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Fraud in UK at level where it ‘poses national security threat’

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Fraud in the UK has risen to a level where it poses a “national security threat”, according to the main banking body, with £754m stolen from bank customers during the first half of this year – a 30% rise on the same p...

Covid and Afghanistan ‘reveal weakness of UK’s security policy’

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The rapid fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic have revealed “serious weaknesses” in the government’s approach to dealing with national security, according to a highly critical ...

LAPD to stop requesting civilians’ social security numbers after backlash

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El departamento de policía de Los Ángeles (LAPD) has moved to end its practice of requesting the social security numbers of civilians officers question, after immigrants’ rights advocates raised concerns about potential viola...

India weighs up new security risks in wake of Taliban takeover

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As the Taliban last week announced the cabinet set to now govern Afghanistan, 600 miles away in Delhi, the mood was sombre. Of the 33 men who were given key posts, almost all have been with the Taliban since the group...

Top security officials to reinstall Capitol fence ahead of far-right rally

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Top security officials in Congress are expected to reinstall fencing around the Capitol and authorize the use of deadly force ahead of a planned rally by far-right Trump supporters next weekend demanding the release o...

‘Anything goes’: how 9/11 led to a global security clampdown

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The moment Wahid Sheikh’s life changed forever was broadcast on television to a global audience of millions, including him. En el momento, it appeared to be happening entirely to others, a long way from his Mumbai home....

2015 Paris attacks: security high as 20 suspects go on trial

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The trial of 20 men accused of involvement in the 2015 wave of terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 130 and left hundreds more injured has opened in the French capital’s historic law courts. A 13.17 on Wednesday ju...

El gobierno del Reino Unido ordena una revisión de seguridad nacional de la adquisición de la empresa de grafeno

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El secretario de Comercio, Kwasi Kwarteng, ordenó una revisión de seguridad nacional de la adquisición por parte de un académico chino de un pequeño fabricante galés de grafeno, el "supermaterial" más delgado y liviano que se conoce.. En un movimiento raro,...

Islamism remains first-order security threat to west, says Tony Blair

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The west still faces the threat of 9/11-style attacks by radical Islamist groups but this time using bio-terrorism, Tony Blair has warned. Blair also challenges the US president, Joe Biden, by urging democratic govern...

Security operation for Queen’s death includes social media blackouts

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The UK government’s vast security operation to manage the immediate aftermath of the death of the Queen include official social media blackouts and a ban on retweets. The secret documents, codenamed Operation London B...

Pakistan’s national security adviser urges west to engage with Taliban

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The west has embarrassed itself by refusing to listen to Pakistan about the lack of popular support for Afghanistan’s ousted government led by Ashraf Ghani, and needs to help Afghans by engaging with the Taliban to en...

UK security watchdog could demand access to intelligence on Afghan crisis

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Parliament’s security watchdog is expected to demand to see the secret intelligence analysis behind the west’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, sources have said, after ministers claimed they were caught unawares ...

Hong Kong protest pair swept up in national security crackdown plead guilty

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The Hong Kong activist Andy Li and paralegal Chan Tsz-wah have pleaded guilty to foreign collusion, becoming the second and third convictions under the year-old national security law which has been used to crush gover...

‘Chilling reports’: UN chief urges security council to act on Afghanistan – video

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United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called on the security council to 'use all tools at its disposal to suppress the global terrorist threat in Afghanistan' and guarantee that basic human rights will be ...

Damian Hinds to be security minister after Johnson U-turn over Priti Patel

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Boris Johnson has made former cabinet minister Damian Hinds his new security minister, after deciding not to let Priti Patel take on the brief. Menos que 24 hours after the home secretary was reported to be adding sec...

UK security chiefs issue guidance after hackers target ministers on WhatsApp

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Ministers and civil servants conducting “government by WhatsApp” have been at risk of being targeted by hackers, leading to new advice from security chiefs about how to improve their privacy. The cabinet secretary, Si...

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