China has stolen Taiwan’s semiconductor secrets: Wired

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A group of Chinese hackers has succeeded in “pillaging” Taiwan’s semiconductor sector, stealing chip designs and source code, according to a report published by Wired Magazine Thursday (Aug. 7). While Taiwanese cybersecurity company CyCraft already published information about the hacking campaign in April, it only know established a link between the group and the Chinese… Read more »


Somaliland office to open soon: MOFA

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A representative office is set to open in Somaliland at the end of this month, at the earliest, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday amid reports that Beijing is sending a diplomatic delegation to the east African country. The ministry on July 1 announced that Taiwan and Somaliland would establish representative offices, following… Read more »


Russia aims mass COVID-19 vaccination from October

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MOSCOW Russia is preparing to start a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus from October, the country’s health minister said on Saturday. The vaccination will be free of charge, and doctors and teachers would be the first to be vaccinated, Mikhail Murashko told reporters. People will be immunized with the first Russian vaccine developed… Read more »


It’s Time for a U.S. Navy Port Call in Somaliland

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The White House lauded Taiwan’s July 1st decision to exchange diplomatic offices with Somaliland. While the United States does not formally recognize either state, both are pro-Western democracies standing up for liberal values in increasingly troubled regions. Tweets, however, are not substantive policy. China is challenging the United States globally, from the Atlantic Ocean to… Read more »


United States Concerned Over Irregularities of No-confidence Vote; Somalia’s Future Elections Process

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The U.S. Embassy regrets the actions of the President and Lower House of Parliament to withdraw confidence in Prime Minister Ali Hassan Khayre and his government, which heightened political tensions and undermined the ongoing process of dialogue and negotiation between the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and other key stakeholders. This irregular process… Read more »