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    Joint Force Command Brunssum Conducts Exercise STEADFAST JAVELIN 1
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]16 May 2014
    Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum will, today, assume responsibility for conduct of the NATO-led exercise, "STEADFAST JAVELIN 1. The exercise will be conducted in the spirit of NATO’s Connected Forces Initiative, using advanced technology to develop interoperability and operational preparedness and to maintain NATO’s readiness and combat effectiveness.
    Canada supports NATO in promoting security and stability in Central and Easten Europe
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]16 May 2014
    Canada deployed an Air Task Force of six F-18 Hornet fighter aircraft to Campia Turzii, Romania, where they arrived on 7 May 2014. The F-18 fighters are to conduct multinational training exercises as part of Canada’s commitment to its NATO Allies.
    NRF Certification 2015 Ongoing
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    Exercise Reliable Sword, where the Dutch 11 Air Mobile Brigade is being certified at the national level, 4000 soldiers from 12 different nations take part. Representatives from two Dutch Ministries, from the UN-family and various International Organisations and Non Governmental Organisations are also taking part.



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    NATO’s ''Steadfast Javelin 1'' exercise underway in Estonia
    16 May. 2014
    NATO launched a large-scale exercise “Steadfast Javelin 1” in Estonia on Friday (16 May 2014) which will test Allied forces on their ability to work together as well as maintaining NATO’s readiness and combat effectiveness. The “Steadfast Javelin 1” exercise reflects NATO’s strong commitment to collective defence in the Baltic region, said Commander Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum, General Hans-Lothar Domröse. “It is my great privilege to assume command of the forces participating in Exercise Steadfast Javelin 1 today. There is no doubt the Alliance is strong and NATO’s resolve to assure its members of the ongoing utility of the Washington Treaty remains central to our actions.”

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    Every Ally has NATO's full protection, NATO Secretary General says in Romania
    15 May. 2014
    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that Romania does not stand alone in light of the crisis unfolding on NATO's borders. During his visit to Bucharest on Friday (16 May 2014), Mr Fogh Rasmussen stressed that the Alliance would do what is necessary to defend all its members: “You are part of NATO and every Ally has NATO’s full protection.”
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    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen outlines readiness action plan in Bratislava
    15 May. 2014
    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen stressed that NATO will continue to stand up for freedom and security in light of the Ukraine crisis. “We already have more planes in the air, more ships at sea and more exercises on the ground … We are also considering the longer-term implications of Russia’s actions for what we do in NATO,” the Secretary General said at the Bratislava Global Security Forum on Thursday (15 May 2014). In a keynote speech, he outlined an Alliance readiness action plan in preparation for the Wales Summit in September.































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    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Espetáculos e divertimentos em recintos autorizados – Sistema de segurança
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]Para que seja possível levar a cabo espetáculos e divertimentos em recintos autorizados é obrigatório que exista um sistema de segurança[1]. Fora da esfera desta obrigação ficam: Os espetáculos de representação artística de canto, dança e música realizada em recinto dotado de lugares permanentes e reservados aos espectadores, nem a espetáculos de representação artística de […]
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    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Segurança privada – dever de vigilância e de prevenção
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]A atividade de segurança privada consiste na: Prestação de serviços a terceiros por entidades privadas com vista à proteção de pessoas e bens, bem como à prevenção da prática de crimes; Organização, por quaisquer entidades e em proveito próprio, de serviços de autoproteção, com vista à proteção de pessoas e bens, bem como à prevenção […]
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    EUROPOL LAUNCHES ITS 2014 INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PHOTO COMPETITION
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    Europol has the pleasure to launch its 2014 online international photo competition for the best law enforcement photographs.
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    ARRESTS IN INTERNATIONAL VOICE-PHISHING CASE
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    Belgian and Dutch judicial and law enforcement authorities, supported by the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol and Eurojust, have concluded an operation resulting in the arrest of 12 members of an organised crime group and the seizure of EUR 15 000 in cash and important digital evidence in a voice-phishing case.

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    VIOLENT CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL TASK FORCE MEETS AT EUROPOL
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    This week, the FBI and the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol jointly hosted the 3rd Violent Crimes Against Children International Task Force (VCACITF) case coordination meeting in The Hague. 
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    EUROPOL’S DIRECTOR DISCUSSES FOREIGN FIGHTERS RETURNING FROM SYRIA AND CYBERCRIME WITH U.S. LAW ENFORCEMENT AND GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES
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    From 29 April to 1 May, Europol Director, Rob Wainwright, visited Washington D.C. to meet with senior law enforcement and government officials.
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    CONCACAF signs agreement with INTERPOL to combat match-fixing

    INTERPOL and the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) have signed a formal cooperation agreement aimed at intensifying the ongoing work to combat match-fixing in football.The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two organizations will enhance joint efforts to safeguard the integrity of the sport th...

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    US Secretary of Defense ‘not aware’ of Israel spying on America

    By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    The supreme official of the United States Department of Defense has said he is “unaware of the facts” behind recent media reports that Israel is aggressively spying on America. Chuck Hagel, a former Republican Senator who assumed the leadership of the Pentagon in 2013, is on a three-day official visit to Israel, where he is scheduled to hold meetings with Israeli military and security officials. He was responding to a question posed by an Israeli reporter about allegations, made by American newsmagazine Newsweek on Tuesday, that Israel’s spies “have gone too far” in targeting American interests. In an article published in Newsweek last week, veteran intelligence correspondent Jeff Stein quoted Congressional staffers as saying that America’s Jewish allies had “crossed red lines” in their efforts to steal secrets from the United States. According to Stein, that was reportedly relayed to US lawmakers in classified briefings on Capitol Hill by officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, as well as the National Counterintelligence Directorate. In a subsequent piece, Stein revealed that Israeli intelligence tried to spy on US Vice President Al Gore during an official state visit to Jerusalem 16 years ago. The effort was allegedly aborted after a US Secret Service agent caught an Israeli spy trying to enter the Vice President’s hotel room through a ceiling vent. But American officials have so far remained silent on the matter. When asked about it a press conference in Tel Aviv, Hagel said he had “heard of the report” but was “not aware of any facts that would substantiate the report”. He was standing beside Israel’s Minister of Defense, Moshe Yaalon, who also responded to the journalist’s question by reminding his audience that he served as Director of Israel’s Military Intelligence Directorate in the late 1990s. In that capacity, he said, he was “not allowed to spy in the United States whatsoever”. Read more of this post

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    Some spy-related nonfiction books for the summer

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By I. ALLEN AND J. FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    It has been well established ever since we launchedIntelNews, nearly six years ago, that readers of this blog are a well-read lot. The subject of books regularly comes up in our conversations with our readers, who often ask us for our personal spy-related book recommendations. We have several, but we thought we would suggest some recently published nonfiction for the summer that is now upon us. Our first suggestion is Dr. Kristie Macrakis’ fascinating new work entitledPrisoners, Lovers, and Spies: The Story of Invisible Ink from Herodotus to al-Qaeda, published by Yale University Press. Macrakis, an internationally recognized historian, is Professor in the School of History, Technology and Society at Georgia Tech, where she teaches classes in science and espionage. She is most known for two books on East German intelligence during the Cold War, the most recent of which was East German Foreign Intelligence (Routledge, 2010). In the book, the author displays her knowledge of both science and intelligence, in explaining how civilizations throughout history have used a variety of ingredients to hide written notes, ranging from citrus juices to cobalt, and even urine and semen. Her examples span the centuries as she highlights the role of secret writing in the American Revolution, the two World Wars, as well as the West’s current confrontation with al-Qaeda. The book is loaded with chemical terminology but it is written with the non-expert in mind and will be enjoyed by all those with a serious historical interest in intelligence. Another book we recommend is Glenn Greenwald’s No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the US Surveillance State (Metropolitan Books). Greenwald was the first journalist that the American intelligence contractor contacted when he decided to defect. Snowden’s actions have divided America, and we are aware that this includes this blog’s readership. But Greenwald’s account will be of interest to intelligence observers no matter where they stand on the issue. The author describes how he first heard from Snowden, via email in December of 2012, when he was a writer for Britain’s Guardian newspaper. He then tells the interesting story of his trip to Hong Kong to meet Snowden, which he undertook along with documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras. Greenwald’s style comes across as somewhat self-righteous at times, but the account offered in his book is crucial in helping intelligence observers piece together the story of Snowden’s defection, as well as the importance of his disclosures. One final nonfiction spy-related book to consider is The Good Spy: The Life and Death of Robert Ames (Crown Publishers), by American Pulitzer Prize-winning author and columnist Kai Bird. Read more of this post




    US hesitant to share Boko Haram intel with Nigerian government

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    United States military officials said on Tuesday that the Pentagon is not “at this point” sharing intelligence on the Boko Haram militant group with the Nigerian government. Last month, members of the armed group, which campaigns for an Islamist state in predominantly Muslim northern Nigeria, abducted at least 200 teenage girls from a boarding school in Chibok, a primarily Christian village located in the northeast of the country. Since then, the group’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, has threatened to kill or sell the girls as slaves unless the government of Nigeria releases Boko Haram prisoners. In the past week, the US has become directly involved in the search for the missing girls. On Monday, the US Department of Defense deployed fixed-wing aircraft on a variety of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions concentrating on Boko Haram strongholds in the northeast of the country, near Nigeria’s border with Cameroon. Meanwhile, 30 American advisers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Defense Intelligence Agency, and Department of State, are already in Nigerian capital Abuja, assisting in the search for the kidnap victims. American media has reported that the US Department of State is now sharing commercial satellite imagery with the Nigerian government in the context of the search. However, the Pentagon said that it is not “at this point [...] sharing raw intelligence data” on Boko Haram with the Nigerian government. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Army Colonel Steve Warren, a spokesman for the US Department of Defense, refused to discuss the precise reasons why the Pentagon is withholding intelligence data from the Nigerian military. There is speculation, however, that the decision may be related to fears in Washington that the notoriously corrupt Nigerian military may have been infiltrated by Boko Haram members and sympathizers. Read more of this post


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