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24 March 2015 Military News

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  • US Officials React to Allegations of Israeli Spying VOA 24 Mar 2015 -- U.S. President Barack Obama said when it comes to the negotiations to secure an agreement ensuring Iran does not get a nuclear weapon, the U.S. has been briefing the U.S. Congress on developments as well as Israel and other partners around the world.
  • White House officials say Israel spied on Iran talks to sink nuclear deal Press TV 24 Mar 2015 -- Top White House officials have revealed that Israel began to spy on the closed-door nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group last year in order to sink an agreement.
  • Israel Denies Spying on Iran Nuclear Talks to Hinder Any Deal Sputnik 24 Mar 2015 -- Israel dismissed on Tuesday a Wall Street Journal report, which claimed that the country was spying on participants of closed-door talks on the Iranian nuclear program, CNN said, citing an unnamed high-profile Israeli official.
  • US-Intercepted Data Reveals Israel Spying on Talks With Iran - Reports Sputnik 24 Mar 2015 -- Israel spied on the world powers' nuclear talks with Iran and was using the obtained information to urge the US lawmakers' opposition against a nuclear deal with Tehran, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
  • Israel Reportedly Spying on Iranian Nuclear Talks VOA 24 Mar 2015 -- As the United States and a group of five other world powers held nuclear negotiations with Iran, U.S. ally Israel used espionage to glean details of the secret talks and work behind the scenes to scuttle any potential agreement, according to a report posted late Monday by The Wall Street Journal.
  • Tehran asks Amano to avoid moving beyond IAEA reports on Iran IRNA 24 Mar 2015 -- A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran denounced remarks made by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Tehran's nuclear issue, and asked Yukiya Amano to avoid commenting on Iran-world powers talks beyond the framework of the IAEA periodic reports.
  • Analysts: IS Group Strategically Placing Foreign Fighters VOA 24 Mar 2015 -- On the Turkish border with Syria, Turkish lawmaker Mehmet Ali Ediboglu says he is in touch with the families of the 11 doctors and medical students that sneaked into Syrian territory held by the Islamic State (IS) group.
  • China arrests spy suspect People's Daily 24 Mar 2015 -- Chinese authorities have arrested a taxi driver they accuse of selling military secrets to foreign spies.
  • UAE Moves to Purchase Russian Spacecraft Launch Platform Sputnik 24 Mar 2015 -- The United Arab Emirates expressed interest in the purchase of the international spacecraft launch platform 'Sea Launch".
  • Analysts: Turkey's President, PM Vie to Control Ruling Party VOA 24 Mar 2015 -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's efforts to maintain his dominance over his country's politics are causing splits with his ruling AK Party. The struggle for control of the party now centers on who will decide which candidates it will run in June's parliamentary election.
  • Orphaned Dictator: The Making Of Uzbekistan's Islam Karimov RFE/RL 24 Mar 2015 -- Karimov has been called a dictator, and among Central Asia's "strongmen," he is likely the strongest, or at least the most ruthless. He rules a country of 31 million people, nearly half the entire population of Central Asia, and he exerts strict control over his country.



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