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    BASE AÉREA Nº5 - MONTE REAL - 13 DE JULHO (Entrada Livre)

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    Casa das Esquadras 201 - "Falcões" e 301 - "Jaguares", dos caças F-16, que este ano completam 20 anos ao serviço da Força Aérea Portuguesa. 

    Conhecida como a "Ponta da Lança", a Base Aérea Nº5 abre portas ao público para que este possa conhecer as missões aqui efectuadas. 

    Realizar-se-ão várias actividades, entre as quais demonstrações de capacidades da secção cinotécnica da Polícia Aérea, descolagens e aterragens dos caças, em missões de treino. Motivos não faltam para 


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    Secretary General praises strong US leadership in talks with President Obama
    08 Jul. 2014
    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen thanked President Barack Obama for his country’s leadership within the Alliance and strong commitment to transatlantic security during talks with the United States president at the White House on Tuesday (8 July 2014) which focused on preparations for this September NATO Summit in Wales. “I am particularly grateful for the support the United States has provided in response to Russia’s unacceptable actions in Ukraine,” the Secretary General said.

    Change of Command for SNMG2
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]8 Jul 2014
    The United States has taken over command of Standing NATO Maritime Group TWO from Spain. Rear Admiral Brad Williamson, his staff and his flagship, the USS LEYTE GULF, will now lead the other Allied ships which make up the group.
    NATO's Shipping Centre - Weekly Piracy Update
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]9 Jul 2014
    The NATO Shipping Centre (NSC) is the link between NATO naval forces and the merchant shipping community. Permanently manned by NATO, the NSC is the primary point of contact for the exchange of merchant shipping information between NATO's military authorities and the international shipping community.
    NATO Warships participate in Exercise Breeze 2014
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]9 Jul 2014
    Four NATO ships from Standing NATO Mine Counter-Measures Group Two are in the Black Sea taking part in a Bulgarian-led Naval exercise.  


    [size=31]Israel Escalates Strikes as Gaza Rockets Increase Range[/size]
    The Israeli air force on Wednesday ramped up its campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip (WaPo) as long-range rockets fired from the Palestinian enclave reached deep into Israeli territory (Haaretz). Twelve Palestinians were killed in the strikes Wednesday, Gaza's health ministry said, bringing the total death toll since Monday to thirty-five (Ma'an). The Arab League on Tuesday called for the UN Security Council to convene an emergency session (AFP). Meanwhile, Israel's Gaza campaign has renewed debate on its policy of using telephone calls and leaflets to warn occupants of buildings about to be bombed or shelled (NYT).
    "When external crisis strikes Israel, its politicians tend to close ranks. Not this time. Upset with what he sees as the vacillating policies of Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, declared he is dissolving the 20-month-old pact between their two political parties," writes the Economist.
    "If I were John Kerry, I'd go to Israel now under only one condition. If Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas called, asked for my help, and made clear they were prepared to deal seriously with the peace process when this round calms down. Otherwise, Mr. Secretary, stay home," writes Aaron David Miller in Foreign Policy.
    "A third approach is needed. While protecting Israel's civilian population militarily, Israel should try to catalyze Hamas's ultimate transformation to an unarmed political party in a Palestinian state. For theological reasons, even in a best case scenario Hamas will remain at arm's length from a final status agreement," writes Ofer Zalzberg in the Times of Israel.
    Candidates Claim Victory in Indonesia's Presidential Race
    Both candidates vying for Indonesia's presidency declared victory after polling places closed Wednesday and unofficial counts showed a tight race. Outgoing president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called for the candidates to exercise restraint ahead of the release of official results slated for July 22 (FT).
    CFR's Karen Brooks explains the election's high stakes for the world's third-largest democracy.
    CHINA: Two days of high-level talks between Beijing and Washington kicked off Wednesday with U.S. Treasury secretary Jack Lew pressing China on currency reform (WSJ). U.S. diplomatic efforts have been complicated by the concentration of decision-making power with President Xi Jinping (NYT).
    UN: Afghan Civilian Casualties on the Rise
    Afghan civilians killed or injured in war-related incidents rose 24 percent in the first half of 2014 as fighting between government forces and insurgents proliferated near populated areas (TOLO), the UN said in a Wednesday report.
    This Backgrounder explains the sources of the Taliban's resilience.
    SRI LANKA: Australian immigration minister Scott Morrison defended his government's lack of transparency on the whereabouts of 153 asylum-seekers (SMH).
    Iraqi Forces Suspect Massacre
    Iraqi security forces found the bodies of fifty-three people apparently executed in a predominantly Shia village southeast of Baghdad, raising fears of sectarian killings (AP). The incident comes as Iraq reported to the UN that a disused chemical weapons facility had fallen into militants' hands (DailyStar).
    Somali Security Chiefs Sacked
    The Somalian government fired its police and intelligence chiefs a day after militantsattacked the presidential palace (AP) in Mogadishu. Islamist militant group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the assault (WSJ).
    SOUTH SUDAN: South Sudan commemorates its third year of independence from Sudan, an anniversary marred by conflict, displacement, and looming famine (VOA). Outgoing UN mission chief Hilde Johnson said the conflict had set the country "back decades" (SudanTribune).
    Germany Investigates Second Suspected U.S. Spy
    German authorities are reportedly investigating a defense ministry employee suspected of working for the CIA (DeutscheWelle). The development comes amid reports that the CIA withheld information from the White House about an arrested German intelligence officer confessing to passing secrets to the United States (NYT).
    UKRAINE: French and German leaders are expected to press their Ukrainian counterpart, Petro Poroshenko, to agree to a new truce with separatists in the country's east (BBC) as Ukraine prepares to lay siege to Donetsk, the rebels' largest remaining stronghold (WSJ).
    Obama Requests Emergency Funds for Border Crisis
    The White House requested $3.7 billion in emergency funding from Congress to address the influx of young Central American migrants, but the proposal met resistance from Republican lawmakers (WaPo).
    In Foreign Affairs, Ananda Rose writes that crossing the U.S.-Mexico border is more dangerous than ever.
    VENEZUELA: Emergency rationing has left some residents of Caracas without water for as many as four days a week (Miami Herald).


    Analysis: Crimea crisis brings Russian military spies back in the game

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    The recent crisis in Ukraine, which resulted in Russia assuming control of Crimean Peninsula, marks the post-Soviet resurgence of Russia’s military intelligence apparatus and points to “a new playbook” in Moscow’s foreign policy strategy, according to a seasoned Russia analyst. In an article published on Monday in Foreign Policy, Mark Galeotti, Professor of Global Affairs at New York University, who specializes in Russian security affairs, said Russia’s military intelligence agency is now “back in the global spook game”. He was referring to Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff, known commonly as GRU, which he said the Kremlin will be employing increasingly in the years to come as a major foreign-policy tool. It is no secret that, despite its significant role in Cold War intelligence operations, the GRU has been in decline in the post-Soviet era. Its substandard performance in the 2008 Russo-Georgian War convinced Russian President Vladimir Putin that the agency was “unfit” for operations in what Russians call the “near-abroad” —the regions of the former Soviet Republics. In 2003, in addition to facing what Galeotti calls “a savage round of [budget] cuts”, the GRU saw its near-abroad functions taken over by the FSB, Russia’s Federal Security Service. The FSB descends from the domestic component of the Soviet-era KGB, the agency that employed Vladimir Putin before he entered politics (as an aside, the SVR, which is the post-Soviet reincarnation of the KGB’s external intelligence directorates, is legally prevented from operating within the Commonwealth of Independent States). As late as last year there was even a discussion about whether the GRU should be demoted from a main directorate under the Russian Armed Forces’ General Staff to a simple directorate, a move that would have fatally diminished its institutional stature. But in the recent Crimea crisis, says Galeotti, the GRU was able to turn the tables on Kiev by deploying its battle-ready Vostok Battalion, whose members cut their teeth in Chechnya. Read more of this post

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    EUA: Lista das Empresas sob Investigação por Corrupção
    Posted: 09 Jul 2014 05:07 AM PDT
    Lista das empresas sob investigação nos EUA, por suspeitas de corrupção, ao abrigo do FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), lei federal dos Estados Unidos, promulgada em 1977, que proíbe as empresas de pagar subornos a funcionários de governos estrangeiros e a figuras políticas com a finalidade de obtenção de contratos e negócios. Uma lista muito interessante [...]
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    Calendário Geopolítico da Semana 7 Julho 2014
    Posted: 09 Jul 2014 04:59 AM PDT
    Geopolitical Calendar: Week of July 7, 2014 July 7, 2014 | 0900 GMT Stratfor Editor’s Note: The following is an internal Stratfor document listing significant meetings and events planned for the next week. Stratfor analysts use this to stay informed of the activities and travel of world leaders and to guide their areas of focus for [...]
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