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    Russia to reopen electronic listening command post in Cuba

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    The government of the Russian Federation has reached an agreement with the authorities in Cuba to reopen an electronic communications listening base that was built by the Soviets during the Cold War. Russian newspaper Kommersant said on Wednesday that the agreement between the two nations was struck late last week during a visit to the communist-run island by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The agreement centers on the Lourdes signals intelligence (SIGINT) facility, located just outside Cuban capital Havana. Situated approximately 100 miles from the United States mainland, the facility was used throughout the last two decades of the Cold War to provide intelligence for Soviet military and civilian spy agencies, while also operating as an overseas communications hub for the Soviet Navy. It was regarded at the time as the most formidable Soviet electronic listening post located anywhere outside Soviet territory. Cuban authorities once bragged that Lourdes provided Moscow with 75 percent of its actionable intelligence on its American adversary —though some experts consider the statement an exaggeration. At its peak, in the late 1970s, Lourdes hosted approximately 3,000 technical specialists and support personnel, over half of whom were Soviet. Initially, the Cuban government permitted Moscow to make use of Lourdes free of charge. However, in 1992 Havana introduced an annual rental fee, which by 2001 had risen to $200 million. Under the bilateral agreement, Russia was paying the rental fee in kind, by supplying the Cuban government with food products and fuel, as well as military equipment. But in 2001, the administration of President Putin withdrew from the agreement, citing the high cost of maintaining the base. Moscow said at the time that it was financially impossible to keep up a SIGINT complex located 6 thousand miles away from Moscow. Read more of this post


    Nigeria: Opting Out of an Insurgency



    Note: This is one installment in a three-part series about militancy in Nigeria. Part 1discusses the political circumstances that contributed to militancy, and Part 2 examines the group Boko Haram.



    In some ways, the future of northern Nigeria's counterinsurgency rests in the hands of Nigerian voters. If President Goodluck Jonathan is elected for another term, the Boko Haram campaign will intensify. If Jonathan loses, the presidency would go to a northerner, who would be better suited to developing the political, social and economic relationships needed to wage an effective counterinsurgency.



    Of course, the presidential election is a national contest, not a regional one, and so the consequences stretch far beyond northern Nigeria. Though Boko Haram has captured the attention of international media, it is not the only militant group with which Abuja contends, nor is it the only group that has a vested interest in the election's outcome. If Jonathan is not re-elected and Niger Delta militants lose their political patronage, they will probably attack oil infrastructure in the country's southwest, as they did in the mid-2000s. Nigeria conceivably could see two active insurgencies, depending on how the election plays out.



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    Última Hora!: Kiev e rebeldes trocam acusações sobre queda de avião na Ucrânia
    Posted: 17 Jul 2014 11:11 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> Às 04:21 de hoje, hora local, o vôo MH17 da Malaysian Airlines , um Boeing 777 que seguia de Amsterdão para Kuala Lumpur, transportando 295 pessoas, caiu perto da cidade de Shakhtyorsk, na província de Donetsk, na Ucrânia. O avião estaria a voar em altitude de cruzeiro de 10.000 metros (33.000 [...]
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    França: Ex-patrão do GIGN passa ao privado
    Posted: 17 Jul 2014 05:48 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> Thierry Orosco (à esquerda, na foto), até aqui patrão do Groupe d’Intervention Gendarmerie, força especial da polícia francesa, vai juntar-se à Ineo, uma das mais importantes empresas de engenharia elétrica, sistemas de informação e de comunicação a atuar em França  e que conta nos seus quadros com inúmeros ex-militares franceses, incluindo [...]
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    Finlândia: Escândalo de Corrupção Generalizada
    Posted: 17 Jul 2014 05:45 AM PDT
    A YIT, uma das grandes fornecedoras de serviços de construção na Finlândia, está profundamente envolvida num enorme escândalo de corrupção que envolve o Departamento de Obras Públicas de Helsínquia (HKR), num esquema de emissão de faturas falsas. Finland: YIT turned a blind eye to bribery, suspect claims   July 11th, 2014  |  Europe |  0 [...]
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    DARPA revela bala auto-guiada que corrige trajetória em pleno voo
    Posted: 17 Jul 2014 05:37 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> A DARPA acaba de divulgar imagens de testes da EXACTO (Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance), a primeira bala de pequeno calibre auto-guiada. O projétil manobrável usa um sistema de orientação óptica em tempo real para mudar a trajectória em pleno vôo e atingir o alvo, ajudando os snipers a melhorar a precisão [...]
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    Microsoft despede 18 mil, no maior corte da história da empresa
    Posted: 17 Jul 2014 09:32 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> Não é claro se os cortes chegarão à subsidiária portuguesa, que recentemente tem estado a contratar A Microsoft  vai despedir 18 mil pessoas, cerca de 14% da força de trabalho da multinacional, com a grande maioria dos despedimentos a ser feita  na divisão responsável pelos telemóveis Nokia. Este é o maior [...]
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    [size=31]Fragile Calm Between Israel and Hamas[/size]
    Representatives of Israel and Hamas gathered in Cairo on Thursday, along with Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas and Mideast peace envoy and former British prime minister Tony Blair, to negotiate a comprehensive cease-fire (Haaretz). Various Hamas and Israeli officials denied an agreement had been reached (AFP),contradicting an initial report from the BBC (Times of Israel). The meetings came amid a five-hour humanitarian truce pushed for by the UN, which went into force Thursday morning (WaPo) and appeared to hold despite early mortar fire. Israel said it thwarted a major assault from Gaza prior to the truce.
    Analysis
    "Exiled and subjugated communities like the Palestinians today usually behave in ways that seem strange to middle class consumers in faraway lands, including fighting apparently futile battles and subjecting their populations to prolonged suffering and death — and then doing the same thing again a few years later. This can only be understood by appreciating the nature of 'resistance' and the allure of 'liberation,'" writes Rhami G. Khouri in the Daily Star.
    "What the Obama Administration seems unable to grasp, or finds inconvenient to admit, is that the peace process cannot just be paused; to say that the parties to the conflict must want peace more than Americans is to condemn them to leaders who, in the short run, benefit from conflict, and hand Americans, and everyone else, an insufferable future," writes Bernard Avishai for the New Yorker.
    "So what does the current round of violence mean for the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict following the recent round of violence? Our research as well as other studies would suggest a pessimistic outcome. Given the increase in the number of Israelis who are within the range of rockets, and the high number of Palestinian casualties, the recent round of fighting is likely to cause individuals on both sides to harden their attitudes towards each other, making a peaceful resolution of the conflict less likely," write Anna Getmansky and Thomas Zeitzoff for the Monkey Cage.
     
    PACIFIC RIM
    Australia Repeals Carbon Tax
    Australia's senate on Thursday repealed the carbon tax levied on the country's biggest polluters, making it the first country to make such a retreat on climate policy (SMH). The repeal, a central pledge of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's campaign, was decried by environmentalists (NYT).
    CFR's report card on climate change governance evaluates Australia as a "truant."
    CHINA: China's first-ever participation in the Rim of the Pacific naval exercises raised unprecedented legal and political challenges for its U.S. organizers (WSJ).
     
    SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIA
    Afghan Taliban on Offensive
    The Afghan Taliban on Thursday were repelled after a nearly five-hour-long assault on Kabul International Airport (BBC). Meanwhile, Taliban insurgents ambushed President Hamid Karzai's security team in Paktia province (TOLO).
    The Taliban insurgency remains resilient as international forces prepare to draw down, thisBackgrounder explains.
     
    MIDDLE EAST
    Pentagon Outlines Plan to Aid Syrian Rebels
    U.S. military officials gave a closed-door briefing to Congress on a plan to train and equip Syrian rebels, which calls for a 2,300-man force and likely would not begin until next year (WSJ). However, Pentagon officials said the proposal was still evolving. Meanwhile, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was sworn in Wednesday for an additional seven-year term (Daily Star).
    TURKEY: Istanbul governor Hüseyin Avni Mutlu said Turkey will take "drastic measures" (AFP) to deal with the estimated 67,000 Syrian refugees in the city, possibly expelling them to refugee camps in the country's southeast (Hurriyet).
     
    AFRICA
    Tunisian Forces Ambushed
    At least fourteen Tunisian troops were killed Wednesday night in an ambush near the Algerian border, where they were deployed to root out Islamist militants (Reuters).
    NIGERIA: President Goodluck Jonathan urged lawmakers to approve a $1 billion loan from the United States to better equip the military for combating the Boko Haram insurgency (This Day).
     
    EUROPE
    Ukraine Jet Downed as U.S., EU Broaden Sanctions
    A Ukrainian fighter jet was downed Thursday by a missile fired from a Russian plane (AP), Ukraine said Thursday. This comes a day after the United States levied new sanctions on powerful Russian banks and major energy and defense firms, and EU leaders agreed to blacklist companies and halt lending for public-sector projects (Bloomberg).
    CFR's Robert Kahn notes the gap between the latest rounds of U.S. and European sanctions.
    EU: A Brussels summit of European leaders failed to agree on appointments to two top EU jobs: foreign policy chief and European Council president (EUobserver). They are expected to try again in six weeks.
     
    AMERICAS
    China’s Xi Begins Goodwill Tour
    Brazil on Thursday will host Chinese president Xi Jinping for a state visit before helaunches the China–Latin America Forum (AFP) at a summit with the CELAC group of Latin American and Caribbean states. Venezuela, Cuba, and Argentina are also on his itinerary.
    Lauren Dickey and Sharone Tobias preview the Chinese leader's economic and strategic ambitions for the trip.
    UNITED STATES: The Pentagon has reportedly notified Congress of its intent totransfer six Guantánamo Bay detainees to Uruguay (NYT).
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    EUROPOL / INTERPOL

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    INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF ROMANIAN CYBERCRIMINALS DISMANTLED
    17 July 2014
    Yesterday, an international organised cybercrime network, composed mostly of Romanian citizens, was successfully taken down in Romania1 and France2 with the support of the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol.
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    NATO / ACO

    Standing NATO Mine Counter-Measures Group Visits Romania
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]17 Jul 2014
    SNMCMG2 is in Constanta for a scheduled port visit as part of their deployment to the Black Sea where they are enhancing maritime security and NATO's readiness in the region.


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