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    ISIS views spread in Balkans as Kosovo police nab 40 militants

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By IAN ALLEN | intelNews.org
    Over 40 people have been arrested in Kosovo on strong suspicion of maintaining close links with the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. Authorities in the small Balkan nation said the Monday arrests were part of “a major police operation” aimed at preventing Kosovar citizens from joining the violent Islamist group. Kosovo gained independence from Serbia in 2008, following several revolts and uprisings in the 1990s. The vast majority of its citizens are ethnic Albanians, most of whom practice Islam. However the lifestyle of its largely pro-American population remains markedly secular. Observers have thus been startled by reports that an estimated 100 to 200 Kosovars have so far traveled to Syria and Iraq to join the Islamic State, known previously as the State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS. Last week, an 18-year-old Islamic State volunteer from Kosovo was reported killed in Syria; he was the 16th Kosovar member of the Islamist group to have been killed in the field of battle. There is allegedly footage on YouTube showing Lavdrim Muhaxheri, the commander of the Kosovar Islamic State members decapitating an Iraqi teenager. Aside from the detention of 40 suspects, the Monday crackdown is believed to have netted significant numbers of weapons and ammunition discovered in more than 60 locations around the country. Police said that the dates of birth of the arrestees range from 1962 to 1994. Authorities are looking for more suspects who were “not found at their homes” during the countrywide crackdown, while many Muslim clerics are also being investigated for links to radical Islamist groups. The 40 that are in custody are now being questioned under procedures recently established by the Kosovo Penal Code, designed to protect “constitutional order and security in the Republic” of Kosovo. Reports from the tiny Balkan nation suggest that its parliament is preparing to pass national legislation forbidding citizens form joining foreign armed movements. A prison sentence of up to 15 years is being considered for those who do so. It is worth noting that Albanian is among the primary languages into which the Islamic State’s Arabic-language proclamations are usually translated by the militants —the others being Russian, Turkish, English and French.


    [size=31] France Arms Kurds as U.S. Advisers Arrive in Iraq[/size]
    In a surprise announcement, France said Wednesday morning it will send arms "in the coming hours" to Kurdish forces in Iraq to aid in their fight against ISIS (AP). The announcement comes a day after the European Union failed to establish a common policy on the issue, agreeing only that individual states could—in agreement with Baghdad—send weapons to Kurdish forces (NYT). Meanwhile, the Obama administration deployed another 130 military advisers (FT) to the Kurdish capital of Erbil on Tuesday in what the Pentagon described as a "temporary mission" to assess the humanitarian crisis and help trapped Yazidi civilians on Sinjar mountain.
    "There is still an opportunity to draw back from the brink. Iraq is now in the process of replacing its prime minister. What Iraq sorely needs is a transformational leader of Faisal's caliber—one that can navigate the potentially devastating storms that are gathering and shift Iraqis away from the mind-set that views the redressing of wrongs as vengeance and equates the loss of absolute power with complete powerlessness," writes Ali Allawi for theNew York Times.
    "In other words, Obama's moves do not amount to a resumption of the Iraq war but rather a necessary response, not only to a humanitarian crisis but to a mortal danger facing a vital ally," writes Fred Kaplan for Slate.
    "The US should carry out sustained attacks on Isis in both Iraq and Syria. The border is irrelevant; what is essential is that Isis is slowed and weakened. Economic and especially military aid to the Kurds holding the line against Isis should be increased and sped up," writes CFR President Richard N. Haass for the Financial Times.
    Japan Suffers Economic Contraction
    Japan saw a sharp fall in consumer spending (FT) in the second quarter after an increase in the national sales tax, marking the country's worst economic contraction since the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The government reported an annualized 6.8 percent decline in gross domestic product on Wednesday.
    This CFR Backgrounder explains Abenomics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's three-pronged approach to jumpstart the Japanese economy.
    INDONESIA: Indonesia, the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation, is stepping up its counter-terrorism efforts to combat potential backlash from Indonesians joining violent jihadi groups in Syria and Iraq (FT).
    Pakistan Responds to Modi Comments on Kashmir
    Pakistan's foreign office on Wednesday said that Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's comments on Kashmir were "most unfortunate," and engaged in a "blame game." Modi was reported to have accused Pakistan of engaging in a proxy war on a visit to Kargilearlier this week (Dawn).
    MYANMAR: Myanmar is in preliminary talks to net its first credit rating, the Wall Street Journal reported (WSJ). The rating would allow an eventual debut global-bond sale by a country still recovering from decades of military rule.
    Israel-Hamas Talks Continue
    Egypt presented a cease-fire proposal to Israeli and Palestinian parties early Wednesday after negotiators gathered for a second day of talks aimed at resolving the month-long crisis (Haaretz). Negotiators in Cairo are addressing the issue of the Israeli Gaza blockade(al-Jazeera) as the clock runs down.
    UN Threatens South Sudan With Sanctions
    United Nation Security Council envoys warned South Sudan's warring leaders of sanctions if the civil war, which has pushed the young nation to the brink of famine, perpetuates (al-Jazeera). Representatives of the council, which was in the capital of Juba for a two-day mission, are also due to meet rebel chief Riek Machar.
    MOZAMBIQUE: Mozambique's parliament approved an amnesty law that will allow opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama to sign a peace accord with President Armando Guebuza and run in an October 15 election (Reuters).
    Ukraine Refuses Entry to Russian Convoy
    Ukraine said it will refuse entry (KyivPost) to a convoy of 280 Russian trucks carrying humanitarian aid to the east of the country, citing it as a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty and international law.
    In Ukraine, the United States seeks an outcome that may not be achievable, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass in this op-ed.
    SPAIN: Spain's interior ministry said that more than 1,200 migrants entered Spain illegally by sea over two days (BBC); as a response, Spain increased defenses at the borders of two territories in North Africa.
    Venezuela Closes Borders
    Venezuela's government instituted a nightly closure of all crossings along the 1,370-mile border to Colombia in a bid to prevent the flow of contraband fuels and foods to Colombia(LATimes). Venezuela loses roughly fourteen percent of its gasoline production in contraband sales, mostly to Colombia and Brazil.
    COLOMBIA: Colombia's military said it is deploying more troops to the eastern province of Arauca, a rebel stronghold, to counter a recent spate of attacks (BBC).


    Reprinted August. 13. 2014 by All Africa, The Daily Maverick and Defence Web
    Research from the Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium (TRAC) indicates that the Islamic State returned the favour, actually sending fighters of Libyan origin – now trained and battle hardened – to assist Ansar al-Sharia in taking Benghazi. It was shortly after this decision was reached, on 22 July 2014, that the fighting in Benghazi intensified.
    ‘Ansar al-Sharia in Libya is an important ally for the Islamic State in expanding its presence and influence into Maghreb countries,’ said Jasmine Opperman, a TRAC director. ‘Such an alliance will allow the Islamic State to influence and direct the establishment of a smaller Islamic caliphate in Libya as a first step in expanding it into the Maghreb.’



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    INTERPOL training in Indonesia supports police in investigating migrant smuggling

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    Albanian fugitive targeted by INTERPOL arrested in Ecuador


    NATO / ACO

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Transatlantic cooperation in focus as Secretary General visits Iceland
    NATO’s unique role as a forum for transatlantic cooperation was a key theme of talks as Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Iceland on Wednesday (13 August). “The transatlantic relationship is at the heart of NATO. The cooperation between North America and Europe which makes our citizens safer, and our countries stronger. And Iceland embodies that transatlantic relationship,” he said.

    NATO's Shipping Centre - Weekly Piracy Update
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]13 Aug 2014
    The NATO Shipping Centre (NSC) is the link between NATO naval forces and the merchant shipping community. Permanently manned by NATO, the NSC is the primary point of contact for the exchange of merchant shipping information between NATO's military authorities and the international shipping community.


    Instituição de Investigação em Direito Penal Europeu - EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW ACADEMIC ASOCIATION NETWORK
    A European Criminal Law Association Network
    Réseau Académique de droit pénal Européen

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    "The European Criminal Law Academic Network "ECLAN" was created by the Institute for European Studies (IEE)of the ULB  [Institut d'études européennes de l'Université libre de Bruxelles - IEE] in December 2004. It is funded by the European Commission (AGIS Programme) and both the Ministries of Justice in Luxembourg and Belgium. The network is coordinated by Anne Weyembergh and Serge  de Biolley. 

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    The network's aim is to facilitate and strengthen research and academic education in the field of European criminal law. It also aims to bring together academics and researchers in the field to facilitate collaborations and synergies between universities and research centres.
    Whiled Developing progressively, ECLAN gathers since November 2006, 32 contact points (27 Member States + Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland) and more than 100 members from several EU Member States. The network has developed a website ([Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver este link.] containing, in addition to a directory of network members, relevant information on the area of European criminal law: legislation, publications, academic articles, case law, events .... The network organizes various activities (meeting points of contact, conferences, summer schools ...) and leads, in partnership with other institutions, various projects on the field".

    , http://www.iee-ulb.eu/en/european-criminal-law-academic-network-eclan

    SIS e SIED - Alterações legislativas

    DR 155 SÉRIE I de 2014-08-13

    Lei Orgânica n.º 4/2014
    Assembleia da República
    Quinta alteração à Lei n.º 30/84, de 5 de setembro, que aprova a Lei Quadro do Sistema de Informações da República Portuguesa

    Lei n.º 50/2014
    Assembleia da República
    Primeira alteração à Lei n.º 9/2007, de 19 de fevereiro, que estabelece a orgânica do Secretário-Geral do Sistema de Informações da República Portuguesa, do Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa (SIED) e do Serviço de Informações de Segurança (SIS) e revoga os Decretos-Leis n.os 225/85, de 4 de julho e 254/95, de 30 de setembro


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    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Sistema de Informações da República Portuguesa
    by Segurança e Ciências Forenses
    [ltr]A partir de finais de julho de 2011 sucessivas rajadas de notícias, relacionadas com alegadas fugas de informações nos serviços de informações portugueses, fustigaram a sociedade portuguesa[1]. A estes serviços incumbe assegurar, no respeito da Constituição e da lei, a produção de informações necessárias à preservação da segurança interna e externa, bem como à independência […]
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    A unicidade do TCIC
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    Fui dos que afirmei publicamente que o Tribunal Central de Instrução Criminal deveria voltar, no seu funcionamento interno, ao modelo com que já operara, o de um juiz para a prática dos actos jurisdicionais em sede de inquérito e um outro para a fase de instrução.
    O regime que vigorava nos últimos tempos era o de impor ao mesmo e único juiz o dever se avaliar da legalidade dos actos que ele próprio praticara em sede de inquérito - quando arguida a sua invalidade através da instrução - e tudo decidir sem recurso.
    Não estando em causa a probidade das pessoas, nem a fulanização da questão, sim uma questão de princípio, nunca me convenci de que este sistema fosse compatível com a Lei Fundamental apesar de o Tribunal Constitucional o ter viabilizado, pois nele cumulava-se na mesma entidade judicial a competência para o acto e para a sua sindicância, pondo em causa um pilar fundamental da estruturação do judiciário que é a terciarização face ao caso; isto para além das garantias defesa, que já quase se tornou argumento anémico na actual conjuntura jurídica. Isto para além de supor que a avaliação indiciária em sede de instrução pudesse ser outra quando imposta a respectiva apreciação a um magistrado que fora densificando a sua íntima convicção através dos actos que autorizara, a que presidira e que praticara, como o interrogatório de arguido detido, as intercepções de comunicações, as buscas.
    Mais: não compreendi que fosse exigível a um magistrado o esforço acrescido de distanciamento para que, desligando-se do envolvimento que tivesse tido no inquérito, conhecer com a isenção e independência a que está adstrito, o que dera como adquirido pelo seu prévio activo envolvimento com o caso. 
    Isto até porque o legislador, ao blindar e brindar com a irrecorribilidade a pronúncia obediente à acusação do Ministério Público, criava, em geral para todas as instruções e não apenas para as daquele Tribunal, uma questão de consciência pessoal: expor a decisão instrutória a recurso, distanciando-a do objecto configurado pelo Ministério Público ou conformá-la nos precisos termos em que este o delineara o caso, garantindo-lhe assim, através do conformismo, estabilidade e, sobretudo, intangibilidade.
    Apercebo-me que o problema pode ter perdido actualidade pela nomeação de outro magistrado para aquele tribunal. Resta saber se, em termos da competência funcional, se trata da mera repartição de processos, se de divisão de competência por fases.
    É que, ante o que leio - e confesso que leio pouco - parece-me que se está a centrar o problema em termos duplamente inaceitáveis: ou como o fim de um regime de suspeição sobre quem desempenhou funções ou como uma mera partilha da massa processual que por ali se tramita, oriunda do DCIAP que goza do benefício de ter aquele tribunal privativo, o que, só por si, é também uma outra questão; ou como uma mera questão de divisão do excesso de processos, como se de uma questão de gestão burocrática se tratasse.

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    A situação do conflito Israel/Palestina poderia alterar-se se as partes vissem qualquer vantagem em fazer concessões mas não se imagina que isso possa acontecer proximamente. Israel não vendo qualquer espaço de entendimento com o Hamas não vai fazer concessões que comprometeriam o que tem conseguido ao longo do tempo para reduzir a vulnerabilidade da sua geografia. Essa vulnerabilidade, não lhe permite, no curto prazo, aceitar o levantamento do bloqueio à Faixa de Gaza sem o compromisso do Hamas em renunciar à violência e a aceitação da sua desmilitarização prévia.
    Do lado palestiniano, o grande obstáculo continua a girar à volta da recusa do Hamas em reconhecer o Estado de Israel. É preciso lembrar, em qualquer caso, que o problema central em cima da mesa é a criação do Estado Palestiniano e aí surge o problema do regresso de Israel às fronteiras de 1967 e a ocupação do West Bank, que o Governo israelita insiste em consolidar, não obstante a condenação internacional que essa postura tem gerado. Este assunto coloca Israel em confronto também com a Autoridade da Palestina.
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    [*]Bahrain orders latest Kornet ATGW
    Bahrain will be the first user of the Kornet-EM anti-tank guided weapon (ATGW) system, the ITAR-TASS news agency cited Anatoly Isaykin, the director general of the Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport, as saying on 12 August. The Kornet-EM is a vehicle-mounted system with two retractable
    [*]UK Chinook helicopters to help in Iraqi aid mission

    The UK is to deploy "a small number" of Boeing Chinook heavy-lift helicopters to help with the humanitarian mission in northern Iraq, the government announced on 12 August. The helicopters are part of a growing UK commitment to help refugees fleeing Islamic State (IS) fighters around
    [*]Army chooses Sikorsky-Boeing and Bell for JMR helo demos
    Key Points The army has chosen Sikorsky-Boeing and Bell teams to build helicopter demonstrators for the JMR programme Flight demonstrations are expected in 2017 as a precursor to FVL, which would field aircraft by the mid-2030s The US Army has selected a Sikorsky-Boeing team and Bell Helicopter
    [*]Japanese MoD denies reports of 2015 first flight for ATD-X prototype
    The Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD)'s Technical Research and Development Institute (TRDI) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have both dismissed news reports that the Advanced Technology Demonstrator-X (ATD-X) fighter prototype will make its maiden flight in January 2015. The Mainichi Shimbun
    [*]Paramount's AHRLAC makes its first flight

    What is being billed as Africa’s first wholly designed and built military aircraft, the Paramount Group’s Advanced High-Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC), reached a significant milestone with its maiden flight on 7 August. The aircraft makes its 'official public' first
    [*]Russia cancels Syrian S-300 deal

    The S-300 air defence systems that Syria ordered from Russia will probably now be scrapped after the cancellation of the deal, Konstantin Buryulin, the deputy director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, told the Interfax-AVN military news agency. "This decision [to
    [*]Afghan Air Force starts breaking up unwanted C-27As

    The scrapping of the Afghan Air Force's (AAF) C-27A medium transport aircraft fleet has begun barely five years after the first two C-27As were delivered. The original deal, brokered by the US Air Force, saw the AAF order 20 30-year-old former Italian Air Force G222s that had been stored at Pisa
    [*]AQAP claims killing at least 50 soldiers in Yemen's Hadhramaut
    AL-QAEDA in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed on 10 August on a purportedly affiliated Twitter account that they had killed at least 50 soldiers during an alleged small-arms and suicide attack at a military headquarters in the city of Seiyoun in Yemen's Hadhramaut governorate on 7 August, Xinhua
    [*]Arrest of two French journalists underlines risk of detention and discrimination against foreigners in Indonesia's Papua region
    EVENT Police in Papua province said on 12 August that they were still questioning two French television journalists who were arrested on 6 August for allegedly misusing their tourist visas. Deputy Chief of Papua Regional Police Brigadier General Paulus Waterpauw said on 12 August that there were
    [*]Attack on cash transport helicopter underlines robbery risks in northeast Colombia
    EVENT A helicopter transporting money to a bank in the town of Teorama in Colombia's northeastern department of Norte de Santander was attacked by unidentified assailants yesterday (12 August). Two police officers and a security guard were killed in the incident and at least three others,
    [*]Aviation must adapt after MH17

    While there has been much concern over the implications for commercial aviation after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down on 17 July, it was not the first civilian aircraft to fall into harm's way due to geopolitical disputes. On 1 September 1983, for instance, Korean Air Lines Flight
    [*]Belarus defence industry reveals growth in H1

    Belarus' defence industry increased production by 24% in the first half of the year, the State Committee for Military Industry (Goskomvoenprom) announced on 11 August. Belarusian exports more than doubled compared with H1 2013, with revenues from exports increasing by 118% in 2014. Companies
    [*]Bolivia to fund military through hydrocarbon taxes

    Bolivia's President Evo Morales announced on 8 August that the government is to create a fund to finance the development of the country's military. The fund, expected to be launched in 2015, is to be financed by proceeds from the country's Impuesto Directo a los Hidrocarburos (Direct Tax on
    [*]Chadian president attempts to consolidate power in response to border threats and upcoming election
    EVENT Yesterday (12 August 2014), opposition newspaper Tchadanthropus speculated that President Idriss Déby Itno would implement a government reshuffle to remove Prime Minister Kalzeubet Deubet, as well as several cabinet members. This would be the second reshuffle this year after five in
    [*]Cobra King begins at-sea ballistic missile launch-detection mission
    The missile range instrumentation ship USNS Howard O Lorenzen (T-AGM 25), equipped with the Cobra King radar, has achieved operational status and is now the newest sea component of the US Department of Defense's (DoD's) Cobra programme to monitor international ballistic missile launches. The VT
    [*]Continued police operations to track alleged Islamist radicals highlight elevated risk of terrorism in Kosovo
    EVENT On 12 August 2014, Kosovan police announced that 17 people were still at large following a police operation that led to the arrest of 40 suspected Islamist radicals on 11 August. The arrested men and the fugitives are suspected of having fought with Islamist militants in Syria, although they
    [*]Draft RfP for new missile defence radar seeks cost estimate for three systems
    The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) released a draft Request for Proposals (RfP) on 8 August for the planned Long-Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) that will provide persistent midcourse ballistic missile defense (BMD) against threats in all phases of flight. The draft document seeks cost estimates
    [*]DynCorp CEO departs after less than a month

    DynCorp chief executive officer S. Gordon Walsh has departed from the company after less than one month at the helm. DynCorp said in a statement on 8 August that Walsh's departure was not related to the company's performance. He was replaced in the interim by Dyncorp board member James Geisler.
    [*]Forgacs to diversify through Broens acquisition (COPY TO JDW BIZ)
    Naval shipbuilder Forgacs has acquired fellow Australian company Broens, a precision-engineering services group with production facilities in New South Wales (NSW) and South Australia, it was announced on 13 August. The acquisition will see Broens, a subcontractor on the Lockheed Martin F-35
    [*]HAL aims for 80% local content in Tejas

    India's Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) aims to boost the indigenous content of components and systems fitted onto the long-delayed HAL Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), the state-owned company has stated. At a conference for LCA subcontractors on 12 August, HAL said that it is targeting 80%

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