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world news headlines

 

England's King Richard III skeleton found under parking lot

Nigerian Islamist Boko Haram claim responsibility for jail attack in central Kogi state; jail officer killed, 119 inmates freed

Turkish forces bomb PKK camps in northern Iraq

Sudan splits in two as the new country of South Sudan becomes a reality

Last "Ottoman" dies in Instanbul, Ertugrul Osman, the would be sultan dies at age 97

Hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver found in England

 

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The decision by Scotland's Justice Ministry to release the Lockerbie bomber at first brought great anger to me. And I have no direct connection to the families, no loss of any loved ones.  I was convinced that no such sympathy should be applied to the one of many who helped plan and facilitate the murder of so many innocent people. The rumors of an oil deal are heartbreaking, to say the least.  My hope was and still is that Libya will form a greater cooperation of intelligence sharing with the British, United States, and their western allies.  Assuming that is the real reason to show such sympathy for this convicted individual, then we must all now focus on the fact that those who died in the Lockerbie bombing should be considered heroes to their respective countries for the sacrifices they have made in an effort to further end terrorism and war throughout the world.  Let us all now recognize that Scotland's act of compassion for a dying man is not against those who have passed but rather for the future of those who are living, to be safe and unharmed.  The families of those who died should be fully compensated and recognized, along with their lost loved ones, for the heroes they are for patiently sacrificing all these years.

 

resources of world intelligence agencies

fas.org/irp/world/index.html 

 

intelligencesearch.com/intelligence-agencies.html 

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intelligence_agencies    

 

globalsecurity.org/intell/world/

 

agency leadership

Joerg Ziercke, head of the Bundeskriminalamt Germany's FBI equivalent

 

other resources

intelcenter.com

globalsecurity.org

ForeignPolicy.com

 

terror and rebel groups

LRA lead by Joseph Kony in south Sudan and eastern Congo

Islamist terror group Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) in India

Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in the Philippines

Basque separatist group ETA  in Spain

Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) aka Tamil Tiger fighters in Sri Lanka

Huthi rebels in Yemen

 

global hot spots

-terrorists: Philippines, Columbia, Spain

-drug thugs: Mexico, Columbia  

-war torn: Iraq, Afghanistan, Darfur

 

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