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    Israel ‘spied on US Secretary of State’ during 2013 peace talks

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    Israeli intelligence eavesdropped on telephone calls made by the United States Secretary of State during high-level diplomatic negotiations in 2013, according to reports in the German media. Shortly after he took office, Secretary of State John Kerry signaled that he viewed the Israeli-Palestinian dispute as a priority issue. He promptly organized a fresh round of peace talks between the two sides, which began in Washington, DC, on July 29, 2013. The talks, which included direct negotiations between Palestinian and Israeli officials, began with some positive steps from both sides, including the release of several dozen Palestinian prisoners by Israel. But they broke down with the withdrawal of the Palestinian side on November 14, after the Israeli government authorized a new round of settlement construction in the West Bank. Now Germany’s Der Spiegel has reported that Israeli intelligence systematically targeted the communications of Mr. Kerry as he met regularly with high-ranking Palestinian and other Arab negotiators. Citing “several reliable intelligence service sources”, the German newsmagazine said not all of Kerry’s telephone calls were made on encrypted equipment during his negotiations with the two warring sides. Israeli intelligence were thus able to intercept the US State Secretary’s non-encrypted telephone conversations, which were transmitted via satellite. The Israeli side was therefore able to know in some instances the content of his confidential discussions with Palestinian officials, in advance of face-to-face negotiations with him. The news comes less than three months after American magazine Newsweek revealed that Israeli spies were engaged in aggressive efforts to steal American secrets. Last May, Newsweek‘s veteran intelligence correspondent Jeff Steinquoted Congressional staffers as saying that America’s Jewish allies had “crossed red lines” in their efforts to steal secrets from the US. One Congressional staffer told Stein that “no other country continues to cross the line on espionage like the Israelis do”. In a follow-up article, Stein quoted US intelligence officials and Congressional insiders who said Israel had been “caught carrying out aggressive espionage operations against American targets for decades”. Read more of this post


    NATO / ACO

    The ties that bind our past to our present
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]4 Aug 2014
    The following is an open letter written by SACEUR, General Phil Breedlove, DSACEUR, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw and SHAPE Chief of Staff, General Werner Freers, that was published in The Sunday Telegraph on 3 August.  
    DSACEUR and Senior U.S. Officials Discuss Ukraine Crisis
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    Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, met with senior military and defence officials during a recent trip to the United States.


    • Boko Haram militants' evolving strategy in Nigeria opens up new fronts, as risk of suicide bombings rise
      Key Points Renewed links between Boko Haram and its radical jihadist offshoot Ansaru are driving a higher risk of further attacks taking place in Lagos and southern Nigeria. The use of suicide bombers, particularly female, is behind a rapidly rising rate of mass-casualty attacks and targeted

    [*]Exelis reports second quarter sales down, but C4ISR business sees margin growth
    McLean Virginia based contractor Exelis reported its second quarter earnings on 1 August, with revenue down 11% to USD1.1 billion compared to 2013. While product revenue increased year-over-year for the quarter, up USD5 million, revenue from the company's services business tumbled 19% to USD
    [*]RIMPAC 2014: Canadian tanker conducts air-to-air refuelling of US Navy aircraft
    With about 1,000 personnel participating in the multinational Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise hosted by the US Navy (USN), the Canadian Armed Forces seized a multitude of opportunities to train its air, land, and sea units, including Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) tanker crews that otherwise
    [*]US Army selects finalists for Joint Multi-Role helicopter demonstrator
    Key Points The army has decided which companies will participate in its JMR TD effort and plans to release details by early September Two companies are expected to build demonstration aircraft for 2017 flight tests Details of the first downselect for the US Army's Joint Multi-Role helicopter
    [*]US Army selects new camo pattern

    The US Army on 31 July confirmed its selection of a new base combat uniform camouflage pattern but did not disclose which it had selected. General Dennis Via, commander of Army Material Command (AMC), said on 23 July that the service chose the so-called Scorpion II pattern, but the army has not

    [*]Islamists make further gains in Benghazi
    The Al-Saiqa unit in Benghazi suffered a significant defeat when its headquarters was overrun by a coalition of Islamist groups, including the radical Ansar al-Sharia, on 29 July. Al-Saiqa commander Wanis Abu Khamadah acknowledged that his forces had withdrawn from the base after days of heavy
    [*]Swiss IMESS soldier system ready for serial production
    Airbus Defence and Space has completed the development of the Swiss Army's planned new future soldier system and is now ready to enter serial production, the company announced on 30 July. Known as the Integrated Modular Engagement System for the Swiss Soldier (IMESS), it builds on the company's
    [*]Palestinian militants inflict substantial casualties on Israeli forces in Gaza
    Palestinian militants have killed at least 53 Israeli soldiers since the launch of Israel's latest offensive targeting the Gaza Strip. Mohammed Najib reports from the West Bank on the tactical and operational advances made by militants that have led to this relatively substantial death toll.
    [*]Afghan military units continue to struggle with key logistics efforts
    The Afghan National Army (ANA) and contractor Textron are struggling to maintain M1117 Armoured Security Vehicles for the army's Mobile Strike Force (MSF), highlighting deeper logistics and training issues that officials have long warned could plague the nascent force. A 29 July report from the US
    [*]Analysis: Netanyahu shifts war aims

    At the outset of Operation 'Protective Edge', the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) focused on suppressing Palestinian rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. By the 24th day of the operation, the destruction of the tunnels that militants have dug into Israel had become the IDF's primary objective. "We
    [*]Antonov reports second quarter loss

    Ukrainian aerospace group Antonov has reported a loss of UAH16.4 million for the second quarter of the year, although it claimed that revenue climbed 84% year-on-year to UAH885.79 million (USD71.1592). The loss in the second quarter follows a strong profit in the first three months of the year,
    [*]ATK Sales Up Ahead of Spinoff, Merger

    Alliant Techsystems (ATK) reported its first quarter earnings on 31 July, noting an 18% spike in sales at USD1.3 billion year over year and a 24% increase in operating profits. Much of that increase came on the back of the company's Sporting Group, which is set to be spun-off by the end of the year
    [*]Australia gives first-pass approval to update Nulka missile decoy
    The Australian government has given first-pass approval to update the Nulka active missile decoy system's launch capabilities, Australian Minister for Defence David Johnston announced on 29 July. The approval has been given under Phase 5B of project SEA 1397 and will include around AUD45 million
    [*]Austria's coalition government likely to avoid collapse but at the expense of substantive tax and structural reform
    Key Points Disputes within the Austrian ruling coalition primarily relate to two legislative issues: the 2014 budget shortfall and the structural reform of the state. Two scenarios could prompt a snap election: partisan acrimony could rise to such a level that the parties would be unable to agree
    [*]Belgium's incoming centre-right coalition government likely to strengthen separatist Flemish movement
    EVENT Last week the leaders of the Christian Democratic and Flemish (CD&V) and the liberal Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats (Open Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten: Open VLD) agreed to form a government with Flemish nationalist party New Flemish Alliance (Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie: N-VA) and
    [*]Boko Haram militants' evolving strategy in Nigeria opens up new fronts, as risk of suicide bombings rise
    Key Points Renewed links between Boko Haram and its radical jihadist offshoot Ansaru are driving a higher risk of further attacks taking place in Lagos and southern Nigeria. The use of suicide bombers, particularly female, is behind a rapidly rising rate of mass-casualty attacks and targeted
    [*]Brazilian company Flight Tech claims country's first UAV export deal
    Joining an increasingly crowded field of countries vying for sales in the international unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market, São Paulo based Flight Tech (FT Sistemas) announced a deal to provide Horus FT-100 Mini-UAVs to an undisclosed African nation. The company also did not disclose the
    [*]China prepares for first military exercise with Australia, US
    The People's Liberation Army (PLA) will begin joint preparations for a trilateral exercise with Australia and the United States, Chinese Ministry of National Defense spokesperson Geng Yansheng told reporters during a press briefing on 31 July. The unprecedented military drills, dubbed Exercise
    [*]Curtiss-Wright reports sales uptick

    Curtiss-Wright, a US aerospace and defence contractor, reported on 31 July that sales had increased 9% largely because of strong performance in the company's energy and commercial divisions. Defence sales slumped 1% for the second quarter of 2014 compared to the same period in 2013. Commercial
    [*]DR-MEADS demonstrates 'plug-and-fight' integration
    The tri-national Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) displayed its 'plug-and-fight' capability during a two-week test demonstration at Pratica di Mare Air Base, Italy, watched by several national delegations. Similar to the 'plug-and-play' features in modern computer hardware, this allows
    [*]Embraer reports strong defence sales growth for second quarter
    Brazilian defence and aerospace group Embraer reported strong sales and earnings growth for the second quarter of the year as a result of double-digit growth in its relatively new Defence & Security business. Defence & Security sales climbed 15% year on year to USD357 million for the three
    [*]Finmeccanica reports improved order book

    A series of large helicopter contracts increased Finmeccanica's new order intake by 43% during the first half of the year, although the Italian defence and security group was hit by the enforcement of a half billion euro bank guarantee relating to the Indian AW101 VIP helicopter programme during the
    [*]HDS and ATK sign ammo contracts

    Hellenic Defence Systems (HDS) signed a series of contracts with ATK on 30 July to provide HDS with production support as the company restructures. The first contract with ATK concerns the co-production of 94,670 30 mm combat rounds and 14,450 30 mm training rounds for the Greek Army Aviation's 29
    [*]L-3 investigating flawed aerospace accounting

    L-3 Communications, one of the largest US based defence companies, said on 31 July that is had discovered misconduct by employees that had resulted in understated costs on a fixed-price maintenance contract for the company's aerospace segment. L-3 chief executive officer Michael Strianese said that
    [*]Mexican Navy to invest USD125.5 million on shipyards
    Ministry of the Mexican Navy (SEMAR) will be spending USD125 million to modernise its two primary shipyards at Tampico and Salina Cruz, according to locally reported government planning documents. The plan calls for the funds to be spent through the end of December 2016. The two yards are the sites


    Tribunal obriga testemunha desempregada a fazer viagem de Coimbra a Loures… duas vezes

    Foram quase 100EUR, segundo contas que se podem fazer na Internet. O Tribunal entendeu que pelo sistema de videoconferência não se percebia a testemunha.
    Segundo a ex-arguida no julgamento, uma agente da PSP acusada de crimes que sempre negou, na primeira deslocação de Coimbra a Loures, “quando a testemunha estava a prestar declarações, a audiência foi parada a meio, e eles alegaram que foi falha no sistema, não sei se foi se não foi, porque a juíza não dispensou ninguém, quem dispensou as pessoas foi a secretária”. Desta forma, uma viagem de Coimbra a Loures foi feita assim em vão.
    A testemunha podia ser ouvida por videoconferência, mas no tribunal disseram que “precisavam da presença dela lá” e que “não abdicavam da presença dela lá”.
    À segunda vez a pessoa foi ouvida com sucesso, mas os cerca de 100EUR, das quatro viagens (duas de ida e duas de volta) ao que o Tugaleaks apurou, ainda não foi entregue à testemunha.
    As notificações à testemunha, que era abonatória, foram sempre feitas para uma morada errada, mesmo tendo sido indicada a morada actual.
    Este é o terminar do processo que o Tugaleaks tem acompanhado onde o Ministério Público perdeu documentos. Na altura, o documento perdido foi precisamente da testemunha que foi obrigada a fazer as quatro viagens para ser ouvida, enquanto um agente da PSP que morava em Lisboa a quem foi ordenada a sua apresentação ao Tribunal de Loures foi ouvido… em Coimbra. Ou seja, há testemunhas que podem ser ouvidas e estão empregadas, e outras desempregadas têm que fazer duas viagens de valores avultados. A dualidade de critérios não ficou indiferente à agora ex-arguida.
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    Ilibada, e agora?
    Depois de ser ilibada, a agente da PSP voltou ao trabalha no dia seguinte. Colocou férias, porque ainda tinha as férias do ano passado, pois a suspensão de funções fizeram com que as férias se acumulassem.
    A agente da PSP vai efectuar dois requerimentos, um para lhe serem pagos os retroactivos e outro para lhe devolverem a arma, mas espera que venham inicialmente recusados porque estas questões são sempre delicadas e “a PSP funciona assim”.
    Para Mário Andrade, do Sindicado dos Profissionais de Polícia (SPP-PSP), que não comentou o caso directamente, “estes processos têm implicações na vida profissional e pessoal do elemento pois fica privado de progredir na carreira (Ex. caso lhe coubesse ser promovido a promoção fica suspensa enquanto durar o processo. Finalizado o processo, seja por arquivamento ou considerado inocente, a situação remuneratória do elemento é reposta com efeitos retroativos à data da referida promoção. Esta retroactividade nunca vem repor a situação pois o elemento policial, à luz dos colegas, já foi penalizado”.
    Refere ainda, o sindicalista, que “independentemente da situação pessoal e familiar dos visados os processos, criminais ou disciplinares, devem correr com a celeridade possível a causar o menor prejuízo para os visado e de forma a que se consiga apurar as responsabilidades dos responsáveis“.
    A agente da PSP que tinha com um filho menor há sua guarda e que recebia pouco mais de 500EUR por mês devido à suspenção de funções, ficou mais de um ano à espera da justiça. Enquanto isso, eram perdidos documentos. Finalmente, mais de um ano depois, foi ilibada de todos os crimes.

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