04 November 2022 Security News
Other Security News
COVID-19 Pandemic News
Other Security News
- US Security Officials Warn Lone Actors Likely the Biggest Election Threat VOA 04 Nov 2022 -- U.S. officials charged with helping to secure the upcoming midterm elections fear the most dangerous and most likely threats may be difficult or impossible to detect in advance, and that the risk of violence will only escalate once the polls close.
- OSCE and UNOCT host back-to-back conferences to discuss ways to responsibly use passenger data to prevent travel of foreign terrorist fighters OSCE 04 Nov 2022 -- The OSCE Transnational Threats Department and the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) organized two events from 1 to 4 November 2022 focused on supporting States in implementing passenger data programmes, enhancing coordination between participating States, international organizations, and private sector companies, and deepening regional co-operative partnerships.
- Launch of the Annual Cyber Threat Report Australia DOD 04 Nov 2022 -- Australians are encouraged to help protect the nation's cybersecurity future, as the Australian Cyber and Security Centre (ACSC) - a key part of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) - launches its third annual Cyber Threat Report.
- Designation of Haitian Senate President, Joseph Lambert, for Involvement in Significant Corruption and a Gross Violation of Human Rights US Dept. of State 04 Nov 2022 -- "I am designating President of the Haitian Senate, Joseph Lambert, for his involvement in significant corruption and a gross violation of human rights."
- Treasury Sanctions Corrupt Haitian Politicians for Narcotics Trafficking US Treasury 04 Nov 2022 -- Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), along with the Government of Canada, designated Haitian nationals Joseph Lambert (Lambert) and Youri Latortue (Latortue) pursuant to Executive Order 14059 of December 15, 2021, "Imposing Sanctions on Foreign Persons Involved in the Global Illicit Drug Trade."
COVID-19 Pandemic News
- Department of the Army updates Total Army COVID-19 vaccination statistics US Army 04 Nov 2022 -- The U.S. Army updated COVID-19 vaccination rates and exemption requests for the Total Army as of 01 November 2022.
- Ordos in N.China vows to safeguard people's lives amid concerns over rigid COVID control measures Global Times 04 Nov 2022 -- As a number of incidents that occurred in recent days sparked concerns among the public over rigid COVID prevention measures disregarding people's lives in some parts of China, Ordos city in North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region published a notice on Thursday, saying that no matter what happens, safeguarding people's lives will always be their priority.
- Chinese mainland reports 704 new local confirmed COVID-19 cases People's Daily 04 Nov 2022 -- The Chinese mainland on Thursday reported 704 locally transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases, the National Health Commission said Friday.
- COVID-19 kills 4 more Iranians over past 24 hours IRNA 04 Nov 2022 -- The number of deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in Iran increased to 144,587 with three more Iranians killed by the deadly disease over the past 24 hours.
- Taiwan reports 27,594 new COVID-19 cases, 74 deaths CNA 04 Nov 2022 -- Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) reported 27,594 new COVID-19 infections on Friday, all but 47 domestically transmitted, and 74 deaths from the disease.
- Taiwan health experts deem locally-produced Medigen COVID-19 vaccine effective CNA 04 Nov 2022 -- A panel of health experts on Thursday unanimously agreed that the locally-produced Medigen COVID-19 vaccine was effective in providing protection against severe illness and death from the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
- Anti-epidemic Information Service Intensified in DPRK KCNA 04 Nov 2022 -- Commonplace across the DPRK is information service in various forms and methods to thoroughly reject a moment's indolence, indifference and slackness and keep the highest vigilance in anti-epidemic work.
- At least two thirds of Australians have had COVID-19: national antibody studies People's Daily 04 Nov 2022 -- Two complementary nationwide surveys showed at least two-thirds of Australians have been infected by COVID-19, including children and adolescents.
- Australia Warns of New COVID Surge VOA 04 Nov 2022 -- Australia can expect another wave of COVID-19 infections in coming weeks, according to experts, as new variants circulate. Coronavirus cases are rising quickly in New South Wales and Victoria, Australia's most populous states.
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