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Foreign Military & Intelligence Agencies

Amnesty International - India, Death Penalty
Amnesty International - Sudan, Legal Concerns, Fear of Torture
An Appeal to Indict the Iraqi Regime for Crimes of Genocide
 The Iraqi regime has perpetrated many crimes against the people of Iraqi Kurdistan, most of them are considered as crimes of genocide as defined in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 9th December, 1948 which was approved by Iraq on 20th January, 1959.
Banned Book About Israel's Chief Spy Agency Details Intelligence Operations
 A temporarily banned book about the Mossad, Israel's chief spy agency, says up to 27 Israeli intelligence agents operate in the United States chiefly to gather data about the Arab world but that U.S. companies and citizens have been targeted for information.
British Intelligence Operations in Northern Ireland by Anonymous
 A one-time boyfriend of mine 1994-1997 told me that he once worked in Northern Ireland, under the "direction" of MI5/MI6. He claimed that he was "recruited", by security forces, back in 1970. He had "valuable skills", in electronic surveillance methods, which were "of use" to the "intelligence community".
British Networks and the Brazilian Amazon by Mark J. Burdman
 In recent months, the destruction of the Amazon rain forest brought on by the International Monetary Fund and World Bank policies has been seized upon as a pretext by "environmentalist" circles to demand an "internationalization" of the region--i.e., an end to Brazilian sovereignty over the Amazon.
Clouds of War: Chemical Weapons in the Former Yugoslavia by Human Rights Watch
 Human Rights Watch has uncovered evidence that the Yugoslav National Army had an extensive and sophisticated chemical weapons program prior to the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991; that the army of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia inherited much of this program; and that the army of the Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina produced crude chemical munitions during the Bosnian war.
Contras used Cocaine to Buy Arms by Vince Bielski and Dennis Bernstein
 "I'm confident that the contras have received drug money. They have received illegal shipments of weapons and that U.S. officials knew of it," Kerry said, in calling for a special prosecutor to look into these other allegations.
Countering Terrorism: 1972 Olympic Massacre and Development of Israeli Covert Action Teams by Alexander B. Calahan
 Golda Meir and the Israeli cabinet's top secret 'Committee-X' devised a campaign in retaliation for the massacre of eleven Israeli's during the Munich Olympic games. Meir tasked the committee with devising an appropriate response to the Munich massacre. The panel concluded that the most effective response was to authorize the assassination of any Black September terrorists involved in the Munich incident.
Cuba: The Great Pulverizer by Servando Gonzalez
 Fidel Castro's plans and actions for the effective pulverization of the whole United States of America, from sea to shining sea.
Dirty Tricks of the BND
 The dirty tricks of one of the most important secret services of the the world THE GERMAN SECRET SERVICE BND. It is no shit - all the things are real!
Espionage Awareness Programs by Freddie L. Capps, Jr.
 Identifying agents and activities of foreign intelligence services in the United States is the most difficult task of counterintelligence. Without identification, plans cannot be developed to penetrate and neutralize an espionage operation.
Exposing The Global Surveillance System by Nicky Hager
 For 40 years, New Zealand's largest intelligence agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) the nation's equivalent of the US National Security Agency (NSA) had been helping its Western allies to spy on countries throughout the Pacific region, without the knowledge of the New Zealand public or many of its highest elected officials.
Foreign Counterintelligence: An FBI Priority by James E. Tomlinson
 This article provides a brief overview of the FBI's foreign counterintelligence mission. It then addresses how local and State law enforcement can assist the FBI in its FCI efforts.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Intelligence
 Two telegrams concerning the inadequacies of UK intelligence handling (including a reference to a mishandled Bin Laden threat a year before 9/11) and one telegram (UK EYES ONLY) regarding a meeting in Whitehall to discuss Private Military Companies (mercenaries) and the legal constraints that the intelligence services are facing with regard to storing information.
Genocide in Paraguay
 Mark Munzel, a German anthropologist, was the first to call attention to the massacre of the Paraguayan Indians, with whom he lived for a year. He points out that "the Ache are inconvenient" -particularly, for the few enterprises with a majority of foreign(Brazilian, United States, and Western European) shares that dominate the Paraguayan economy.
How The Soviets Are Bugging America by Daniel Patrick Moynihan
 Soviet agents may be listening to your personal telephone conversations. If you're involved in the government, in the defense industry or in sensitive scientific activity, there is a good chance they are.
Iraq's Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Facilities
 This is the list of Iraq's nuclear, biological and chemical facilities presented by the Iraqi National Congress to the U.S. Government in 1998.
Israel's Assassination Policy: Extra-judicial Executions by Yael Stein
 Israel did not devise the assassination policy in the wake of the current Intifada, which began in late September 2000. It has employed this policy in the Occupied Territories and abroad for over 30 years. In an interview which appeared in Ma’ariv newspaper, Rami Gershon one of the founders of the undercover unit, described this policy as it was carried out by his unit and in other IDF units: We liquidate.
Israel: Missions of Shin Bet Special Operations Unit by Amit Navon
 A certain Palestinian terrorist who operated from one of the West Bank villages in the 1980's was generally considered a tough nut to crack. Shin Bet investigators tried unsuccessfully to break him under interrogation. To uncover the information in his possession about the terror organizations became the number one assignment. However, arrests and interrogations notwithstanding, the man never lost his cool.
Israeli Secret Police Extend Incommunicado Detention by LAWE
 Israeli Secret Police Extend Incommunicado Detention
Joint Operations Room Controls Baghdad's Security
 The officers assigned to the JOR are drawn from the Special Security Organisation (SSO). The JOR is linked to the following units by a computer network using a WAN(Wide Area Network)
Justice Delayed: Alleged State Collusion In The Murder Of Patrick Finucane by BIRW
 On 12th February 1989 the Belfast solicitor Patrick Finucane was murdered by the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF). In the eleven years since his death evidence has emerged which strongly suggests that there was official collusion in his murder on the part of British army intelligence and the RUC. This evidence also calls into question the role of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and of a government minister.
Korean War prisoner escapes to South Korea after 43 years! by Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
 Korean War prisoner escapes to South Korea after 43 years! What does this suggest about the possibility of surviving Vietnam MIAs?
MI5 Libyan Connection
 Further collateral for this was provided recently by a reliable source, delicate and well-placed Security Service source, who reported that for several years BAZELYA provided munitions to the Muslim-backed Eritrean Liberation Front. Some of these munitions reportedly may have been used to assassinate an Ethiopian minister during the Ethiopian civil war.
MI5 vs. Police/Police vs. Joe Public
 As predicted, MI5, the Secret Service, is lobbying frantically to have a role in combating day to day crime rather than the espionage and terrorism for which it was established.
OLX: The Numbers Station of the Stanti Bezpecnost (Czech Intellig
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Uncensored by Anonymous
 Officers learn about 'off-line' systems for the encryption of messages such as NOREEN - used prior to transmission by cipher machines - and 'on-line' systems for the protection of telegrams during transmission, code-named HORA and TRUNCHEON.
Report of the Interception of Communications Commissioner for 2001 by Sir Swinton Thomas
 I enclose my second Annual Report on the discharge of my functions under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. It is, of course, for you to decide, after consultation with me, how much of the report should be excluded from publication on the grounds that it is prejudicial to national security, to the prevention or detection of serious crime, to the economic well-being of the United Kingdom, the continued discharge of the functions of any public authority whose activities include activities subject to my review (section 58( 7)) of the Act).
Rudloe Manor: Secret British Military Installation
 Located south-east of Bath, RAF Rudloe Manor is in fact just one of several sensitive military installations situated on the Spring Quarries, Copernacre Quarry, the villages of Hawthorn and Hudswell, and the town of Corsham.
SAS Team Kills IRA Bombers in Gibraltar
 1988 saw one of the most controversial operations for the Special Air Service Regiment. This incident would lead to endless debates on the use of soldiers abroad in intelligence and even "assassination" roles against acknowledged terrorists.
Shortwave Spy Numbers Stations by Swedish Rhapsody
 The schedules found here are the result of monitoring by myself and many fellow Numbers Stations enthusiasts. If you have any additional information, new stations or schedules, etc, please don't hesitate to pass them on for inclusion here!
South Africa's Reconnaissance Regiments
 The first Reconnaissance Regiment was founded in Durban on October 1st 1972 as a small specialized SAS or Selous Scouts type unit capable of operating deep inside enemy territory to obtain valuable intelligence on enemy movements, positions and numbers. The Recce units consist of a few men termed "operators". These men are highly trained, shun the spot-light and are rarely filmed or photographed.
South African Chemical Warfare by NIZA
 Questions about the involvement of the South African Apartheid regime and it's secret services in external operations like hit squads, chemical and biological warfare.
Soviet Intelligence: Inside the Aquarium by Victor Suvorov
 The spetsnaz soldier is the elite of the soviet reconnaissance forces. Sort of the green beret equivalent.
Special Report: Mexican Irregular Forces/Rebel Groups
 The well-known Subcommander Marcos, head of the Zapatista National Liberation Army in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico's biggest rebel force, said in November 1996 that several other guerrilla movements were active. ``There are three or four armed groups that the government does not want to recognize in the states of Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Veracruz and Puebla,'' he claimed.
State Dept. Documents Concerning Human Rights Violations: Guatemala, 1984 - 1995 by U.S. Department of State
 During this period, the Guatemalan Government and Army were fighting a guerrilla army conducting an entrenched insurgency in remote areas of the country. In the context of this war, the human rights situation was a serious problem as chronicled in detail in the State Department's annual Human Rights Reports to Congress. Officially perpetrated violence generated major tensions in U.S.-Guatemalan relations and led the United States Government to suspend military aid more than once.
Suspicious Activities Involving Israeli Art Students at DEA Facilities by DEA
 The activities of these Israeli art students raised the suspicion of IS and other field offices when attempts were made to circumvent the access control systems at DEA offices, and when these individuals began to solicit their paintings at the homes of DEA employees. The nature of the individuals' conduct, combined with intelligence information and historical information regarding past incidents involving Israeli Organized Crime, leads IS to believe the incidents may well be an organized intelligence gathering activity.
Talking in Their Sleep
 In February 1998 the British government took out a High Court injunction against former Daily Mirror foreign editor, Nicholas Davies, in an attempt to frustrate publication of his book, Ten-Thirty-Three. After a protracted legal fight, the book has now been published by Mainstream Publishing. Ten-Thirty-Three was the code number given to Brian Nelson, the chief intelligence officer for the Ulster Defence Association, and also a member of the Force Research Unit, a hand-picked section of British Military Intelligence set up to target Republicans.
Text of Israeli Supreme Court Decision on GSS Practices by A. Barak
 The General Security Service investigates individuals suspected of committing crimes against Israel's security. The interrogations are conducted on the basis of directives regulating interrogation methods. These directives equally authorize investigators to apply physical means against those undergoing interrogation. The basis for permitting such methods is that they are deemed immediately necessary for saving human lives. Is the sanctioning of these interrogation practices legal?
The "Enemy Within": EU Plans the Surveillance of Protestors by Statewatch
 Seven EU governments: Germany, Sweden, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom, wanted to go even further and create an explicit EU-wide database of "troublemakers " and to introduce travel bans on suspected troublemakers across the EU.
The Communications Security Establishment: An Unofficial Look Inside by Bill Robinson
 The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is Canada's national Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) organization. SIGINT, as defined by the Canadian government, is ``all processes involved in, and information and technical material derived from, the interception and study of foreign communications and non-communications electromagnetic emissions.''
The Evolution of Secret Police Forces
 Among the earliest secret police forces organized along modern lines were the Venetian Inquisition and the Oprichina of Czar Ivan IV of Russia. The institution has reached its most menacing aspect in the modern state?largely because of the improved technology at its disposal. Two 20th-century examples, that of Russia and later the Soviet Union and that of Nazi Germany, illustrate the workings of modern secret police forces.
The French Gendarmerie Special Intervention Group by Eric Micheletti
 Created in the mid-1970's when terrorism was becoming an international courage, the GIGN (Groupe d'Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale - National Gendarmerie Intervention Group) has won worldwide acclaim for the successful way its gendarmes liberated hostages.
The Fujimori Regime's Reign of Terror
 In response to a revolutionary war successive Peruvian regimes have carried out a dirty and vicious counter-insurgency war. Tens of thousands have been massacred, disappeared or executed by government forces.
The History of MI5
 The history of MI5, the internal branch of the British security services, from 1909 to present
The International Campaign to Indict Iraqi War Criminals
The Israeli Spy Ring Scandal by whatreallyhappened
 Prior to 9/11, the FBI had discovered the presence of a massive spy ring inside the United States run by the government of Israel. This seems a harsh gratitude from a nation which obtains 10% of its annual budget from the American taxpayer, $3+ billion a year. Over the years, American taxpayers have been required to send Israel more than four times what the US spent to go to the moon.
The Mega Spy Scandel Between Washington and Israel
The Nefarious Activities of Pakistan's ISI by VHP
 The ISI is to Pakistan what the KGB was to the erstwhile Soviet Union - powerful ubiquitious and a state within state. A detailed study of ISI in this paper will show how the agency has been Pakistan's invisible government over the years.
The Role of Pakistan's Military Intelligence in the 9/11 Attacks by Michel Chossudovsky
 The Bush Administration consciously took the decision in "the post September 11 consultations" at the State Department to directly "cooperate" with Pakistan's military intelligence (ISI) despite its links to Osama bin Laden and the Taliban and its alleged role in the assassination of Commander Masood, which coincidentally occurred two days before the terrorist attacks.
The SAS Role in the Qala-i-Janghi Massacre by Mike Ingram
 The Labour government has refused Amnesty International's demand for an inquiry into the massacre of hundreds of Taliban prisoners at the Qala-i-Janghi fortress in late November.
The Secret War-Pre-9/11, We Fought A Covert War Against Israel by Justin Raimondo
 To most of us, that horrific event was a bolt out of the blue, with no prelude, no precedent, and no way to anticipate that the best days of our lives could turn into the worst. But the view from inside the US Government must have looked a whole lot different, i.e. far more threatening. Yet the threat seemed to be coming, not from Bin Laden, but incredibly from the Israelis, who, not content with having gained access to our phone system and federal wiretaps, were penetrating American military and government targets.
The Structure of Iraq's Amn Al Khass (Special Security Organization)
 Located in Hai Al Tashriya district next to the Director General's Office. This office also includes the ID department which produces all Ids for the SSO, the SSO prison and the security department.
The Structure of the Mukhabarat (Iraqi Intelligence Service - IIS)
 Secret Service: It is located inside the HQ complex of the IIS. Its activities take place both in Iraq and abroad. Agents of D4 are infiltrated into Iraqi Government departments, the Baath Party, associations, unions and organisations, Iraqi embassies and the opposition. D4 works in co-ordination with D3, D5, D9, D12, D14, D18.
Treason 101
 Espionage is a high-risk criminal offense. The traitor must fear arrest for the rest of his or her life, as the statute of limitations does not apply to espionage. Former National Security Agency employee Robert Lipka was arrested in 1996 -- 30 years after he left NSA and 22 years after his last contact with Soviet intelligence. There are four principal ways by which spies are detected.
Turkish Media Adjusts Further to Military Discipline by Ismet Imset
 While objective observers of Turkey's Kurdish conflict and human rights are ruthlessly being silenced, the press in general is motivated by an immense trend of ethnic-Turkish nationalism. The odds are that in pursuing the current cover-up of truth, what is at stake is Turkey's overall grasp of realities and the future stability of a country, which is ending up in the whirlpool of believing in its own lies.
UK Government Organisations Involved in Communications and Information Systems Security by Dr Brian Gladman
 The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) GCHQ is the UK's electronic intelligence collection agency - the jargon term for this is SIGINT - short for Signals Intelligence. It has its Headquarters in Cheltenham and its collection facilities are located at many sites both in the UK and overseas. It undertakes collection, decryption, language translation and, for some traffic, interpretation as well.
UK Intelligence and Security Services
 The United Kingdom has three intelligence and security services, collectively known as the Agencies - the Security Service, SIS and GCHQ.
Unexchanged Spies
Use of Torture Against Palestinian Political Prisoners
 Palestinian political prisoners are subjected to egregious torture by the interrogators of the Israeli General Security Services (the Shin Bet). Torture is used routinely and systematically, even in circumstances where there is no evident threat to Israel's security.
Watching the Watchers: The Spanish Police by Assembly of Nodo50
 In this report we will explain how Nodo50 has been monitored by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in order to point out that the Government knows everything that the Antiglobalitation Movement thinks and discusses. Hence it is lying when it maintains that violent actions are being prepared from Nodo50 including production of a sabotage manual, urban guerrilla warfare etc.
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