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07 July 2014 Military News

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  • US double agent allegation serious: Merkel Iran Press TV 07 Jul 2014 -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel says allegations of spying against a suspected US double agent are serious, as German ministers call for swift answers from Washington.
  • US Says It Will Help Resolve German Spy Allegation VOA 07 Jul 2014 -- The United States says it will work with Germany to resolve concerns over whether one of its intelligence employees was a double agent spying for Washington, but is declining to say whether the allegation is true.
  • A Bogeyman In Russia, U.S. Envoy Appears Poised For Moscow Job RFE/RL 07 Jul 2014 -- In Moscow they have called him a regime-change expert, a "diplomatic diversionist" dispatched by Washington to foment unrest in Russia's neighboring states. And now he appears to be headed to Russia, where Kremlin surrogates warn he may try to do the same.
  • South Stream Pipeline Construction to Profit Russian, European consumers - Lavrov RIA Novosti 07 Jul 2014 -- Both Russian and European consumers will benefit from the South Stream gas pipeline construction, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview with Bulgarian Focus News Agency.
  • Eduard Shevardnadze, Former Georgian President, Dies RFE/RL 07 Jul 2014 -- Eduard Shevardnadze, the former Georgian president and Soviet foreign minister, died on July 7 at the age of 86.
  • Tensions High as Protesters Rally in Kenya's Capital VOA 07 Jul 2014 -- A festive atmosphere in Nairobi's Uhuru Park belies the tension surrounding Monday's political rally, with concerns among the population and the government that it could boil over into violence.
  • Islamist Insurgency Fueled by Global Finance Web VOA 07 Jul 2014 -- The little cans were at cash registers everywhere in Kuwait, where I lived during much of the 1990s. Covered with pictures of children in anguish amid burning rubble, these cans collected coins and cash for "Palestinian Relief" or the like. Sometimes, I put my change into these cans, causing the person behind the counter to often give me a puzzled look. Then, I learned from my Kuwaiti friends that these collection cans were not always helping those kids – many were funding Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, and other violent groups.



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