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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: Stealing Secrets from Students – AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

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Opinion Stealing Secrets from StudentsUSA – -(AmmoLand.com)- When most Americans think of espionage, we think of debonair foreign spies sneaking around military compounds – or bespectacled hackers hammering away at keyboards to steal top secret information from foreign adversaries.
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Crucial questions that should be asked when former special counsel testifies before House committees on July 17  Robert Mueller, who investigated allegations of Russia collusion and obstruction of justice for nearly two years as special counsel, will be testifying before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees on July 17.
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Crucial questions that should be asked when former special counsel testifies before House committees on July 17  Robert Mueller, who investigated allegations of Russia collusion and obstruction of justice for nearly two years as special counsel, will be testifying before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees on July 17.
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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): “Brooklyn Music” – Google News: What’s on TV Thursday: ‘A Capitol Fourth’ on PBS – Los Angeles Times

What’s on TV Thursday: ‘A Capitol Fourth’ on PBS  Los Angeles Times

Clique Holly (Synnove Karlsen) returns to Edinburgh, Scotland, for her second year of university as this imported drama airs its six-episode second season in its …

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A noted Black activist is charging the Park Slope progressive community with attempting to shutter a restaurant and bar just because it has one of the most …

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (24 sites): FOX News: Ruth Bader Ginsburg offers praise to Brett Kavanaugh for hiring all-female staff

Liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had kind words to her new conservative colleague, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, for his inclusivity of women in the highest court of the land.

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The Global Security News: Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Eurasia Review: China: Crack Down On Religious Funerals, Weddings

As the Communist Party of China continues to tighten its grip on the
regulation of religion and religious activity, a human rights group is
reporting that officials are disrupting religious rites and ceremonies
such as funerals and weddings that take place outside of church
buildings.

Bitter Winter, a magazine documenting human rights and religious
freedom abuses in China, reported that attendees of such ceremonies have
been threatened with investigation and jail, and in some cases have
been arrested and detained for more than two weeks at a time.

The crackdowns are part of the government’s campaign to “sinicize” religion,
bringing it into unity with Communist Chinese culture.  The report
comes just five days after Chris Smith (R-NJ), co-chair of the Tom
Lantos Human Rights Commission, told a congressional hearing that the state of religious freedom in China has “never been worse than it is right now.”

On April 12 of this year, Chinese government officials broke up an
11-person Christian funeral in the province of Henan that was honoring a
deceased member of the congregation. Officials accused attendees of
“hiding” their actions in the countryside, and threatened them with jail
time, according to Bitter Winter reports.
The police registered the personal contact information of the attendees
and told them that they could be investigated at any time.

In February, in another city in the same province, officials
interrupted another Christian funeral for an elderly person. Local
authorities reportedly threatened attendees with arrest for holding a
religious service outside of a church building, and the attendees
dispersed.

Bitter Winter reports that interrupting religious funerals dates back
to at least 2017, when a pre-funeral Christian ceremony, also in Henan,
was interrupted by officials who declared the activities to be
“illegal.” All of the 20-some attendees were detained. Some were
released shortly thereafter due to old age or illness, while six
attendees were held for up to 15 days in custody.

Also in April of this year, in the province of Jilin, a Taoist temple
director was arrested at his temple after someone posted a video online
showing a prayer ceremony honoring martyrs. Tipped off by the video,
officials investigated the temple on April 17. While the director had
obtained the necessary permit to hold such an event, officials told him:
“Even if you have a certificate, it’s still unacceptable. You’re
deceiving the common people, and this is illegal,” Bitter Winter
reported.

Chinese officials also attempted to block a wedding at a church in
Henan by requiring attendees to write their names down in a registry,
and by disallowing any other festivities outside of the church and
banning attendees under the age of 18. A church director told Bitter
Winter that he thinks the regulations were put in place to dissuade
people from planning weddings in the church. The March wedding was
cancelled after the restrictions were put in place.

At another wedding, on May 1 in province of Shanxi, a Christian
couple was arrested by police for requesting a band to play Christian
songs at their son’s wedding, Bitter Winter reports. They were only
released from police after local village officials vouched for the
couple.

The crackdowns on religious ceremonies are just the latest in a long
list of reported abuses against religious freedom in the country.
Chinese government officials have also set up mass internment camps for Uyghur Muslims, and have destroyed churches, burned down crosses, restricted religious expression online, and have attempted to re-write the Bible so that its message is more in line with the Communist party, among other abuses, officials have reported.

Last week, the Vatican issued new guidelines on the government’s
requirement of registration for church clergy. The Vatican said it
respected the judgement of Chinese Catholic clergy in whether or not
they wanted to add their names to the registry. Registration allows
clerics to practice their ministry freely, but it also means that they
acknowledge the government’s efforts to “sinicize” religion.

The Vatican stated that clerics should register only if they specify
that they are doing so insofar as the document that they are signing is
“faithful to the principles of Catholic doctrine.”

The Catholic Church in China is divided between the underground
Church, which is loyal to the Vatican but operates without government
permission and whose ordinations are not approved by the government, and
the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association (CPCA), which is
government-sanctioned.

In September 2018 the Vatican and Beijing reached an agreement known
as the China Deal that attempted to bridge the divide between the
underground Catholic Church and the CPCA. The deal allows the CPCA to
choose a slate of nominees for bishop.

The controversial agreement, while seen by some as a step to a united Church in China, has been criticized
by other church leaders and human rights advocates as attempted to
compromise with the Communist party, which has not since let up in their
aggression towards Christians and other believers.

In April of this year, Chinese officials in the Guangdong province began offering cash incentives for information or tips on religious people and religious gatherings.

In its 20th annual report,
released in April 2019, the U.S. Commission on International Religious
Freedom highlighted China as being among the worst offenders against
religious freedom globally.

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See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.

By Aidan Graham

Brooklyn Paper

YMC-ya later!

Management has closed the Prospect Park YMCA indefinitely after discovering a chemical contamination of its water supply.

The gym — located at 357 Ninth Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues — has been shuttered since July 2. Gym employees could not confirm a date for the gym to reopen.

According to the YMCA’s website, the water was infected with the chemical ethylene glycol while they were performing maintenance on the gym’s air conditioning system.

“Ethylene glycol is used to make antifreeze and de-icing solutions for cars, airplanes, and boats,” according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. “It is also used in hydraulic brake fluids and inks used in stamp pads, ballpoint pens, and print shops.”

The YMCA is urging anyone who was possibly affected by the contaminated water to seek help.

“If you drank the water at the Y after 6:00 p.m. on July 1 and feel unwell, please seek medical attention immediately,” reads the gym’s website.

A spokesperson for Mayor Bill de Blasio — who routinely travels 11 miles via motorcade from Gracie Mansion to workout at the Ninth Street YMCA — could no immediately comment regarding hizzoner’s exercise plans during the closure.

Reach reporter Aidan Graham at agraham@schnepsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–4577. Follow him at twitter.com/aidangraham95.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Paper: Full articles: Park Slope YMCA closed indefinitely due to water contamination

See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.

By Aidan Graham

Brooklyn Paper

YMC-ya later!

Management has closed the Prospect Park YMCA indefinitely after discovering a chemical contamination of its water supply.

The gym — located at 357 Ninth Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues — has been shuttered since July 2. Gym employees could not confirm a date for the gym to reopen.

According to the YMCA’s website, the water was infected with the chemical ethylene glycol while they were performing maintenance on the gym’s air conditioning system.

“Ethylene glycol is used to make antifreeze and de-icing solutions for cars, airplanes, and boats,” according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. “It is also used in hydraulic brake fluids and inks used in stamp pads, ballpoint pens, and print shops.”

The YMCA is urging anyone who was possibly affected by the contaminated water to seek help.

“If you drank the water at the Y after 6:00 p.m. on July 1 and feel unwell, please seek medical attention immediately,” reads the gym’s website.

A spokesperson for Mayor Bill de Blasio — who routinely travels 11 miles via motorcade from Gracie Mansion to workout at the Ninth Street YMCA — could no immediately comment regarding hizzoner’s exercise plans during the closure.

Reach reporter Aidan Graham at agraham@schnepsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–4577. Follow him at twitter.com/aidangraham95.

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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: FBI agent tells jury about Tinder messages between Loofe and Boswell – Lincoln Journal Star
Justice Dept. Watchdog to Review Shift in Plan to Move F.B.I. Headquarters – The New York Times
Native Americans rally behind Montana case alleging FBI bias – Billings Gazette

“political criminology” – Google News: FACT CHECK: Was an ‘Elderly Man’ Beaten While Trying to Help a ‘Man in a Sundress’ in Portland? – Snopes.com

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Misinformation spread on the internet in the wake of a rally in Portland, Oregon, where far-right protesters clashed with counter-demonstrators — violence that has become a reoccurring feature of the political landscape in the Pacific Northwest.
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Roy Lamproe Alleged Van Buren Bank Robber Will Undergo Mental Health Evaluation VAN BUREN, Ark. (KFSM) — A Van Buren man accused of robbing an Arvest Bank will undergo a mental health evaluation after his defense attorney raised concerns that his client isn’t fit to stand trial.
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WILBER — After they both swiped right, “Audrey, 25” struck up the Tinder conversation with Sydney Loofe on the morning of Nov. 11, 2017. “They’re just chit-chatting back and forth,” FBI Special Agent Mike Maseth testified Wednesday at Aubrey Trail’s murder trial.
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WASHINGTON — The Justice Department’s top watchdog will review why the F.B.I. scuttled plans to erect a new headquarters in suburban Washington and instead chose to replace the J. Edgar Hoover Building on its current site near the White House, he wrote to lawmakers this week.
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Native Americans rally behind Montana case alleging FBI bias – Billings Gazette

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A Montana family’s decade-old lawsuit alleging that racial discrimination tainted an FBI investigation into their relative’s shooting death is getting renewed attention amid a swell of activism around unsolved cases involving missing and slain Native Americans across the nation.
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Cop’s gun fires during struggle with suspect in Brooklyn  New York Post

An NYPD officer’s gun went off while the cop was wrestling over it with a burglary suspect on Wednesday afternoon in Brooklyn, police and law enforcement …

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): “Manhattan Beach Brooklyn” – Google News: Happy Birthday America! Here are the Best Fourth of July Fireworks Shows Across the U.S.A. – Yahoo Entertainment

Happy Birthday America! Here are the Best Fourth of July Fireworks Shows Across the U.S.A.  Yahoo Entertainment

America’s birthday wouldn’t be the same without barbecue, beach days or that red, white, and blue sheet cake. But one staple of July 4th rises above the rest …

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi reform” – Google News: U.S. Olympics Chief Received $2.4 Million Severance Amid Scandal – The New York Times

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FBI’s Detroit chief to lead agency’s Washington Field Office – The Detroit News
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Devin Nunes troubled by Mifsud mystery: ‘None of this makes any sense’ – Washington Examiner

“fbi reform” – Google News: U.S. Olympics Chief Received $2.4 Million Severance Amid Scandal – The New York Times

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The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee reported Wednesday that it had made a $2.4 million severance payment to its former chief executive, Scott Blackmun, when he stepped down under pressure in the wake of the gymnastics abuse scandal.
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Slater (Photo: FBI) Detroit — The special agent in charge of the FBI’s Detroit Division has been named new assistant director in charge of the agency’s Washington, D.C., field office, officials said.
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WILBER — After they both swiped right, “Audrey, 25” struck up the Tinder conversation with Sydney Loofe on the morning of Nov. 11, 2017. “They’re just chit-chatting back and forth,” FBI Special Agent Mike Maseth testified Wednesday at Aubrey Trail’s murder trial.
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July 03, 2019 FBI News Review at 16 Hours “mueller” – Google News: Collusion proof? Russian businessman Deripaska says he spent $20 million on FBI op under Mueller – RT “fbi and trump” – Google News: White supremacists head to Washington ahead of Trump’s July 4 party – Quartz Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: King George III or Donald Trump?
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Devin Nunes troubled by Mifsud mystery: ‘None of this makes any sense’ Washington ExaminerRep. Devin Nunes said there is something “weird” going on with the media’s coverage of the Russia investigation, even after special counsel Robert Mueller’s …
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“fbi and trump” – Google News: White supremacists head to Washington ahead of Trump’s July 4 party – Quartz
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: FBI Executed Search Warrant on Emiliano Salinas’ Email Account – Artvoice
“fbi” – Google News: FBI announce arrest of Baltimore man for conspiring to participate in gang – WBAL TV Baltimore

“mueller” – Google News: Collusion proof? Russian businessman Deripaska says he spent $20 million on FBI op under Mueller – RT

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‘Russian collusion’ might actually be a thing, but it seems the Mueller team should have looked into the FBI’s past to find it, after Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska revealed he funded a covert op for the bureau in the early 2010s.
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US president Donald Trump’s “Salute to America” Fourth of July celebration will feature tanks, military plane flyovers—and potential clashes between white supremacists and counter-protestors.
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President Trump has added military flourishes to the July 4th celebrations in Washington, DC. Critics have questioned the militarization of a holiday that has traditionally foregrounded the non-martial courage of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. A group of lawyers, farmers, and merchants defied the most powerful empire in the world by producing a single sheet of paper containing a list of political grievances and a declaration of abstract philosophical principles. That document was powerful enough to channel a revolution, turn colonists into Americans, and inspire democratic movements around the world long after it was written.
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: FBI Executed Search Warrant on Emiliano Salinas’ Email Account – Artvoice

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When FBI Special Agent Micheal Weniger took the stand in the trial of Keith Alan Raniere on June 13, 2019, he made a revelation that has not been reported in the media as far as I know.
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FBI announce arrest of Baltimore man for conspiring to participate in gang Copy Link {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! Updated: 3:25 PM EDT Jul 3, 2019 A Baltimore man faces life in prison after he was arrested for conspiring to participate in a gang and on drug-related charges, officials say.According to officials, Roger Taylor, 28, also known as “Milk,” was taken into custody on Sunday on a federal warrant for conspiring to participate in a violent racketeering enterprise known as “Trained To Go” and conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute heroin, cocaine and marijuana.Officials said Taylor is alleged member of the gang, which operated in the Sandtown neighborhood in Baltimore City.
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‘Chuck Schumer Has Some Dinner Guests’: Protesters Outside of Minority Leader’s Home Demands Action on Detention Camps  Common Dreams

“He’s afraid to take a stand for immigrants, because he’s afraid of how it’s going to come off to white moderates.”

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‘Close the camps!’ Protesters target federal lawmakers for failure to protect migrants  Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Alarmed and disgusted by the Trump administration’s treatment of undocumented immigrants at the nation’s southern border, protesters on Tuesday held rallies …

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): BrooklynVegan: join us for a North Brooklyn nightlife panel at National Sawdust

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The Global Security News: “Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News: Fourth-Quarter Honor Roll Posted at Bennet Academy – Manchester, CT Patch

Fourth-Quarter Honor Roll Posted at Bennet Academy  Manchester, CT Patch

MANCHESTER, CT — The following students have been named to the honor roll at Bennet Academy for the fourth marking period of the 2018-19 academic year …

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Dershowitz: We have to leave it to the cities, voters to decide how to fix problems – Fox News
Our fifth (and final) roundup of John Kennedy quips – NOLA.com
“fbi criticism” – Google News: Protests muted after family of slain teen calls for pause – The Times of Israel

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Books-n-Bits – The Douglas County Public Library July 3, 2019 We had great fun at the Douglas County Public Library last month when magician Marty Hahne and the Monkeys on Mars Puppet Show stopped by to entertain the kids.
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Law360 (July 2, 2019, 7:49 PM EDT) — LexisNexis Risk Solutions Inc. agreed on Tuesday to pay $5.8 million to resolve a suit in Florida federal court brought by various states and a city alleging that the data and analytics company wrongfully withheld fees from law enforcement agencies when reselling their automobile crash reports.
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Major cities grapple with homelessness, violence; Fox Nation host David Webb and Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz react. This is a rush transcript from “Hannity,” July 2, 2019.
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U.S. Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill, in Washington on July 18, 2017. (Photo by Tom Brenner, The New York Times) John Kennedy has had some fun since arriving in Washington as Louisiana’s junior U.S.
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“fbi criticism” – Google News: Protests muted after family of slain teen calls for pause – The Times of Israel

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Ahead of a third day of planned protests over the Sunday shooting death by a cop of 19-year-old Ethiopian-Israeli man Soloman Tekah, Israel’s acting police chief, Commissioner Moti Cohen, sent a message to the police force saying no more violence would be tolerated.
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IRAN                                                     
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani today issued a warning to Europe that Tehran will “take the next step” in increasing its uranium enrichment by Sunday. “If you want to express regret and issue a statement, you can do it now,” Rouhani said in comments carried by the state broadcaster, increasing pressure on European powers to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. withdrew from last year, AP reports.
Rouhani’s comments came after Iran breached the 300 kilogram (660 pound) limit for low-enriched uranium allowed under the deal Monday. That development did not put Iran significantly closer to holding enough high-enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon, whereas increasing uranium enrichment levels could, Loveday Morris reports at the Washington Post.
“In any amount that we want, any amount that is required … we will take over 3.67,” Rouhani said, in reference to the 3.67% limit set by the 2015 accord – enough for nuclear power plants but far below the 90% needed for weapons. “Our advice to Europe and the United States is to go back to logic and to the negotiating table … go back to understanding, to respecting the law and resolutions of the U.N. Security Council … under those conditions, all of us can abide by the nuclear deal,” Rouhani added. Jon Gambrell and Nasser Karimi report at the AP.
Iranian prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for several individuals accused of spying for the U.S., Iran’s spokesperson for the judiciary Gholamhossein Esmaili announced yesterday. Suspected U.S. spies affiliated with the Iranian military are due to be sentenced to death due to of the “severity of their crimes,” Esmaili said on state television, adding that two other suspects who are also accused of spying for Washington but not affiliated with the military have received “long” jail sentences,  Ali Arouzi and Saphora Smith report at NBC.
Israel is preparing for its possible military involvement in any escalation in the Gulf confrontation between Iran and the U.S., Israeli foreign minister Israel Katz said yesterday. Katz told an international security forum the Herzliya Conference that Iran might accidentally stumble out of what he termed the “gray zone” of contained confrontation, and so “we must be prepared for this, and thus the State of Israel continues to devote itself to building up its military might for the event that it will have to respond to escalation scenarios,” Reuters reports.
“The emotional responses belie the fact that the uranium stockpile limit is a relatively minor detail of the nuclear agreement — some experts would even argue it is an insignificant one” Adam Taylor explains in an analysis at the Washington Post, noting that nonetheless “its potential diplomatic impact should not be underestimated.”
It should not come as a surprise if Iranian leaders step up “their belligerent actions in the region and the nuclear arena if the U.S. continues to asphyxiate their economy and issue military threats,” Gérard Araud and Ali Vaez comment at Foreign Policy, characterizing Tehran’s strategy as a “calculated effort” to rally European leaders around the deal rather than a provocation.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s most urgent priority “is provoking a crisis to imbue European leaders with fear of war and economic disruption,” Michael Doran reports at the Wall Street Journal.
An account of “the complex brinkmanship behind Iran’s nuclear response,” is provided by Andrew England at the Financial Times.
A “factbox” on the likelihood of – and process for – the re-imposition of U.N. sanctions on Iran is provided at Reuters.
LIBYA
At least 40 people were killed and 80 more wounded after an air strike hit a detention center in a Tripoli suburb late yesterday. The center, which is located next to a military camp in the eastern suburb of Tajoura, houses more than 600 people, Reuters reports.
The death toll represents the highest single day casualty from an air strike or shooting since Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled eastern Libyan National Army (L.N.A.) launched an offensive in April, the Guardian reports.
The U.N.-recognized Government of National Accord (G.N.A.) has blamed Haftar and the L.N.A. for the airstrike. “This crime came after the statements of the air force commander of Haftar’s Libyan National Army, Muhammad al-Manfour, and therefore it is he who bears its legal and moral responsibility,” Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha told al-Wasat state radio, Al Jazeera reports.
The G.N.A. denounced the “horrific crime” stating that the airstrike on the center had been intentional and amounted to a “war crime.” The statement added “we ask the international community through the African Union, European Union and (other) organizations to take a firm and clear stance against these continued violations,” Chandler Thornton, Mohammed Elshamy and Ben Westcott report at CNN.
Head of the African Union Moussa Faki Mahamat has called for an independent investigation into the airstrike, stating those responsible for the “horrific crime” should be held to account. Mahamat also requested an “immediate cease-fire” in Tripoli, the AP reports.
The U.N. refugee agency (U.N.H.C.R.) has said it is “extremely concerned about the news of the airstrikes targeting the Tajoura detention center … and accounts of refugees and migrants deceased,”in a message sent on its official Twitter, adding “civilians should never be a target.” AFP reports.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is demanding the State Department investigate reported transfers of U.S. weapons from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to militants in Libya. Menendez wrote to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, requesting that the department to open a probe after a New York Times report that U.S. arms – initially sold to the U.A.E. – were found in a Libyan rebel compound, Jordain Carney reports at the Hill.
The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) yesterday dismissed reports that it had provided a Libyan army group with American-made missiles, following Menendez’s announcement. In its statement, the U.A.E.’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Abu Dhabi reiterated its commitment to the U.N. Security Council’s arms ban on Libya, adding “the U.A.E. also urges all parties to de-escalate tensions and to re-engage in the U.N.’s political process,” Declan Walsh reports at the New York Times.
SYRIA AND ISLAMIC STATE GROUP
U.S. Navy Seal and Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher was yesterday found not guilty of killing a young Islamic State group prisoner in Iraq, but was convicted of posing with the teenager’s corpse. Gallagher – who was accused of stabbing the injured 17-year-old to death and “randomly shooting Iraqi civilians” – was also acquitted of further murder charges yesterday, the BBC reports.
The jury found Gallagher “not guilty of murder …  not guilty of stabbing … not guilty of shooting … not guilty of all those things … they found him guilty of taking a photograph,” Gallagher’s lawyer Timothy Parlatore told journalists outside the San Diego military court. Gallagher could face a maximum sentence of four months’ imprisonment, but has already served nine months in pre-trial confinement, Al Jazeera reports.
Syria has stated that Israel is committing “state terrorism” after Israeli air strikes killed at least 15 people late Sunday. “Israeli authorities are increasingly practising state terrorism,” the foreign ministry said yesterday in a statement broadcast by the official S.A.N.A. news agency, adding “the latest heinous Israeli aggression falls within the framework of ongoing Israeli attempts to prolong the crisis in Syria,” Al Jazeera reports.
“With the U.S. continuing its drawdown in Syria … the Islamic State could return stronger than ever unless other nations step in,” Lara Seligman writes at Foreign Policy, commenting on recent expert reports.
The KOREAN PENINSULA
South Korea announced today it sacked an army commander and reprimanded other senior officers after a North Korean fishing boat went undetected in South Korean waters for more than two days last month. The incident has raised concerns about potential lapses in Seoul’s security, during fragile talks to end a technical state of war on the Peninsula, Reuters reports.
“A bromance between the dictator and the president may make only for good theatre,” Victor Cha argues in an Op-Ed at NBC, following the third meeting between U.S. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Sunday at the demilitarized zone (D.M.Z.) dividing the two Koreas.
In both his meeting with Kim and at the G.20 summit Trump “boxed himself in,” Michael J. Green comments at Foreign Policy, writing that all Trump settled at the D.M.Z. was “the same deal Washington and Pyongyang reached in 1994—except that Yongbyon [nuclear facility] is now equipped with nuclear capabilities the North was never supposed to have and the sanctions rollback on the table is more extensive.”
“North Korea experts are divided over whether international acceptance will embolden…  Kim to indulge his worst behaviors … or … lead him in the other direction,” Max Fisher writes at the New York Times in an in-depth exploration of Washington-Pyongyang relations and the North’s domestic politics.
CHINA AND HONG KONG
The Chinese government yesterday condemned the pro-democracy protesters who stormed the legislature Monday – labeling the group as “extreme radicals” who engaged in an illegal act “that tramples on the rule of law and jeopardizes social order.” The comments were made by China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang, Alexandra Stevenson and Javier C. Hernández report at the New York Times.
Geng also dismissed the possibility for any foreign involvement in the protests, commenting that other nations “must not support any violent criminals in any form, and not send any misleading signals or take any erroneous actions,” Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.
Chinese state newspaper the Global Times has stated that “zero-tolerance” is the only suitableresponse to the mass demonstrations in Hong Kong. “Out of blind arrogance and rage, protestors showed a complete disregard for law and order,” the newspaper commented, adding “Chinese society is all too aware that a zero-tolerance policy is the only remedy for such destructive behavior witnessed … otherwise, and without this policy, it would be similar to opening a Pandora’s Box;” the comments were published in an editorial by the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily, Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.
A Chinese army-connected newspaper posted photos of a week-old military drill in Hong Kong – a move that has been labeled a “warning” to Beijing’s critics following the recent trend of anti-government protests. Analysts explain that the People’s Liberation Army (P.L.A.) normally “keeps a low profile” and the unit’s routine military exercises “have not attracted much attention in the past,” AFP reports.
The U.S. military has confirmed that China test-fired at least one anti-ship missile in past days in the South China Sea. Spokesperson Lt. Col. Dave Eastburn yesterday stated that “the Pentagon was aware of the Chinese missile launch from the man-made structures in the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands,” Brad Lendon reports at CNN.
An analysis of Hong Kong’s “evolving protest movement” and the recent protests is provided by Daniel Victor at the New York Times.
A look at how the “leaderless” protestors stormed Hong Kong’s parliament – including using “makeshift shields” and “inventive hand signals” – is provided by AFP.
“China isn’t above using gangs to stir trouble … including violence … to make Hong Kong demonstrators look bad,” the Wall Street Journal editorial board argues, commenting that the country “will use public disorder against the cause of local autonomy.”
“When it comes to Hong Kong politics … the rules of the game … even the point of the game … are constantly being redrawn,” Louisa Lim writes at the New York Times, commenting on the recent break-in by protestors of the region’s legislative building.
Notwithstanding Trump’s recent calls for a ceasefire – Huawei “continues to fight a rearguard action against long standing suspicions that swirl around its links to China’s security state,” James Kynge, Yuan Yang and Sue-Lin Wong argue at the Financial Times.
YEMEN AND The KINGDOM
The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) is aiming to pull most of its forces out of the Saudi-led coalition against Iran-aligned Shi’ite Houthi rebels in Yemen, extricating itself from the four-year war. In recent weeks, Abu Dhabi has reportedly begun pulling tanks and attack helicopters out of the country, also withdrawing hundreds of soldiers from the Red Sea coast including from the strategic port city of Hodeidah, Dion Nissenbaum reports at the Wall Street Journal.
U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions Agnes Callamard has called on world powers to reconsider holding the next G.20 summit in Saudi Arabia. In her report published last month, Callamard found “credible evidence” linking the kingdom’s Crown Prince and de facto ruler Mohammed bin Salman to the killing of Washington Post columnist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi; “political accountability for Mr Khashoggi will mean that [the G.20] doesn’t happen or it’s moved elsewhere,” Callamard said at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Al Jazeera reports.
RUSSIA
Russia’s defense ministry announced yesterday that fourteen Russian seamen have died in a fire on a research submarine, with local media reporting that the vessel was a secretive nuclear-powered mini-submarine. The ministry said the 14 crew were killed  Monday by inhaling poisonous fumes after a fire broke out on a “scientific research deep-sea submersible” studying sea floor terrain in Russia’s territorial waters in the far north; Russian officials have offered little more information about the ship or the circumstances of the incident, AFP reports.
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to support Ukraine in the wake of Russian “aggression,” after meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Toronto yesterday. “In the wake of Russian aggression and attempts to undermine Ukraine’s sovereignty, including the illegal annexation of Crimea, it’s all the more important for countries like Canada to stand alongside its partner,” Trudeau stated during a press conference, Al Jazeera reports.
The TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
House Democrats yesterday sued the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) for access to President Trump’s tax returns, marking the start of a legal battle over Trump’s efforts to keep his taxes secret, Brian Faler reports at POLITICO.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) filed the lawsuit in federal court to enforce a subpoena for the records rejected in May by the Trump administration. “In refusing to comply with the statute, Defendants have mounted an extraordinary attack on the authority of Congress to obtain information needed to conduct oversight of Treasury, the I.R.S., and the tax laws on behalf of the American people,” Democrats argued in the suit, Nicholas Fandos and Charlie Savage report at the New York Times.
“We will respond to this latest effort at presidential harassment in court,” Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow commented in response to the suit, Richard Rubin reports at the Wall Street Journal.
IMMIGRATION AND BORDER SECURITY
The Trump administration will move forward with printing the 2020 census without a citizenship question, a Department of Justice (D.O.J.) spokesperson announced yesterday. The Supreme Court last week blocked the administration from adding the question, with Chief Justice Roberts ruling that it had not provided a sufficient rationale for including it in the census, Hallie Jackson and Dartunorro Clark report at NBC.
The decision represents a major defeat for the Trump administration. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross confirmed the development, stating: “I respect the Supreme Court but strongly disagree with its ruling regarding my decision to reinstate a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. … my focus, and that of the bureau and the entire department, is to conduct a complete and accurate census,” Ted Hesson reports at POLITICO.
The Department of Homeland Security’s (D.H.S.) Office of Inspector General is warning about “dangerous overcrowding” in Border Patrol facilities in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. The inspector general found in a report that the prolonged detention of migrants without proper food, hygiene or laundry facilities requires “immediate attention and action,” with the report published amid growing concern over detention conditions for migrants, Joel Rose and John Burnett report at NPR.
The number of unaccompanied migrant children in Border Patrol custody has dropped from 2,350 on May 30 to under 300 as of yesterday, according to an internal D.H.S. document obtained by N.B.C. News. The decrease is largely due to the overall decline in undocumented immigrants crossing the border in June compared to May, Julia Ainsley reports at NBC.
The administration’s attempt to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census was a “disastrous exercise … from start to finish,” Aaron Blake comments at the Washington Post, adding that “throwing in the towel now without trying to get the case back in front of the Supreme Court suggests it knows it either wasn’t worth the prospect of a loss or was a losing case, period.”
“The 5-4 census case and other moves in the recently completed session demonstrated Roberts’ new variability in fraught cases,” Joan Biskupic comments at CNN.
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS                                                                                                     
An analysis of why Israel’s generals are “taking on Netanyahu” is provided by Neri Zilber at Foreign Policy, who comments that “almost all of them believe the prime minister is destroying Israel’s democratic values and sacrificing the Zionist dream by avoiding a two-state solution.”
A look at whether U.S. national security adviser John Bolton may be “losing influence” with the president is provided by Dan De Luce and Carol E. Lee at NBC.
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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.

IRAN                                                     

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani today issued a warning to Europe that Tehran will “take the next step” in increasing its uranium enrichment by Sunday. “If you want to express regret and issue a statement, you can do it now,” Rouhani said in comments carried by the state broadcaster, increasing pressure on European powers to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. withdrew from last year, AP reports.

Rouhani’s comments came after Iran breached the 300 kilogram (660 pound) limit for low-enriched uranium allowed under the deal Monday. That development did not put Iran significantly closer to holding enough high-enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon, whereas increasing uranium enrichment levels could, Loveday Morris reports at the Washington Post.

“In any amount that we want, any amount that is required … we will take over 3.67,” Rouhani said, in reference to the 3.67% limit set by the 2015 accord – enough for nuclear power plants but far below the 90% needed for weapons. “Our advice to Europe and the United States is to go back to logic and to the negotiating table … go back to understanding, to respecting the law and resolutions of the U.N. Security Council … under those conditions, all of us can abide by the nuclear deal,” Rouhani added. Jon Gambrell and Nasser Karimi report at the AP.

Iranian prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for several individuals accused of spying for the U.S., Iran’s spokesperson for the judiciary Gholamhossein Esmaili announced yesterday. Suspected U.S. spies affiliated with the Iranian military are due to be sentenced to death due to of the “severity of their crimes,” Esmaili said on state television, adding that two other suspects who are also accused of spying for Washington but not affiliated with the military have received “long” jail sentences,  Ali Arouzi and Saphora Smith report at NBC.

Israel is preparing for its possible military involvement in any escalation in the Gulf confrontation between Iran and the U.S., Israeli foreign minister Israel Katz said yesterday. Katz told an international security forum the Herzliya Conference that Iran might accidentally stumble out of what he termed the “gray zone” of contained confrontation, and so “we must be prepared for this, and thus the State of Israel continues to devote itself to building up its military might for the event that it will have to respond to escalation scenarios,” Reuters reports.

“The emotional responses belie the fact that the uranium stockpile limit is a relatively minor detail of the nuclear agreement — some experts would even argue it is an insignificant one” Adam Taylor explains in an analysis at the Washington Post, noting that nonetheless “its potential diplomatic impact should not be underestimated.”

It should not come as a surprise if Iranian leaders step up “their belligerent actions in the region and the nuclear arena if the U.S. continues to asphyxiate their economy and issue military threats,” Gérard Araud and Ali Vaez comment at Foreign Policy, characterizing Tehran’s strategy as a “calculated effort” to rally European leaders around the deal rather than a provocation.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s most urgent priority “is provoking a crisis to imbue European leaders with fear of war and economic disruption,” Michael Doran reports at the Wall Street Journal.

An account of “the complex brinkmanship behind Iran’s nuclear response,” is provided by Andrew England at the Financial Times.

A “factbox” on the likelihood of – and process for – the re-imposition of U.N. sanctions on Iran is provided at Reuters.

LIBYA

At least 40 people were killed and 80 more wounded after an air strike hit a detention center in a Tripoli suburb late yesterday. The center, which is located next to a military camp in the eastern suburb of Tajoura, houses more than 600 people, Reuters reports.

The death toll represents the highest single day casualty from an air strike or shooting since Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled eastern Libyan National Army (L.N.A.) launched an offensive in April, the Guardian reports.

The U.N.-recognized Government of National Accord (G.N.A.) has blamed Haftar and the L.N.A. for the airstrike. “This crime came after the statements of the air force commander of Haftar’s Libyan National Army, Muhammad al-Manfour, and therefore it is he who bears its legal and moral responsibility,” Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha told al-Wasat state radio, Al Jazeera reports.

The G.N.A. denounced the “horrific crime” stating that the airstrike on the center had been intentional and amounted to a “war crime.” The statement added “we ask the international community through the African Union, European Union and (other) organizations to take a firm and clear stance against these continued violations,” Chandler Thornton, Mohammed Elshamy and Ben Westcott report at CNN.

Head of the African Union Moussa Faki Mahamat has called for an independent investigation into the airstrike, stating those responsible for the “horrific crime” should be held to account. Mahamat also requested an “immediate cease-fire” in Tripoli, the AP reports.

The U.N. refugee agency (U.N.H.C.R.) has said it is “extremely concerned about the news of the airstrikes targeting the Tajoura detention center … and accounts of refugees and migrants deceased,” in a message sent on its official Twitter, adding “civilians should never be a target.” AFP reports.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is demanding the State Department investigate reported transfers of U.S. weapons from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to militants in Libya. Menendez wrote to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, requesting that the department to open a probe after a New York Times report that U.S. arms – initially sold to the U.A.E. – were found in a Libyan rebel compound, Jordain Carney reports at the Hill.

The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) yesterday dismissed reports that it had provided a Libyan army group with American-made missiles, following Menendez’s announcement. In its statement, the U.A.E.’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Abu Dhabi reiterated its commitment to the U.N. Security Council’s arms ban on Libya, adding “the U.A.E. also urges all parties to de-escalate tensions and to re-engage in the U.N.’s political process,” Declan Walsh reports at the New York Times.

SYRIA AND ISLAMIC STATE GROUP

U.S. Navy Seal and Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher was yesterday found not guilty of killing a young Islamic State group prisoner in Iraq, but was convicted of posing with the teenager’s corpse. Gallagher – who was accused of stabbing the injured 17-year-old to death and “randomly shooting Iraqi civilians” – was also acquitted of further murder charges yesterday, the BBC reports.

The jury found Gallagher “not guilty of murder …  not guilty of stabbing … not guilty of shooting … not guilty of all those things … they found him guilty of taking a photograph,” Gallagher’s lawyer Timothy Parlatore told journalists outside the San Diego military court. Gallagher could face a maximum sentence of four months’ imprisonment, but has already served nine months in pre-trial confinement, Al Jazeera reports.

Syria has stated that Israel is committing “state terrorism” after Israeli air strikes killed at least 15 people late Sunday. “Israeli authorities are increasingly practising state terrorism,” the foreign ministry said yesterday in a statement broadcast by the official S.A.N.A. news agency, adding “the latest heinous Israeli aggression falls within the framework of ongoing Israeli attempts to prolong the crisis in Syria,” Al Jazeera reports.

“With the U.S. continuing its drawdown in Syria … the Islamic State could return stronger than ever unless other nations step in,” Lara Seligman writes at Foreign Policy, commenting on recent expert reports.

The KOREAN PENINSULA

South Korea announced today it sacked an army commander and reprimanded other senior officers after a North Korean fishing boat went undetected in South Korean waters for more than two days last month. The incident has raised concerns about potential lapses in Seoul’s security, during fragile talks to end a technical state of war on the Peninsula, Reuters reports.

“A bromance between the dictator and the president may make only for good theatre,” Victor Cha argues in an Op-Ed at NBC, following the third meeting between U.S. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Sunday at the demilitarized zone (D.M.Z.) dividing the two Koreas.

In both his meeting with Kim and at the G.20 summit Trump “boxed himself in,” Michael J. Green comments at Foreign Policy, writing that all Trump settled at the D.M.Z. was “the same deal Washington and Pyongyang reached in 1994—except that Yongbyon [nuclear facility] is now equipped with nuclear capabilities the North was never supposed to have and the sanctions rollback on the table is more extensive.”

“North Korea experts are divided over whether international acceptance will embolden…  Kim to indulge his worst behaviors … or … lead him in the other direction,” Max Fisher writes at the New York Times in an in-depth exploration of Washington-Pyongyang relations and the North’s domestic politics.

CHINA AND HONG KONG

The Chinese government yesterday condemned the pro-democracy protesters who stormed the legislature Monday – labeling the group as “extreme radicals” who engaged in an illegal act “that tramples on the rule of law and jeopardizes social order.” The comments were made by China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang, Alexandra Stevenson and Javier C. Hernández report at the New York Times.

Geng also dismissed the possibility for any foreign involvement in the protests, commenting that other nations “must not support any violent criminals in any form, and not send any misleading signals or take any erroneous actions,” Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.

Chinese state newspaper the Global Times has stated that “zero-tolerance” is the only suitable response to the mass demonstrations in Hong Kong. “Out of blind arrogance and rage, protestors showed a complete disregard for law and order,” the newspaper commented, adding “Chinese society is all too aware that a zero-tolerance policy is the only remedy for such destructive behavior witnessed … otherwise, and without this policy, it would be similar to opening a Pandora’s Box;” the comments were published in an editorial by the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily, Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.

A Chinese army-connected newspaper posted photos of a week-old military drill in Hong Kong – a move that has been labeled a “warning” to Beijing’s critics following the recent trend of anti-government protests. Analysts explain that the People’s Liberation Army (P.L.A.) normally “keeps a low profile” and the unit’s routine military exercises “have not attracted much attention in the past,” AFP reports.

The U.S. military has confirmed that China test-fired at least one anti-ship missile in past days in the South China Sea. Spokesperson Lt. Col. Dave Eastburn yesterday stated that “the Pentagon was aware of the Chinese missile launch from the man-made structures in the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands,” Brad Lendon reports at CNN.

An analysis of Hong Kong’s “evolving protest movement” and the recent protests is provided by Daniel Victor at the New York Times.

A look at how the “leaderless” protestors stormed Hong Kong’s parliament – including using “makeshift shields” and “inventive hand signals” – is provided by AFP.

“China isn’t above using gangs to stir trouble … including violence … to make Hong Kong demonstrators look bad,” the Wall Street Journal editorial board argues, commenting that the country “will use public disorder against the cause of local autonomy.”

“When it comes to Hong Kong politics … the rules of the game … even the point of the game … are constantly being redrawn,” Louisa Lim writes at the New York Times, commenting on the recent break-in by protestors of the region’s legislative building.

Notwithstanding Trump’s recent calls for a ceasefire – Huawei “continues to fight a rearguard action against long standing suspicions that swirl around its links to China’s security state,” James Kynge, Yuan Yang and Sue-Lin Wong argue at the Financial Times.

YEMEN AND The KINGDOM

The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) is aiming to pull most of its forces out of the Saudi-led coalition against Iran-aligned Shi’ite Houthi rebels in Yemen, extricating itself from the four-year war. In recent weeks, Abu Dhabi has reportedly begun pulling tanks and attack helicopters out of the country, also withdrawing hundreds of soldiers from the Red Sea coast including from the strategic port city of Hodeidah, Dion Nissenbaum reports at the Wall Street Journal.

U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions Agnes Callamard has called on world powers to reconsider holding the next G.20 summit in Saudi Arabia. In her report published last month, Callamard found “credible evidence” linking the kingdom’s Crown Prince and de facto ruler Mohammed bin Salman to the killing of Washington Post columnist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi; “political accountability for Mr Khashoggi will mean that [the G.20] doesn’t happen or it’s moved elsewhere,” Callamard said at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Al Jazeera reports.

RUSSIA

Russia’s defense ministry announced yesterday that fourteen Russian seamen have died in a fire on a research submarine, with local media reporting that the vessel was a secretive nuclear-powered mini-submarine. The ministry said the 14 crew were killed  Monday by inhaling poisonous fumes after a fire broke out on a “scientific research deep-sea submersible” studying sea floor terrain in Russia’s territorial waters in the far north; Russian officials have offered little more information about the ship or the circumstances of the incident, AFP reports.

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to support Ukraine in the wake of Russian “aggression,” after meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Toronto yesterday. “In the wake of Russian aggression and attempts to undermine Ukraine’s sovereignty, including the illegal annexation of Crimea, it’s all the more important for countries like Canada to stand alongside its partner,” Trudeau stated during a press conference, Al Jazeera reports.

The TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

House Democrats yesterday sued the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) for access to President Trump’s tax returns, marking the start of a legal battle over Trump’s efforts to keep his taxes secret, Brian Faler reports at POLITICO.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) filed the lawsuit in federal court to enforce a subpoena for the records rejected in May by the Trump administration. “In refusing to comply with the statute, Defendants have mounted an extraordinary attack on the authority of Congress to obtain information needed to conduct oversight of Treasury, the I.R.S., and the tax laws on behalf of the American people,” Democrats argued in the suit, Nicholas Fandos and Charlie Savage report at the New York Times.

“We will respond to this latest effort at presidential harassment in court,” Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow commented in response to the suit, Richard Rubin reports at the Wall Street Journal.

IMMIGRATION AND BORDER SECURITY

The Trump administration will move forward with printing the 2020 census without a citizenship question, a Department of Justice (D.O.J.) spokesperson announced yesterday. The Supreme Court last week blocked the administration from adding the question, with Chief Justice Roberts ruling that it had not provided a sufficient rationale for including it in the census, Hallie Jackson and Dartunorro Clark report at NBC.

The decision represents a major defeat for the Trump administration. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross confirmed the development, stating: “I respect the Supreme Court but strongly disagree with its ruling regarding my decision to reinstate a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. … my focus, and that of the bureau and the entire department, is to conduct a complete and accurate census,” Ted Hesson reports at POLITICO.

The Department of Homeland Security’s (D.H.S.) Office of Inspector General is warning about “dangerous overcrowding” in Border Patrol facilities in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. The inspector general found in a report that the prolonged detention of migrants without proper food, hygiene or laundry facilities requires “immediate attention and action,” with the report published amid growing concern over detention conditions for migrants, Joel Rose and John Burnett report at NPR.

The number of unaccompanied migrant children in Border Patrol custody has dropped from 2,350 on May 30 to under 300 as of yesterday, according to an internal D.H.S. document obtained by N.B.C. News. The decrease is largely due to the overall decline in undocumented immigrants crossing the border in June compared to May, Julia Ainsley reports at NBC.

The administration’s attempt to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census was a “disastrous exercise … from start to finish,” Aaron Blake comments at the Washington Post, adding that “throwing in the towel now without trying to get the case back in front of the Supreme Court suggests it knows it either wasn’t worth the prospect of a loss or was a losing case, period.”

“The 5-4 census case and other moves in the recently completed session demonstrated Roberts’ new variability in fraught cases,” Joan Biskupic comments at CNN.

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS                                                                                                     

An analysis of why Israel’s generals are “taking on Netanyahu” is provided by Neri Zilber at Foreign Policy, who comments that “almost all of them believe the prime minister is destroying Israel’s democratic values and sacrificing the Zionist dream by avoiding a two-state solution.”

A look at whether U.S. national security adviser John Bolton may be “losing influence” with the president is provided by Dan De Luce and Carol E. Lee at NBC.

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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.

IRAN                                                     

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani today issued a warning to Europe that Tehran will “take the next step” in increasing its uranium enrichment by Sunday. “If you want to express regret and issue a statement, you can do it now,” Rouhani said in comments carried by the state broadcaster, increasing pressure on European powers to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. withdrew from last year, AP reports.

Rouhani’s comments came after Iran breached the 300 kilogram (660 pound) limit for low-enriched uranium allowed under the deal Monday. That development did not put Iran significantly closer to holding enough high-enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon, whereas increasing uranium enrichment levels could, Loveday Morris reports at the Washington Post.

“In any amount that we want, any amount that is required … we will take over 3.67,” Rouhani said, in reference to the 3.67% limit set by the 2015 accord – enough for nuclear power plants but far below the 90% needed for weapons. “Our advice to Europe and the United States is to go back to logic and to the negotiating table … go back to understanding, to respecting the law and resolutions of the U.N. Security Council … under those conditions, all of us can abide by the nuclear deal,” Rouhani added. Jon Gambrell and Nasser Karimi report at the AP.

Iranian prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for several individuals accused of spying for the U.S., Iran’s spokesperson for the judiciary Gholamhossein Esmaili announced yesterday. Suspected U.S. spies affiliated with the Iranian military are due to be sentenced to death due to of the “severity of their crimes,” Esmaili said on state television, adding that two other suspects who are also accused of spying for Washington but not affiliated with the military have received “long” jail sentences,  Ali Arouzi and Saphora Smith report at NBC.

Israel is preparing for its possible military involvement in any escalation in the Gulf confrontation between Iran and the U.S., Israeli foreign minister Israel Katz said yesterday. Katz told an international security forum the Herzliya Conference that Iran might accidentally stumble out of what he termed the “gray zone” of contained confrontation, and so “we must be prepared for this, and thus the State of Israel continues to devote itself to building up its military might for the event that it will have to respond to escalation scenarios,” Reuters reports.

“The emotional responses belie the fact that the uranium stockpile limit is a relatively minor detail of the nuclear agreement — some experts would even argue it is an insignificant one” Adam Taylor explains in an analysis at the Washington Post, noting that nonetheless “its potential diplomatic impact should not be underestimated.”

It should not come as a surprise if Iranian leaders step up “their belligerent actions in the region and the nuclear arena if the U.S. continues to asphyxiate their economy and issue military threats,” Gérard Araud and Ali Vaez comment at Foreign Policy, characterizing Tehran’s strategy as a “calculated effort” to rally European leaders around the deal rather than a provocation.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s most urgent priority “is provoking a crisis to imbue European leaders with fear of war and economic disruption,” Michael Doran reports at the Wall Street Journal.

An account of “the complex brinkmanship behind Iran’s nuclear response,” is provided by Andrew England at the Financial Times.

A “factbox” on the likelihood of – and process for – the re-imposition of U.N. sanctions on Iran is provided at Reuters.

LIBYA

At least 40 people were killed and 80 more wounded after an air strike hit a detention center in a Tripoli suburb late yesterday. The center, which is located next to a military camp in the eastern suburb of Tajoura, houses more than 600 people, Reuters reports.

The death toll represents the highest single day casualty from an air strike or shooting since Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled eastern Libyan National Army (L.N.A.) launched an offensive in April, the Guardian reports.

The U.N.-recognized Government of National Accord (G.N.A.) has blamed Haftar and the L.N.A. for the airstrike. “This crime came after the statements of the air force commander of Haftar’s Libyan National Army, Muhammad al-Manfour, and therefore it is he who bears its legal and moral responsibility,” Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha told al-Wasat state radio, Al Jazeera reports.

The G.N.A. denounced the “horrific crime” stating that the airstrike on the center had been intentional and amounted to a “war crime.” The statement added “we ask the international community through the African Union, European Union and (other) organizations to take a firm and clear stance against these continued violations,” Chandler Thornton, Mohammed Elshamy and Ben Westcott report at CNN.

Head of the African Union Moussa Faki Mahamat has called for an independent investigation into the airstrike, stating those responsible for the “horrific crime” should be held to account. Mahamat also requested an “immediate cease-fire” in Tripoli, the AP reports.

The U.N. refugee agency (U.N.H.C.R.) has said it is “extremely concerned about the news of the airstrikes targeting the Tajoura detention center … and accounts of refugees and migrants deceased,” in a message sent on its official Twitter, adding “civilians should never be a target.” AFP reports.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is demanding the State Department investigate reported transfers of U.S. weapons from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to militants in Libya. Menendez wrote to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, requesting that the department to open a probe after a New York Times report that U.S. arms – initially sold to the U.A.E. – were found in a Libyan rebel compound, Jordain Carney reports at the Hill.

The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) yesterday dismissed reports that it had provided a Libyan army group with American-made missiles, following Menendez’s announcement. In its statement, the U.A.E.’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Abu Dhabi reiterated its commitment to the U.N. Security Council’s arms ban on Libya, adding “the U.A.E. also urges all parties to de-escalate tensions and to re-engage in the U.N.’s political process,” Declan Walsh reports at the New York Times.

SYRIA AND ISLAMIC STATE GROUP

U.S. Navy Seal and Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher was yesterday found not guilty of killing a young Islamic State group prisoner in Iraq, but was convicted of posing with the teenager’s corpse. Gallagher – who was accused of stabbing the injured 17-year-old to death and “randomly shooting Iraqi civilians” – was also acquitted of further murder charges yesterday, the BBC reports.

The jury found Gallagher “not guilty of murder …  not guilty of stabbing … not guilty of shooting … not guilty of all those things … they found him guilty of taking a photograph,” Gallagher’s lawyer Timothy Parlatore told journalists outside the San Diego military court. Gallagher could face a maximum sentence of four months’ imprisonment, but has already served nine months in pre-trial confinement, Al Jazeera reports.

Syria has stated that Israel is committing “state terrorism” after Israeli air strikes killed at least 15 people late Sunday. “Israeli authorities are increasingly practising state terrorism,” the foreign ministry said yesterday in a statement broadcast by the official S.A.N.A. news agency, adding “the latest heinous Israeli aggression falls within the framework of ongoing Israeli attempts to prolong the crisis in Syria,” Al Jazeera reports.

“With the U.S. continuing its drawdown in Syria … the Islamic State could return stronger than ever unless other nations step in,” Lara Seligman writes at Foreign Policy, commenting on recent expert reports.

The KOREAN PENINSULA

South Korea announced today it sacked an army commander and reprimanded other senior officers after a North Korean fishing boat went undetected in South Korean waters for more than two days last month. The incident has raised concerns about potential lapses in Seoul’s security, during fragile talks to end a technical state of war on the Peninsula, Reuters reports.

“A bromance between the dictator and the president may make only for good theatre,” Victor Cha argues in an Op-Ed at NBC, following the third meeting between U.S. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Sunday at the demilitarized zone (D.M.Z.) dividing the two Koreas.

In both his meeting with Kim and at the G.20 summit Trump “boxed himself in,” Michael J. Green comments at Foreign Policy, writing that all Trump settled at the D.M.Z. was “the same deal Washington and Pyongyang reached in 1994—except that Yongbyon [nuclear facility] is now equipped with nuclear capabilities the North was never supposed to have and the sanctions rollback on the table is more extensive.”

“North Korea experts are divided over whether international acceptance will embolden…  Kim to indulge his worst behaviors … or … lead him in the other direction,” Max Fisher writes at the New York Times in an in-depth exploration of Washington-Pyongyang relations and the North’s domestic politics.

CHINA AND HONG KONG

The Chinese government yesterday condemned the pro-democracy protesters who stormed the legislature Monday – labeling the group as “extreme radicals” who engaged in an illegal act “that tramples on the rule of law and jeopardizes social order.” The comments were made by China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang, Alexandra Stevenson and Javier C. Hernández report at the New York Times.

Geng also dismissed the possibility for any foreign involvement in the protests, commenting that other nations “must not support any violent criminals in any form, and not send any misleading signals or take any erroneous actions,” Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.

Chinese state newspaper the Global Times has stated that “zero-tolerance” is the only suitable response to the mass demonstrations in Hong Kong. “Out of blind arrogance and rage, protestors showed a complete disregard for law and order,” the newspaper commented, adding “Chinese society is all too aware that a zero-tolerance policy is the only remedy for such destructive behavior witnessed … otherwise, and without this policy, it would be similar to opening a Pandora’s Box;” the comments were published in an editorial by the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily, Chris Mills Rodrigo reports at the Hill.

A Chinese army-connected newspaper posted photos of a week-old military drill in Hong Kong – a move that has been labeled a “warning” to Beijing’s critics following the recent trend of anti-government protests. Analysts explain that the People’s Liberation Army (P.L.A.) normally “keeps a low profile” and the unit’s routine military exercises “have not attracted much attention in the past,” AFP reports.

The U.S. military has confirmed that China test-fired at least one anti-ship missile in past days in the South China Sea. Spokesperson Lt. Col. Dave Eastburn yesterday stated that “the Pentagon was aware of the Chinese missile launch from the man-made structures in the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands,” Brad Lendon reports at CNN.

An analysis of Hong Kong’s “evolving protest movement” and the recent protests is provided by Daniel Victor at the New York Times.

A look at how the “leaderless” protestors stormed Hong Kong’s parliament – including using “makeshift shields” and “inventive hand signals” – is provided by AFP.

“China isn’t above using gangs to stir trouble … including violence … to make Hong Kong demonstrators look bad,” the Wall Street Journal editorial board argues, commenting that the country “will use public disorder against the cause of local autonomy.”

“When it comes to Hong Kong politics … the rules of the game … even the point of the game … are constantly being redrawn,” Louisa Lim writes at the New York Times, commenting on the recent break-in by protestors of the region’s legislative building.

Notwithstanding Trump’s recent calls for a ceasefire – Huawei “continues to fight a rearguard action against long standing suspicions that swirl around its links to China’s security state,” James Kynge, Yuan Yang and Sue-Lin Wong argue at the Financial Times.

YEMEN AND The KINGDOM

The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) is aiming to pull most of its forces out of the Saudi-led coalition against Iran-aligned Shi’ite Houthi rebels in Yemen, extricating itself from the four-year war. In recent weeks, Abu Dhabi has reportedly begun pulling tanks and attack helicopters out of the country, also withdrawing hundreds of soldiers from the Red Sea coast including from the strategic port city of Hodeidah, Dion Nissenbaum reports at the Wall Street Journal.

U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions Agnes Callamard has called on world powers to reconsider holding the next G.20 summit in Saudi Arabia. In her report published last month, Callamard found “credible evidence” linking the kingdom’s Crown Prince and de facto ruler Mohammed bin Salman to the killing of Washington Post columnist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi; “political accountability for Mr Khashoggi will mean that [the G.20] doesn’t happen or it’s moved elsewhere,” Callamard said at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Al Jazeera reports.

RUSSIA

Russia’s defense ministry announced yesterday that fourteen Russian seamen have died in a fire on a research submarine, with local media reporting that the vessel was a secretive nuclear-powered mini-submarine. The ministry said the 14 crew were killed  Monday by inhaling poisonous fumes after a fire broke out on a “scientific research deep-sea submersible” studying sea floor terrain in Russia’s territorial waters in the far north; Russian officials have offered little more information about the ship or the circumstances of the incident, AFP reports.

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to support Ukraine in the wake of Russian “aggression,” after meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Toronto yesterday. “In the wake of Russian aggression and attempts to undermine Ukraine’s sovereignty, including the illegal annexation of Crimea, it’s all the more important for countries like Canada to stand alongside its partner,” Trudeau stated during a press conference, Al Jazeera reports.

The TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

House Democrats yesterday sued the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) for access to President Trump’s tax returns, marking the start of a legal battle over Trump’s efforts to keep his taxes secret, Brian Faler reports at POLITICO.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) filed the lawsuit in federal court to enforce a subpoena for the records rejected in May by the Trump administration. “In refusing to comply with the statute, Defendants have mounted an extraordinary attack on the authority of Congress to obtain information needed to conduct oversight of Treasury, the I.R.S., and the tax laws on behalf of the American people,” Democrats argued in the suit, Nicholas Fandos and Charlie Savage report at the New York Times.

“We will respond to this latest effort at presidential harassment in court,” Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow commented in response to the suit, Richard Rubin reports at the Wall Street Journal.

IMMIGRATION AND BORDER SECURITY

The Trump administration will move forward with printing the 2020 census without a citizenship question, a Department of Justice (D.O.J.) spokesperson announced yesterday. The Supreme Court last week blocked the administration from adding the question, with Chief Justice Roberts ruling that it had not provided a sufficient rationale for including it in the census, Hallie Jackson and Dartunorro Clark report at NBC.

The decision represents a major defeat for the Trump administration. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross confirmed the development, stating: “I respect the Supreme Court but strongly disagree with its ruling regarding my decision to reinstate a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. … my focus, and that of the bureau and the entire department, is to conduct a complete and accurate census,” Ted Hesson reports at POLITICO.

The Department of Homeland Security’s (D.H.S.) Office of Inspector General is warning about “dangerous overcrowding” in Border Patrol facilities in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. The inspector general found in a report that the prolonged detention of migrants without proper food, hygiene or laundry facilities requires “immediate attention and action,” with the report published amid growing concern over detention conditions for migrants, Joel Rose and John Burnett report at NPR.

The number of unaccompanied migrant children in Border Patrol custody has dropped from 2,350 on May 30 to under 300 as of yesterday, according to an internal D.H.S. document obtained by N.B.C. News. The decrease is largely due to the overall decline in undocumented immigrants crossing the border in June compared to May, Julia Ainsley reports at NBC.

The administration’s attempt to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census was a “disastrous exercise … from start to finish,” Aaron Blake comments at the Washington Post, adding that “throwing in the towel now without trying to get the case back in front of the Supreme Court suggests it knows it either wasn’t worth the prospect of a loss or was a losing case, period.”

“The 5-4 census case and other moves in the recently completed session demonstrated Roberts’ new variability in fraught cases,” Joan Biskupic comments at CNN.

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS                                                                                                     

An analysis of why Israel’s generals are “taking on Netanyahu” is provided by Neri Zilber at Foreign Policy, who comments that “almost all of them believe the prime minister is destroying Israel’s democratic values and sacrificing the Zionist dream by avoiding a two-state solution.”

A look at whether U.S. national security adviser John Bolton may be “losing influence” with the president is provided by Dan De Luce and Carol E. Lee at NBC.

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