New Allegations of Murder Lead to Another Look Into Princess Diana’s Death

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

According to open media sources, the Royal Military Police passed on to Scotland Yard new allegations that Princess Diana was murdered. The claims were turned in by the in-laws from a letter of an SAS sniper Sgt. Danny Nightingale (convicted on an illegal weapons charge) boasting the SAS was behind the deaths.

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In Egypt: State of Emergency Declared

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

In Egypt, military backed government stays true again to its promise and breaks down the Muslim Brotherhood sit-in demonstrators. The media continues to highlight the death toll over 500 since and over 3,000 wounded since the military take over on July 3.

A state of emergency has been declared and a curfew from 7pm to 6am in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Protest Camps Violently Cleared in Egypt

By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security

Egypt’s interim Prime Minister Hazem Beblawi said that “Today was a difficult day.” Quite frankly, this has to be the most profound understatement of the day. Though the Egyptian military and police did state that the clearing of the protests sites would happen, the loss of life today is rather high.

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The 2013 Boston Bombings

Elena Mastors, Counter Terrorist Magazine & Dean of Doctoral Studies at American Military University
Special to In Homeland Security

At approximately 2:49 pm on April 15th, two explosions occurred near the Boston Marathon finish line. Some runners had already crossed the finish line.[i] The first explosion took place in front of 671 Boylston Street and the second in front of 755 Boylston Street, about a block away and approximately ten seconds later.

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Cyber Attack Danger Grows

Marie Szaniszlo, Boston Herald
Special to In Homeland Security

Recent revelations about China hacking U.S. computers have raised awareness of cyber espionage, but some of the greatest threats local governments face are cyber attacks that can be used to defraud people or to plunge an entire city or state into chaos, according to one security expert.

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India Showcases Naval Advances

By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security

Earlier this week India activated the reactor on board its indigenously built INS Arihant nuclear submarine and launched a new aircraft carrier, the INS Vikrant, that was likewise homegrown. India has employed aircraft carriers and nuclear powered submarines in its navy previously, but the local build of these crafts add a different dimension to India’s military capabilities.

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