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Lực lượng cứu cấp đã đào bằng tay không, khi họ làm việc suốt đêm để tìm kiếm những người sống sót, sau trận động đất lớn đã giết chết ít nhất 3.800 người, và san phẳng hàng ngàn tòa nhà ở Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ và Syria

Rescuers dig with their bare hands as they work through the night to find survivors of huge earthquake which killed at least 3,800 people and flattened thousands of buildings in Turkey and Syria

Photos: 2,300+ Dead as Earthquake Levels Buildings in Turkey and Syria

The death toll from the magnitude 7.5 earthquakes in southeastern Turkey continued to climb on Monday morning, as rescuers scrambled to search for the injured, missing, and dead beneath the rubble of fallen buildings.
The latest count as of press time put the death toll in Turkey and Syria at over 2,300 and rising.

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Các thợ lặn của Hải quân đã thu hồi các mảnh vỡ từ khinh khí cầu do thám của Trung cộng cao 200ft, bị bắn rơi ngoài khơi bờ biển Nam Carolina: Ngũ Giác Đài điều tra xem liệu nó có mang theo CHẤT NỔ cùng với tài liệu chụp ảnh hay không.

Một viên chức hàng đầu của Ngũ Giác Đài cho biết người khinh khí cầu của Trung cộng cao 200 feet và có trọng tải tương đương một chiếc máy bay phản lực

Navy divers recover debris from shot down 200ft Chinese spy balloon off South Carolina coast: Pentagon investigates whether it was carrying EXPLOSIVES along with photographic material
· A top Pentagon official said the Chinese was 200-feet tall and had a payload the size of a jetliner
Air Force Gen. Glen D. VanHerck, commander of U.S. Northern Command, divulged new details about the downed balloon on a call with reporters Monday
The delay ‘afforded us a terrific opportunity to gain a better understanding, to study the capabilities of this balloon’ said the general


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Neo-Nazi Leader Planned Baltimore Power-Grid Attack, DOJ Says
· Two are charged with conspiring to target US infrastructure
· Neo-Nazi leader previously served time for possessing bombs

By Chris Strohm and
Naureen S Malik

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A Neo-Nazi leader and his girlfriend hoped to lay “waste” to Baltimore by attacking multiple electrical substations, Justice Department officials said.
Federal prosecutors on Monday announced charges against Florida resident Brandon Clint Russell, an alleged leader of a Neo-Nazi group called Atomwaffen Division, and Sarah Beth Clendaniel of Maryland, saying the two conspired to destroy an energy facility.
“The FBI believes this was a real threat,” Thomas Sobocinski, special agent in charge of the bureau’s Baltimore field office, told reporters during a Monday press conference. Clendaniel bragged that the attack “would lay this city to waste,” Sobocinski said.
Russell plotted from at least last June “to carry out attacks against critical infrastructure, specifically electrical substations, in furtherance of Russell’s racially or ethnically motivated violent extremist beliefs,” according to a statement by the US Attorney’s office in Baltimore.
Prosecutors noted that Russell was sentenced in January 2018 to five years in prison for possessing an illegal destructive device discovered during the investigation of the murder of two of his roommates. Russell admitted founding Atomwaffen Division and said the two murder victims were also members of the group. The killer, a third roommate, said the others were planning to attack a Florida nuclear power plant and other critical infrastructure.
The Justice Department on Monday didn’t say or present evidence that Russell and Clendaniel’s plot was connected to any group. Initial court appearances are scheduled for Clendaniel Monday in Baltimore and for Russell Monday in Orlando, Florida.
Lawyers for the two couldn’t immediately be identified.
The plot is the latest in a string of attacks or plans to destroy or damage electrical plants or power substations around the US. Such attacks rose to an all-time high last year, jumping 77% incidents, including acts of vandalism and other suspicious activity, in more than three dozen states, according to information from the US Energy Department released last week.

In December, up to 45,000 North Carolina customers were left in the dark after two of Duke Energy Corp.’s substations were damaged by gunfire while another attack on four stations in Washington state cut power to more than 15,000 people and caused $3 million in damage.