Questions Remain Following Greece’s Seizure of Shotgun Cargo to Libya

On September 1, a special unit of the Greek coast guard intercepted an old Bolivian-flagged freighter called Haddad 1 off the coast of Crete. The ship, bound from Turkey for the Libyan port of Misrata, proved to be carrying nearly 5,000 urban combat shotguns of Turkish manufacture and 500,000 rounds of 9mm ammunition.

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Moldova: 7 Arrested Suspected of Uranium Smuggling

CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — Seven people have been detained in Moldova on suspicion they smuggled uranium and mercury in a metal container from Russia to be used in a dirty bomb, police said Tuesday. House searches were carried out last

Moldova: 7 Arrested Suspected of Uranium Smuggling

Border Patrol Desperate for Female Agents

HOUSTON, Texas — While 95 percent of U.S. Border Patrol agents are men, officials are taking steps to increase the number of female agents.  Border Patrol recently posted a job listing for new agents that is “restricted to female applicants only.”  The pay is $39,012.00

Border Patrol Desperate for Female Agents

Exclusive: Leak Reveals Texans Killed in Mexico Had Cartel Ties

MCALLEN, Texas – The three Texan’s kidnapped and killed in Mexico in October had ties to Mexican cartels, according to a leaked Homeland Security document obtained exclusively by Breitbart Texas.  Mexican news outlets had previously reported the Texans were innocent victims.  A woman

Exclusive: Leak Reveals Texans Killed in Mexico Had Cartel Ties