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    Jihadistas publicam foto nas redes sociais com dois decapitados
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    Um homem que estará alegadamente ligado ao movimento Jihadista islâmico ISIS publicou esta sexta-feira, no Twitter, fotografias onde Mohamed Elomar, um australiano que se terá juntado a este movimento em dezembro, segura a cabeça decapitada de duas pessoas, notícia o Daily Mail.

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    FBI searched for Soviet atom bombs in 1950s’ New York, files show

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    American authorities suspected that Soviet intelligence had smuggled atom bombs in New York City and that Moscow was planning to detonate them “at an expedient time”, according to declassified documents. The revelation comes from a set of internal FBI files, which were declassified and released in redacted form in 2010. Copies of the documents, which date from the early 1950s, were posted (.pdf) on The Government Attic, a website specializing in publishing US government files obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests. The documents were then noticedlast week by The Village Voice‘s Anna Merlan. The file (.pdf), titled “Atomic Bomb in Unknown Consulate, New York City”, is nearly 80 pages-long. It indicates that the search for a supposed Soviet atomic weapon in New York began shortly after the summer of 1950, when the FBI received a tip from a source in Brazil. The source reportedly told the Bureau that Soviet operatives had “placed an atom bomb in a consulate [...] in New York City to be detonated at such time as the Soviets consider expedient”. The problem was that the FBI was not aware of the identity of the consulate, which was presumed to belong to the USSR or to a country politically aligned with it. The Bureau thus actively engaged in searching for the bomb during the years of 1951 and 1952. The search was primarily conducted by the FBI’s informants in various communist-bloc consulates and agencies in New York, including the Soviet mission to the United Nations, located on Park Avenue, as well as the Polish, Hungarian and Czechoslovakian missions, located a few blocks away from their Soviet equivalent, on East 67thStreet. The FBI also appears to have mobilized its informants inside the Soviet government-run Amtorg Trading Corporation, which handled the USSR’s trade with foreign countries, as well as the Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union (TASS) offices at Rockefeller Plaza. A clandestine search was also conducted at the Soviet diplomatic mission’s retreat on Long Island. American customs agents were also notified to keep their eyes open for oddly shaped diplomatic packages “which appear to be suspiciously heavy in proportion to their dimensions”. Read more of this post

    [size=31]Lull in Gaza as Pressure for Cease-Fire Mounts[/size]
    Israeli forces and Hamas eased their fire on Monday (Reuters), which marks the end of Ramadan, even as international efforts for a formal truce faltered. The UN Security Council called for an immediate humanitarian cease-fire, a day after U.S. president Barack Obama called Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to express concern over the rising death toll, which has exceeded one thousand (NYT). The informal, unilateral lull comes a day after U.S. secretary of state John Kerry returned to Washington after a week of intensive meetings in the Middle East and Paris failed to yield an greement (WSJ).
    "Israeli military officials know there is no simple solution — but that a political solution is always better than a military one. But to achieve that political solution, Israel must first arrive at cease-fire negotiations from a position of strength. For that, a significant price must be extracted from Hamas," writes former Israeli military intelligence chief Amos Yadlin in the New York Times.
    "Israel argues that its occupation of the Gaza Strip ended with the unilateral withdrawal of its settler population in 2005. It then declared the Gaza Strip to be 'hostile territory' and declared war against its population. Neither the argument nor the statement is tenable. Despite removing 8,000 settlers and the military infrastructure that protected their illegal presence, Israel maintained effective control of the Gaza Strip," writes Noura Erekat in theNation.
    "A moderate-minded Palestinian who watches Israel expand its settlements on lands that most of the world believes should fall within the borders of a future Palestinian state might legitimately come to doubt Israel's intentions. Reversing the settlement project, and moving the West Bank toward eventual independence, would not only give Palestinians hope, but it would convince Israel's sometimes-ambivalent friends that it truly seeks peace," writes Jeffrey Goldberg in the Atlantic.
    Trial in South Korean Ferry Crash Underway
    Six high-school survivors of the sunk ferry Sewol testified against the crew on Monday (Korea Times). The trial comes as investigators begin probing the family of the late tycoon Yoo Byung-eun, whose business practices contributed to the April disaster, which killed 304 passengers (NYT).
    CAMBODIA: A deal between opposition leader Sam Rainsy and Prime Minister Hun Senmay end a year of parliamentary deadlock (Reuters).
    India Scuttles Agreement on Global Trade
    India effectively vetoed an agreement on easing global trade regulations (WSJ) at a meeting of the World Trade Organization in Geneva, insisting on a parallel agreement thatwould allow food stockpiling and subsidies for the poor (Economic Times). The WTO has until July 31 to reach consensus on the so-called Bali agreement.
    AFGHANISTAN: President Hamid Karzai urged a speedy conclusion to the vote audit that will determine his successor in a speech Monday marking the holiday Eid al-Fitr (AP). Meanwhile, the Taliban are making territorial gains ahead of the international military drawdown (NYT).
    Libya Battles Oil Blaze as Diplomats Pull Out
    Libyan officials warned of a humanitarian disaster and sought international assistance after an oil tank was set ablaze in the course of firefights Sunday (AFP). Two weeks of fighting have left more than 150 people dead in Tripoli and Benghazi and prompted the United Nations, United States, and Turkey to pull out their diplomats (Reuters).
    West Africa Struggles to Contain Ebola
    Liberia moved to shut down many border crossings and quarantine communities affected by ebola after a Liberian man died of the virus in the Nigerian city of Lagos last week (BBC). Fear of the disease, which has killed more than 660 people since March, hasprovoked hostility toward foreign doctors (NYT).
    CAMEROON: Cameroon dispatched warplanes and elite troops to stop suspected Boko Haram militants near the Nigerian border after they abducted the wife of a deputy prime minister (Leadership).
    CFR's Nigeria Security Tracker provides a graphic overview of trends in politically motivated violence.
    International Investigators Blocked from Ukraine Crash Site
    Fighting in eastern Ukraine left a Dutch and Australian forensic team unable to reach the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 for the third consecutive day (AP). UN rights chief Navi Pillay said the jetliner''s downing may amount to a war crime (NYT).
    CFR's interactive Global Conflict Tracker compiles the latest analysis on the crisis in Ukraine.
    RUSSIA: Arbitrators awarded leading shareholders of Yukos, Mikhail Khodorkovsky's now-defunct oil company, $50 billion in damages from Russia (FT).
    Venezuelan Official Avoids Extradition to U.S.
    President Nicolas Maduro welcomed former intelligence chief Hugo Carvajal back to Caracas (BBC) after the ex-general was released from detention in Aruba. Carvajal was wanted by the United States on drug trafficking charges (Miami Herald), but was freed after Dutch authorities deemed he was protected by diplomatic immunity.
    UNITED STATES: The death of a twenty-three-year-old Peace Corps volunteer in China raises questions about the program's medical infrastructure, the New York Times found in an investigation.


    Europa: Economias Fracas Continuam Vulneráveis ​​a Crises Bancárias
    Posted: 28 Jul 2014 05:48 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> O caso “Espírito Santo” e crise bancária búlgara são os pontos de partida para a demonstração da Stratfor de que as economias dos Estados da fachada marítima europeia continuam estruturalmente frágeis e apresentam grandes vulnerabilidades face a crises bancárias. A Stratfor identifica ainda o nó górdio desta situação crítica, um autêntico [...]
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    Explicação da Nigéria
    Posted: 28 Jul 2014 05:45 AM PDT
    País mais populoso de África, a Nigéria, com os seus 180 milhões de habitantes, está à beira de se tornar o maior “buraco negro” do continente e a maior ameaça à segurança regional e à segurança energética mundial. O Estado nigeriano, dominado pela incompetência e pela corrupção, revela-se absolutamente incapaz de tratar (e muito menos [...]
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    Uma Mulher na Direcção da “Secreta” Militar Francesa
    Posted: 28 Jul 2014 05:40 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> A coronel Dominique Vitte (49 anos) é a nova directora operacional da DPSD,Direction de la Protection et de la Sécurité de la Défense, os “serviços” militares franceses, cujo “patrão” máximo é o general Jean-François Hogard. É a primeira vez que uma mulher desempenha este tipo de funções. A coronel Vitte já [...]
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    ISAF transfers final English Language Training Centre
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    The final English Language Training Centre in Kabul is now under the responsibility of the Afghan National Army.  There are currently five such centres in the Afghan capital.

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