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Foreign spy agency mobilised funds for Dhaka cafe attack: Report
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Foreign spy agency mobilised funds for Dhaka cafe attack: Report

An intelligence agency of a foreign country mobilsed funds for the Dhaka cafe attack which was carried out on behalf of a top fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader who is on death row after being convicted for 1971 war crimes in Bangladesh, according to a media report. The funds for the Gulshan terror attack that left 22 people dead was mobilised by the secret service of a country on behalf of death row convict and fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mir Quasem Ali, whose final ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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Former Afghan spy chief says letters show Pakistan supports militants

Pakist­an's foreig­n office and the army's media wing did not respon­d to writte­n and teleph­oned reques­ts for commen­t Rahmatullah Nabil, then head of Afghanistan's National Directorate Of Security (NDS), shows a paper during a joint ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Pakistan supports Taliban, Haqqani  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago ​Pakistan supports militants  Bdnews24.com1 week ago Former Afghan intelligence chief releases documents to back Pakistan-Taliban collusion claims  ABC Online1 week ago
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Boris Johnson's sensitivity and intelligence are underrated

Boris Johnson's appointment as foreign secretary has brought forth a flood of reminders about just how undiplomatic Britain's new top diplomat can be. In the past few months alone, he wrote an obscene poem insulting Turkey's very touchy president ...
 Irish Times1 week ago Britain's new foreign secretary often lacks diplomacy  Boston Globe1 week ago More women in the Cabinet, yes but no tokenism  Inews.co.uk1 week ago Theresa May's first appointment: Boris Johnson Foreign Secretary  Before It's News2 weeks ago
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DNA India

Kerry comes to Moscow to talk to Putin

The move has angered USA military and intelligence officers and diplomats who argue that Russian Federation has proved repeatedly that it can not be trusted. Kerry faces strong opposition to his efforts to woo Russian Federation from USA defense ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Kerry in Moscow To Talk Cooperation While Saboteurs Run Rampant in Washington  Executive Intelligence Review1 week ago Kerry, in Moscow, expected to offer Putin intel on radical terror groups  DEBKA1 week ago Kerry, Putin meet to discuss collaboration against Daesh, al-Nusra Front  Albawaba1 week ago
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State Times

Foreign cigarettes worth Rs. 1.44 crore seized

Cartons of foreign cigarettes worth Rs. 1.44 crore were seized by sleuths attached to Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), reliable sources told The Hinduhere on Thursday. In a crackdown, the contraband was seized from a container kept in the container ...
 The Hindu5 days ago Foreign currency seized  State Times1 month ago
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Death Of ISIS's Abu Omar al-Shishani May Damage Foreign Recruitment

The death of ISIS's "minister of war" may disrupt its operations, a senior U.S. military officer said on Thursday, and an Iraqi security expert said it could damage the group's important recruitment efforts in ex-Soviet republics. Abu Omar ...
 NDTV1 week ago State Dept. Official: Pro-ISIL Social Messaging Down 45 Percent Since June 2014  CNS News1 week ago Death of Shishani could curb foreign recruitment  Daily Sabah1 week ago Shishani death may damage foreign recruitment: US  The Gulf Today1 week ago
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Kerryman

Iran's Foreign Ministry Official: France's Mere Branding MKO as Violent Not Enough

TEHRAN (FNA)- An official at the Iranian foreign ministry underlined that describing the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCR) grouplet as a terrorist and violent group by France is not enough. The remarks by ...
 Fars News Agency1 week ago Greek Foreign Ministry expresses abhorrence at Nice attacks  EKathimerini.com1 week ago FM's talks in Israel tackled peace, terrorism - Egypt Foreign Ministry  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago 01:21Egypt foreign minister in rare Israel visit to boost Palestinian peace process  Kerryman2 weeks ago
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Qatar Peninsula

German intelligence careless about spying on allies, committee finds

By our dpa-correspondent and Europe Online Berlin (dpa) - Germanys foreign intelligence agency was careless about spying on allied countries, a parliamentary committee monitoring the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) said in a report seen by dpa. ...
 Europe Online Magazine1 week ago [Ticker] Germany spied on foreign governments, NGOs  EUobserver2 weeks ago Intelligence agencies to track defaulters foreign assets  Economic Times2 weeks ago Germany says forces in Iran trying to torpedo ... Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the Office for the Protection of...  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago
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India, Qatar sign seven agreements, including on terrorism, foreign investment

India and Qatar on Sunday signed seven agreements, including one on finance intelligence to check money laundering and terrorism financing and another to woo foreign investment. The post India, Qatar sign seven agreements, including on terrorism, foreign ...
 First Post.com1 month ago India, Qatar sign 7 agreements, including on terrorism  MSN India1 month ago India, Qatar to share intel to combat hawala, terror financing  Deccan Herald1 month ago India, Qatar ink 7 agreements to boost cooperation  Business Line1 month ago
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'If a company can get FDI, an NGO too can get foreign funds'

'The government is using the Intelligence Bureau to go after NGOs.''It is not only the NDA, the UPA also didn't like NGOs.''NGOs predominantly work with the poor. So, when you cancel an NGO, the affected are the poor, the Dalits, the tribals, the street children and the marginalised.' Ever since the National Democratic Alliance came to power, reports of NGOs being harassed emerge at regular intervals. The latest incidents involve barring former additional solicitor general Indira Jaising's The ...
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