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IntelTrends 14-APR-2010

April 14, 2010

Burmese Army extorts money from opium growers
KNG, 14 Apr

Burmese Army battalions have been extorting sums of money from opium growers in Sadung region in east Kachin State, northern Burma while ostensibly on an opium eradication mission, said Sadung sources.

KYRGYZSTAN: The Antithesis to the Tulip Revolution: Analysis
Fondsk.ru, 14 Apr

N. Korea conducts sweeping military promotion ahead of founder’s birthday
Yonhap, 14 Apr

Guinea-Bissau’s Drug Saga a Replica of Africa
African Executive, 14 Apr

Report: U.S. confirms Syria gave Scuds to Hezbollah
Haaretz, 14 Apr

Bulgarian Builders Protest at U.S. Training Ground
Novinite, 14 Apr

Turkey, U.S., Iraq agree on action plan against PKK
Zaman, 14 Apr

RWANDA: New Defence Minister, Military chiefs sworn in
TNT Kigali, 14 Apr

UGANDA: Police quiz Otunnu over LRA talk
New Vision, 13 Apr

The Police are investigating Olara Otunnu for allegedly saying President Yoweri Museveni financed the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency.

French instructors for anti-terrorist training in Mali
Ennahar, 13 Apr

Russian Border Town Seeks To Join Estonia
RFE/RL, 13 Apr

U.S. cuts Azerbaijani oil import
PanArmenian, 13 Apr

INDONESIA: Gunmen kill PT Modern employees in Papua
Jakarta Post, 13 Apr

WESTERN SAHARA: Polisario Front underlines “failure” of Ban Ki-moon and “incapability” of UN to counter obstacles of Morocco
Sahara, 13 Apr

Carter election observer mission says no evidence of fraud in Sudan poll
Sudan Tribune, 13 Apr

Oil Deficit Threatens Haiti
Prensa Latina, 13 Apr

Israel warns of ‘imminent’ kidnap threat in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula
Telegraph, 13 Apr

CANADA: Toronto 18 trial hears of ‘jihadi flavour’ paintball
CBC, 13 Apr

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