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30/05/2015 | EE.UU. - Seguridad: Al menos un muerto y dos heridos durante un asalto a la sede de la Agencia de Seguridad de EE.UU.
EP | ABC
El incidente ha tenido lugar cuando un vehículo ha intentado atravesar las puertas blindadas de la NSA en Fort Meade (Maryland). ...
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30/03/2015 | A la caza de los submarinos rojos
Adrián Mac Liman | Excelsior
Hace apenas seis años, los políticos noruegos decidieron que la Federación Rusa había dejado de ser una amenaza para sus vecinos. Se habló del posible desmantelamiento de algunas instalaciones militares, cuyo mantenimiento resultaba muy gravoso para las arcas del país. ...
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29/03/2015 | Las bacanales de la DEA
Semana (Co) Staff | Semana
La DEA, la principal agencia antidrogas del mundo, está en medio de una tormenta. ...
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29/03/2015 | MMiddle East - Saudi-led airstrikes intensify in Yemen as possible coalition land attack looms
Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor | Washington Post
SANAA, Yemen — Arab leaders vowed Saturday to back the embattled Yemeni president as a Saudi Arabia-led coalition intensified airstrikes on Shiite rebel targets across Yemen, escalating a conflict that many residents fear could lead to a land invasion. ...
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29/03/2015 | EU Could Pass New Air Safety Measures Following Germanwings Tragedy
EurActiv Staff | Eurasia Review
The European Commission will propose new air safety measures after the Germanwings crash earlier this week, an EU official said on Friday. ...
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28/03/2015 | US - Defense: The Air Force Might Have To Protect Money Laundering in Space
Patrick Tucker | Defense One
Burgeoning US space monitoring capabilities may one day be used to protect off-planet money launderers from Chinese rockets. ...
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28/03/2015 | Colombia - 4 killed in combat between Colombia military and FARC
Adriaan Alsema | Colombia Reports
Three FARC guerrillas and one soldier have been killed in combat in central Colombia, the military said Sunday.A fourth guerrilla surrendered. ...
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28/03/2015 | Money laundering - Off the pitch and off the books: professional football’s money laundering problem
Mike Marinetto | The Conversation UK
You may or may not have heard of Carson Yeung. He is Asia’s answer to Vidal Sassoon – a businessman who made his name and riches presiding over a hairdressing empire in Hong Kong. ...
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28/03/2015 | US - National Security & Defense: Pentagon paid accused Chilean killer for years despite revoked visa
Marisa Taylor and Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon rebuffed efforts to remove a Chilean professor accused of torturing and murdering political prisoners, keeping him on the payroll of a prestigious U.S. military school for almost three years after the State Department revoked his visa because of the alleged human rights violations. ...
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28/03/2015 | How Technology is Changing the Future of Espionage
Jack Murphy | SOFREP.COM (Special Operations Forces Report-SOF-REP)
In 2003, the CIA abducted Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr off the streets of Milan. He was suspected of recruiting foreign jihadist fighters and then facilitating their way to Iraq. With Hassan shipped off to Egypt for interrogation, the operation at first appeared to be a success. What happened over the following months and years demonstrated how technology may be the undoing, if not the end, of covert operations. ...
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