Thailand: 3 Victims due to Extremism

Thailand: 3 Victims due to Extremism

Three government officials were shot dead on Wednesday in Thailand’s insurgency-stricken south — among them a woman who was then beheaded, police told AFP. The trio, a village chief and two women assisting him, were gunned down as they drove on a remote road after attending a meeting in a notorious security ‘Red Zone’ in Yala province, a hotbed of the insurgency. “One woman was shot and then beheaded, while another woman and a man were also shot dead,” said Police Lieutenant Virasak Suwannadecha said, adding the victims were all Thai Buddhists. so it is more likely to be the work of extremists.   Read More »

Ukraine Can Fall in 3 Days

Russia has massed all the forces it needs on Ukraine’s border if it were to decide to carry out an “incursion” into the country and it could achieve its objective in three to five days, NATO’s top military commander said on Wednesday. Calling the situation “incredibly concerning”, NATO’s supreme allied commander in Europe, U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove, said NATO had spotted signs of movement by a very small part of the Russian force overnight but had no indication that it was returning to barracks. Russia’s seizure and annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region has caused the deepest crisis in East-West relations since the Cold War, leading the United States and Europe to impose sanctions on Moscow. They have said they will strengthen those sanctions if Russia moves beyond Crimea into east Ukraine. NATO military chiefs are concerned that the Russian force on the Ukrainian border, which they estimate stands at 40,000 soldiers, could pose a threat to eastern and southern Ukraine. “This is a very large and very capable and very ready force,” Breedlove said in an interview with Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. The Russian force has aircraft and helicopter support as well as field hospitals and electronic warfare capabilities. “The entire suite that would be required to successfully have an incursion into Ukraine should the decision be made,” Breedlove said. “We think it is ready to go and we think it could accomplish its objectives in between 3 and 5 days if directed to make the ... Read More »

Egypt a New Victim

An Egyptian police brigadier-general was killed in Cairo on Wednesday, state TV reported, in what security sources said was a twin bomb attack outside Cairo University.   A senior security official told Reuters several people were also wounded in the blasts. A state TV correspondent said at least four other police officers were wounded in the blasts, which the security sources said went off near a police vehicle. One person was killed in a third explosion at Cairo University shortly after twin bombs killed a police brigadier general there, security officials said.   Bombings and shootings targeting the security forces have become commonplace in Egypt since the army deposed President Mohammad Mursi. Qouting al Manar website Read More »

Unmanned Israeli Vehicle Sent to Border with Lebanon

The Zionist enemy sent a remotely-controlled military vehicle for the first time to the military road adjacent to the Lebanese Kfarkela – Adaisseh main route in the south, Al-Manar correspondent reported. The reporter said that the electronically-controlled Zionist vehicle is tasked to survey the area and detect the strange items in the place. The enemy soldiers have also installed a wireless espionage device near the UNIFIL checkpoint, adjacent to the barbed fence along the road of Adaisseh southern town. Following are exclusive images captured by Al-Manar Website correspondent to South Lebanon Ali Sheaib. quoting  from almanar website Read More »

America VS Russia or is it Apple VS Samsung

The Russian government has forbidden the use of Apple’s iPad tablets across government agencies for security reasons including concerns over possible US spying. According to reports, security concerns prompted the Russian government to switch from iPads to Samsung tablets to guarantee data security amid revelations of massive US spying activities. Nikolai Nikiforov, Russia’s minister of communications and mass media, said on Wednesday that the ministers have swapped their iPads for Samsung tablets to ensure tighter security. He added that the changeover “took place not so long ago” and that the “new tablets are specially protected to work with confidential information.” “Some of the information at government meetings is confidential in nature and these devices fully meet these demands and have gone through the strictest system of certification,” the minister said. Nikiforov also denied that Russia was clamping down on US technology in response to sanctions imposed after Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula rejoined Russia. “We are not proposing any sanctions,” he said. But he did mention reading reports that “American special services… will significantly increase the volume of information they intercept (which) of course causes serious concern to many governmental clients.” “This obviously orientates Russian clients, primarily state ones, to be very choosy about their partners in IT,” Nikiforov said. He added that South Korean firms such as Samsung, along with Chinese ones, could be interesting to Russia in this respect. US intelligence services and the military are reportedly scrambling to expand spy satellite coverage and communications-interception efforts across Russia amid heightened ... Read More »

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