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IntelTrends 13-APR-2010

April 13, 2010

Iran to sue Obama’s statements at UN
IRIB, 13 Apr
Iranian FM spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said on Tuesday that Iran will legally sue the American President’s statements through its mission to the United Nations and diplomatic means. Addressing his weekly media conference, Mehmanparast said that these statements should be recorded as a document in the United Nations to show that some countries including America and France honor using nuclear weapons as symbol of state terrorism.
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Iran to Join N. Club
Fars, 13 Apr
An official from the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) announced that the country will join the world nuclear club within a month in a bid to deter possible attacks on the country.

AFGH: Eric S. Margolis: Time to talk to the Taliban?
Frontier Post, 13 Apr

The Obama administration is blaming the largely powerless Afghan President Hamid Karzai, a former CIA ‘asset’, for America’s failure to defeat Taleban. Washington accused the U.S.-installed Karzai of rigging last year’s elections. That’s true. But the U.S. pre-rigged the Afghan elections by excluding all parties opposed to Western occupation.

KYRGYZSTAN: Interim gov’t stripped Kurmanbek Bakiev of immunity
Ferghana, 13 Apr
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Analysis: Geopolitical battle in Kyrgyzstan over U.S. military Lilypond in central Asia
MWC News, 13 Apr
Trend News commentator: Is Kyrgyz revolution return under Kremlin’s wing?
Trend.az, 13 Apr

OPEC oil higher despite downward market trend
Trend.az, 13 Apr

Shutdown paralyses life in occupied Kashmir
KMS, 13 Apr

U.S. donates 16 defender boats to Bangladesh Navy
PTI, 13 Apr

INDONESIA: Security condition in Papua conducive: Military chief
Jakarta Post, 13 Apr

Rupiah Could Gain Five Times More Than Yuan on Revaluation
Bloomberg, 13 Apr

The best currency to own when China lets the yuan appreciate, if history is any guide, will be everything from Indonesia’s rupiah to South Korea’s won and Singapore’s dollar.

Indonesian and U.S. navies to increase cooperation in Asia Pacific
ANTARA, 13 Apr

Analytics: White House drifting apart from official Tbilisi
Georgia Times, 13 Apr  (published in Moscow)

Polisario Front refutes newspaper allegations
Sahara, 12 Apr

The Polisario Front refuted Monday allegation published by Spanish newspaper related to a person accused of “involvement in the abduction of Spanish hostages” in Mauritania four months ago, according to a statement Monday of the Ministry of Information.

SOMALIA: Why drone attacks in Somalia is ill-advised
Somaliland, 12 Apr

MI5 dumps staff lacking IT skills
BBC, 12 Apr

Analysis: Islamist revolts are possible in Central Asia
RIA, 12 Apr

U.S.-born cleric Anwar Al-Awlaqi is required to surrender to the Yemeni authorities: top Yemen official
SABA, 12 Apr

SOMALIA: Al-Shabaab once again attack Kenyan forces
Garowe, 12 Apr

Puntland Security Forces Nab Suspected Pirates’ Accomplices
Gov. of Puntland, 12 Apr

Four peacekeepers missing In South Darfur
Sudan Tribune, 12 Apr

Iraqi Kurds willing to export oil via national pipelines
Azzaman, 12 Apr

Afghan mujahideen military operations against the kafirs, munafiqs and the worshippers of Idols
UnjustMedia, 12 Apr

Croatian teenager wakes from coma speaking fluent German
Telegraph, 12 Apr

U.S. military warns oil output may dip causing massive shortages by 2015
Guardian, 11 Apr

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