Monthly Archives: September 2013

Al-Qaeda gunmen seize military base in Yemen

SANAA, Yemen: Suspected Al-Qaeda gunmen have overrun a key military base in Yemen’s largest province, killing three soldiers and holding captive an unknown number of officers and men, security officials said on Monday.A colonel who works at the base in … Continue reading

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Bloody Week in Iraq, Pakistan, Nigeria, Kenya

Iraq The U.N. warned on Sunday against retaliatory attacks in Iraq after two blasts killed 73 people in a Shiite area of Baghdad, a day after a Sunni mosque bombing. Saturday’s bombings struck near funeral tents for a deceased tribal … Continue reading

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State Dept: Direction the sarin munitions were fired on August 21st

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Ricin and Chechnya?

Lorenzo Vidino in How Chechnya Became a Breeding Ground for Terror (Middle East Quarterly Summer 2005) indicated that in 2002 a cadre of Islamic fundamentalists made camp in Pankisi Gorge in Georgia to plan and train. “According to Georgian officials, … Continue reading

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Bank accounts were opened at BCCI by US intelligence agencies

As the Cold War between the USSR and the USA drew down in the early 1990’s, organizations/institutions used to fund proxy wars-and destabilization efforts–between the two Empires became exposed. With the Cold War ostensibly over, the corrupt and illegal actions … Continue reading

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UK Government let British company export nerve gas chemicals to Syria

The Government was accused of “breathtaking laxity” in its arms controls last night after it emerged that officials authorised the export to Syria of two chemicals capable of being used to make a nerve agent such as sarin a year … Continue reading

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Fake Facebook tags lead to malware.

        An attack on the world’s largest social network is drawing users to a third party site with fake tag notifications and prompting victims to download malware masquerading as a video-codec extension. The malware is reportedly capable … Continue reading

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