Categories
The News And Times Blog

12:34 PM 11/6/2021 – JOSSICA – #JOSSICA: CIA chief to Moscow to scare off Russia – NewsBeezer: William Burns, director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), made a surprise visit to Moscow on November 2 and had rare conversations with …

12:34 PM 11/6/2021 – JOSSICA – #JOSSICA: CIA chief to Moscow to scare off Russia – NewsBeezer: William Burns, director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), made a surprise visit to Moscow on November 2 and had rare conversations with …

12:34 PM 11/6/2021
JOSSICA – #JOSSICA: International Journal of  the Open Source Strategic Intelligence and Counterintelligence Analysis 


__________________________________

JOSSICA from Michael Novakhov on Inoreader

WordPress RSS Feed Retriever by Theme Mason

 

JOSSICA from Michael Novakhov on Inoreader

___________________________________

Categories
The News And Times Blog

The CIA is closely monitoring Russian troops on the border with Ukraine – World Today News – posted at 15:27:48 UTC

Michael Novakhov’s favorite articles on Inoreader

The director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), William Burns, warned Russia that The United States is closely monitoring what is …

William Burns, nominee for Central Intelligence Agency director, testifies before his Senate Select Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill …

social

2016 Presidential Election Investigation Fast Facts  kuna noticias y kuna radio

She is a graduate of The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and is originally and proudly from BrooklynN.Y..

Rounding out the food scene is Pebble Bar, a three-story watering hole from the team behind Grand Army and Celestine in Brooklyn. The bar, located in …

Governor Hochul Announces Partnership To Expand Solar Development Support For Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands  Oswego Daily News

USA Radio News 110621 Hour 11

 audio/mpeg 110621news11.mp3
Virus Outbreak: News and Analysis From Nov. 6  Bloomberg

Russian, Iranian Foreign Ministers Call to Restore Nuclear Deal  Bloomberg

From: ReutersVideo
Duration: 02:00

‘Eternals’ marks many firsts in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from the introduction of the first deaf superhero and the first South Asian superhero to its first gay kiss.

#Eternals #Marvel #SalmaHayek #JemmaChan #AngelinaJolie #News #Reuters

Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe

Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled.

Get the latest news on: http://reuters.com/
Follow Reuters on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reuters
Follow Reuters on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Reuters
Follow Reuters on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reuters/?hl=en

hqdefault.jpg

1020001 ReutersVideo’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: france24english
Duration: 02:00

Thousands of climate protesters braved torrential rain in Glasgow on Saturday to take part in worldwide demonstrations against what campaigners say is a failure of crunch UN talks to bring about the radical action needed to tame global warming.
 

🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: https://f24.my/YTen
🔴 LIVE – Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: https://f24.my/YTliveEN

🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: https://www.france24.com/en/

Like us on Facebook: https://f24.my/FBen
Follow us on Twitter: https://f24.my/TWen
Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: https://f24.my/IGen

hqdefault.jpg

568509 france24english’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

Давка на фестивале // Лекарство от COVID-19 // Blue Origin // Вакцина для детей Главные новости США за 6 ноября 2021

Download video: https://av.voanews.com/Videoroot/Pangeavideo/2021/11/5/5d/5dfbee9d-129b-4145-a623-f2b5b1b87604.mp4

2644305 ГОЛОС АМЕРИКИ

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: CSPAN
Duration: 05:00

President Biden: “Finally, ‘Infrastructure week.’ I’m so happy to say that. Infrastructure week…We did something that’s long overdue, that long has been talked about in Washington but never actually been done. The House of Representatives passed an Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act. That’s a fancy way of saying a bipartisan infrastructure bill.”

The president also says he’ll sign the bill soon. “Vice President Harris and I look forward to having a formal signing ceremony for this bipartisan infrastructure soon…I’m not doing it this weekend because I want people who worked so hard to get this done, Democrats & Republicans, to be here when we sign it.”

Full video here: https://www.c-span.org/video/?515926-1/president-biden-remarks-passage-bipartisan-infrastructure-bill

Download the FREE C-SPAN Now App. https://www.c-span.org/c-spanNow/

Discover the C-SPAN Video Library at https://www.c-span.org/quickguide/

C-SPAN: Created by Cable in 1979. Offered as a public service.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CSPAN

Follow us:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CSPAN
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cspan
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cspan/

Subscribe:
C-SPAN Podcasts: https://www.c-span.org/podcasts/
Newsletters: https://www.c-span.org/connect/
#cspan

maxresdefault.jpg

6373921 CSPAN’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: skynews
Duration: 37:00

On Sky News Breakfast with Steve Dixon,

– ‘Action not words’, the global day of protests over climate change Sky News is in Glasgow where people have taken to the streets,

– A special report from the Brazilian Amazon, where the multi-million pound illegal beef trade is driving deforestation,

– Eight people have died after a crush at a music festival hosted by rapper Travis Scott in Texas,

– The Equality Watchdog says it’ll take action against Yorkshire County Cricket Club, if it’s breached the law on racism.

SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews

Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skynews

For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps:

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8

Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB

Sky News videos are now available in Spanish here/Los video de Sky News están disponibles en español aquí https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzG5BnqHO8oNlrPDW9CYJog

maxresdefault.jpg

1020003 skynews’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: AlJazeeraEnglish
Duration: 02:00

Sierra Leone’s deputy health minister says 99 people have been killed in a fire that followed a fuel tanker explosion. It happened in the capital, Freetown, after the tanker collided with another vehicle.
The number of dead is expected to rise.
Al Jazeera’s Dorsa Jabbari reports.

– Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe
– Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish
– Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera
– Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/

#AlJazeeraEnglish #AlJazeeraEnglish #SierraLeone #FuelTankerBlast

hqdefault.jpg

568507 AlJazeeraEnglish’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: ReutersVideo
Duration: 00:00

Environmental groups protest in London’s Trafalgar Square as the United Nations climate conference continues in Glasgow.

#COP26 #ClimateChange #UN #Live #Reuters #News

maxresdefault_live.jpg

1020001 ReutersVideo’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

From: AssociatedPress
Duration: 01:00

At least eight people died and numerous others were injured in what officials described as a surge of the crowd at the Astroworld music festival in Houston while rapper Travis Scott was performing. (Nov. 6)

Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress
Website: https://apnews.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP
Facebook: https://facebook.com/APNews
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/

You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/927ea6ce6631468db886028c4abcc445

maxresdefault.jpg

2236140 AssociatedPress’s YouTube Videos

6597560 1. VIDEO NEWS from Michael_Novakhov (74 sites)

Fiona Hill Book ‘There Is Nothing for You Here’ Probes Trump, Russia, Putin  Bloomberg

Igor Danchenko is seen in an undated photo from his Twitter @IgorDanch.

Igor Danchenko is seen in an undated photo from his Twitter @IgorDanch. 
Igor Danchenko – GS

Post Link – 8:41 AM 11/6/2021 – Very strange, “voluntary” arrest of Igor Danchenko

US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak – UrduPoint https://t.co/MbDdTFxKA3

— Michael Novakhov (@mikenov) November 6, 2021 

JOSSICA – #JOSSICA

from Michael Novakhov on Inoreader
Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier  The Washington PostAuthorities Arrest Analyst Who Contributed to Steele Dossier  The New York TimesIgor Danchenko, Trump dossier source, arrested in John Durham probe  USA TODAYRussian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested and charged with lying to FBI  CNNIndictment…
US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak – UrduPoint  UrduPoint News
Russian analyst who helped compile Steele dossier arrested in U.S. probe – New York Times  KFGO News
CIA director, Russian spy chief hold talks in Moscow  in-cyprus
US-Russia Strategic Stability Dialogue To Resume In Coming Weeks – Deputy Foreign Minister – UrduPoint  UrduPoint News

On this day in 1865, the Confederate commerce raider CSS Shenandoah puts into the British port of Liverpool and surrenders following a year-long campaign against Union shipping. The U.S. Civil War has been over for 211 days.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1860, Abraham Lincoln, 51, wins the US presidency. Within 45 days, South Carolina will leave the Union.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1918, Allied forces recapture Sedan, France. German defences are collapsing on the Western Front. Berlin is days from surrender.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1941, Stalin takes to the airwaves to urge the Soviet people to fight on. “No mercy for the German invaders!” he thunders as Hitler’s Panzers draw ever closer to Moscow.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1862, President Lincoln fires George McClellan from his position as commander of the Army of the Potomac. The disgraced general will take on his old boss in the 1864 national election.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1773, Samuel Adams declares that any Bostonian who unloads tea from British ships in the city’s harbour will be labelled “an enemy to America.”
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

Today in 1956, British and French paratroops seize portions of the Suez Canal in response to Egypt’s nationalization of the waterway in July. The move follows days of air strikes by the two powers and an invasion of the Sinai by Israel. Both the US and Soviets condemn the action
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1757, Frederick II of Prussia outfights the combined armies of France and the Holy Roman Empire at the Battle of Rossbach. He only loses about 100 men; enemy casualties are in the thousands. No wonder his subjects will one day call him Frederick the Great.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)
Military History Now retweeted: Hitler’s Holdouts – Meet the Last German Troops to Surrender in WW2 militaryhistorynow.com/2014/04/30/hit… via @milhistnow
posted 1h ago by Sal Vadacchino🇨🇦 via Military History Now (Twitter)
Military History Now retweeted: Here is the story of the sinking of ‘Faa di Bruno’, in @MilHistNow. militaryhistorynow.com/2020/09/23/the…
posted 1h ago by James Brun via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1921, the Nazi Party’s paramilitary Sturmabteilung or ‘SA’ is founded. They become known as the “brown-shirts.”
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1862, Richard J. Gatling patents the famous rapid-fire gun that will bear his name. Ironically, he imagines that his weapon will render mass armies obsolete thereby making future wars far less deadly.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1918, war-weary and starving German civilians take to the streets to demand “peace and bread.” The country is just days away from surrender.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)
‘Valor in Action’ — How One WW2 Vet-Turned-Artist Immortalized Marine Corps Heroism militaryhistorynow.com/2021/11/03/val…
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)

On this day in 1986, news first breaks of the Iran-Contra scandal. It will eventually emerge that the Reagan White House authorized weapons sales to Tehran and funnelled the profits to anti-communist guerrillas in Nicaragua.
posted 1h ago by Military History Now via Military History Now (Twitter)
The News And Times Information Network – Blogs By Michael Novakhov – thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com
Categories
Shared Links - Audio Posts

Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier


Michael_Novakhov
shared this story
.

b’

nnn

Signed in as Michael_Novakhov

Send this story to NewsBlur

Shared stories are on their way…

Categories
Shared Links - Audio Posts

Russian Analyst Who Helped Compile Trump-Russia Dossier Arrested by US Authorities


Michael_Novakhov
shared this story
from Voice of America.

b’

WASHINGTON xe2x80x94xc2xa0

A Russian analyst who provided information for a dossier of research used during the Trump-Russia investigation has been arrested by U.S. authorities as part of an ongoing special counsel investigation, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Igor Danchenko is the third person, and second in a two-month span, to face charges in special counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation.

Danchenko functioned as a source for Christopher Steele, a former British spy who was paid by Democrats to examine ties between Russia and Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. The research he compiled was provided to the FBI and used by federal authorities as they applied for and received surveillance warrants targeting a former Trump campaign aide aide.

Both the dossier and the Durham probe are politically charged. Trump’s Justice Department appointed Durham as Trump claimed the investigation of campaign ties to Russia was a witch hunt and pointed to the dossier, some of which remains uncorroborated or has been discredited, as evidence of a tainted probe driven by Democrats.

But the dossier had no role in the launching of the Trump-Russia investigation and special counsel Robert Mueller ultimately found questionable ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, but not sufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges. Democrats have lambasted the Durham probe as politically motivated, but the Biden administration has not stopped it.

The Justice Department’s inspector general has faulted the FBI and the Justice Department for their handling of the dossier. Danchenko xe2x80x94 who was not identified by name in the watchdog report xe2x80x94 had revealed to FBI investigators during a 2017 interview about the dossier’s origins and veracity xe2x80x94 “potentially serious problems with Steele’s descriptions of information in his reports.”

But those qualms from Danchenko were omitted from the final three surveillance applications, making the dossier appear more credible than even one of its own sources thought it was, according to the report from Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

Danchenko, who previously worked for the Brookings Institution, has himself suggested that the information he offered to Steele was not meant to be portrayed as indisputable fact.

“Even raw intelligence from credible sources, I take it with a grain of salt,” Danchenko said in an interview with The New York Times last year. “Who knows, what if it’s not particularly accurate? Is it just a rumor or is there more to it?”

It was not immediately clear what charges Danchenko might face. But it would be the third criminal action brought by Durham, following the September indictment of Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer accused of making a false statement to the FBI during a 2016 meeting, and a guilty plea last year from an FBI lawyer who admitted altering an email related to the surveillance of the Trump aide, Carter Page.

Categories
The News And Times Blog

8:41 AM 11/6/2021 – Very strange, “voluntary” arrest of Igor Danchenko: “US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak” – UrduPoint

Igor Danchenko is seen in an undated photo from his Twitter @IgorDanch. 
Igor Danchenko – GS

Post Link – 8:41 AM 11/6/2021 – Very strange, “voluntary” arrest of Igor Danchenko

JOSSICA#JOSSICA

from Michael Novakhov on Inoreader
Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier – The Washington Post
Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier  The Washington PostAuthorities Arrest Analyst Who Contributed to Steele Dossier  The New York TimesIgor Danchenko, Trump dossier source, arrested in John Durham probe  USA TODAYRussian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested and charged with lying to FBI  CNNIndictment…
US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak – UrduPoint – UrduPoint News
US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak – UrduPoint  UrduPoint News
Russian analyst who helped compile Steele dossier arrested in U.S. probe – New York Times – KFGO News
Russian analyst who helped compile Steele dossier arrested in U.S. probe – New York Times  KFGO News
CIA director, Russian spy chief hold talks in Moscow – in-cyprus
CIA director, Russian spy chief hold talks in Moscow  in-cyprus
US-Russia Strategic Stability Dialogue To Resume In Coming Weeks – Deputy Foreign Minister – UrduPoint – UrduPoint News
US-Russia Strategic Stability Dialogue To Resume In Coming Weeks – Deputy Foreign Minister – UrduPoint  UrduPoint News

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1865, the Confederate commerce raider CSS Shenandoah puts into the British port of Liverpool and surrenders following a year-long campaign against Union shipping. The U.S. Civil War has been over for 211 days.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1860, Abraham Lincoln, 51, wins the US presidency. Within 45 days, South Carolina will leave the Union.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1918, Allied forces recapture Sedan, France. German defences are collapsing on the Western Front. Berlin is days from surrender.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1941, Stalin takes to the airwaves to urge the Soviet people to fight on. “No mercy for the German invaders!” he thunders as Hitler’s Panzers draw ever closer to Moscow.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1862, President Lincoln fires George McClellan from his position as commander of the Army of the Potomac. The disgraced general will take on his old boss in the 1864 national election.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1773, Samuel Adams declares that any Bostonian who unloads tea from British ships in the city’s harbour will be labelled “an enemy to America.”

Military History Now @MilHistNow
Today in 1956, British and French paratroops seize portions of the Suez Canal in response to Egypt’s nationalization of the waterway in July. The move follows days of air strikes by the two powers and an invasion of the Sinai by Israel. Both the US and Soviets condemn the action

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1757, Frederick II of Prussia outfights the combined armies of France and the Holy Roman Empire at the Battle of Rossbach. He only loses about 100 men; enemy casualties are in the thousands. No wonder his subjects will one day call him Frederick the Great.
Sal Vadacchino🇨🇦 @SalVadacchino1
Military History Now retweeted: Hitler’s Holdouts – Meet the Last German Troops to Surrender in WW2 militaryhistorynow.com/2014/04/30/hit… via @milhistnow
James Brun @LeBrunJames81
Military History Now retweeted: Here is the story of the sinking of ‘Faa di Bruno’, in @MilHistNow. militaryhistorynow.com/2020/09/23/the…

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1921, the Nazi Party’s paramilitary Sturmabteilung or ‘SA’ is founded. They become known as the “brown-shirts.”

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1862, Richard J. Gatling patents the famous rapid-fire gun that will bear his name. Ironically, he imagines that his weapon will render mass armies obsolete thereby making future wars far less deadly.

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1918, war-weary and starving German civilians take to the streets to demand “peace and bread.” The country is just days away from surrender.
Military History Now @MilHistNow
‘Valor in Action’ — How One WW2 Vet-Turned-Artist Immortalized Marine Corps Heroism militaryhistorynow.com/2021/11/03/val…

Military History Now @MilHistNow
On this day in 1986, news first breaks of the Iran-Contra scandal. It will eventually emerge that the Reagan White House authorized weapons sales to Tehran and funnelled the profits to anti-communist guerrillas in Nicaragua.

Categories
Shared Links - Audio Posts

Secret Sharers: The Hidden Ties Between Private Spies and Journalists


Michael_Novakhov
shared this story
.

b’

Mr. Simpson loved holding court with reporters, regaling them with war stories and presenting himself as a journalistic wise man. At a conference of investigative journalists in 2016, he said he and Mr. Fritsch had started Fusion to continue their work as reporters who righted wrongs.

xe2x80x9cI like to call it journalism for rent,xe2x80x9d he said.

Fusion GPS, like its competitors, belonged to a wider web of enablers xe2x80x94 lawyers, public relations executives and xe2x80x9ccrisis managementxe2x80x9d consultants xe2x80x94 who serve the wealthy, the powerful and the controversial. For their part, private intelligence firms take on jobs that others donxe2x80x99t know how to do or donxe2x80x99t want to get caught doing.

Information gathered by private investigators is often laundered through public relations firms, which then shop the material to journalists. Jules Kroll, who created the modern-day private intelligence industry in the 1970s, broke that mold by leaking information directly to reporters. Mr. Simpson took it a step further. He sold Fusion GPS to clients by emphasizing his connections at major media outlets and assured journalists that he was really still one of them.

xe2x80x9cPeople who have never been a reporter donxe2x80x99t understand the challenges of printing what you know, right, because you canxe2x80x99t just say what you know xe2x80x94 you have to say how you know, and you have to prove it,xe2x80x9d Mr. Simpson remarked at the 2016 conference. xe2x80x9cWhen youxe2x80x99re a spy, you really donxe2x80x99t have to get into a lot of that stuff.xe2x80x9d

Fusion GPS also mined a field that other private intelligence firms avoided xe2x80x94 political opposition research. And when Mr. Trump emerged in 2016 as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, lawyers for Hillary Clintonxe2x80x99s campaign hired Fusion to dig into ties between Mr. Trump and Russia.

In the fall of 2016, Fusion GPS invited selected reporters from The Times, The New Yorker and other news organizations to meet Mr. Steele in Washington and receive briefings on what he had uncovered about the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. As is often the case in the world of private intelligence, the meetings came with a catch: If news organizations wrote about the dossier, they had to agree not to disclose that Fusion GPS and the former British agent were the sources of the material.

Mr. Steele was described to journalists as having played a pivotal role in breaking huge cases, including the 2006 poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, a former K.G.B. agent, and the F.B.I.xe2x80x99s investigation into bribery at FIFA, soccerxe2x80x99s governing body. And when speaking about Mr. Trump and Russia, he came across as calm, understated and confident, according to reporters who attended the meetings.