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    17 March 2015
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    [size=36]Visit to NATO by the Commissioner of the President of Ukraine for the Affairs of the Crimean Tatars[/size]
    The NATO Deputy Secretary General, Ambassador Alexander Vershbow, will meet with the Commissioner of the President of Ukraine for the Affairs of the Crimean Tatars, Mr. Mustafa Dzhemilev on Tuesday, 17 March 2015.
    There will be no media opportunity.
    Still photographs of the bilateral meeting will be available after the event.

    [size=36]Visit to NATO by the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Serbia[/size]
    The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Ivica Dačić together with the Minister of Defence, Mr. Bratislav Gašić will visit NATO Headquarters on Wednesday, 18 March 2015. They will meet with the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg and the North Atlantic Council.
    There will be no media opportunity.
    Still and video imagery of the bilateral meeting will be available after the event on the NATO website.



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    Joint law enforcement action to tackle people smuggling network in Greece

    The criminal group was suspected of facilitating the illegal entry into the EU of migrants –mainly Syrian – via maritime routes from Turkey to Greece
    The Hague, The Netherlands,
    On 10-11 March 2015, Greek law enforcement authorities, with the support of Europol, dismantled an organised criminal group suspected of facilitating the entry of irregular migrants - mainly Syrian nationals - into Greece from Turkey via maritime routes. The group also smuggled victims from Greece to other EU Member States through a range of methods, and was involved in the production and distribution of forged travel documents and their trading to other organised criminal groups. The criminal network operated in Greece and was formed of members from several countries including Syria, Iraq, Egypt and Romania.
    During the coordinated law enforcement action that took place in various locations in Greece, 16 suspects were arrested (2 Romanians, 2 Egyptians, 2 Pakistanis, 7 Syrians, 1 Indian, 1 Filipino and 1 Iraqi) and 20 premises were searched. Police seized significant evidence including around 280 passports and identity cards of persons from various EU countries, 82 mobile phones, 25 computers and tablets, 6 printers, various cars and motorcycles, EUR 64 000 in cash and EUR 154 714 in bank cheques and bank deposits.
    This operation is an important crackdown on illegal immigration into the European Union across the Mediterranean Sea. The investigation revealed that the criminal organisation was responsible for the illegal immigration of around 350 migrants, mainly Syrian nationals. Migrants were smuggled from Turkey into Greece – to the islands of Rhodes and Kos - by using different types of boats. Once on Greek soil, migrants were smuggled onwards to other EU countries by plane - using forged and original travel documents - or hidden inside trucks which were sent to Italy on private vessels and liner ships or by land. Investigations revealed that each migrant was charged from EUR 4000 up to a maximum of EUR 9000 for the travel, depending on the destination and documents required. The criminal group could have earned around EUR 7.5 million in illegal profits.
    The joint action is part of a long-running investigation into people smuggling named Operation DAIDALOS, led by the Attica Aliens Division in Greece. Europol has actively supported the investigation for over a year and provided extensive operational and analytical support to the countries involved.
    "This action sends the clear message that Europol and its partners are determined to pursue those responsible for these terrible crimes," says Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol. 'The events in the Mediterranean Sea emphasise the need for a coordinated approach in targeting these criminal groups. Europol has reinforced its capabilities to support EU Member States' investigations in this area and has set-up the Joint Operational Team Mare, dedicated to tackling organised criminal groups responsible for the arrival by sea of large numbers of irregular migrants."
    Dimitris Avramopoulos, Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship said: "This operation is a great early example of how the European Commission, the agencies and the Member States can, together, do more and better to counter migrant smuggling through Joint Operational Team (JOT) Mare. Operation DAIDALOS has led to the arrest and dismantling of a multinational criminal group suspected of facilitating the entry of irregular migrants and collecting millions of euros from smuggling and related criminal activities. Doing more to counter people smuggling is a priority for the European Commission and it will also be one of the main pillars of the European Agenda on Migration that we will adopt in May this year."
    To assist the operation on the ground, Europol deployed a mobile office and an analyst to Greece, allowing for real-time information exchange and immediate cross-checks of all data gathered. 
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    Joint operational team launched to combat irregular migration in the Mediterranean

    The Hague, The Netherlands,
    The influx of migrants via the Mediterranean Sea has been exponentially rising, with 220 000 migrants crossing in 2014. Apart from putting intense immigration pressure on countries such as Greece and Italy, before the migrants arrive they have often taken very risky journeys across the Mediterranean to get there.
    Intelligence shows that organised criminal groups are actively facilitating the transport of these irregular migrants across the Mediterranean, and these groups have also been linked to human trafficking, drugs, firearms and terrorism. The migrants are exploited by the criminal groups who give them false promises and set them out to sea on vessels that jeopardise their lives. More than 3000 people drowned in the Mediterranean en route to Europe in 2014 and there have been 1000 deaths in 2015 alone. This problem features high on the agenda of Europol, the European Commission and concerned EU Member States, who recognise that a more balanced strategy is required to combat this irregular migration as well as the refocusing of law enforcement resources to disrupt the organised crime groups involved. Shifts in volumes using different routes demonstrate how organised criminal groups are very apt at responding to law enforcement initiatives.
    The intelligence-led, European response to this problem is the establishment of the Joint Operational Team (JOT) Mare, which launches today. Hosted at Europol headquarters in The Hague, JOT Mare will tackle the organised criminal groups who are facilitating the journeys of migrants by ship across the Mediterranean Sea to the EU.
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    Illegal immigration city hubs and routes 
    JOT Mare will combine Europol's unique intelligence resources and Member States' capabilities to carry out coordinated and intelligence-driven actions against the facilitators. As well as ensuring an intensified exchange of intelligence with Frontex and close cooperation with Interpol, national experts seconded to JOT Mare will facilitate the necessary cooperation between Europol and the services of the participating EU Member States.
    Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol, said on the launch: "The tragedies we have seen at sea involving migrants requires prompt and coordinated action at EU level. The launch of JOT Mare could not be more timely. Europol and our partners attach great importance to the fight against criminal groups facilitating illegal migration and will combine all available resources to provide a proactive law enforcement response."
    This proactive law enforcement response will build on Europol's capabilities, identifying concrete investigative leads and supporting Member States in initiating new investigations. As well as collating and distributing appropriate intelligence, the data on the organised criminal groups will be analysed, from which specialised intelligence reports will be produced.
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    European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos and Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol 
    Speaking at the launch of JOT Mare, European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship,  Dimitris Avramopoulos said: "I am very pleased to be able to personally witness the official launch of this very important initiative. This dedicated maritime intelligence centre, hosted and supported by Europol, has great potential: it will reinforce our actions against people smugglers; against the ruthless criminals who facilitate irregular migration to Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. We will continue to encourage close cooperation among all national and European stakeholders, in order to pursue further our common objectives and to deliver concrete results."
    The launch was attended by an audience of the heads of law enforcement, among which was Interpol Director Jürgen Stock, Frontex Deputy Director Gil Arias Fernandez, and other high ranking officials from the EU Member States involved in JOT Mare. 
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    Cases of suspected facilitators (identified by national law enforcement authority), and links to organised crime groups and related intelligence
    Joint Operational Team Mare video

    7 March 2015
    INTERPOL supporting UK appeal for Britain’s most wanted fugitives
    LYON, France - INTERPOL is backing Operation Captura, an appeal by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers, to locate Britain’s most wanted fugitives.
    The 10 men are wanted in connection with crimes including rape, indecent assault of a child and drug trafficking and are believed to be hiding in Spain.

    The world police body is joining the call for the public’s assistance in providing additional information that could help track down the fugitives.
    “The UK’s Operation Captura has seen significant results in previous years and INTERPOL is pleased to provide additional support in helping to track down these fugitives,” said Michael O’Connell, Director of INTERPOL’s Operational Support unit.
    The 10 fugitives targeted are Mohammed Jahangir Alam; Paul Buchanan; Carlo Dawson; Paul Monk; Anthony Dennis; David McDermott; Jayson McDonald; Scott Hughes; Michael Roden; Shane Walford.
    This is the ninth Operation Captura appeal to be made since 2006, and the previous eight have so far resulted in 65 out of 76 wanted fugitives being apprehended.
    Information on the possible location of the targets of Operation Captura or any internationally wanted persons can be sent to INTERPOL’s Fugitive Investigative Support unit or can be given anonymously via the Crimestoppers UK website.

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    Conference: Geopolitics of Energy Security in the Eastern Mediterranean
    Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 12:00pm
    American Security Project, 1100 New York Ave. NW, 7th Floor West Tower, Washington, DC 20005

    ASP will host a half day conference to examine the energy security challenges faced in the Eastern Mediterranean. Over the course of three panel discussions, the event will first examine the geopolitical importance of the region, focusing on the recent discovery of major natural gas fields in Israel.The next panel will look at the challenges of promoting energy cooperation throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, and will attempt to offer prescriptions for increasing energy security. The final panel will discuss the potential role that the US can play in the region in terms of investment opportunities and regional cooperation.

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    Príncipe Harry deixa Forças Armadas britânicas após 10 anos de serviço militar
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    Alice Mateus: “Campanha na Crimeia é exemplar operação de guerra de informação”
    Posted: 16 Mar 2015 05:39 AM PDT
    // // // ]]>   Este domingo foi lançado o documentário que celebra o 1º aniversário da anexação da península ucraniana da Crimeia e em que Putin revela que o Kremlin esteve pronto a acionar armas nucleares para garantir anexação. Mas, para o sucesso russo “bastou” uma exemplar operação de guerra de informação. Há dias aqui dizíamos que: [...]
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    União Europeia, Nacionalismo e Crise da Europa
    Posted: 16 Mar 2015 05:10 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> A situação da União Europeia é o grande tema do novo livro do ‘patrão’ da Stratfor George Friedman, “Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe”. Como explica o nosso amigo George, “We are now living through Europe’s test. As all human institutions do, the European Union is going through a time of [...]
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    New Study Links Water Fluoridation To Hypothyroidism
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    According to a new study from England, high levels of fluoride in drinking water appear to be associated with an increased risk for hypothyroidism. This study has raised concerns about the validity of water fluoridation as a safe public health measure.
    11-year-old Suspended For A Year After School Mistakes Ordinary Leaf for Marijuana
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    At first blush it sounds like an open-and-shut school disciplinary matter in a zero-tolerance age: Some schoolchildren claim another student bragged about having marijuana. They inform school administrators. An assistant principal finds a leaf and a lighter in the boy’s knapsack. The student is suspended for a year. A sheriff’s deputy files marijuana possession charges in juvenile court.
    Mind cloning: Imagining the brain at the 10 micron scale with subcellular resolution
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The brain’s connectivity matrix, or netlist if you will, is something that neuroscientists are still scratching their heads about. Some of them have already put their money where their mouth is and embarked on massive ‘connectome’ projects. The goal of these is to reconstruct a 3D model of the brain from impossibly thin slices, either pealed off or etched away with gallium ion beams, and then scanned with fancy multi-beam electron microscopes. A better way, if it can be done, is keep the brain intact and somehow scan it whole.
    Cows Are Deadlier Than You Ever Knew
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Every year, cows kill more people than sharks. And yet nobody ever makes a horror movie about them, and there’s no Cow Week. These deadly beasts have managed to stay completely under the radar… until now. Find out just why cows are so deadly.
    The FBI’s Big Plan To Expand Its Hacking Powers
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Technology giant Google has warned that a rule change represents a 'monumental' constitutional concern. A judicial advisory panel Monday quietly approved a rule change that will broaden the FBI’s hacking authority despite fears raised by Google that the amended language represents a “monumental” constitutional concern.
    US Accuses Iraqi Military Of War Crimes, Continues To Support ISIS
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    With the recent and largely successful battle for Tikrit conducted by the Iraqi security forces combating Western-backed ISIS fighters who have controlled the city for some time, Iraq has once again forced itself into the brief headlines of international media. Yet the subsequent claims of war crimes committed by these security forces have also found their way into the public discussion, most notably in the West.
    On Eve of Election, Netanyahu Promises No Palestinian State If Re-Elected
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    On the eve of national elections in Israel, politically-embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that if he and his Likud Party were returned to power for another term he would make sure that an independent Palestinian state would not come into being. The comments come as a reversal of official Israeli government policy which, like the U.S. government, states that a two-state solution is the preferred outcome for the decades-long conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
    America to lose one-third of its fresh produce when California runs out of water
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Unlike the Midwest, which concentrates (devastatingly) on corn and soybeans, more than 230 crops are grown in the valley...
    Virginia passes shortest limit in US on keeping license plate reader data
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Virginia has become the first state in America to impose avery short data retention limit on the use of automated license plate readers (LPRs, or ALPRs). VA cops will now only be able to keep such data for seven days unless there is an active, ongoing criminal investigation.
    Metropolitan Police probed over child abuse ‘cover-up’ claims
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The police watchdog is investigating alleged corruption in the Metropolitan Police, including claims it covered up child sex offences because of the involvement of police officers and MPs. The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating 14 referrals spanning four decades.
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Informant-led sting operations are central to the FBI’s counterterrorism program. Of 508 defendants prosecuted in federal terrorism-related cases in the decade after 9/11, 243 were involved with an FBI informant, while 158 were the targets of sting operations. Of those cases, an informant or FBI undercover operative led 49 defendants in their terrorism plots, similar to the way Osmakac was led in his.
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Video footage of a cop openly breaking the law and yelling at a citizen has gone viral this week, demonstrating the reality of government-privilege. The brief video was uploaded online on Monday and shows a Webster police officer leaving McDonalds with bags full of fattening junk food. A citizen was nearby and happened to notice that the officer was illegally parked in a handicapped spot, possibly preventing people with real disabilities from parking.
    Hello Barbie's listening ability 'creepy', The Ubiquitous Doll is Now an Information-Gathering Device!
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    For many people reading this, there are at least two concepts that will offend. One is surveillance, about which we’ve written often on this site. The other is the Barbie doll: the ubiquitous toy that has for decades molded girls’ (and boys’) concept of “the perfect female” as having an impossible-to-achieve figure derived from sexist fantasy and has taught them that their lives should be about dressing up and attracting the attention of a boring male named “Ken.”
    China threatens 'decisive' response after alleged Myanmar bombing
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Myanmar's government issued a statement Monday on the stray bomb dropped in China's Yunnan Province that claimed lives of at least five people.
    Still Leading Pack, US Arms Exporters Extract Increasing Profits From Foreign Conflict Zones
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Between 2010 and 2014, global conventional weapons transfers jumped 16 percent as compared to 2005-2009, the researchers found. The U.S. alone accounted for 31 percent of international weapons exports from 2010 to 2014. During this time the U.S. was the world's top supplier, delivering "major weapons to at least 94 recipients," the study finds. Researchers note that American weapons exporters are casting a wide net that reaches far beyond the U.S. military.
    Al Gore at SXSW: We Need to ‘Punish Climate-Change Deniers’ and ‘Put a Price on Carbon’
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival is happening now in Austin, Texas. Running from March 9 to 22, it’s a massive film, interactive and music festival that is nearly 20 years old. The festival brings together designers, developers, investors, entrepreneurs and politicians for panels and discussions about technology and innovation.
    CIA Worked With DOJ To Re-Purpose Foreign Surveillance Airborne Cell Tower Spoofers For Domestic Use
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    The CIA's recent rebranding as Valhalla for US cyberwarriors notwithstanding, the agency's general focus has been intelligence gathering on foreign governments, corporations and people. That it has often mistaken "torturing people into saying whatever they can to make it stop" for "intelligence gathering" isn't necessarily germane to the following discussion, but it's worth noting that the CIA is almost single-handedly responsible for destroying the term "extraordinary rendition" -- a formerly innocuous (and complimentary) term previously used to highlight something like, say, Johnny Cash's amazing cover of Soundgarden's' "Rusty Cage." (That Cash's two best covers are "Hurt" and "Rusty Cage" is not germane to the discussion of CIA torture programs, but what a coincidence!)
    Meet Jason Villalba – The Texas State Representative Who Introduced a Bill that Criminalizes Citizens Filming Police
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Something I hope to encourage readers of Liberty Blitzkrieg to become aware of is their civil rights. Although the situation seems to have improved in recent years, many citizens remain woefully ignorant of their individual rights. Rights that were intentionally enshrined in the U.S. Constitution specifically to prevent the emergence of tyranny. In our ever-changing modern technological world, the application of the Bill of Rights from time to time has needed a bit of clarification from the court system. One example of such was the 2011 case of Glik v. Cunniffe, in which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit noted that: “videotaping of public officials is an exercise of First Amendment liberties.”
    Saudi wants same nuclear rights as Iran
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Saudi Arabia will seek the same rights granted to Iran during negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program, a top Saudi prince says, adding that a possible deal may prompt other countries to develop atomic fuel. "I've always said whatever comes out of these talks, we will want the same," Prince Turki al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia's former intelligence chief, said in an interview with the BBC on Monday.
    SIPRI: 'China’s arms trade with Africa at times questionable
    Posted: 15 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
    Beijing has often been criticized for selling arms to authoritarian regimes in Africa. DW spoke to Pieter Wezemann, senior researcher at SIPRI.

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