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    Segurança e Ciências Forenses[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Aquisição de viaturas – forças de segurança (GNR-PSP)
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]Apesar de existir uma panóplia de meios que podem ser utilizados pelas forças de segurança para levarem a cabo as atribuições que constam das respetivas leis orgânicas, os meios auto são indispensáveis devido às suas potencialidades. O Ministro da Administração Interna, através do Despacho n.º 10308/2014, levando em linha de conta a necessidade de reforço do combate […]
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    Segurança e Ciências Forenses[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Radicalização islâmica
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]Durante o último fim de semana a imprensa fez referência ao denominado mapa do “Califado Islâmico”. Este terá sido colocado on line pelos jihadistas do Estado Islâmico e representará o seu projeto expansionista para os próximos cinco anos. Não se trata de algo longínquo, desengane-se quem pensar o contrário. Por isso, em Espanha fala-se de um Plano […]
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    Segurança e Ciências Forenses[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Auditor da Segurança Rodoviária
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]Considera-se Auditor de Segurança Rodoviária, a pessoa singular detentora de título profissional válido, a quem compete avaliar os estudos e projetos na ótica da segurança rodoviária. Por sua vez, as Auditorias de Segurança Rodoviária (ASR) consubstanciam-se no conjunto de procedimentos pormenorizados, sistemáticos e independentes, realizados nos termos da lei, destinados a incorporar de modo explícito […]
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    NATO / ACO

    SNMG2 Sailors volunteer while in Canada
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]12 Aug 2014
    While on a recent port visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia, sailors from Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 helped out at a local Habitat for Humanity warehouse.

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    INTERPOL / EUROPOL

    11 August 2014[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    INTERPOL Chief’s visit to Marshall Islands highlights country’s role in regional security

    09 August 2014[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.] [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    INTERPOL Chief visits Nauru to help empower police through global network


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    Germany wants foreign embassies to declare their spy employees

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    German authorities have asked that foreign embassies and consulates on German soil officially disclose the names of their personnel involved in intelligence work. German newsmagazine Der Spiegel said that the German Foreign Office has been systematically contacting consular authorities from every foreign nation located in Germany. In each case, the foreign consular representatives have been issued formal requests to release “through official diplomatic channels” an exhaustive list of names of their intelligence operatives operating in Germany under diplomatic cover. All foreign embassies and consulates had been contacted by last Wednesday, said the report. The requests stipulate that the lists must include all personnel working out of a foreign nation’s embassy or consulate, as well cultural institutes, military installations, commercial entities, or other institutions associated with a foreign country. It is generally assumed that a significant number of employees in embassies and consulates are intelligence personnel, working under diplomatic cover; they invariably hold titles such as “military attaché”, or “political officer”, and are generally protected with diplomatic immunity. A small number of these intelligence officers voluntarily make their presence known to the corresponding intelligence agency of their host country, and are thus officially declared and accredited with the government of the host nation. They typically act as points-of-contact between the embassy and the intelligence agency of the host nation on issues of common concern requiring cross-country collaboration or coordination. But the vast majority of intelligence personnel stationed at a foreign embassy or consulate operate without the official knowledge or consent of the host country. Governments generally accept this as a tacit rule in international intelligence work, which is why Berlin’s move is seen as highly unusual. Der Spiegel described it as an effort “towards more transparency”, aimed at “increasing the pressure on foreign intelligence services to disclose their activities in Germany”. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Germany’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, described the move as a diplomatic effort to establish trust between Berlin and its foreign partners. Read more of this post


    Soviet documents ‘identify New Zealand diplomat as KGB spy’

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    A batch of documents from the so-called ‘Mitrokhin archive’, which were made public late last week, have reportedly identified a former New Zealand senior diplomat as a Soviet spy. William Ball Sutch was born in 1907 and received a PhD in economics from Columbia University in the United States in 1932. Shortly afterwards, he returned to his native New Zealand in the midst of the Great Depression. At around that time he traveled to the Soviet Union, but showed no outward interest in communism. He entered government service, working for several departments, including the Ministry of Supply and the Department of Industries and Commerce, where he rose to the post of secretary in 1958. Prior to that, he had represented Wellington at the United Nations headquarters in New York in the early 1950s. He retired in 1965 as head of New Zealand’s Department of Industries and Commerce, and died in 1975. A year before his death, however, Sutch was the main subject in the most sensational spy scandal in New Zealand during the Cold War. He was arrested in a counterintelligence operation in Wellington while secretly meeting Dimitri Razgovorov, an officer of the Soviet KGB. Sutch, who had been monitored by the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) for quite some time prior to his arrest, was charged under the country’s Official Secrets Act. But eventually he was found not guilty after an eventful five-day trial, which took place amidst a media blitz in the Kiwi capital. Now, however, the Wellington-based Dominion Postnewspaper says it has acquired copies of internal KGB documents that identify Sutch as a KGB recruit. The Australian-owned newspaper says the documents are part of the massive archive transported to the United Kingdom in 1992 by the late Vasili Mitrokhin. Mitrokhin was a Soviet archivist for the KGB, who painstakingly copied tens of thousands of pages of the spy agency’s files prior to defecting to Britain following the dissolution of the USSR. The latest batch of papers, which were made public at Cambridge University’s Churchill College, indicate that the New Zealand diplomat worked for the KGB for 24 years prior to his 1974 arrest. Read more of this post





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    Image: Video: 2014 Belgian and Dutch mujahideen of Jabhat Al-Nusra organize a Dawah campaign in Syrian villages to win the hearts of the locals. (Click image to play.)
    The Base - De Basis:
    Examining the Growth of the Al-Qaeda Affiliate Group
    Jabhat Al-Nusra in The Netherlands and Belgium

    August 11, 2014

    Hardened European Jihadists Return Home from Syria

    Based on new TRAC evidence, there is the very real possibility that both Belgium and the Netherlands will serve as the entry point for injured, retreating and retiring European jihadists. Both nations have confirmed that roughly 50 of their nationals combined have already returned from Syria and Iraq (the actual figure is likely higher).

    While The Islamic State (IS) has dominated social media in propaganda, funding, and recruitment, Jabhat al-Nusra (JN) has been unable to capitalize on the same methods. The one notable exception is the largely unnoticed but hugely successful, "De Basis," a Dutch/Belgian support group of JN and the center of radicalized activities in Antwerp.
    The Dutch General Intelligence and Security Agency (AIVD) said in its June 2014 assessment of underground jihadist groups that they are stronger and more self-confident than ever. The agency said it was harder to track these groups as they become increasingly more "professionalized" through social media and are able to coordinate themselves without the need for a centralized authority.
    TRAC analysts Jeff Weyers and Michiel de Weger explain the urgency of Dutch and Belgian authorities to contain the influence of De Basis as more and more hardened Europeans return home to continue jihad in their respective countries.
    TRAC is offering this exclusive content, The Base - De Basis: Examining the Growth of the Al-Qaeda Affiliate Group Jabhat Al-Nusra in The Netherlands and Belgium forFIVE days only. This content includes reference points, such as:



    • Social Media: Recruitment, Financing and Propaganda assumedly

    • De Basis on Facebook

    • De Basis on Youtube

    • Other Jihadists Sites related to the Netherlands and Belgium

    To obtain more information on the ongoing operations of De Basis and returning jihadists, or to subscribe to TRAC, please [email=+hfenton@tracterrorism.org?subject=Free%20Trial%20Access]contact Hylda Fenton today[/email]. We also encourage you to view a collection of news clips and primary resource video releases, which can be accessed on our TRAC Focus Channels.

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    GLOBAL BRIEFING 2014
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    The International Crisis Group's Global Briefing is an exclusive two-day high-level event that will focus on major conflict flashpoints across the globe. Invited participants will have an opportunity to go beyond the headlines in discussions with more than 40 of Crisis Group’s field-based staff, senior staff, and Board members on the drivers of these conflicts and innovative strategies for their mitigation.
    DATE & LOCATION
    The fifth annual Global Briefing will be held Thursday 23 - Friday 24 October 2014 at The Hotel in Brussels, Belgium.
    AGENDA & FORMAT
    The Global Briefing’s two-day program consists of four plenary sessions and eight break-out panels that will provide timely insights on the lessons of 2014 and key issues for the year ahead. The complete agenda is available on our dedicated Global Briefing website.
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    [size=31]Iraq Nominates Shia Leader to Replace Nouri al-Maliki[/size]
    Iraq's political crisis heightened on Monday after the country's new president nominated Haidar al-Abadi, a member of the former premier's Shia-dominated party, to replace Nourial-Maliki as prime minister (FT). Al-Maliki, whom Washington helped install after the 2003 invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein, refused to concede power (Reuters) after deploying militias and special forces in the streets of Baghdad. The White House endorsed the nomination (AP), with Secretary of State John Kerry urging the prime minister-designate on Tuesday to form an inclusive government and offering U.S. aid (NYT) to fight the ISIS insurgency.
    Analysis
    "Now as Mr. Maliki reaches a moment of truth, either stepping down or trying to preserve power, Mr. Obama and the American government are trying to maneuver the Iraqi leader one last time in hopes of replacing him with a more reliable figure who can pull that fractious country together and work more collaboratively with Washington," writes Peter Baker for the New York Times.
    "What will the president do if we no longer have Maliki to kick around? That will be the moment of truth. Will we stick to a minimalist containment strategy designed to prevent ISIS from taking Erbil and murdering the Yazidis? Or will we implement a much more ambitious strategy to enable the defeat of ISIS? I believe the U.S. must opt for the latter option," writes CFR's Max Boot for Commentary.
    "Washington cannot ignore Isis, a growing global threat that could pose greater risks to America than al-Qaida did in its heyday. But if Obama really wants to pass the fight against Isis on to local forces, he will have to bolster— not just tacitly support— the Kurdish peshmerga," writes Cale Salih for the Guardian.
     
    PACIFIC RIM
    U.S. to Increase Navy Presence in Australia
    The United States plans to bolster its air and navy presence in northern Australia (Reuters)and integrate Australian warships into its ballistic-missile defense systems in Northeast Asia (SMH), according to reports. The news comes as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Secretary of State John Kerry visit Sydney for defense talks.
    INDONESIA: Indonesia's president-elect Joko Widodo, who won a resounding electoral victory last month, said his country was ready to serve as an intermediary and quell rising tensions over the South China Sea disputes (AFP).
    CFR's Karen Brooks reflects on what Indonesia's recent election means for its democracy in this expert brief.
     
    SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIA
    Modi Accuses Pakistan of Proxy War in Kashmir
    Indian prime minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of waging a proxy war (AFP) in Kashmir on a trip to the remote Himalayan town of Kargil, where more than 1,000 troops died in a battle there fifteen years ago. Modi is the first Indian prime minister to visit the town since the fighting.
    This CFR Crisis Guide lends background to the Kashmir conflict.
    BANGLADESH: After an eleven-day hunger strike, garment workers in Bangladeshi factories that supplied clothes for Walmart and other retailers finally received their wages on Sunday (Guardian).
     
    MIDDLE EAST
    Egypt Faces Human Rights Report
    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi left for Russia on Tuesday to meet with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and discuss bilateral and economic cooperation (al-Arabiya). Meanwhile, Human Rights Watch called for an international commission of inquiry into mass killings in Egypt last summer, saying they likely amount to crimes against humanity (AP).
     
    AFRICA
    Liberia to Receive Experimental Ebola Drug
    The Liberian government said that the United States has approved a request to ship anexperimental Ebola drug (al-Jazeera), ZMapp, to the country after a direct appeal to U.S. president Barack Obama on Friday. The drug has already been used to treat two U.S. aid workers and a Spanish priest infected with the virus.
    SOUTH SUDAN: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday criticized warring sides in South Sudan for missing a recent deadline that would have set up a transitional government (VOA).
     
    EUROPE
    Russia Sends Aid Convoy to Ukraine
    Russia has deployed 280 trucks with relief goods to Ukraine in a move that will likely raise fears that Moscow will use the humanitarian cause as a pretext for invading the east (FT). Western governments previously warned that any unilateral mission by Russia would be seen as an invasion.
    Mounting fears of Russian aggression in Eastern Europe are lending new significance to NATO, explains this CFR Backgrounder.
    KOSOVO: Kosovo police arrested at least forty people (WSJ) suspected of being domestic militants who fought in Syria and Iraq. The move is the biggest initiative yet against suspected militants in Kosovo.
     


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