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Guidepost Solutions Bolsters Investigations Capabilities in EMEA Region

Guidepost Solutions Bolsters Investigations Capabilities in EMEA Region

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Former counter-terrorism officer Lee Williamson joins Guidepost Solutions in London, bringing more than 20 years of investigative experience in the public and private sectors. (Photo: Business Wire)

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Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Southeast Asia later this month aiming to bolster U.S. engagement in the region in an effort to counter China’s growing influence globally. Ahead of her trip to Singapore and Vietnam, Harris deputy national security adviser Phil Gordon says the vice president will emphasize the Biden administration’s commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific region, with a focus on reinforcing regional security in the area. The details of Harris’ trip are still being worked out, but for her second foreign trip and first trip as vice president overseas, the vice president is planning a weeklong engagement in the region.

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A U.S. official says the number of children traveling alone who were picked up at the Mexican border by U.S. immigration authorities likely hit an all-time high in July. Preliminary government data released Monday by a Department of Homeland Security official also says the number of people who came in families likely reached its second-highest total on record. The sharp increases from June are especially striking because crossings usually slow during stifling summer heat. The disclosures came in a court filing hours after immigrant advocacy groups resumed a legal battle to end the government’s authority to expel families at the border on grounds it prevents the spread of the coronavirus.

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Tunisian authorities jailed an opposition lawmaker and charged four members of the powerful Islamist movement Ennahdha, according to local media. The moves came after the president decided to suspend parliament and seize exceptional powers. The Ennahdha members were accused of trying to incite violence outside the parliament building after President Kais Saied’s announcement Sunday. The president says he's trying to save the country amid public anger at the government over joblessness, rising prices and one of Africa’s worst coronavirus outbreaks. Critics — most notably Ennahdha — accused him of a coup.