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Pakistan military plotted to kill Asma Jahangir in India: US report

Sep 05, 2013

Pakistan military plotted to kill Asma Jahangir in India: US report

Pakistani military officers plotted to kill prominent lawyer Asma Jahangir who has towered over Pakistan's human rights war for over four decades, while she was on a visit to India, according to documents given to The Washington Post by NSA surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden. #World #India #Pakistan #ISI #didyouknow #Iran #North Korea #US Defense Intelligence Agency
'Some abnormality' noticed in Antony's office: Army

Mar 05, 2012

'Some abnormality' noticed in Antony's office: Army

Three days after denying that Defence Minister A K Antony's office was bugged, Army today admitted that "some abnormality" was noticed which it claimed later turned out to be malfunctioning of an instrument. #NewsTracker #National Security #AK Antony #Espionage #Defense Intelligence Agency
US intelligence failed to detect India's first nuclear test

Dec 06, 2011

US intelligence failed to detect India's first nuclear test

The American intelligence community failed to detect India's first nuclear test in 1974 as the then Nixon administration, was focused on Russia and the Vietnam war. #United States #India #NewsTracker #Nuclear proliferation #Defense Intelligence Agency

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US intelligence failed to detect India's first nuclear test

Aug 27, 2014

Australia and Indonesia mending intel differences

(AP) -- Australia and Indonesia have reached a new agreement on how they'll use their intelligence operations in the future, even settling their disagreement on its name. The agreement their foreign ministers are scheduled to sign Thursday on the Ind... #Australia #Canberra #Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono #Julie Bishop #National Security Agency #Marty Natalegawa
US intelligence failed to detect India's first nuclear test

Aug 28, 2014

A look at US, European sanctions on Russia

(AP) -- With Russian tanks apparently crossing into southeastern Ukraine, President Barack Obama is suggesting the possibility of more sanctions on Russia. The sanctions imposed so far have not deterred Russia, but uncertainty over their long-term im... #European Union #Europe #Barack Obama #Soviet Union #Rosneft #Novatek #United States Department of the Treasury #Federal Security Service
US intelligence failed to detect India's first nuclear test

Aug 21, 2014

US special ops tried but failed to find hostages

(AP) -- President Barack Obama sent special operations troops to Syria this summer on a secret mission to rescue American hostages, including journalist James Foley, held by Islamic State extremists, but they did not find them, officials say. The res... #Syria #Iraq #Barack Obama #National Security Council #Monaco
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