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    17-06-2015


    • Buscas a casas de Salgado na Comporta e no Estoril. In Observador

    • Câmara de Cascais inicia limpeza a casa onde mulher manteve filhos em cativeiro. In SIC

    • Chegam à Sicília mais de 400 imigrantes ilegais resgatados na Líbia. In SIC

    • Confirmaram-se as suspeitas. As três irmãs e os seus nove filhos já estão na Síria. In DN

    • Conflitos actuais e perspectivas de evolução. In Público

    • Corrupção: Portugal em quinto lugar. In Observador

    • Cortes nas reformas da GNR são ilegais, dizem militares. In SIC

    • EUA aprovam orçamento que suspende provisoriamente redução na base das Lajes. In Ionline

    • FIFA: Suíça investiga 53 casos de lavagem de dinheiro. In Observador

    • Fisco investiga clínica de medicina estética frequentada por famosas. In DN

    • GNR monta “caça ao homem” para capturar suspeitos de assalto. In DN

    • Governo tem tentado “corrigir” negócio do plasma. In TVI

    • Homens europeus cada vez menos férteis. In Expresso

    • INEM: sindicato acha “absolutamente impossível” mais ambulâncias. In TVI

    • Inspecção da Justiça arquiva queixa por tratamento de favor a Sócrates na cadeia. In Público

    • Jihadistas sofreram maior derrota militar no norte da Síria. In SIC

    • Lista de doenças incapacitantes vai acabar. In TVI

    • Matou irmão a tiro em propriedade agrícola. In JN

    • Médicos pedem fármacos alternativos para tratar doentes com VIH em África. In SIC

    • Ministro da Defesa não comenta acusação de Ana Gomes. In Público

    • Ministros do Interior da UE reunidos para decidir repartição de migrantes refugiados. In SIC

    • Nova vacina contra HPV aprovada na União Europeia. In Observador

    • O que faz o álcool ao cérebro dos jovens. In Observador

    • Pastor foi escravizado durante cinco anos em Gouveia. In SIC

    • PGR confirma arresto de bens a ex-administradores do BES. In TVI

    • PJ apreende 850 quilos de haxixe em Vilamoura. In TVI

    • Procurador suíço vai interrogar Blatter. In DN

    • Prós e contras. Lei do tabaco volta a atacar. In Observador

    • Provedora questiona CE sobre queixa de Ana Gomes. In Observador

    • Putin quer mais mísseis. NATO promete resposta. In Observador

    • Se vai de férias, avise a GNR. In TVI

    • Seca. Água pode faltar e chegar a Portugal com menos qualidade. In RR

    • Segunda morte na Europa por infeção da MERS. In Observador

    • Só 5 dos 111 arguidos prestaram declarações no julgamento Carta Branca. In SIC

    • Sobe para 20 o número de vítimas de MERS. In Observador

    • Trator rodopiou e capotou. In TVI

    • Tribunal da Relação de Lisboa rejeita recurso que pedia libertação imediata de Sócrates. In DN


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    [size=36]NATO Secretary General to visit Poland[/size]
    NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will visit Poland on Wednesday, 17 June and Thursday, 18 June 2015.
    Mr. Stoltenberg will have meetings with the President H.E.  Mr. Bronisław Komorowski, the President-elect H.E. Mr. Andrzej Duda and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence, Mr. Tomasz Siemoniak and other high level officials.
    The Secretary General will also visit Exercise NOBLE JUMP 2015 (NOJP15) at the Zagan Military Training Area.
    Media Advisory
    Wednesday, 17 June
    19:05: Secretary General’s doorstep at Willa Park Hotel in Żagań
    Thursday, 18 June
    12:30: Joint press point with Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Defence at Military Club Świętoszów (livestream)
    15:45: Joint press statements with Polish President at Presidential Palace
    NATO Secretary General's joint press point with Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Defence will be available live on the NATO website and on satellite.
    Still and video images will be available from the NATO website after the events.



    [size=36]NATO Deputy Secretary General to attend the Global Security Forum in Slovakia[/size]
    The NATO Deputy Secretary General, Ambassador Alexander Vershbow will attend the Global Security Forum (GLOBSEC) in Bratislava on Friday, 19 and Saturday 20 June 2015 where he will deliver a keynote speech.
    During his visit, the Deputy Secretary General will meet with the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Mr. Miroslav Lajčák, the Minister of Defence, Mr. Martin Glváč and other high level officials.



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    NATO Secretary General in Poland for key ‘Spearhead Force’ exercise


    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrived in Poland on Wednesday (17 June 2015) to see Allied troops in action as they test the capabilities of NATO’s new very high readiness Spearhead Force during "Noble Jump," its first deployment exercise.
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    Allied forces practice amphibious assault in northern Poland


    Allied forces participated in an amphibious assault on a beach near Ustka in northern Poland on Wednesday (17 June 2015), as part of naval exercise BALTOPS. The mock attack, aimed at defeating enemy forces occupying the coast, was commanded by the British ship HMS Ocean and the American USS San Antonio. Several waves of amphibious assault craft and two U.S. Navy hovercrafts brought approximately 700 British, US, Finnish and Swedish marines to shore, supported by US and Swedish fighter jets and attack helicopters.



    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Amphibious assault concludes in the Baltic Sea
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    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Video: NATO Spearhead Force Flexes its Muscles in Poland
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    Europol supports largest ever coordinated operation against wildlife crime

    The Hague, The Netherlands
    Operation COBRA III, the biggest ever coordinated international law enforcement operation targeting the illegal trade in endangered species, has led to the recovery of a huge amount of wildlife contraband, including over 12 tonnes of elephant ivory and at least 119 rhino horns. European seizures included 11 439 dead and live specimens, almost 2000 parts and products, and over 6 tonnes of timber, plants and animal parts. In addition, 100 000 pills of traditional Asian medicine were confiscated. Several individuals have been arrested and investigations are continuing in many countries.
    The illegal trafficking of endangered species remains a problem in the EU and beyond. The EU is a destination, source and transit region for trafficking in endangered species, which involves live and dead specimens of wild fauna and flora, or parts of products made from them. Elephants and rhinos are mainly poached in Africa and India. Their tusks and horns are in high demand by customers, particularly in South-East Asia, where there is a long ivory carving tradition. Powdered rhino horn, like many other animal and plant based powders, is used in non-evidence based traditional Asian medicine. Sales generate significant profits for the organised crime groups involved.
    Operation COBRA III, conducted in two phases between mid-March and the end of May 2015, saw the participation of law enforcement teams and agencies from 62 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and America. Europol supported the operation across Europe by facilitating operational information exchange and coordinating the activities of police, customs, forestry and other law enforcement authorities from 25 participating EU Member States (1). The operation was organised by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Wildlife Enforcement Network (ASEAN-WEN) and the Lusaka Agreement Task Force (LATF), and supported by numerous international agencies and organisations such as Interpol (2).
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    Within the EU, key activities included the interception and seizure of: 20 kg of live leeches and 25 kg of coral in Bulgaria; 10 000 dead seahorses and over 400 live turtles/tortoises in the UK (and another 300 in Croatia); over 90 kg of coral and more than 50 kg of animal parts (including heads and horns) in Spain; more than 500 kg of frozen eel in Poland; over 800 cacti in a joint German/Chinese operation; 16 whale ribs in the Netherlands; and 50 kg of raw (unworked) ivory in France.
    Commenting on Operation COBRA III Commissioner for Migration, Home affairs and Citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos, said: "The illegal trade in wildlife and other forms of environmental crime are among the most damaging and lucrative forms of transnational organised crime. They destroy habitats and bring endangered species to the brink of extinction with major security consequences. This operation underlines our willingness, our commitment to tackle all forms of criminal markets with a holistic approach, encompassing international cooperation, the fight against corruption and public-private partnerships".
    Karmenu Vella, Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, declared: “Wildlife crime is a threat to sustainable development, and it has to be combated globally. This joined-up operation sends a clear signal that the EU and its Member States are serious about wildlife crime and are ready to act with our partners worldwide. We have intensified cooperation with European and international police networks to strengthen enforcement against these crimes. We are currently developing strategies for more targeted support for wildlife conservation, and a new EU Action Plan against wildlife trafficking is due by the end of the year. An important part of the fight against wildlife crime is the CITES convention, and the EU is soon to become part of it.’’
    Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol, stated: “The trafficking of endangered species remains a problem in the EU and beyond. It is often underestimated and not given the recognition or priority it deserves. Poaching and the illegal trade in species are dominated by organised crime groups, who operate worldwide and make huge profits from these activities. Operation COBRA III once again shows the true global dimension of these crimes but also demonstrates that Europol and its international partners are determined to crack down on wildlife crime. We will continue our efforts to fight these cruel crimes, to ensure a safe environment for endangered species in Europe and all over the world.”
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    On a global scale, Thai Customs made one of the biggest ever seizures of elephant ivory in its history (over 4 tonnes). The ivory was hidden in containers originating in the Democratic Republic of Congo and en route for Laos. This was followed by a seizure, a week later, of 3.1 tonnes of elephant tusks from Kenya. The 511 pieces seized, worth USD 6 million (EUR 5.3 million), were hidden in sacks of tea in containers that were also bound for Laos. As a result, a criminal network involved in the illegal trade of elephant ivory from Kenya to Laos was identified and various suspects arrested. Investigations are still ongoing.
    For an overview of the results from Operation COBRA III within the EU, please visit Europol’s Cobra III webpage and the image gallery of the operation. For global results, please visit: http://lusakaagreement.org/.

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    About Europol
    As the European Union’s law enforcement agency, Europol was requested by the EU Wildlife Trade Enforcement Group (chaired by DG Environment, European Commission) to coordinate COBRA III actions across Europe. Over the years, Europol has supported several actions and operations to tackle wildlife and environmental crime by providing analytical and operational support. Europol published aThreat Assessment on Environmental Crime in 2013. In addition, Europol hosts the permanent Secretariat for the informal Environmental Crime Network (EnviCrimeNet). Earlier this year, Europol and the EnviCrimeNet finished the Intelligence Project on Environmental Crime (IPEC) and published the outcome in the IPEC Report on Environmental Crime in Europe.
     
    (1) EU Member States participating
    Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.
    (2) International agencies and organisations involved
    Organisers: The global wildlife enforcement operation was organised by the Association of South East Asian Nations Wildlife Enforcement Network (ASEAN-WEN) and the Lusaka Agreement Task Force (LATF), the South Asia Wildlife Enforcement Network (SAWEN), the European Union’s law enforcement agency Europol (on request of the EU Wildlife Trade Enforcement Group), China, South Africa and the USA.
    Participating agencies: ASEAN-WEN, LATF, SAWEN, Interpol, World Customs Organization (WCO) and its Regional Intelligence Liaison Offices Asia Pacific (RILO AP) and Eastern and Southern Africa (RILO ESA), UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), CITES Secretariat, India Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB), China National Interagency CITES Enforcement Coordination Group (NICECG), ASEAN Police (ASEANAPOL), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Eurojust and Europol.
    CITES Secretariat
    Financial supporters: Interpol, ASEAN-WEN Law Enforcement Extension Office (LEEO), and participating countries, and China Wildlife Conservation Association through LATF.







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    INTERPOL-coordinated operation strikes at organized crime with seizure of 20 million illicit medicines




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