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12 March 2015 Military News

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  • Leader warns of trickery in Iran nuclear talks Press TV 12 Mar 2015 -- Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has urged the Iranian negotiators in the nuclear talks with the P5+1 group of world powers to exercise vigilance over the subterfuge of the other side.
  • Iran's Ayatollah Slams Republican Senators' Letter VOA 12 Mar 2015 -- Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, criticized an open letter sent by 47 U.S. Republican Senators to Tehran about the ongoing negotiations on Iran's nuclear program, saying the move showed 'disintegration' in U.S. politics.
  • Analysis: Senators' Letter to Tehran Could Impact Nuclear Talks VOA 12 Mar 2015 -- An open letter sent by 47 U.S. Republican senators to Tehran about the ongoing negotiations on Iran's nuclear program could impact the talks, experts say.
  • US leak investigation stalls over fears of revealing US-Israel anti-Iran operation Press TV 12 Mar 2015 -- An investigation into a top US military general accused of leaking sensitive information has been halted over fears it could confirm a joint US-Israeli covert operation against Iran's nuclear program, according to US officials.
  • 'UK spies snooping on communications data in bulk' Press TV 12 Mar 2015 -- British lawmakers have, for the first time, acknowledged that the country's spy agencies are snooping on private communication data in bulk.
  • The Sick Man Of Moscow RFE/RL 12 Mar 2015 -- Vladimir Putin may well be seriously ill, or worse. (...) Whether Putin is sick, or 'is feeling fine,' as his spokesman Dmitry Peskov insists, the system he presides over is far from healthy. Even if Putin the man is in top form, the 'collective Putin,' Russia's informal ruling circle, is showing signs of deep distress.
  • Activist Barred From Visiting Nemtsov Slaying Suspects After Torture Claim RFE/RL 12 Mar 2015 -- A Russian human rights activist has been questioned by investigators after he said there were signs a suspect in opposition politician Boris Nemtsov's killing was tortured.
  • Turkey Uses Special Powers to Halt Metal Workers Strike VOA 12 Mar 2015 -- After just two days of a nationwide strike by Turkey's Metal Workers Union, the government invoked emergency powers to postpone the strike for 60 days, claiming national security was threatened.



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