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IntelTrends 20-FEB-2010

February 20, 2010

Philippine Armed Forces (AFP) Elements fomenting clashes on the ground in Lanao del Sur
MILF, 20 Feb

A direct report from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte has revealed that intelligence elements of the AFP deployed in Lanao del Sur have been attempting to stir up clashes between MILF ground forces and the AFP in Lanao del Sur.

Al-shabab: ‘WFP will not operate in southern Somalia once again’
Shabelle, 20 Feb

Officials of Harakat Al-shabab Mujahideen have Saturday said that World Food Program will not operate in the areas under the control of their administration in Somalia until it meets conditions ordered earlier.

Iran expects increase of prices and demand for oil
Trend.az, 20 Feb

World oil demand will increase by 1.25 million barrel per day in the second half of 2010. It will lead to higher prices for raw materials, Iran’s representative to OPEC Mohammad Ali Khatibi forecasts.

INDIA: Security beefed up in Uttar Pradesh to counter Maoist threat
ANI, 20 Feb

How I escaped Mossad’s clutches
Telegraph, 20 Feb

Israel’s secret intelligence service is ruthless but reckless because it doesn’t care about international opinion, says Peter Hounam, who was imprisoned by them.

[Photos] Launching ceremony for Iran’s domestically-built destroyer Jamaran
Mehr, 20 Feb

Transcript: DOD News Briefing with Maj. Gen. Carter from Afghanistan
ISAF Afgh., 20 Feb

South Korean police arrest alleged Taliban
Frontier Post, 20 Feb

Indonesia Police start operations to secure Obama visit in March
ANTARA, 20 Feb

Stranded Bulgarian Commandos Leave Niger on Belgian Plane
Novinite, 19 Feb

ElBaradei, a veiled threat to the Egyptian regime
Ennahar, 19 Feb
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Russia receives Afghanistan’s bid for weapons supplies
Itar-Tass, 19 Feb

INDIA: Police arrest three rebels, recover huge cache of arms in Imphal
ANI, 19 Feb

Police recovered a huge cache of ammunition including 2,100 cartridges of AK series rifles, 500 M-16 rifle rounds, 70 lathode bombs, ten Chinese hand grenades with detonators, 13 Chinese-made two-inch mortar shells, and other ammunition from their possession.

N. Korea media: U.S. Accused of Disturbing Peace
KCNA, 19 Feb

Darfur JEM in talks with Khartoum on agreement as Bashir promises imminent peace
Sudan Trib., 19 Feb

ONLF forces captured Yucub town
Ogaden, 18 Feb

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