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Krebs Daily Briefing 30 June 2015

International Foreign troops targeted in Kabul suicide attack A powerful explosion shook the Afghan capital Kabul on Tuesday in an attack near the U.S. Embassy that targeted foreign forces. One person was killed in the incident and 22 people — all civilians — including four children and three women were wounded after a suicide bomber […]

Krebs Daily Briefing 29 June 2015

International Greece Will Close Banks to Stem Flood of Withdrawals ATHENS — Greece will keep its banks closed on Monday and place restrictions on the withdrawal and transfer of money, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in a televised address on Sunday night, as Athens tries to avert a financial collapse. The government’s decision to close […]

Krebs Daily Briefing 26 June 2015

International Gunmen kill at least 27 in attack on Tunisian coastal resort hotels Gunmen armed with Kalashnikovs killed at least 27 people Friday in an attack on coastal resort hotels inTunisia, according to Interior Ministry officials, the BBC reports. At least one gunman was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police at the Impérial […]

Krebs Daily Briefing 25 June 2015

International Plan B For Iran If the nuclear negotiations go bad, the U.S. has a backup: Obama can drop the MOP, the world’s largest non-nuclear bomb. President Barack Obama’s nuclear diplomacy with Iran may yet fail. On Tuesday, exactly one week before a June 30 deadline for an agreement, Iran’s Supreme Leader delivered his latest […]

Krebs Daily Briefing 24 June 2014

International Marines looking at deploying aboard foreign ships Faced with a shortage of U.S. Navy ships, the Marine Corps is exploring a plan to deploy its forces aboard foreign vessels to ensure they can respond quickly to global crises around Europe and western Africa. The initiative is a stopgap way to deploy Marines aboard ships […]