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    Committee Meeting on Measures to Prevent the Movement of Terrorists
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    CTC High-level Open Briefing on Preventing the Misuse of Travel Documents by Terrorists and on Activities to Prevent Terrorism. (From the right side of Podium) CTC Chair Murmokaitė, CTED Executive Director Laborde, INTERPOL Secretary-General Noble and CTED Deputy Executive Director Chen.

    The Counter-Terrorism Committee of the Security Council held on 25 April a briefing at United Nations Headquarters on preventing the misuse by terrorists of travel documents and on terrorism prevention activities. 

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    CTED and Tony Blair Faith Foundation urge greater emphasis on education in counter-terrorism strategies
    International experts meeting at the United Nations agreed Thursday on the need to promote a more prominent role for education in countering terrorism and violent extremism.

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    Terrorists Acting Alone or in Small Cells: A Growing Concern 
    Terrorists acting alone or in small cells present a number of challenges for law enforcement and judicial authorities. First, they are more difficult to identify and stop than those operating in larger groups or networks, against whom there have been major successes around the world. Borders do not limit recruitment either.

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    Kenya Workshop Examines Strategies to Counter Incitement and Violent Extremism
    A national workshop on the effective implementation of Security Council resolution 1624, focusing on preventing incitement to commit terrorist acts and countering violent extremism, took place in Nairobi from 7 to 9 May 2014. 

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    CTED making an Effort on Border Control in the Sahel and Maghreb Region
    Effective border control is key to the effective implementation of counter-terrorism measures pursuant to Security Council resolution 1373 (2001). As it is often said, border control is the first line of defence against the movement of terrorists across borders and the illegal cross-border movement of goods and cargo.

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    North African experts gathering to consider freezing the assets of terror 

    CTED, League of Arab states discussing areas of cooperation

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    ‘Sensitive files’ stolen as Saudi motorcade is ambushed in Paris

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    A 12-vehicle entourage transporting a Saudi royal to a Paris airport was ambushed on Monday in cinematic fashion by heavily armed men, who stole a suitcase full of cash and diplomatic files described as “sensitive”. French police are trying to determine whether the ambush, which occurred on Monday evening just north of downtown Paris, was aimed at the money or the documents, which French newspaper Le Parisiendescribed as “sensitive”. According to French police, the Saudi motorcade was heading from the renowned Four Seasons George V hotel on the Champs Elysées to Le Bourget airport, 15 miles north of Paris, which handles private jets. But as the convoy drove through Porte de la Chapelle, two BMWs without license tags suddenly made their way to the top of the motorcade and forced it to stop. Within seconds, eight heavily armed men brandishing handguns and AK-47s stormed out of the two cars and hijacked a Mercedes minivan that was part of the motorcade. Several of them boarded the vehicle and drove away, taking with them its three occupants, a driver, a bodyguard and another official. Later on, the three hostages were abandoned by the side of the road. The minivan, as well as one of the two BMWs used by the armed assailants, were later found burnt out in the village of Saint-Mesmes, northeast of the French capital. But the thieves took with them a suitcase containing €250,000 ($330,000) in cash, as well as what the French press said were “important diplomatic documents”. One French police detective told journalists that the operation was “clearly an ambush by a commando group that was well-informed” about the movements of their target and “quite expert [...] and aware of what they would find by attacking this one vehicle [the Mercedes minivan] and not the others”. Another police detective said the nature of the incident would change drastically into “something more complicated” if it were determined that the gunmen were going after the documents, and not the cash in the minivan. Police sources have not revealed the identity of the Saudi royal involved in the incident. But the Four Seasons George V hotel, from which the Saudi convoy departed, is owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud, Read more of this post



    German intelligence spied on American, Turkish officials

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    German intelligence agencies have spied on two successive American secretaries of state and are actively engaged in espionage in Turkey, even though both countries are allied members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung reported last week that German spies intercepted at least one telephone call made by American politician Hillary Clinton, while she was serving as secretary of state. The Munich-based newspaper said the intercepted telephone call was made over an unencrypted line while Clinton was travelling on an airplane belonging to the United States government. On Sunday, German newsmagazine Der Spiegel added that the interception of Clinton’s telephone call occurred in 2012, when the American secretary of state telephoned the former Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan to discuss his mediation efforts over the Syrian civil war. Der Spiegel said that Clinton had not been a direct target of a German intelligence operation and that her telephone conversation with Anan had been intercepted “by accident”, after it “quasi-randomly entered the listening network” of the BND, Germany’s federal intelligence agency. Spiegel added that the BND officers who conducted the interception passed the recording on to their superiors. The newsmagazine said that Clinton’s successor, John Kerry, also had a telephone conversation intercepted by the BND in 2013, again by accident. This time, however, the German intelligence officers immediately deleted the intercepted conversation, according to Spiegel. The article goes on to add that German intelligence circles insist the wiretapped conversations of the two US secretaries of state were accidentally recorded within the context of other intelligence-collection operations, and that the American politicians were not in and of themselves targets of the BND. TheSpiegel article goes on to state, however, that the BND has been actively conducting espionage operations in NATO member-state Turkey since at least 2009. Read more of this post

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    [size=31]UN Launches Aid Operation in Iraq[/size]
    The United Nations' agency for refugees is launching a major aid operation (BBC) to send supplies to more than half a million civilians displaced by the fighting between the militant ISIS group and Iraqi and Kurdish forces in the north. The agency will send supplies by air, road convoys, and sea shipments through Turkey, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, and Iran. Meanwhile, Iraqi forces launched an offensive on Tuesday (Reuters) to drive ISIS fighters out of Tikrit, the hometown of former dictator Saddam Hussein. President Barack Obama had announced on Monday that Iraqi and Kurdish ground troops reclaimed Iraq's largest dam with the aid of a bombing campaign by U.S. warplanes (NYT).
    Analysis
    "Taken together, the moves highlight the fact that the Islamic State, already the best-armed and best-funded terror group in the world, is quickly adapting to the challenges of ruling and governing. That, in turn, dramatically reduces the chances that the extremists will face homegrown opposition in what amounts to the world's newest territory," writes Yochi Dreazen for Foreign Policy.
    "Any expanded direct support for the Peshmerga could further strain the relationship with the central government in Baghdad. The battle for the dam was an important test of new cooperation between Kurdish and Iraqi forces, with the guidance of American advisers," write Nour Malas and Tamer el-Ghobashy for the Wall Street Journal.
    "Although Washington has long been wary of Kurdish nationalism, it is a powerful mobilizing force. It also converges with America's strategic interests. The Kurdish groups from Syria and Turkey reject radical Islamism. They are secular nationalists and natural American allies," write Aliza Marcus and Andrew Apostolou for the New York Times.
     


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