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IntelTrends 15-APR-2010

April 15, 2010

Israeli military confirms Arab Bank not linked to ‘terrorism’
Jordan Times, 15 Apr

The Arab Bank has filed with a U.S. court a document provided by the Israeli military acknowledging that the bank has no links to “terrorist activities”, according to the bank’s Washington-based lawyer.

China and Burma restrict cross border travel
KNG, 15 Apr

The thorny Border Guard Force (BGF) issue is creating fresh complications with China and Burma having restricted cross border travel in Kachin State in northern Burma as of early this month, said local sources.

Georgian editorial: Kazcynski’s death: Moscow’s geopolitical gain
Messenger, 15 Apr  (Tbilisi)

The tragic death of Lech Kaczynski, President of Poland, and many of the Polish political establishment in the recent plane crash was such a “surprise present” for Russia’s leadership that certain analysts have started talking about a possible terrorist attack being behind it.

“Scud Missiles in the Hands of Hezbollah Could Be a Game-Changer”
Al Manar, 15 Apr

Andrey Chebotarev: what can Kazakhstan learn from the new “revolution” in Kyrgyzstan?
24.kg, 15 Apr

Kyrgyzstan May Become Another Afghanistan
Pravda, 15 Apr
(2 page article)

Due to ties with al-Qaeda, U.S.-born cleric Anwar Al-Awlaqi wanted in Yemen
SABA, 15 Apr

WESTERN SAHARA: Presidency of Sahrawi Republic calls for general hunger strike in solidarity with political detainees in Moroccan prisons
Sahara, 15 Apr

Official: Gaza gov’t crippled by ban on fund transfers
Ma’an, 15 Apr

China’s air force woos customers with its J-10 fighter [VIDEO]
RIA, 15 Apr

AFGH: ISAF vacates key military base in Kunar
AIP, 15 Apr

Kyrgyz Opposition accuses Bakiyev of trying to unleash civil war
Itar-Tass, 15 Apr

INDIA: No Maoists in West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee
ANI, 15 Apr

India to receive $4.5m U.S. assistance to fight terrorism
PTI, 15 Apr

YEMEN: Four people injured in clashes between separatists and security in al-Dhale’e
Yemen Observer, 15 Apr

Briefing: Afghan-ISAF Operations in Nangarhar, Ghazni, Helmand
ISAF Afgh., 15 Apr

SUDAN: Bashir’s party offers opposition cabinet posts in upcoming government
Sudan Tribune,15 Apr

New group claims abduction of four South African police advisers in Darfur
Sudan Tribune, 14 Apr

Terrorism remains a real threat in Jakarta: Military
Jakarta Post, 14 Apr

DARPA, U.S. Marines team on proper flying car project
Register, 14 Apr

Big news for flying-car lovers today, as U.S. military boffinry chiefs have unveiled full details of their plan to produce an excellent flying Humvee or sky-jeep type vehicle – and have a prototype flying by 2015.

LEBANON: Five Arrested On Charges of Spying for Israeli Enemy
Al Manar, 14 Apr

Honduras Army Backs up the Police
Prensa Latina, 14 Apr

1,000 soldiers were assigned Friday to help the police control a region where landowners and farmers are at odds.

Afghan mujahideen military operations against the kafirs, munafiqs and the worshippers of Idols
UnjustMedia, 14 Apr

YEMEN: Houthi rebels rename themselves “Ansar Allah”
Roads to Iraq, 14 Apr

SOMALIA: Sheikh Aweys warns Hizbul Islam militia over extortion
Garowe, 13 Apr

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