Fractured US Government Indicts 22 Russians In Absentia While Chief Executive Makes Progress In US-Russia Cooperation

In anticipation of today's summit between US President Donald Trump and Russia leader Vladimir Putin, "Special" Counsel Robert Mueller and the US Department of "Justice" handed down 22 in absentia indictments to Russian nationals. Despite Mueller's activist fanfiction writing, Trump and Putin did indeed meet in Helsinki and announced plans for greater cooperation in a joint press conference following their summit.

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Israel Bombs Their Gaza Concentration Camp Again

Israel has once again bombed their concentration camp in Gaza (archived). The camp at 365 square kilometers, inclusive of the permimeter "no-go" zones where Israeli guards shoot to kill, is the largest of its kind dwarfing historical examples while holding an estimated 2 million prisoners. Since 2005 Israel has maintained land, sea, and air blockades while only making infrequent ingresses into the camp, usually in the form of mortar and missile fire.

Several iPhones Attacked With Sideloaded Malware Apps

There are reports circulating on an attack affecting a number of iPhone users being referred to as "hyper-targeted" (archived). Historically Apple has marketed a number of measures to prevent iPhone purchasers from owning their devices as security measures protecting those same customers. Yet, reportedly malware versions of apps varying from the Apple blessed versions of those apps found their ways on these devices in spite of the security colored marketing.

Remains Of Gawker Media Back On The Sales Block

Univision is fishing for offers to take the remains of the Gawker Media Group, now called the Gizmodo Media Group off their hands (archived). Univision bought the former Gawker properties back in 2016 apparently hoping to find synergy between their core Latino audience and Gawker's audience of urban Soylent Socialists. Following recent layoffs, writers on the site have taken to publishing pieces on Univision's dime begging for new ownership to buy them out.

High Volume California LocalBitcoins Trader Sentenced After Pleading Guilty

Fifty year old Theresa Lynn Tetley, who did business on LocalBitcoins as "Bitcoin Maven", was sentenced to 366 days in prison and ordered to forfeit 40 Bitcoins, 292,264.00 USD in cash, and 25 gold bars after pleaing guilty to single counts of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business and money laundering (archived). The Bitcoin matron unknowingly began doing business with an undercover DEA agent in 2016 and according to the plea knowingly agreed to trade on entrapping terms insisted on by the DEA agent. Guilty pleas remain harmful to your future as they always were.

Commercial Ship Faces Siege At Sea After Rescuing African Migrants

The crew of the ship Vos Thalassa has barricaded themselves on the bridge after a number of Africans rescued at sea began trying to seize control of the ship (archived). The commercial vessel rescued 60 African migrants at sea in the Libyan coast guard's area of responsibility. Being a commercial cargo vessel and not a vessel run by an organization dedicated to building a Nation of Africa in Europe, the cargo vessel issued its own distress call when the migrants took poorly to the prospect of being disembarked in Libya.

Vos Thalassa is an Italian flagged offshore supply vessel currently supporting oil and gas operations for the French firm Total (archived).

"Security" Personnel Continue Leaking Location And Activity Information Through Fitness Apps

Fitness app Polar has been shown to leak information on the locations and habitual activities of military and "law enforcement" personnel across a number of fiat regimes vulnerable to widespread app usage (archived). Back in January substantial panic among fiatists was raised when a similar fitness app Strava was found to leak far less information. Sample public information on this app's platform includes deployed military personnel in active warzones like Afghanistan.

Johnson Resigns As UK Foreign Secretary Over Impossibility Of May's "Soft" Brexit Effort

Boris Johnson has resigned from Teresa May's British government over the impossibility of implementing and selling May's "soft" Brexit plan (archived). Details of May's "soft" Brexit remain in a constant state of flux with the only constants being the acceptance of punitive sanctions from the European Union without actually escaping the European Union. This development does nothing to make the inevitability of Brexit less likely, but it does indicate a diminished likelyhood Teresa May will be the Prime Minister when Brexit is consumated.

Newspaper In Burkina Faso Heralds African Victory Of French National Soccer Team

Burkina Faso's Aujourd'hui au Faso is heralding the success of the French national team in the world cup as a very African success story (archived). The article in question gives thoughtful consideration to the composition of the French national team and refers to France's defeat of Argentina in the Round of 16 as "revenge" for Argentina's elimination of Nigeria in group play.