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20/04/2014 | Security or Counterinsurgency in Rio favelas?
Sabrina Karim | Americas Quarterly
In anticipation of the 2014 World Cup, the Brazilian government enacted a policy to have special units of police occupy favelas in Rio de Janeiro. As of last week, one of Rio’s most dangerous shanty towns, Complexo da Maré, was taken over by close to 3,000 Brazilian troops. ...
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20/04/2014 | The Senate’s CIA Report
National Review Online | Center for Security Policy
Monday’s (March 31)front-page Washington Post article about the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the Bush administration’s enhanced-interrogation program has received a lot of favorable press coverage despite the fact that it is a remarkably biased piece of journalism that omits many crucial facts. ...
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19/04/2014 | How Chinese Think About Terrorism
Dingding Chen | The Diplomat
A survey of Chinese attitudes in the wake of the March attack on Kunming. ...
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17/04/2014 | El kirchnerismo y sus vínculos con el narcotráfico
Christian Sanz | Diario de Mendoza
Sorprenden en estos días las revelaciones de los vínculos del kirchnerismo y las drogas. Sin embargo, no se trata de nada nuevo. ...
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17/04/2014 | Virginia cops constantly photograph random people’s license plates
Robby Soave | The Daily Caller
Police officers in Alexandria, Virginia, frequently take pictures of the license plates of random vehicles all over the city — meaning that people’s addresses, work locations and daily routines are well known to the authorities who collect such information and store it for stretches of time. ...
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17/04/2014 | FBI Will Have Up To One Third Of Americans On Biometric Database By Next Year
Steve Watson | Infowars.com
Privacy group warns “even if you have never been arrested you could be implicated as a criminal suspect” ...
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17/04/2014 | The Neo-Nazis Next Door
Mary Silver | The Epoch Times
A neighbor said he was friendly and cheerful. But Frazier Glenn Cross, or Frazier Glenn Miller, 73, of Aurora, Mo., faces a preliminary charge of first-degree murder after three people were shot to death in Overland Park Sunday. ...
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17/04/2014 | How the Internet Could Have Predicted the Invasion of Ukraine
Patrick Tucker | Defense One
In the buildup to the annexation of Crimea, Russian forces surprised many in Washington by maintaining strict radio silence. The United States was caught off guard in its inability to intercept Russian military communications, suggesting a failure of official intelligence, but also a new opportunity for public intelligence. ...
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14/04/2014 | Los cinco países con más homicidios están en América
Thomas Gualtieri | El País (Es)
Honduras lidera la tabla con una tasa de 90,4 homicidios por 100.000 habitantes. Le siguen Belice, Venezuela, El Salvador y Guatemala ...
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14/04/2014 | Terrorism and Crime in the Americas – 'It's Business'
Steven Dudley | Insightcrime.org
In a statement given before the Organization of American States, InSight Crime's Steven Dudley discusses the reality of the links between global terrorist groups and Latin American organized crime, and some common political obstacles to addressing those links effectively. ...
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