Joe DiGenova, a former U.S. attorney, said that hundreds of surface-to-air missiles presumably meant for Syrian rebels were stolen by some “very ugly people.”
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for August 19 - 25, 2013.
It is believed 24 Egyptian policemen were killed in an attack by unknown terrorists near the town of Rafah on the Egyptian-Gaza border.
President Obama is pushing for continuation of the U.S. cooperation with Egyptian authorities, while Senator Rand Paul aims to end the funneling of funds to radicals in Egypt that are murdering opponents.
Protests by supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi continued across Egypt on August 16, as the Muslim Brotherhood staged a “Day of Rage.” The protests were often violent, and witnesses reported four protest-related deaths in central Cairo, four in the Mediterranean town of Damietta, and four more in the northeastern city of Ismailia.
Using armored vehicles, Egyptian government security forces conducted operations to clear two camps occupied by supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
Samuel Lamb, a leader in China's underground house church movement beginning in the 1950s and a hero of the faith to tens of millions both in and outside the communist country, died August 3 at the age of 88.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for August 12 - 18, 2013.
Japan's economic malaise is perhaps providing communism with its most fertile modern ground, as young workers there are increasingly embracing the Japanese Communist Party.
On August 8 the U.S. State Department warned U.S. citizens “to defer all non-essential travel to Pakistan,” stating that “The presence of several foreign and indigenous terrorist groups poses a potential danger to U.S. citizens throughout Pakistan.”