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10 February 2015 Military News

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  • Washington Seeking Change of Power in Russia - Russian Official Sputnik 10 Feb 2015 -- The United States is actively using the Ukrainian conflict to force a change of power in Moscow and split Russian society, Russia's Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said.
  • US Creates Cyber-CIA to Fight Hackers Sputnik 10 Feb 2015 -- The Obama administration announced creation of another federal intelligence center in the long list of law enforcement and spy services. This time its main task will be cyberintel.
  • Ukraine Jails 'Russian Spy' for Nine Years on Treason Charge Sputnik 10 Feb 2015 -- Northern Ukraine's Chernigiv Court has sentenced a former military serviceman to a nine-year jail term on charges of espionage in favor of Russia, the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) said Tuesday in a statement.
  • New York Court Indicts Alleged Russian Agent Sputnik 10 Feb 2015 -- Russian national Evgeny Buryakov was indicted without a hearing at the US District Court of Southern District of New York on Monday, a spokesperson from the court told Sputnik following the decision.
  • President: Iran has taken due steps in nuclear talks IRNA 10 Feb 2015 -- President Hassan Rouhani said Iran is following nuclear negotiations seriously, adding that 'good progress has been achieved, though we haven't reached final agreement yet'.
  • Iran unveils indigenous tubular centrifuge Iran Press TV 10 Feb 2015 -- Iran has unveiled its first indigenous tubular centrifuge to expedite production of recombinant medicines, including vaccines.
  • Iran favors win-win nuclear deal with P5+1: Rouhani Iran Press TV 10 Feb 2015 -- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country favors a "win-win" nuclear deal with the P5+1 states, expressing hope that Tehran's negotiating sides would show the necessary political resolve for the settlement of the nuclear case.
  • Chinese premier vows devolution to limit graft People's Daily 10 Feb 2015 -- The Chinese government will devolve some powers to lower levels in order to reduce scope for officials bargaining for benefits, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday, putting forward requirements for anti-corruption work in 2015.
  • WHO: Ebola Deaths, Infections on the Rise VOA 10 Feb 2015 -- The number of deaths from Ebola has risen to 9,152, a sharp increase following weeks in which the outbreak appeared to be weakening.
  • 'Vigilant, determined, united': UN urges cohesive front against terrorism UN News Centre 10 Feb 2015 -- The international community must remain united in countering the threat of global terrorism despite the attempts by extremist groups to "spread fear by competing in brutality," United Nations Deputy-Secretary-General Jan Eliasson declared today.
  • Egypt, Russia Sign Military, Economic and Nuclear Accords VOA 10 Feb 2015 -- Russia and Egypt signed several agreements to reinforce military and economic ties, along with a deal to help Cairo develop nuclear power capabilities. The agreements capped a two-day visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
  • Russia Signs Satellite Navigation Cooperation Agreement With China Sputnik 10 Feb 2015 -- As part of the Russian agency's official visit to China, head of Roscosmos Igor Komarov met with the leader of China's National Space Administration, Xu Dazhe.

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