Monthly Archives: July 2017

Rigging plot: Military documents don’t leak, Mutahi Ngunyi says after KDF admission

Mutahi Ngunyi is worried about KDF’s admission of the authenticity of a letter presented by the Opposition on a rigging plot.NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga said they had evidence of an audacious plan by Jubilee and top military commanders to use force to subvert next month’s election with a rigged outcome.

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster Pushes Out Middle East Adviser Derek Harvey

First, there are rumors that Attorney General Jeff Sessions may resign. Then, Trump hired Anthony Scaramucci as the White House Communications Director, which led to Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation.

Ivory coast arrests eight for pangolin smuggling

The authorities in Ivory Coast say they’ve seized a record haul of three tonnes of pangolin scales.

They say the haul represents about 4,000 of the endangered nocturnal mammals, captured in several West African countries.

Pakistan Supreme Court Disqualifies Sharif; He Steps Down

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, center, with his son Hussain Nawaz, right, in Islamabad, Pakistan, June 15, 2017. Sharif appeared before a Supreme Court-appointed team investigating allegations against his family’s offshore companies and money laundering.

Modernizing America’s Nuclear Capabilities Is a Must by Peter Huessy

In 1989, America had 1,000 nuclear missile silos, and a small number of additional bomber and submarine bases and submarines at sea, facing 13,500 Soviet warheads. Today, the U.S. has 450 such silos facing 1,750 Russian warheads. That is a switch from a ratio of 13 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo, to a ratio of 4 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo. Getting rid of Minuteman ICBMs would reverse that progress and make the ratio even worse, with 175 Russian warheads to every U.S. missile silo. How is that an improvement?

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