• Dogolachan and the ghosts of past massacres-bellingcat

    by admin on 2021-11-24 03:03:45

    Leonardo Coelho (Leonardo Coelho) has been working as a reporter and photographer in Rio de Janeiro since 2013. He has extensively reported on human rights issues and police violence for news media such as Ponte Jornalismo, UOL, Vice Brazil, and has contributed to BBC Brasil and Noisey. , Newswee

  • 3 common oven problems and how to solve them-CNET

    by admin on 2021-11-24 03:01:27

    Does the oven not heat up? Improper cooking of food? We have solutions for these common oven problems.

    Essentially, the oven is a fairly simple machine. However, like any frequently used device, things can and do go wrong. Over time, parts will loosen and wear out, and some can be easily re

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  • Clear image metadata from Wayback Machine-bellingcat

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:58:29

    Justin Seitz is a Canadian security consultant and the author of two computer hacking books published by No Starch Press. He blogs on AutomatingOSINT.com and can be found on Twitter @jms_dot_py.

    This article was originally published on the AutomatingOSINT.com blog.

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  • Iraqi police used DJI drones and badminton supplies to make quadcopter "bombers" [Update] | Ars Technica

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:58:00

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    Update on March 3: Bellingcat's Nick Waters found evidence that the drone reported in this report was actually operated by the Iraqi Federal Police. Our original story below attributed t

  • Open source search for Syria’s most popular sarin bomb-bellingcat

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:57:08

    Eliot Higgins is the founder of the Bellingcat and Brown Moses blog. Eliot focuses on weapons used in the Syrian conflict, as well as open source investigation tools and techniques.

    In the long conflict in Syria, Bellingcat has been committed to investigating a large number of chemical at

  • Big Beaver Auger drilling rig handles difficult projects in remote areas: CEG

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:56:35

    Tuesday, March 10, 2020-National Edition Little Beaver

    As the most powerful product in Little Beaver's full range of earth-moving drilling equipment, Big Beaver auger drilling rigs can provide a load-bearing capacity of 2,500 pounds. (1,134 kg) lifting capacity and the ability to rotate au

  • How to clean your oven-which one?

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:53:40

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    Cleaning your oven may be one of the tasks that you postpone weeks, months,

  • Yemen’s bombed water supply infrastructure: an open source intelligence investigation-bellingcat

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:53:33

    Christiaan Triebert has been investigating Bellingcat since 2015 and has hosted several Bellingcat seminars for journalists and researchers around the world. Contact via email (christiaantriebert@bellingcat.com) or Twitter (@trbrtc).

    Authors: Brendan Clifford* and Christian Triebert**

  • Alabama, North Carolina and other states ship billions of dollars in weapons to Saudi Arabia in the UAE-bellingcat

    by admin on 2021-11-24 02:52:50

    Eric Woods is a freelance journalist and researcher, focusing on issues such as the proliferation of illegal weapons, the dynamics of non-state actors, and public educational opportunities. You can reach him on Twitter @Er_Woods

    Since the beginning of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, individual