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23/11/2004 | Washington BTS Update - Weekly Report on Border and Transportation Security Legislative & Regulatory Issues
Jay Grant and others | US Congress
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23/11/2004 | Kicking over the hornet's nest
Kevin Whitelaw and David E. Kaplan | US News
At the CIA, the new boss has the spies and analysts in an uproar ...
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23/11/2004 | Spooking the CIA
Jim Hoagland | Washington Post
America's spies wander in a wilderness of mirrors of their own making. Baying at their heels are congressional reformers, spurned Iraqi politicians and a tough new boss with a presidential mandate to whip the CIA into line or else. ...
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23/11/2004 | Anticipating al-Qaeda: DHS science and technology czar says new software for ports could have also countered Castro
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
The Department of Homeland Security efforts to improve maritime domain awareness include technological breakthroughs that, had they been available 40 years ago, might have let U.S. policymakers better anticipate, and thus counter, moves by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, Dr. Charles E. McQueary, DHS undersecretary for science and technology, said last week. ...
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23/11/2004 | `Ataque bioterrorista es inminente`
El Universal Staff | El Universal
Interpol advierte de las amenazas de Al-Qaeda de usar armas biológicas; inicia entrenamiento de policías. ...
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21/11/2004 | Huge Afghan poppy crop raises fear of 'narco-state'
Rory Watson | Times
Three years after the Taleban were overthrown, Afghanistan leads the world in the production of illegal recreational drugs. Opium farming soared by 64 per cent last year, prompting fears that it could undermine moves to bring stability to the country and turn it instead into a “narco-state”. ...
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21/11/2004 | Huge Afghan poppy crop raises fear of 'narco-state'
Rory Watson | Times
Three years after the Taleban were overthrown, Afghanistan leads the world in the production of illegal recreational drugs. Opium farming soared by 64 per cent last year, prompting fears that it could undermine moves to bring stability to the country and turn it instead into a “narco-state”. ...
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20/11/2004 | Hablando del Affaire Nudler/Verbitsky ...
Martin Edwin Andersen | Offnews.info
Los encontronazos entre los periodistas de Página/12 Julio Nudler y Horacio Verbitsky se pusieron al rojo vivo en los últimos días, cuando este último reveló, en una larga nota dominical, que Nudler padece de cáncer, lo que aún los amigos del "Perro" Verbitsky señalaron como una "tarjeta amarrilla" (o sea, una maniobra cínica). ...
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20/11/2004 | Hablando del Affaire Nudler/Verbitsky ...
Martin Edwin Andersen | Offnews.info
Los encontronazos entre los periodistas de Página/12 Julio Nudler y Horacio Verbitsky se pusieron al rojo vivo en los últimos días, cuando este último reveló, en una larga nota dominical, que Nudler padece de cáncer, lo que aún los amigos del "Perro" Verbitsky señalaron como una "tarjeta amarrilla" (o sea, una maniobra cínica). ...
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09/11/2004 | AAPA’s Gary LaGrange says U.S. ports are homeland funding “waifs;” the Gulf ports, he adds, may have to assess security fees
PSN Service | Port Security News
Gary LaGrange, executive director and chief executive officer of the Port of New Orleans, was elected unanimously last September to the chairmanship of the board of the American Association of Port Authorities at its annual convention in Long Beach, Calif. ...
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