Monday, November 5, 2018

Global Security Newsletter // November 05

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November 05, 2018
Indian Teen Wanted FBI to Recover Stolen Bitcoin, So He Threatened to Blow Up Miami Airport: Reports
1. Podcasts from mikenova (19 sites): Audio | The Guardian: Inside the campaign to stop Brexit - Today in Focus podcast
1. Podcasts from mikenova (19 sites): Audio | The Guardian: All square at the Emirates, young debutants and bollards – Football Weekly
New group couches Sprint/T-Mobile US merger objection in national security concerns
1. World from mikenova (22 sites): FOX News: State of the Midterms: Sinema, McSally trade lead in final charge to Election Day

Indian Teen Wanted FBI to Recover Stolen Bitcoin, So He Threatened to Blow Up Miami Airport: Reports

Gizmodo
This probably isn’t the best way to get the FBI’s attention. Multiple outlets in India reported over the weekend that an unnamed 18-year-old boy from the Jalaun district is being charged with multiple crimes after he called the FBI about 50 times with bomb threats against the Miami International Airport.
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1. Podcasts from mikenova (19 sites): Audio | The Guardian: Inside the campaign to stop Brexit - Today in Focus podcast

Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites)
The Guardian has just launched Today in Focus, a daily news podcast that takes you behind the headlines. In this episode, we ask: who are the people trying to stop Brexit? We hear from James McGrory, the director of the People’s Vote campaign.
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1. Podcasts from mikenova (19 sites): Audio | The Guardian: All square at the Emirates, young debutants and bollards – Football Weekly

Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites)
Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email. Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Gregg Bakowski and Mark Langdon to look back at another packed weekend of football, starting with the standout fixture between Arsenal and Liverpool, which finished as square as James Milner’s jaw.
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New group couches Sprint/T-Mobile US merger objection in national security concerns

RCR Wireless News
Sprint/T-Mobile US merger could open up US to Chinese “ecosystem,” according to former House Intelligence Committee chairman As federal regulator review the proposed mega-merger between carriers Sprint and T-Mobile US, criticism has largely come in the form of concerns about potential impacts on consumer choice and pricing, as well as workforce impacts.
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1. World from mikenova (22 sites): FOX News: State of the Midterms: Sinema, McSally trade lead in final charge to Election Day

Global Security News from mikenova (25 sites)
Both candidates for Senate in Arizona are tied at 46 percent in the latest Fox News Poll. With just one day until voters cast their midterm ballots, Arizona's Senate battle remains one of the tightest races on the map -- with Republican nominee Martha McSally and Democratic rival Kyrsten Sinema trading the lead in the final burst of polling.
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