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10 May 2015 Military News

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  • Senate to deter nuclear deal enactment only for 2 months: Araqchi IRNA 10 May 2015 -- Iran's senior nuclear negotiator said US Senate's intervention can delay execution of a deal only for about 2 months, a lawmaker said on Sunday.
  • Iran has been serious in nuclear talks: Speaker IRNA 10 May 2015 -- Majlis (Parliament) Speaker Ali Larijani said on Sunday Iran has always been serious and determined in the nulcear negotiations adding upon mutual honesty and seriousness of the other party, the talks can result in expected results.
  • Salehi: Nuclear talks progressing well IRNA 10 May 2015 -- Head of Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi said on Sunday that nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1 Group are advancing well and Iranian negotiators are defending sovereignty rights and national interests properly.
  • Iran not interfering in Iraq: President Fuad Masum ISNA 10 May 2015 -- Iraqi President Fuad Masum dismissed allegations that the Islamic Republic interferes in Iraq, saying Tehran's support for Baghdad in the fight against ISIL terrorists has been out of brotherly intentions.
  • Iran reaffirms support for Iraq security, stability Press TV 10 May 2015 -- A senior Iranian official says Iraq's stability and security is key to regional security, stressing that the Islamic Republic will proceed with its support for the Iraqi government and nation.
  • Nemtsov Report On Putin And Ukraine War To Be Released RFE/RL 10 May 2015 -- On the evening of February 25, the Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov came to his friend, Ilya Yashin, to ask for help with his latest investigation: a sensitive report on Russian soldiers secretly fighting in Ukraine.
  • US Congress Mulls Future of Federal Bulk Data Collection VOA 10 May 2015 -- This week brings increased pressure on U.S. lawmakers to reform or reauthorize the National Security Agency's ability to gather domestic telephone records for anti-terrorist purposes, because the program expires at the end of this month.
  • US spy agency asked German intelligence to snoop on Siemens: Report Press TV 10 May 2015 -- The US National Security Agency asked German intelligence service to spy on the European country's technology giant Siemens, a new report reveals.
  • NSA Asked German Help in Spying on Siemens Over Alleged Ties With Russia Sputnik 10 May 2015 -- The US National Security Agency (NSA) requested its German counterparts to help them spy on the Germany-based technology giant Siemens, who they claimed had ties with Russia, Bild am Sonntag weekly reported Sunday citing an unnamed intelligence source.
  • IS Constructs A 'Can-Do' Image In Mosul RFE/RL 10 May 2015 -- For the Islamic State (IS) group, appearances are everything. That's why, in recent days, the militant group has focused its propaganda efforts on positive developments in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
  • US Security Chief Warns of 'New Phase' in Terrorist Threat VOA 10 May 2015 -- The worldwide terrorist threat has entered a 'new phase,' where media savvy Islamist extremists are successfully attracting so-called 'lone wolf' attackers to their cause, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned Sunday.
  • Fighting Ends In Northern Macedonia RFE/RL 10 May 2015 -- Fighting between security forces and members of an armed group in the northern Macedonian town of Kumanovo has ended after nearly two days of violence and many casualties.
  • Macedonian President: Police Prevented Widespread Terrorist Attack VOA 10 May 2015 -- Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said police prevented what he calls a 'coordinated terror attack' after an armed group battled officers in northern Macedonia Saturday.



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