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IntelTrends 08-MAR-2010

March 8, 2010

Photos of Iran’s production line of short-range cruise missile dubbed Nasr 1 (Victory 1)
Mehr, 08 Mar

[Photos so good you’ll think you were there.]

Indo-Pak water crisis may lead to N-war
Frontier Post, 08 Mar
ISLAMABAD: Defence analyst and former Director General of ISI, Gen Hamid Gul, said here on Sunday that if the water crisis between Pakistan and India remained unresolved it could trigger a nuclear war in the region.
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Hafiz Saeed accuses India of imposing war on Pak by building dams
ANI, 08 Mar

Hospitalized al-Qaeda suspect who killed Yemeni policeman was a German citizen of Somali origin
SABA, 08 Mar

PAKISTAN: Agencies alerted in advance: Home dept
Geo, 08 Mar
LAHORE: Punjab Home Department told all police officers through a circular dated March 4 that terrorists may target the buildings of secret agencies in Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar, Geo News reported Monday.
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600 kg of explosives used in Lahore car bomb blast, death toll 11
ANI, 08 Mar
At least 11 killed, over 60 injured in Lahore blast
The Nation (Pak), 08 Mar
Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that perpetrators of such acts cannot be Muslims and foreign agents are attempting to destabilise the country.

N. Korea puts 1.2 million troops on combat alert as U.S., S. Korea begin drill
Yonhap, 08 Mar

Ahmadinejad Kabul visit reported delayed
Press TV, 08 Mar

IRAN: Mottaki Blames U.S., Britain for Provoking Terrorist Acts in Region
Fars, 08 Mar

Israel Air Force (IAF) Bases in North Could Be Targets in Future War
Al Manar, 08 Mar

Intelligence officials said that Hezbollah and the Syrians are procuring tens of thousands of missiles and rockets, some with a range that could allow them to strike central Occupied Palestine, and that they are now much more precise.

NIGERIA Massacre: Fulani herdsmen kill 500 in Plateau State, Jos
Sun, 08 Mar

Aljazeera: America, an economic bankrupt
IRIB, 08 Mar

INDONESIA: Terrorist activities no problem to Obama’s visit
ANTARA, 08 Mar
The Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs stated that terrorist activities in Aceh Province did not affect the U.S. President’s visit to Indonesia mid-March 2010.
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Security tightened in conflict-prone areas
ANTARA, 08 Mar
Security precautions in conflict-prone areas such as Poso in Central Sulawesi and Ambon in Malauku has been intensified following the arrest of several terrorists in Aceh province.

China, Pakistan to hold joint anti-terrorist drills in summer
RIA, 07 Mar

Bill Gates gives $10bn for vaccines to reduce world population
Kavkaz, 07 Mar

U.S. Crusade against Venezuela Denounced
Prensa Latina, 07 Mar

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