They discovered the messages from bin Salman including one which they say likely led to a trove of data being taken from his phone. It was sent in May 2018 and showed a Saudi flag and a Swedish flag with Arabic writing across it. … [Read more...] about Who else did the Saudis hack on WhatsApp? UN warns world leaders at Davos over dangers of swapping details with Saudi officials after Crown Prince MBS hacked Jeff Bezos phone
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The National Immigration Institute issued a statement saying it would detain any migrants in the country illegally, hold them in detention centers and deport those who did not legalize their status. Any who made it through and continued north could expect a gauntlet of highway checkpoints. … [Read more...] about More than 200 Central American migrants escape from detention facility in Mexico after crossing the border from Guatemala – while troops trap hundreds more in ‘no man’s land’ on river banks as caravan tries to make its way to the U.S.
When he was alerted to Karen McDougal - a former playmate who said she was going to go public with her claims about an affair with Trump - he coordinated a 'catch and kill' plan to buy her story and bury it. When Stormy Daniels said she too would go public, Pecker told Trump's campaign. … [Read more...] about Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating the National Enquirer and how it got nude photos of Jeff Bezos, as the UN calls on the US to begin a probe into the Saudi WhatsApp hack
In his online article from February 2019, Mr Bezos accused the Enquirer and its owner of 'extortion and blackmail', claiming the company had threatened to publish graphic photos of him – including what he memorably called a 'below-the-belt selfie' – if he didn't affirm publicly that political considerations had nothing to do with its reporting of his affair. … [Read more...] about Bezos’s swipe at crown prince over hacking scandal: Amazon boss tweets poignant #Jamal image as reminder of journalist Khashoggi’s murder at hands of Saudi Arabia amid claims Mohammed bin Salman hacked his phone in ‘intimidation campaign’
Nor did it have anything to say about human rights, an issue that was driven home to us journalists when one of our number, the Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian, and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, were arrested in July 2014. A few days earlier we had gone for a pizza in Vienna, and he was talking enthusiastically about Tehran and Iranian food. He was held for 544 days on absurd charges of espionage. … [Read more...] about Reporting on the Iran nuclear deal: ‘nothing happens until everything happens’