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WASHINGTON —The U.S. Defense Department and Office of the Director of National Intelligence are planning a second space traffic management center to serve as a backup to the existing facility in light of what government officials say are rising ... Space News, 5 days ago
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US Congress passes bill seeking increased intelligence cooperation with India, Israel

Washington: A bipartisan amendment to Intelligence Authorization Act 2016 seeking expansion of trilateral national security cooperation among the US, Israel and India has been passed by the US House of Representatives. The amendment, moved by a ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago US Congress calls for increased intel coop with Israel, India  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Bin Laden's reading habits revealed

On Wednesday morning, the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an unprecedented number of documents from what U.S. officials have described as the treasure-trove picked up by the SEALs at bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 2, 2011.Bin Laden's digital library is that of an avid reader whose tastes ran from "Obama's Wars," Bob Woodward's account of how the Obama administration surged US troops in Afghanistan in 2009 and 2010, to Noam Chomsky as well as ...
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9. OPM Breach: China Is 'Leading Suspect'

U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper China is the "leading suspect" behind the massive breach of the Office of Personnel Management, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told a Washington intelligence conference on June ...
 InfoRiskToday1 day ago US spy chief says China 'leading suspect' in hack  Yahoo! Singapore6 days ago China Is Leading Suspect in Massive Hack of US Government Networks  101gold.com6 days ago China 'lead Suspect' In Massive Hack Of US Government Data: US Spy Chief  RTTNews.com5 days ago
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China 'Leading Suspect' In US Cyberattack

Director of National Intelligence announced yesterday that he believes China is behind the recent cyberattack that compromised the personal data of millions of government workers. Chinese hackers were behind the recent cyberattack that compromised ...
 Hard OCP5 days ago U.S., China agree to cybersecurity code of conduct  SC Magazine US5 days ago Not All US Goverment Fingers Point to China, Yet  Forensic Magazine5 days ago
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Iraqi Prime Minister Meets US Intelligence Chief

(MENAFN - QNA) Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has met with the US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who is currently visiting Iraq. Discussions during the meeting dealt with ways of boosting cooperation in intelligence fields ...
 MENAFN2 weeks ago IRAQI PRIME MINISTER MEETS U.S. INTELLIGENCE CHIEF  NAM News Network2 weeks ago
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ITP.net

US intelligence director points finger at China for OPM breach

The US director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper on Thursday named China as a top suspect in the cyber infiltration of the Office of Personnel Management, marking the first time the Obama administration had publicly suggested Beijing's ...
 ITP.net3 days ago OPM data breach: Looking at you, China! National Intelligence head stares out Beijing  The Register5 days ago

An urban fabric that is a product of our spatial intelligence, not programmed distraction of activit

Finn Jones was recently appointed National Design Director of Place Design Group, an international planning and design consultancy with offices across Australia, China and South East Asia. With more than 20 years experience in urban development, ...
 Architecture & Design3 days ago
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US spy agencies may start hunting wildlife poachers in Africa

We are looking for opportunities where we can contribute, Terrance Ford, the national intelligence manager for Africa in the office of Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, said in an interview last week. We haven't settled on the next ...
 Business World2 days ago US intelligence could track wildlife poachers in Africa  Taipei Times Online2 days ago U.S. Mulls Help for Africa to Hunt Down Wildlife Poachers  Bloomberg2 days ago U.S. spy agencies may start hunting wildlife poachers in Africa; they are €˜like terrorist networks€  Mail & Guardian Online2 days ago

India wary of ISI pact with Af intel agency for sharing info

India is wary of a new agreement between the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan and its Afghan counterpart National Directorate of Security (NDS). The deal is likely to help Islamabad get the "strategic depth" it has been pursuing in Afghanistan.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago India wants details on ISI's role in Kabul attack  Deccan Herald4 days ago Afghan security deal with ISI to hurt India  Asian Age1 month ago
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