The head of a Belarusian resistance group said 200,000 people have already registered to help establish barricades and traffic jams in preparation for an impending coup.
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The hackers targeted several European officials, potentially gaining access to their phones’ microphones, cameras, and other applications.
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A former Houthi member offered a stark warning to the U.S. after weeks of failed efforts to thwart attacks from the Iran-backed group.
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