A new report by a research group has made startling revelations about the UK’s SAS Force..or the Special Air Services Force. It has claimed that SAS and other British special forces have been involved in covert operations in 19 countries in the past dozen years… including in Nigeria, the Philippines and Russia, as well as in Syria, Ukraine… and most recently in Sudan. Sudan is currently undergoing through intense internal rivalry and talks of Wagner Group of Russia operating there have also been making waves. The London-based research group named Action on Armed Violence, has compiled a list of their activities since 2011 based on media leaks. This expose highlights that members of the SAS, Special Boat Service and Special Reconnaissance Regiment, have been repeatedly deployed by the British Prime Ministers and Defence Secretaries to conduct high-risk missions, typically where the UK is not at war.
Elon Musk's start-up Neuralink on Thursday said it has gotten approval from US regulators to test its brain implants in people. Neuralink said that clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its first-in-human clinical study is ‘an important first step’ for its technology, which is intended to let brains interface directly with computers.
#Neuralink #ElonMusk #FDA
Former Pakistan PM and PTI Chief Imran Khan added to no-fly list; Guinea’s suppression of protests stokes anger against military; Germany, world's fourth largest economy, enters Recession; Wagner Group starts withdrawing from Bakhmut
#ImranKhan #NoFlyList #PTI #BushraBibi
The Indian Navy achieved a historic milestone after the MiG-29K fighter jet conducted a successful night landing on the indigenously built aircraft carrier INS Vikrant. The video of the same was shared by the Indian Navy on its official Twitter account.
#MiG29K #INSVikrant #IndianNavy #RajnathSingh
The first of the three Russian hypersonic missile scientists to be arrested on suspicion of treason will go on trial next week in a case which apparently involves accusations of betraying secrets to foreign adversaries. The criminal case against Anatoly Maslov, 76, will open in Saint Petersburg’s city court on June 1. The St. Petersburg City Court also ruled on May 24 that Maslov's detention would be extended until at least November 10. Soon after his arrest, authorities had flown him to Moscow and put him in pre-trial detention in Lefortovo prison…a former KGB interrogation site where Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich is also being held. The details of the case are classified, but some local media reports cited sources close to scientific circles as saying that the three scholars are suspected of handing information related to their research to China.
#Russiascientisttreason #russianmissile #russia #russianarmy #russiaukrainewar