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The International Criminal Court will begin prosecuting cyberwar crimes
Now the lead prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at the Hague has announced the inclusion of cyberwar crimes.
4 Reasons why the US shouldn’t use the military to fight Mexico’s drug cartels
After more than 20 years of constant war, using the U.S. military to attack the cartels might be a serious misstep.
Suicide among Afghan women is rising under Taliban rule
Afghanistan is one of very few countries where women commit suicide at higher rates than men, but the Taliban won’t share data about it.
What real Wagner mercenaries think about the death of Yevgeny Prigozhin
In exchange for ending the rebellion, criminal charges against Prigozhin were dropped, but Russia still investigated Prigozhin for treason.
An accused 9/11 plotter was deemed mentally unfit to stand trial
Ramzi bin al-Shibh has long denied his mental illness, instead demanding to have his day in court along with other defendants, which includes 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Operation Crevice: The stage of terror
At the heart of Operation Crevice was a plan as audacious as it was destructive. The culprits – all British citizens.
Archduke Ferdinand owned a bulletproof vest. Why didn’t he wear it?
Archduke Franz Ferdinand died of an assassin’s bullet even though he owned a bulletproof vest capable of stopping it.
Can you actually spot a US Marshal on a plane?
If you do have a marshal on your flight, chances are you’ll be able to spot them easier than you might think. Here’s why.
The world’s deadliest terrorist you probably never knew about
During the evolution of Bin Laden from freedom fighter to terrorist, there was another, more shadowy figure with an unbelievable kill count.
Iran wants to lure disaffected American allies to a new naval coalition in the Indian Ocean
The Combined Maritime Forces is an American-led security coalition, protecting some of the world’s most important shipping lanes.
The Taliban threatens to ‘conquer Iran’ in a dispute over shared river
Border disputes with Iran began almost as soon as the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal.
Why Americans are twice as likely to die in a hostage situation
While the United States was celebrating its 100th birthday on July 4, 1976, four Israeli C-130 cargo planes landed at Entebbe Airport in Uganda, cargo bay doors already open. A black Mercedes and a parade of Land Rovers screamed out of two of the pl…
4 ways to avoid getting your ass kicked by SEAL Team 6
Here at We Are The Mighty, we can understand if people are worried about getting their ass kicked by SEAL Team 6. So, as a public service, here are some pointers on how to stay off DevGru’s Naughty List: <p class="shortcode-media sh…
All about the No-Fly List and how to get on (or off) it
The No-Fly List is a household name in the United States. But despite it being such a recognizable phrase, few…
The Marine Corps’ Security Force Regiment is an old hand at special ops
Perhaps the most versatile Marine unit is the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment — a dedicated security and counter-terrorism unit.
The Det: Secret soldiers and unsung heroes of the troubles
No Special Forces units are quite like the 14th Intelligence Detachment, ‘The Det,’ which was formed as part of the British Special Forces.