedoes. They mirrored Ottawa’s moves for the entire 17-hour crossing. Canada made the journey along with the USS Ralph Johnson, a U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer, in what both countries describe as a freedom of navigation exercise.”

North Korea launches new ‘tactical nuclear attack submarine’ ☞ France 24

“On Thursday, KCNA said Kim inspected the submarine as it prepared for a test cruise, and entered it ‘to acquaint himself with its weapon system and underwater operation capability’. But the South Korean military said Pyongyang’s claims could not be taken at face value.
‘Our initial assessment is that it does not look to be operational,” the Joint Chiefs of Staff told AFP’.”

Photos: Huge protests in Niger demand French forces to leave ☞ Al Jazeera – Qatar

“Tens of thousands of protesters converged outside a French military base in Niger, demanding its 1,500 soldiers leave as France shows no sign it will comply after a coup d’etat removed the elected president. Outside the base, demonstrators slit the throat of a goat dressed in French colours and carried coffins draped in French flags on Saturday as a line of Nigerien soldiers looked on.”

Germany – 98-year-old charged for Holocaust crimes ☞ The Week

“Authorities alleged that the unnamed man was complicit in the deaths of more than 3,300 people while working as a guard at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp between 1943 and 1945. While stationed at Sachsenhausen, the man allegedly ‘assisted in the cruel and insidious killing of thousands of prisoners,’ prosecutors from the city of Giessen said. A state court will decide whether or not to send the man to trial — if he is, he will be tried in juvenile court, prosecutors said, because he was a minor at the time of the Holocaust.”

World reaction to the military coup in Gabon ☞ Al Jazeera – Qatar

“President Ali Bongo Ondimba called on people to “make noise” to support him. But crowds instead took to the streets of the capital and sang the national anthem.
They are celebrating a coup attempt against a dynasty accused of getting rich on the country’s resource wealth while many of its citizens struggle to scrape by.”

Gabon soldiers say Bongo ‘regime’ ended, borders closed ☞  Africanews

“A group of Gabonese military officers appeared on television Wednesday announcing they were “putting an end to the current regime” and cancelling an election that, according to official results, President Ali Bongo Ondimba won.
During the announcement, AFP journalists heard gunfire ring out in the Gabonese capital, Libreville.”

Iran Court Orders US to Pay $330M for ‘Planning Coup’ ☞ VOA

“Last year, relatives of those killed in the coup attempt filed a legal petition with Iran’s International Court demanding damages, the judiciary’s Mizan Online website said.
They specifically accused the United States of “planning and executing” the coup, Mizan said.
The court ruled in their favor, ordering ‘the American government to pay the plaintiffs 30 million dollars in material and moral damages, and 300 million dollars in punitive damages,’ it added.”

Mozambique’s President Reports Killing of Militant Leader ☞ VOA

“Mozambican President Filipande Jacinto Nyusi on Friday reported the killing of reputed terrorist leader Bonomade Machude Omar, known as Ibn Omar, in troubled Cabo Delgado province.
Speaking live on state Radio Mozambique from his seaside palace, Nyusi said the terrorist leader was fatally shot Tuesday during a gunbattle against Mozambique’s defense forces that was supported by the Rwandan military and troops from the Southern African Development Community.”

President Ngo Dinh Diem and LBJ

On This Day: August 24, 1963 – Cable 243 – Video Clip

“The cable declared that Washington would no longer tolerate Nhu remaining in a position of power and ordered Lodge to pressure Diệm to remove his brother. It said that if Diệm refused, the Americans would explore the possibility for alternative leadership in South Vietnam.”

Inside the Marine Corps’ Fight with Fox News over a False Gold Star Family Story ☞

“A service spokesman notified the news network that it was pushing an incorrect story and accused it of using the grief of fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee’s family to draw in readers, the email exchanges, released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request, show. Fox News eventually deleted the story with no correction, and it never reached out to the Gee family with an apology as the Marine Corps requested, the family said.”

Australia buys US$1.1 billion of US missiles amid Aukus and ‘arms race’ concerns ☞ South China Morning Post – Hong Kong

“We are investing in the capabilities our Defence Force needs to hold our adversaries at risk further from our shores and keep Australians safe in the complex and uncertain world in which we live today. The war in Ukraine has demonstrated the importance of having not just war stocks, but [also] a domestic missile manufacturing industry, and this announcement will help deliver that.”

North Korea Confirms It Is Investigating US Soldier Travis King ☞ VOA

“Pyongyang is investigating the Army private second class for his ‘illegal intrusion’ into North Korea, KCNA said Wednesday, adding King ‘confessed’ to being motivated by ‘inhumane maltreatment and racial discrimination within the U.S. Army.’…saying he was “disillusioned” over inequality in American society.”

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