(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: #ActionFraudAlert By Economic Crime Unit Officers who have thwarted a s cam on an OAP by intercepting the cash of £8,000 being sent from Scotland by fraudsters after con-artis ts posed as online retailer: #AceNewsDesk says Please Share and Care Details Below on Prevention

#AceNewsReport – Apr.10: We prevented a pensioner being conned out of almost £8,000 after our officers thwarted the scam by intercepting cash destined for fraudsters: A man in his 80s was called by a con artist posing as an online retailer who’d mistakenly deposited the lump sum into his bank account: The trusting victim, from Scotland, was persuaded to withdraw the same amount and send it to an address in Birmingham: Thankfully he later became suspicious and confided in a relative who alerted Police Scotland – and it allowed us to retrieve the cash parcel from a Royal Mail sorting office before it could be dispatched to the scammers:

WM Police Report: Quick action By family member prevents pensioner losing £8,000 to scammers by officers intercepting funds

Our Economic Crime Unit (ECU) are carrying out enquiries around the intended destination and potential recipient of the package: It’s the latest example of con artists trying to take advantage of vulnerable people during the increased uncertainty caused by Covid-19.

Kloe Burrows, from the ECU, said: “Thanks to the prompt response from ourselves and Police Scotland we were able to prevent an elderly man being conned out of a substantial sum of cash. The money is now being securely transferred back to him: “The ‘online retailer’ wasn’t owed any money but the conman was still able to persuade the vulnerable victim to part with money through their lies: “We’ve seen a number of new scams since the coronavirus outbreak, and we’re urging people to be extra vigilant to avoid being duped by fraudsters in person or online.”

Our advice includes:
• Never let unsolicited callers into your home or hand over bank cards or cash
• If someone claims to be from the police, NHS or other organisation ask to see their identification. If in doubt call the organisation they claim to represent to make checks; if they are genuine they won’t mind waiting while you verify who they are.
• Don’t click on links or attachments in suspicious emails
• Do not respond to unsolicited messages asking for personal or financial information
• If you are looking at making purchases on sites you don’t know or trust then research the company beforehand
• If you do decide to make payment use a credit card as the majority of credit card providers insure purchases made online
• Keep in contact with your loved ones, especially if elderly

To report suspicious activity to us message on Live Chat via our website or go to the Action Fraud website: https://www.actionfraud.police.uk 

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: Apr.10: 2020:

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(SCOTLAND) NCA & Police Scotland OCP Report: Officers arrest and charge a 53yr-old-man from Glasgow in connection with the alleged importation of firearms and has been released on an undertaking to appear at sheriffs court in the near future due to the #COVID19 situation #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.10: OCP investigators executed a warrant in Bishopsgate Gardens, Colston, on the morning, where they detained the 53-year-old: Their investigation follows the seizure of a disguised stun gun by Border Force officers carrying out checks on incoming mail: A search of the property in Colston identified a further two stun guns, and three other weapons which have now been sent away for forensic analysis: The man was later charged with firearms offences and released on an undertaking to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on 8 July 2020 that has been delayed due to the present #COVID19 situation:

NCA Report: Cache of weapons seized in Organised Crime Partnership raid in Glasgow and one man arrested for importation of such

The NCA’s John McGowan, operations manager for the OCP, said:
“Today’s operation has seen a number of dangerous weapons taken out of circulation, and demonstrates our ongoing determination to protect the people of Scotland: “The Organised Crime Partnership will continue to work with partners like Border Force to do just that.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Apr.10: 2020:

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(CAIRO, Egypt.) #Coronavirus Latest Report: Heart Institute has closed to admissions after a nurse at the h ospital tested positive for #COVID19 and 16-medics have tested negative after last week 17-medics tested pos itive at the ‘ National Cancer Institute ‘ as cases reported rise with 1,560 official c onfirmed cases and 103 deaths, though critics and researchers believe the figures are far higher #AceHealthD esk report

#AceHealthReport – Apr.10: The institute’s Director Mohamed Osama said that a further 16 medics who came into contact with the infected nurse have all tested negative: The move is the latest in a string of hospital closures as the country struggles to contain the widening pandemic:

#Coronavirus Report: At least six hospitals close as the country struggles with the #pandemic and medical staff are testing positive


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Last week 17 medics at the National Cancer Institute tested positive for the virus and the hospital became the first to shut its doors. Staff had been asking management for days to close the institute down and test its staff after a number of suspected cases among workers: Staff were told that if they took time off, they would be replaced. The hospital is now undergoing investigation for negligence.

There are thought to be 26 cases among the institute’s doctors and nurses: A nurse at Al-Khanka Hospital and six medical workers have tested positive for coronavirus, according to the state-run Al-Ahram.

‘ Al-Shorouk Hospital in Giza was closed after a doctor became infected with the virus and Al-Salam Hospital in Mohandessin also closed down after it was discovered that two technicians working in the laboratory had contracted the disease ‘

The University of Alexandria Hospital has also been closed, as has the intensive care unit of Aswan University Hospital:

Critics have said that the number of hospitals closing down, or closing some departments, is because the government was not prepared to deal with COVID-19, including being too late to lock the country down: Doctors have protested on social media that they are not provided sufficient protective clothing, masks or sterilisation equipment and have demanded an increase in their salaries to offset the danger they face on a daily basis.

Egypt currently has 1,560 official confirmed cases and 103 deaths, though critics and researchers believe the figures are far higher.

#AceHealthDesk report ….Published: Apr.10: 2020:

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(LONDON) NCA CYBER REPORT: Two of Britain’s top officers are urging children, parents and carers to ensure they know how to stay safe online – with the latest assessment showing there are at least 300 ,000 people in the UK posing a sexual threat to children and online chat that offenders are discussing oppor tunities to abuse children during the #Covid19 crisis #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.10: The agency released the figure – which comes from intelligence pre-dating the coronavirus outbreak – as it and UK policing warn of a spike in online child sex offending during the coronavirus crisis: Based on the NCA’s developing understanding – from a variety of sources – it believes there are a minimum 300,000 individuals in the UK posing a sexual threat to children, either through physical ‘contact’ abuse or online:

NCA Report: Law enforcement in #coronavirus online safety push as It reveals 300,000 in UK pose sexual threat to children on chat lines

And such is the prevalence of online abuse, NCA investigators were able to find CSA content on the open web in just three clicks: With most schools closed and children increasingly online, the NCA and National Police Chiefs’ Council are urging children, parents and carers to ensure they know how to stay safe on the web – with the NCA launching a new #OnlineSafetyAtHome campaign through its education team at CEOP – the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command.

A host of informative, educational products aimed at children of all ages, parents, carers and teachers will be issued through the agency’s Thinkuknow website and social media channels. The activities are easily incorporated into home schooling: With children spending more time online to do school work or occupy themselves while parents and carers are busy, they face an increased threat from offenders who are also online in greater numbers.

The NCA and UK policing relentlessly fight the online child sexual abuse threat, arresting more than 500 child sex offenders and safeguarding around 700 children each month: Since schools closed because of coronavirus the number of child safety concerns reported through the CEOP website has stayed largely the same.

While there has been decreased reporting from professionals, such as teachers and social workers, the level of reports from children has remained stable: There has been no delay in how the agency triages and responds to these reports.

Rob Jones, NCA director of threat leadership, said: “Child sexual abuse remains a priority threat for the agency at this difficult time: “Though we are working around the virus like everyone else, we are continuing to pursue high-risk online offenders to ensure they are arrested and children are safeguarded: “The internet has undeniable benefits to society: “But it’s also enabled a section of society to commit increasingly horrific crimes against children through grooming, live-streaming and distribution of indecent images: “Preventing offences occurring is always crucial and now more so than ever when there is masses of online traffic and a possible elevated threat to children: “We are redoubling our efforts to promote our online safety messages to children, parents, carers and teachers and are working with partners to keep children safe: “We have long said that we want the tech industry to do more to protect children: “The advice and activities on our Thinkuknow website are really important and easily built into home schooling programmes.”

NPCC lead for child protection Chief Constable Simon Bailey said: “It is sickening to think that some criminals are looking to exploit the coronavirus crisis to cause harm online. Despite the issues that the pandemic will cause for law enforcement, child protection is still a priority and we remain totally committed to keeping our young people safe: “Our joint work with the NCA means we have better intelligence and are arresting more sex offenders than ever before. “We will maintain a focus on those who are intent on causing harm to young people and we will strive to bring them to justice. I am also continuing the important work with tech companies to make sure they are playing their part to make the internet as safe as possible.

“Equally as important as police action is making sure children have all the information and tools they need to keep themselves safe online. The Thinkuknow website is a great place for parents to go for advice and a good way to pass the time whilst children are at home.”………………The agency is kicking off its programme by providing 15-minute activities to parents and carers to do with their children – and new activities will be launched fortnightly.

Activities have been specifically designed to be fun, yet educational using the Thinkuknow content for the target age group: Activities will be available for families of children across all age groups (4-5,5 -7, 8-10, 11-14 and 14+) and delivered to families through the new delivery methods being used by schools, as well as sectors including social care, law enforcement, health and charity.

For advice about online child safety visit Thinkuknow.co.uk

The agency is also releasing Covid 19 specific content through Parent Info, a news feed and website the NCA runs with digital family experts Parent Zone: Over 6,000 schools and organisations have registered to receive content from Parentinfo.org.

Child Protection Charity The Lucy Faithfull Foundation runs the Stop It Now! helpline which offers confidential advice to anyone concerned about their own or someone else’s behaviour towards children.

Donald Findlater, director of the Stop It Now! helpline, said: “In this time of serious worries due to coronavirus, it’s important that every parent and grandparent is aware of the support available to help them keep children safe. So as families try to keep education going, these engaging online safety resources are a great idea: “With normal life so different for all of us, parents are more than ever at the forefront of keeping their children safe online and offline, and knowing where to get help and support is vital. Every day our confidential Stop It Now! helpline talks to parents worried about how to keep their children safe – and we talk to parents worrying about their own children’s sexual behaviour: “Our helpline also talks to adults concerned about their sexual thoughts, helping them manage these so that children are safe. Some people who pose an online or offline risk to children will be struggling with their sexual thoughts or behaviour and need help to manage them. Right now, in this isolation we all experience, it is important that they get help, too. Providing that help keeps children safer.”

If you are concerned a crime has been committed against a child you should contact your local police:

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#AceNewsDesk report …………………..Published: Apr.10: 2020:

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(HANOI, Vietnam.) #Coronavirus Latest Report: Country records 251-cases and one death of #coronavirus and provides the first shipment of 450,000 DuPont protective suits to U.S. to help the healthcare professionals on the frontline have arrived on Wednesday #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Apr.10: Vietnam has expedited the shipment of 450,000 DuPont protective suits to the United States to help healthcare professionals there fight the coronavirus, the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi said on Wednesday: “The first of two initial shipments of over 450,000 made-in-Vietnam DuPont protective suits arrived in U.S. Strategic National Stockpile on April 8,” the Embassy said in a statement:

#Coronavirus Report: Vietnam to shipped first of two batches of 450,000 protective suits to United States


“This shipment will help protect healthcare professionals working on the front lines against COVID-19 in the United States and demonstrates the strength of the U.S.-Vietnam partnership,” it added:

Vietnam, which has recorded 251 coronavirus cases, with no deaths, said on Tuesday it had donated 550,000 masks to five European countries.

#AceHealthDesk report ………..Published: Apr.10: 2020: Reuters: Reporting by Phuong Nguyen; Editing by James Pearson

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Good Friday Message Drug Called ‘ Goodness & Mercy ‘ By #AceNewsServices

We talk about a drug to cure this dreadful disease ravaging peoples lives and all drugs made by mankind have side affects but one drug we should share this day is ‘ Goodness and Mercy ‘ it has no side affects but is truly infectious and costs nothing but giving from our ❤️all the love we can provide.

So on this day at this Eastertide lets all share this wonderful drug from a man who died to save us all and spoke of these things that are now coming to test our very souls and may l ‘ bless you all ‘ and may God My Father bless you and keep now and forevermore Amen

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(WASHINGTON) DOJ Court Report: Hasher Jallal Taheb, 23, of Cumming, Ga.has pleaded guilty to a charge of conducting a ‘ Terrorist Attack ‘ on the White House, Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial , and a synagogue: using weapons and explosives as part of Jihad: He will be sentenced on June.23:2020: #Ace NewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.09: “Taheb planned to conduct a terrorist attack on the White House as part of what he claimed was his obligation to engage in jihad,” said Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers: “And that was just one of the iconic American landmarks he wanted to target: Thanks to a tip from a member of the community and the work of the agents, analysts, and prosecutors responsible for this case, the threat posed by the defendant was neutralised and the defendant has admitted his guilt and will now be held accountable for his crime.”

DOJ Court Report: Georgia Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Attack the White House with Explosives

Today Hasher Jallal Taheb, 23, of Cumming, Georgia, has pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to destroy, by fire or an explosive, a building owned by or leased to the United States: Taleb had planned an attack on the White House using weapons and explosives: As part of the plea agreement, the defendant and the government agreed that the defendant should receive a 15-year sentence of imprisonment:

“Taheb hatched a dangerous plan that would have resulted in unimaginable injury,” said Byung J. “BJay” Pak, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia: “We are grateful to community members who noticed his dangerous evolution and alerted law enforcement. Along with our federal, state and local partners, we will remain vigilant in order to disrupt these types of attacks before they happen.”

“This plea is the result of a more than year-long intensive investigation by FBI Atlanta’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, which was because of a tip from the community,” said Chris Hacker, Special Agent in Charge of FBI Atlanta: “Our citizens are our most important weapons in fighting terrorism, our eyes and ears in our communities, and why we say to please contact law enforcement if you see or hear something suspicious.”

According to U.S. Attorney Pak, the charges and other information presented in court: In March 2018, a member of the Atlanta community reported concerns about Taheb to a local law enforcement agency, which then contacted the FBI. The community member specifically alerted law enforcement that Taheb had become radicalized and was making plans to travel abroad: During an undercover operation conducted by the FBI, federal investigators learned in October 2018 that Taheb planned to travel overseas and that he had applied for a United States passport in July 2018. The FBI also learned that Taheb had begun planning domestic attacks in the United States as part of his desire to engage in “jihad.” His targets initially included the White House and the Statue of Liberty. Later, in December 2018, Taheb broadened his prospective targets in the Washington, D.C. area, to include the Washington Monument, the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, and a synagogue: During undercover meetings with Taheb in January 2019, he produced sketches of the White House and described the types of weapons and explosives he wished to use in the attack, including semi-automatic weapons, improvised explosive devices, an anti-tank weapon, and hand grenades. FBI special agents arrested Taheb on Jan. 16, 2019, after he arrived at a pre-arranged location where he expected to obtain semi-automatic assault rifles, explosive devices, and an anti-tank weapon:

Sentencing for Taheb is scheduled for June 23, 2020, at 9:30 a.m. before U.S. District Judge Mark H. Cohen: The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, which includes the U.S. Secret Service, investigated this case: The Forsyth County Sheriff Office and Gwinnett County Police Department also provided assistance.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Apr.09: 2020:

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