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    INTEL

    Russian jet ‘chased US spy plane into Swedish airspace’

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By IAN ALLEN | intelNews.org
    An American spy plane was forced to enter Swedish airspace without permission in order to avoid a potentially serious encounter with a Russian military jet, which tried to intercept it in international airspace. Swedish news agency Svenska Dagbladet said on Monday that the incident happened on July 18, one day after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine. According to Swedish sources, the US plane was an RC-135 Rivet Joint reconnaissance aircraft, which had been flying in international airspace on an eavesdropping mission, collecting signals intelligence on Russian military positions. All of a sudden, however, the American pilot noticed that Russian land-based military radars had begun to track the plane. Eventually, the Russians “locked” their radar on the US plane, which is usually interpreted as a step before firing at the aircraft. Such a move is not illegal, but is described by experts as “highly unusual”, especially when involving unarmed aircraft flying in international airspace. Shortly afterwards, the Russian Air Force sent “at least one” fighter jet toward the US aircraft in an apparent effort to intercept it. Swedish officials were later told by their US counterparts that the American pilot became seriously concerned that his aircraft might get fired upon, so he decided to abort his mission as soon as he could. He therefore ended up flying the plane over Sweden’s airspace without approval from Swedish air controllers. It is believed that the US plane may have crossed into other nations’ airspace, also without permission. Stephan Persson Tyrling, director of air operations at Sweden’s National Defense College, told Svenska Dagbladet that “Russia may have felt provoked” and embarked on an interception operation in order to “tell the US that they flew too close to their airspace or interfered with their [military] exercises”. Read more of this post
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    [size=31]Japan Marks Hiroshima Bombing Amid New Defense Debate[/size]
    Japan commemorated the sixty-ninth anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Wednesday, with tens of thousands gathering for peace ceremonies (AP). Mayor Kazumi Matsui gave a speech that called on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government to bridge differences between nuclear states in the quest for global disarmament, although he refrained from directly mentioning the issue of Japan'scollective self-defense (JapanTimes). The anniversary comes as the country remains divided over Abe's controversial cabinet decision to reinterpret the constitution (AFP), allowing the country's military to defend foreign countries and play a greater role overseas. The 1945 Hiroshima bombing killed around 140,000 people, prompting Japan's surrender in World War II.
    Analysis
    "With his sights set on reinterpreting Japan's postwar constitution, Abe has run intoconsiderable domestic resistance. But the changes in Japanese politics run deeper than party rivalry and legislative contention," writes Sheila Smith for CFR.
    "In short, the Japanese public appears anxious about separating from the past, but equally convinced of the need to prepare for the future. The debates over amendments to as many as 15 existing bills in the fall and winter will hinge on how well Abe portrays his policies in the latter affirmative context," write Michael Green and Jeffrey W. Hornung for The Diplomat.
    "After all, the new interpretation of the peace clause became possible only because so few Japanese people remember what the last war was like. It is hard to see how such forgetfulness will contribute to peace and security," writes Norihiro Kato for the New York Times.
     
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Explore CFR’s Interactive on the Sunni-Shia Divide
    Sectarian conflict is becoming entrenched in a growing number of Muslim countries. Tensions between Sunnis and Shias could reshape the future Middle East. Click on the Sunni-Shia Divide to learn more.
    PACIFIC RIM
    City in Xinjiang Bans Beards and Hijabs
    A city in China's western Xinjiang province has banned beards and Islamic clothing from public buses, prompting outrage from a Uighur rights group (SCMP). Xinjiang, home to China's mostly Muslim Uighur minority, has seen a spate of clashes between locals and security forces that have killed hundreds in the past year.
    This CFR Backgrounder sheds light on the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, a Muslim separatist group founded by militant Uighurs that China has blamed for stoking violence.
     
    SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIA
    U.S. General Killed in Afghan Attack
    An insider attack by a suspect believed to be an Afghan soldier killed a U.S. general and injured more than a dozen people, including a German general, at a training center in Kabul on Tuesday (Reuters). Officials said the U.S. general, Major General Harold Greene, was the most senior U.S. military official killed in action overseas since the Vietnam War.
    PAKISTAN: Pakistan's air force killed at least 30 militants (PTI) in an attack on the restive North Waziristan tribal region during a military offensive to clear the area of local and foreign militants.
     
    MIDDLE EAST
    Gaza Ceasefire Holds
    A cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian factions including Hamas held into a second day as delegations prepared for Cairo negotiations that aim to produce a longer-term truce(al-Jazeera). International Mideast envoy Tony Blair was in Cairo to meet with Egypt's foreign minister and Arab League officials on Wednesday.
    CFR's Elliott Abrams discusses Hamas' financial situation in this new blog post.
    IRAN: Iran's foreign ministry said there was still no new information about the Washington Post reporter detained with three others, including his wife and two photojournalists, last month in Tehran (AP).
     
    AFRICA
    Ebola Summit Begins
    World Health Organization experts are convening in Geneva, Switzerland for a two-day conference to discuss new measures in tackling the Ebola outbreak (BBC). Discussions will include the decision on whether to declare a global health emergency, which could impose travel restrictions on affected areas.
    CFR's Laurie Garrett discusses the significance of the WHO meeting and the need for global leadership in confronting the outbreak, on this conference call with CFR's John Campbell.
    AFRICA: President Barack Obama held the keynote conference of his three-day U.S.-Africa Summit, convening nearly fifty African leaders with American investors (NYT).
     
    EUROPE
    Scotland Debates Independence
    Scotland held a televised debate on the question of independence on Tuesday (Guardian), roughly six weeks before a September referendum that will determine whether Scotland breaks its 307-year union with England. The pro-independence camp, the Scottish National Party, has been trailing in opinion polls.
    RUSSIA: Russia sharply increased its troop and vehicle presence on the eastern border of Ukraine (FT) in the past few days, raising fears of an invasion to stop the Ukrainian army's recent advances against pro-Russian separatists.
    Putin seems to be angling for invasion, CFR's Janine Davidson writes in this blog post.
     
    AMERICAS
    Brazil Denies Stagflation
    Brazil's central bank chief Alexandre Tombini defended Brazil's economy on Tuesday, saying is was far from any "stagflation" and forecasted "reasonable" growth levels in 2015. Some economists and investors have criticized Brazil's mounting inflation and halting growth ahead of the October presidential elections (MercoPress).
    UNITED STATES: Government officials announced that three temporary shelters that have housed almost 8,000 immigrant youths at military bases in California, Oklahoma and Texas will close in the next eight weeks (LATimes).

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    Afinal, Havia Outro… “Snowden is not alone”
    Posted: 06 Aug 2014 05:59 AM PDT
    É oficial: há um novo “Edward Snowden”. As autoridades dos EUA concluíram que há pelo menos outro delator a revelar segredos classificados sobre os programas de vigilância do governo norte-americano… Dustin Volz National Journal 4:24 PM ET It’s Official: There Is a New Edward Snowden Edward Snowden is not alone.Authorities have concluded there is at least one [...]
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    Tiltrotor: Chegou o Assassino do Helicóptero
    Posted: 06 Aug 2014 05:54 AM PDT
    Sabe o que é um Tiltrotor? À primeira vista, parece uma máquina estranha mas vai longe (mais que duplica o raio de acção do héli H-60 Blackhawk…), mais rápido, mais seguro, carrega mais do dobro de combatentes que o H-60 (24 contra 11…) e, numa palavra, é melhor. Diz quem sabe que o Tiltrotor não [...]
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    Segredos de Samuel Becket como espião na Resistência Francesa à Alemanha Nazi
    Posted: 06 Aug 2014 05:51 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> O biógrafo de Samuel Beckett revela segredos do tempo do escritor como um espião na Resistência Francesa. James Knowlson recorda como o escritor irlandês arriscou  a própria vida pela liberdade e, por pouco, escapou à captura pela Gestapo.  Quando confrontado com a ocupação nazi de França e com o que estavam [...]
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    Japão apaixonou-se pelos Drones
    Posted: 06 Aug 2014 05:37 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> O Japão apaixonou-se pelos drones norte-americanos e tem-se posicionado como um dos players mais  improváveis ​​na corrida global ao desenvolvimento de drones militares. Uma ambição, sustentada no forte caráter inovador japonês, que gera controvérsia, tanto internamente como no exterior. Há quem fale num “renascimento do pré-guerra”, apoiado pelos EUA, que têm [...]
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    NATO / ACO

    Video Intensive Training Exercise, CTV News interview with Rear Admiral Brad Williamson
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]6 Aug 2014
    Commander Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 (COMSNMG2), Rear Admiral Brad Williamson gave an interview to CTV News Atlantic Halifax (Canada) reporter Kayla Hounsell on Tuesday 6 August 2014. During which he explained that the group had conducted intensive training exercises in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean prior to the port visit in Halifax and on sailing, they will continue to exercise with US and Canadian forces.

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    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Segredo de Estado
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]I O Regime do Segredo de Estado foi aprovado pela Lei Orgânica n.º 2/2014, de 06 de agosto[1], a qual procede também à vigésima primeira alteração ao Código de Processo Penal e à trigésima primeira alteração ao Código Penal e revoga a Lei n.º 6/94, de 7 de abril[2] que do antecedente regulava esta matéria. […]
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    UNODC marks first human trafficking day with call for countries to step up fight against this crime
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    Today the United Nations marked the first World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Human trafficking is a global problem and one of the world's most shameful crimes, affecting the lives of millions of people around the world. Traffickers deceive women, men and children from all corners of the world and force them into exploitative situations every day.[size=12][Read More]
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    Global Container Control Programme delivers solid successes against global illicit trafficking
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    The Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Mr. Yury Fedotov, and the Secretary General of the World Customs Organization, Mr. Kunio Mikuriya, met in Vienna on 29 July 2014 to discuss the significant achievements of the UNODC/WCO co-managed Global Container Control Programme, which is in operation in 20 countries.[size=12][Read More]
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    [*]RMN dispatches survey ship to Indian Ocean for MH370 search
    A Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) survey vessel has departed its base in Lumut, Perak, for the southern Indian Ocean on 4 August in the country's continued search for a Boeing 777 airliner that disappeared in March 2014. The 1,900-tonne survey ship, KD Mutiara , set sail with a crew of 137 and
    [*]US looking to upgrade ISR kit on Nigerien DA42MPP aircraft
    The US government is seeking a supplier to upgrade the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities on two aircraft operated by Niger. The draft statement of work (SOW) issued by the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) covers the upgrade of ISR equipment on a pair of Diamond

    [*]Russia orders Ka-52K helicopters for Mistral-class LHDs
    Russia has ordered a batch of Kamov Ka-52K 'Hokum B' naval attack helicopters for the Russian Navy's Mistral-class landing helicopter dock (LHD) vessels. Speaking to IHS Jane's , a Russian defence industry source stated that the order included 32 Ka-52K helicopters. These will be built by Progress
    [*]Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for missile and mortar attacks in Israel
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing 15 missiles and mortar shells at unspecified cities in Israel earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.
    [*]Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for missile attack in the Gaza Strip
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing seven missiles at Israeli military forces in the Shujaiyya neighbourhood in Gaza City in the Gaza Strip earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.
    [*]Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for mortar attack in the Gaza Strip
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing four mortar shells at Israeli military forces in the city of Beit Hanoun in the Gaza Strip earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.
    [*]Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for rocket and missile attack in Israel
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing two rockets at the Aby Matbeeq military base in an unspecified location in Israel earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.
    [*]Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claim responsibility for rocket and missile attack in Israel's Southern
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing four rockets at areas of Eshkol Regional Council in Israel's Southern District earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.
    [*]Al-Mujahideen Brigades claim responsibility for mortar attack in the Gaza Strip
    IN A STATEMENT released on 2 August, the Al-Mujahideen Brigades, politically affiliated with Fatah, claimed responsibility for firing three mortar shells targeting the Malaka Israeli military site in the Gaza Strip earlier that day, Maan News Agency reported.


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