Surveillance equipment relocated to some Iranian sites – IAEA reports

VIENNA, May 31 (Reuters) – The UN’s nuclear watchdog has reinstalled some monitoring equipment originally set up under the 2015 nuclear deal with major powers that Iran later ordered removed. withdrawal last year, the watchdog said in two reports seen by Reuters on Wednesday. . The additional surveillance equipment included surveillance cameras at a site … Read more

Russia could be devoured by its neighbors

Russian Volunteer Corps fighters Ukraine’s resistance to Putin’s invasion demolished the idea of ​​Russian invincibility. Everyone knows that Russia is not the unbeatable empire that Moscow tried to portray both externally and internally. And just as Russia tries to claim Ukraine as its own, other countries are eyeing pieces of Russian land, spotting an opportunity … Read more

Man behind Tory MP’s fake Twitter account exposed

Henry Morris The creator of a fake Tory MP Twitter account set up to attack the government over Brexit has been unmasked as a personal trainer for Wales. Henry Morris has emerged as the person behind The Secret Tory, which has almost 200,000 subscribers and regularly ridicules top Tories. In recent weeks he has posted … Read more

North Korea’s failed satellite launch causes public confusion and security among neighbors

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea’s launch of a spy satellite on Wednesday ended in embarrassing failure but still confused the public and raised security concerns in neighboring South Korea and Japan, which are wary of the North’s growing arsenal of weapons. About 14 minutes after the launch at 6:27 a.m., authorities in Seoul, … Read more

North Korea to launch satellite ‘to spy on US military’

Kim Jong Un and his daughter Kim Ju Ae inspect North Korea’s first military reconnaissance satellite – AFP North Korea will launch its first military reconnaissance satellite in June to spy on the US military, state media reported on Tuesday. Pyongyang said the purpose of the surveillance exercise was to monitor “dangerous” military activities by … Read more

Israeli strike on eastern Lebanon kills 5 Palestinian militants, injures 10

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — An Israeli airstrike targeting the positions of a Syrian-backed Palestinian group in eastern Lebanon on Wednesday morning killed five Palestinian militants and injured 10 others, an official with the group said. Anwar Raja of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command told The Associated Press in Damascus that the … Read more

Putin’s team struggles over baffling Russian wartime ‘victory plan’

Photo illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Reuters It seems that even the most ardent pro-Kremlin propagandists are still struggling to explain Vladimir Putin’s obscure goal of “demilitarizing and denazifying Ukraine” more than a year after the invasion began. As Russian war efforts stagnate and falter on the ground, Putin’s talking heads are struggling to agree … Read more