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military-intelligence

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  • The blast near a military-intelligence agency killed at least 20 people and wounded more than 100.

    Photos of the Day: March 8

  • Lawmakers on Congress's intelligence committees are privy to information about all CIA and military-intelligence operations, but members of at least two other panels want insight on the drone program.

    Tensions Rising Over Drone Secrecy

  • Despite wrapping his $3.8 trillion 2013 austerity-budget-for-some in populist rhetoric, the president's budget reflects a solid priority to the military-intelligence complex with $901 billion as compared to a $40 billion cut from 2012's domestic spending level.

    Renee Parsons: Who Will Feed the Children?

  • The four Homs protesters were moved to what they believed was a military-intelligence facility for an additional five or six days, and put in a three-by-six-foot cell with nine or 10 others.

    In Syria, Accounts of Widening Torture

  • Peres may be overstating, but moderate Arab leaders would obviously like a Sunni-Jewish alliance: Israeli compromise — an agreement, for instance, to freeze settlement growth on the West Bank — would prove to their pro-Palestinian constituents that Arab states, and not Iran, are guarantors of Palestinian interests, and it would allow them to deepen their subterranean military-intelligence connections with Israel on the Iran question.

    How Iran Could Save the Middle East

  • They say the discovery that bin Laden had been living so close to the Pakistani capital for years fueled the U.S. belief that al Qaeda and other anti-American militant groups have received secret protection or support from elements within the country's military-intelligence agencies.

    U.S. Links Pakistani Aid to Performance

  • No one claimed responsibility for the blasts at a military-intelligence headquarters and police station, which Syria's state news agency said killed 28 people and wounded 235.

    Attacks Bring Syria's Chaos to New Front

  • By voiding the rulings of the court without a second thought, Israel's military-intelligence apparatus has demonstrated the preeminence of its power.

    Inside the Media Blackout in the Middle East's Only Democracy

  • In his current job, he oversees all the military-intelligence agencies, and has focused much of his energy during the Obama administration on Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    Clapper Nominated as Intelligence Director

  • US drone missiles slaughtered 700 Pakistani civilians in 2009 yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'US drone missiles slaughtered 700 Pakistani civilians in 2009'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The military-intelligence apparatus has embraced the drone missile attacks as a technological answer to the problem of waging a war that is opposed by the majority of the American people.

    US drone missiles slaughtered 700 Pakistani civilians in 2009

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