Afghan opiates remain global threat, says new UNODC study IRNA 31 Jul 2011 -- Afghanistan remains by far the largest source of the global illicit trade in opium and heroin, which generated some US$ 68 billion in 2009 - a sum exceeding the GDP of many countries - according to a study.
Washington's Linkage Of Iran And Al-Qaeda Could Have Consequences For Nuclear Talks RFE/RL 29 Jul 2011 -- The U.S. government has accused Iran of permitting Al-Qaeda operatives to funnel a substantial amount of money through its territory to their leaders in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
UN urges anti-drug measures for both Afghanistan and 'consumer countries' UN News Centre 29 Jul 2011 -- The head of the United Nations anti-drugs agency has called for strengthening border controls around Afghanistan – still the world's leading producer of opium and heroin – boosting security in that country, and lowering demand in so-called 'consumer countries.'
South Korean Police Probing Country's Worst-Ever Cyber Attack VOA 29 Jul 2011 -- South Korean authorities and online security analysts say they are assessing the extent of damage caused by what may be the largest data breach in the country's history.
29 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Do Norway Killings Signal Change in Europe’s Attitude Toward Islam? VOA 28 Jul 2011 -- The recent shocking tragedy in Norway has highlighted the disconnect between European nations and their Muslim populations.
Lockheed Martin Awarded $72M to Help TSA Upgrade and Install New Airport Security Equipment Lockheed Martin 28 Jul 2011 -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been awarded two regional task orders totalling $72 million to help TSA integrate and deploy new passenger screening and security equipment at airports across the east and central United States. The task orders were awarded under the TSA's Security Equipment Systems Integration (SESI) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) vehicle and include one base-year plus one option-year.
Norway Says Attacker Worked Alone VOA 28 Jul 2011 -- Norway's security chief says it appears increasingly likely that the suspect in last week's attacks that killed 76 people acted alone.
Counterterrorism Experts to Review Norway's Security Services VOA 28 Jul 2011 -- Counter terrorism experts from the European Union and Norway will meet in Brussels to discuss ways to prevent attacks.
Security cameras caught Breivik shortly before blast in Oslo RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2011 -- Twin terror attack suspect Anders Behring Breivik was filmed by security cameras near the prime minister's offices in Oslo.
Norway Police End Search For Bodies At Island RFE/RL 28 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian police ended the search for bodies near Utoeya island, where an anti-Islam extremist killed 68 people in a shooting rampage last week.
Breivik ‘underwent paramilitary training in Belarus’ RIA Novosti 28 Jul 2011 -- Belarusian opposition politician: Norway’s twin terror suspect Anders Behring Breivik trained at a secret paramilitary field camp in Belarus earlier this year.
Police: US Soldier Close to Targeting Military Personnel VOA 28 Jul 2011 -- Police say a U.S. soldier arrested after bomb-making material was found in a motel room in the U.S. state of Texas planned to target military personnel.
U.S. Accuses Iran Of Secret Deal With Al-Qaeda RFE/RL 28 Jul 2011 -- The United States has accused Iran for the first time of a secret pact with Al-Qaeda under which the Islamic republic helps funnel cash, militants and weapons.
Eritrea planned massive attack against African Union summit, UN News Centre 28 Jul 2011 -- The Eritrean Government planned a massive attack on an African Union meeting held earlier this year, according to a new UN report.
Rights Group Criticizes Indonesian Muslim Group Sentence VOA 28 Jul 2011 -- An Indonesian court has sentenced a group of Muslim extremists involved in a deadly mob attack on members of the Ahmadiyah Muslim minority sect to several months in jail.
Jacoby: Relationships Drive Northcom, NORAD Missions AFPS 28 Jul 2011 -- The job of commanding the U.S. Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command will require building confidence and trust among the many partners involved.
28 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Norway Massacre Highlights Europe's Growing Far Right VOA 27 Jul 2011 -- Norway's PM: European intelligence agencies have joined the investigation into last week's terror attacks.
Norway to Set Up Commission to Investigate Attacks VOA 27 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian PM Stoltenberg says his government will set up an independent commission to investigate the shooting and bomb attack last week.
Norwegian PM: Security, Police Response To Be Reevaluated RFE/RL 27 Jul 2011 -- PM Stoltenberg has said that Norway would review police response and security measures after a mourning period.
Norwegian minister praises police over Breivik attack RIA Novosti 27 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian Justice Minister Knut Storberget praised the actions by the country's police authorities over the way they handled terror attacks.
Breivik could be put in mental institution if found insane RIA Novosti 27 Jul 2011 -- Anders Behring Breivik, the principal suspect in the twin terror attacks in Norway last Friday, may undergo compulsory medical treatment.
70 kids targeted by Islamophobic terrorist in Norway were Muslims IRNA 27 Jul 2011 -- Some 70 of those kids targeted by Islamophobic terrorist at the Labour Party summer camp on the coast of lake Tyrifjorden at Utoya island on July 22 were Muslims.
Norway police search for man compared with murder suspect Breivik RIA Novosti 27 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian police are looking for an "insane and dangerous" man, who has compared himself with Anders Behring Breivik.
India, Pakistan agree on need to strengthen cooperation on counter-terrorism IRNA 27 Jul 2011 -- Indian and Pakistan agreed on the need to strengthen cooperation on counter-terrorism.
Yemeni Militants Demand Ransom for Missing Aid Workers VOA 27 Jul 2011 -- Al-Qaida-linked militants in Yemen are demanding a $12 million ransom for the release of three French aid workers who went missing in May.
Scotland Yard Says Arrested LulzSec Spokesman RFE/RL 27 Jul 2011 -- Scotland Yard says it has arrested the suspected spokesman of the Lulz Security hacking group.
Uzbek Man Charged Over Obama Threats RFE/RL 27 Jul 2011 -- A U.S. federal grand jury has indicted an Uzbek man for allegedly threatening to kill President Barack Obama and possessing illegal firearms.
27 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Norway Police Begin Releasing Names of Attack Victims VOA 26 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian police have begun releasing the names of those killed in last week's bombing and massacre.
Lawyer says Norway Gunman Appears 'Insane' VOA 26 Jul 2011 -- The lawyer of a man charged with killing at least 76 people in Norway says his client appears to be insane.
Defense Lawyer Says Norway Terror Suspect Appears Insane VOA 26 Jul 2011 -- The defense lawyer for Norwegian terror suspect Anders Behring Breivik says the case suggests his client is insane.
Belarus And Norway Reflected In The Mirror Of Terrorism RFE/RL 26 Jul 2011 -- Only about one-third of Belarusians, according to opinion polls, believe one man carried out the Minsk attack, in which 15 people were killed.
Norway Killer Hints At 'Cells' Abroad; Police Response Defended RFE/RL 26 Jul 2011 -- The defense lawyer for the man thought to be behind attacks in Norway says the suspect has suggested there are collaborators.
Breivik had accomplices in Norway and abroad - lawyer RIA Novosti 26 Jul 2011 -- A lawyer for Anders Behring Breivik said his client confessed to him of having two accomplices in Norway and several more abroad.
Erroneous linking of Norwegian attacks to Islam ‘revealing’ UN News Centre 26 Jul 2011 -- UN human rights expert on freedom of religion: Media reports on mass murder in Norway which implied a possible connection with Islamist terrorism were “revealing” and “embarrassing” examples of prejudice.
EU to speed up chemicals sales restrictions after Norway attacks RIA Novosti 26 Jul 2011 -- The European Commission will speed up the introduction of new regulations on chemicals sales after a Norwegian extremist killed 76 people.
EU to set up extremism warning system RIA Novosti 26 Jul 2011 -- The European Commission is building a security system to issue early warnings on threats of extremism, xenophobia and other forms of radicalism.
Russia, U.S. to hold nuclear security drills in August RIA Novosti 26 Jul 2011 -- Russia and the United States will hold joint nuclear security drills under the auspices of the bilateral military cooperation committee.
US Report: Government Sting Operation 'Reckless' VOA 26 Jul 2011 -- A U.S. congressional committee has reported that officials failed to inform diplomats at the U.S. embassy in Mexico about a "reckless" sting operation.
Head Of U.S. Cyberdefense Agency Resigns In Wake Of Hacker Attacks RFE/RL 26 Jul 2011 -- The head of a U.S. government agency responsible for helping respond to cyberattacks on government networks has resigned following several high-profile attacks.
Pilot laser-blinded while landing at Russia's largest airport RIA Novosti 26 Jul 2011 -- Moscow police said they were searching for a person, who tried to blind with pen laser a pilot as he was landing passenger jet at Russia's largest airport, Domodedovo.
26 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Norway Suspect Appears ‘Calm’ at Hearing VOA 25 Jul 2011 -- A man charged with killing at least 76 people in Norway appeared ‘calm’ during his first court appearance in Oslo, according to Norwegian officials.
Police Lower Death Toll in Norway Attacks to 76 VOA 25 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian police have revised their casualty figures for a mass shooting and bomb attack last Friday, lowering the number of people killed to 76.
Norwegian authorities failed to act on Breivik 'explosives' report RIA Novosti 25 Jul 2011 -- Norway's intelligence services failed to act on a report that the man charged with act of terrorism had illegally bought chemicals that could be used to create a bomb.
Norway twin attack suspect 'has accomplices' RIA Novosti 25 Jul 2011 -- Man charged with a bombing and a shooting in Oslo has told a court hearing there are "two more cells" working with him.
Norway massacre suspect remanded RIA Novosti 25 Jul 2011 -- A Norwegian court remanded Anders Behring Breivik, the prime suspect in the twin terrorist attacks that killed over 90 people.
Norwegian Massacre Suspect Pleads 'Not Guilty' RFE/RL 25 Jul 2011 -- 32-year-old Norwegian man arrested for the massacre appeared in court to explain his motives.
Norway Bombing Suspect Makes First Court Appearance VOA 25 Jul 2011 -- The custody hearing for the man who admitted to Friday's bombing and mass shooting in Norway has ended after 35 minutes.
UK looks at lesson from Norway's worst terror attack IRNA 25 Jul 2011 -- The UK National Security Council was meeting Monday to discuss Britain's response to Norway's worst-ever terrorist attack carried out by a right-wing Christian extremist.
Britain Reviews Scrutiny of Far-Right Extremists Following Norway Horror VOA 25 Jul 2011 -- British Prime Minister David Cameron's office says his country will review its scrutiny of far-right extremist groups in the wake of Friday's mass killings in Norway.
Intelligence agents to appear before Osama panel IRNA 25 Jul 2011 -- Senior intelligence officials will appear before the high level commission investigating the U.S. unilateral raid to kill Osama bin Laden.
Britain Farmers Find Promise in a Crop Illegal in Afghanistan VOA 25 Jul 2011 -- Farmers in Britain are harvesting a surprising new crop in an effort to combat a shortage of painkillers.
Remarks at White House Release of Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime The White House 25 Jul 2011
Presidential Memorandum - Blocking Property of Transnational Criminal Orgainzations The White House 25 Jul 2011
Executive Order - Blocking Property of Transnational Criminal Organizations The White House 25 Jul 2011
FACT SHEET: Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime The White House 25 Jul 2011
Mullen Addresses Transnational Crime, Military Relations AFPS 25 Jul 2011 -- Steps to curb transnational organized crime, as addressed in a White House initiative, are important to severing funding to terrorists, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
White House Unveils Strategy To Combat Transnational Organized Crime RFE/RL 25 Jul 2011 -- The White House has unveiled its new Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime.
Russian organized crime 'significant threat' to US RIA Novosti 25 Jul 2011 -- Russian and Eurasian organized crime networks represent a significant threat to economic growth and democratic institutions in the United States.
Defense Department Launches Cyber Strategy Website AFPS 25 Jul 2011 -- The Defense Department has launched a new website to highlight its first unified strategy for cyberspace.
25 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Police: Norway Attacks Suspect Acted Alone, Admits Responsibility RFE/RL 24 Jul 2011 -- Norway's police say the man suspected of orchestrating the bomb and gun attacks that killed at least 92 people on July 22 says he acted alone.
Death toll in Norway deadly bombing, shooting drops to 92 - police RIA Novosti 24 Jul 2011 -- The death toll in two separate attacks in Norway has dropped to 92, including seven people killed in a deadly bombing in Oslo and 85 shot dead at a nearby youth camp on the Utoya Island, Norwegian TV channel NRK reported on Sunday, citing police data.
Norway Gunman Says He Acted Alone VOA 24 Jul 2011 -- The suspect charged in Norway for a twin attack that killed at least 93 people and wounded a further 86 has told police he acted alone. But Norwegian counter-terrorism police say they carried out a raid in eastern Oslo connected to Friday's shootings and bombing. Local media said several people were detained.
At Least 92 Dead After Norway Explosion, Shooting Rampage RFE/RL 23 Jul 2011 -- Norway is slowly coming to terms with the fact that the twin shooting and bomb attacks there on July 22 have killed at least 92 people.
Suspect confesses to Norwegian camp mass killing RIA Novosti 23 Jul 2011 -- A 32-year old ethnic Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik, suspected of killing over 80 people on the Utoya Island, confessed on Saturday in the mass killing, Dagbladet paper said citing Oslo police.
Norway: Security Council deplores deadly terrorist attacks UN News Centre 23 Jul 2011 -- Security Council members today strongly condemned the twin terrorist attacks in Norway that have killed more than 90 people, including many young people, and left numerous others injured.
Norway Shooting-Bombing Suspect Recently Bought Six Tons of Fertilizer VOA 23 Jul 2011 -- The Norwegian man suspected in Friday's horrific bombing and shooting rampage recently bought six tons of fertilizer, a product sometimes used in bomb-making.
'Right Wing' Man Charged in Norway Massacre VOA 23 Jul 2011 -- Norwegian police are questioning the suspected gunman who shot and killed at least 85 people at a youth summer camp hours after he allegedly set off a bomb blast that killed seven people in the capital, Oslo. Police are also investigating the possibility there might have been a second gunman involved in the attack.
Obama Expresses Condolences to Norway Over Attacks VOA 22 Jul 2011 -- President Barack Obama has expressed his condolences to the Norwegian people over bomb explosion.
Bomb Blast, Gun Assault Terrorize Norway VOA 22 Jul 2011 -- Violent attacks savaged normally peaceful Norway, with an Oslo bomb blast killing at least seven people.
Norway Rocked By Simultaneous Deadly Explosion And Gun Rampage RFE/RL 22 Jul 2011 -- A huge explosion in the Norwegian capital of Oslo has killed at least seven people.
Blast Rocks Norway Government Headquarters VOA 22 Jul 2011 -- A large explosion in Norway's capital, Oslo, rocked government headquarters on Friday, killing at least two people and injuring 15 others.
At Least Two Killed In Blast At Norway Government Headquarters RFE/RL 22 Jul 2011 -- A huge explosion in the Norwegian capital of Oslo has killed at least two people and damaged several government buildings.
Oslo hit by deadly bombing, shootings RIA Novosti 22 Jul 2011 -- At least ten people were killed on Friday as a massive bomb went off at the government headquarters in the Norwegian capital of Oslo and a man opened fire at random at a youth camp, police and media reports said.
Musharraf Defends Pakistan Spy Agency RFE/RL 22 Jul 2011 -- Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has defended Pakistan's national intelligence agency.
22 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Musharraf: Bin Laden's Death Won't Weaken al-Qaida VOA 21 Jul 2011 -- Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says he does not think al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's death will weaken the terrorist group.
US Warns of Possible Terror Threat Against Public Utilities VOA 21 Jul 2011 -- A U.S. government bulletin is warning that violent extremists could try to use insider access to sabotage public utility facilities.
Kazakhstan questions presence on U.S. terror risk list RIA Novosti 21 Jul 2011 -- Kazakhstan is puzzled over its inclusion on a U.S. list that requires immigration officials to keep a special eye on its citizens.
Yemen Says Senior Local Al-Qaeda Member Killed RFE/RL 21 Jul 2011 -- Yemen says a senior leader of the country's Al-Qaeda branch was killed during a battle in the south of the country this week.
Al-Qaeda Affiliate Recruits Kids With Cartoons RFE/RL 21 Jul 2011 -- An Al-Qaeda affiliate is apparently planning to use a cartoon film to recruit children to the terror network.
NATO probes Anonymous hackers' claims IRNA 21 Jul 2011 -- NATO is investigating claims by the computer hacking group Anonymous that it has broken into NATO servers and released confidential documents on its website.
Hackers Claim Breach of NATO Documents VOA 21 Jul 2011 -- Computer hackers are claiming they have breached a vast collection of NATO documents.
Hackers Claim To Have Accessed NATO Computer Server RFE/RL 21 Jul 2011 -- The computer hacker group Anonymous says it has broken into NATO computer servers.
UN agency foresees increased collaboration with Iran in fight against drugs UN News Centre 21 Jul 2011 -- The head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime met today with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
21 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
British shipping expert killed in Yemen bomb attack RIA Novosti 20 Jul 2011 -- Suspected al Qaeda militants killed a British shipping expert and an undetermined number of Yemeni security officers.
Car Bomb Kills British Shipping Executive in Yemen VOA 20 Jul 2011 -- Yemeni officials say a car bomb blast in the southern port of Aden has killed a British shipping executive.
Suspects in 2010 south Russia power plant blasts to go trial RIA Novosti 20 Jul 2011 -- Two people suspected of involvement in a 2010 terrorist attack on a power plant in southern Russia will go on trial.
Kyrgyzstan Refuses Asylum To Alleged Turkish Terrorist RFE/RL 20 Jul 2011 -- Kyrgyzstan's Labor and Migration Ministry has refused to grant refugee status to a Turkish citizen wanted in Turkey for alleged involvement in terrorist activities.
US Teen Accused of Being a Drug Cartel Hitman on Trial in Mexico VOA 20 Jul 2011 -- A teenaged boy accused of being a drug cartel hitman has gone on trial in Mexico.
Guard continues its long tour in flood fight Army News 20 Jul 2011 -- North Dakota National Guard troops continue in their steady vigilance to Guard levees and man quick reaction forces in the event of an emergency.
20 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Secretary Clinton Joint Press Availability with Indian External Affairs Minister Shri S. M. Krishna US Dept. of State 19 Jul 2011
Secretary Clinton Remarks at the Opening Session of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue US Dept. of State 19 Jul 2011
US, India Press Pakistan on Terrorist Safe Havens VOA 19 Jul 2011 -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Indian Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna Tuesday urged Pakistan to do more to eliminate terrorist safe-havens on its territory.
Clinton Calls For Deeper Ties With India During New Delhi Visit RFE/RL 19 Jul 2011 -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has pushed for nuclear deals and deeper security cooperation with India during a visit to New Delhi.
US Charges 'Pakistani Agents' with Conspiracy VOA 19 Jul 2011 -- The US has charged two men with conspiracy, saying they lobbied the US without disclosing they were funded by the Pakistani government.
New Study Asserts Taliban Faction Closely Linked to al-Qaida VOA 19 Jul 2011 -- A new study says a key faction of the Taliban has been far closer to al-Qaida than some previous analyses have suggested.
Man Pleads Guilty to Aiding Somali Militants VOA 19 Jul 2011 -- A man has pleaded guilty to helping recruit young Somali-American men from the northern U.S. state of Minnesota to return to their homeland in an effort to overthrow the Somali government.
FSB Head Claims Planned Terrorist Attack In Moscow Thwarted RFE/RL 19 Jul 2011 -- Federal Security Service director Aleksandr Bortnikov: Four men planning a terrorist attack on transport infrastructure.
Indonesian Police, Wary of Public Backlash, Choose Caution in School Standoff VOA 19 Jul 2011 -- An investigation into a bomb explosion sparked a two-day standoff between police and armed students.
U.S. Promotes New Plan To Battle Drug Trade RFE/RL 19 Jul 2011 -- Counternarcotics officials in Washington have unveiled a plan to help combat the flow of drugs from Afghanistan, through Central Asia, and into Russia.
1st Rwandan Pandemic Disaster Response Exercise Takes 'Whole of Society Approach' AFRICOM 19 Jul 2011 -- Rwanda hosted its first pandemic disaster response tabletop exercise on the shores of Lake Kivu July 11-15, 2011.
19 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
FSB Says 'Major' Terror Attack Averted In Moscow RFE/RL 18 Jul 2011 -- Top security official says authorities have detained four men from the North Caucasus planning a "large terrorist attack" in or near Moscow.
FSB heads off terrorist bomb attack in Moscow region RIA Novosti 18 Jul 2011 -- Russia’s security service arrested four suspected terrorists from the North Caucasus who were preparing a bomb attack.
18 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Officials: Blasts Expose Mumbai's Vulnerability to Terrorism VOA 15 Jul 2011 -- Investigators are examining forensic evidence and surveillance video.
Indian Authorities Examine Evidence in Mumbai Attacks VOA 15 Jul 2011 -- India's home secretary says detectives are examining forensic evidence and surveillance video.
Cyber Threat Grows More Destructive, Lynn Says AFPS 15 Jul 2011 -- The cyber threat the US faces is increasing in severity and is accessible to a wide range of enemies, Deputy Defense Secretary William J. Lynn III said.
Pentagon Unveils New Offensive Cybersecurity Strategy RFE/RL 15 Jul 2011 -- The U.S. military has unveiled a new, offensive strategy for protecting its computer networks against digital attacks.
Nigerian Military Says Some Civilian Leaders Sponsoring Islamic Militants VOA 15 Jul 2011 -- Nigeria's military says civilian leaders who want troops to leave the embattled city of Maiduguri are sponsoring Islamic militants.
Indonesian Police Arrest School Headmaster Linked to Muslim Cleric VOA 15 Jul 2011 -- Indonesian police have arrested Abrori, the headmaster of a school where earlier this week a bomb exploded.
15 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Remarks on the Department of Defense Cyber Strategy DoD 14 Jul 2011
Media Availability on Department of Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace (DSOC) DoD 14 Jul 2011
DOD Announces First Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace DoD 14 Jul 2011
Lynn: Cyber Strategy’s Thrust is Defensive AFPS 14 Jul 2011 -- In March, a cyber attack on a defense company’s network captured 24,000 files containing Defense Department information.
Pentagon Unveils New Strategy for Cyberspace VOA 14 Jul 2011 -- The U.S. Defense Department Thursday unveiled its strategy for defending military computer networks and responding to growing threats in cyberspace.
Press Conference by Ombudsperson for Security Council Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee, 14 July 2011 United Nations 14 Jul 2011
17 Killed in Recent Mumbai Bombings VOA 14 Jul 2011 -- Amid popular anger and grief at the apparent terror attacks in India's financial hub, Mumbai, top Indian officials are heading to the city and promising answers.
Still No Claim of Responsibility for Mumbai Blasts VOA 14 Jul 2011 -- Indian officials say it is too early to accuse any particular group of carrying out the three consecutive bomb blasts that ripped through Mumbai.
Pakistan condemns Mumbai bomb attacks IRNA 14 Jul 2011 -- Pakistani President Zardari and PM Gilani condemned multiple blasts in the Indian commercial city of Mumbai, which killed and injured scores of people.
UN Strongly Condemns Bombings In Mumbai RFE/RL 14 Jul 2011 -- The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the triple bombing in the Indian city of Mumbai that killed at least 21 people and wounded some 140.
Twenty-one killed, over 100 injured in Mumbai attacks RIA Novosti 14 Jul 2011 -- Twenty-one people were killed and over 100 others injured in three explosions that rocked India's commercial capital Mumbai.
S. Yemen Airstrikes Target Militants VOA 14 Jul 2011 -- Yemeni security officials say airstrikes on Islamist militants in the southern province of Abyan have killed at least three fighters.
Defense Nuclear Monitoring System Helps in Disasters AFPS 14 Jul 2011 -- The Defense Department’s U.S. Atomic Energy Detection System has monitored the planet for nuclear blasts since 1947.
MAFFS aircraft, crews conclude firefighting operations in Southwest AFNS 14 Jul 2011 -- Air Reserve Component personnel and their Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System-equipped aircraft concluded their mission July 13.
14 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Statement by the President on Attacks in Mumbai The White House 13 Jul 2011
Secretary Clinton Statement on Attacks in Mumbai, India US Dept. of State 13 Jul 2011
India presidenrt, vice president, PM condemn serial blasts in Mumbai IRNA 13 Jul 2011 -- India’s President Patil, VP Ansari and PM Singh strongly condemned the three terrorist attacks over night in Mumbai.
Security Council strongly condemns terrorist bomb attacks in India UN News Centre 13 Jul 2011 -- The Security Council condemned in the strongest terms terrorist attacks in various parts of the city of Mumbai.
Indian Officials Blame 'Terrorists' for Deadly Mumbai Blasts VOA 13 Jul 2011 -- Senior Indian national security officials are turning their full attention to the country's financial capital, Mumbai.
Indian Officials: 'Terrorists' Coordinated Deadly Mumbai Blasts VOA 13 Jul 2011 -- India's home minister says authorities believe the back-to-back blasts that killed at least 13 people in Mumbai were a "coordinated attack."
Triple 'Terror' Blasts Shake India's Financial Hub RFE/RL 13 Jul 2011 -- Authorities say three almost-simultaneous blasts in 3 different locations in India's financial capital of Mumbai have killed at least 21 people.
20 killed, 81 injured in India’s Mumbai city serial blasts IRNA 13 Jul 2011 -- At least 20 people were killed and another 100 injured as India’s business capital, Mumbai rocked by three serial blasts on Wednesday evening.
Four killed and over 100 injured in Mumbai explosions RIA Novosti 13 Jul 2011 -- At least four people were killed and over one hundred people were injured in India's commercial capital Mumbai on Thursday by three explosions in the city's markets.
50 injured as serial blasts rocked India’s Mumbai city IRNA 13 Jul 2011 -- Three blasts rocked India’s Mumbai city Wednesday evening injuring at least 50 people.
Turkey Detains Al-Qaida Suspects VOA 13 Jul 2011 -- Turkish state media say police have detained 14 suspected al-Qaida militants in a series of raids across western Turkey.
Human Rights Watch Calls For Criminal Investigation Against Bush Officials RFE/RL 13 Jul 2011 -- Human rights group: Former President Bush and 3 top officials should be investigated for authorizing the use of torture.
Europe sets independent system for tracking finances of terrorists IRNA 13 Jul 2011 -- The European Commission decided to establish European Terrorist Finance Tracking System independent of the United States.
More 12 Killed in Northern Mexico Violence VOA 13 Jul 2011 -- At least 14 people were killed Tuesday in three separate incidents across northern Mexico.
13 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Fear of Islamic Militant Attacks in Nigeria Spreads to Lagos VOA 12 Jul 2011 -- The fear of attacks by Islamic militants in Nigeria is spreading south to the commercial capital, Lagos.
Tajik Suicide Bomber's Alleged IMU Accomplices Go On Trial RFE/RL 12 Jul 2011 -- The trial in Tajikistan of 53 people suspected of belonging to the banned Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan began.
Interagency Task Force Confronts Drug Trafficking AFPS 12 Jul 2011 -- The poppy fields of Afghanistan may seem a million miles away from U.S. Pacific Command’s headquarters in Hawaii.
State sends 22 additional Soldiers to assit with flood relief operations Army News 12 Jul 2011 -- Soldiers from the Kansas National Guard deployed to provide security patrols in Elwood, Kansas.
Army North’s largest exercise to train DOD’s newest response forces Army News 12 Jul 2011 -- US Army North’s largest disaster response exercise is one step closer to reality.
12 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Bin Laden Death Triggered More Pakistan Violence, Red Cross Says VOA 11 Jul 2011 -- A senior official of the International Committee of the Red Cross reports a significant increase in violence throughout Pakistan.
Military Operations Unaffected by US Aid Suspension, Says Pakistan VOA 11 Jul 2011 -- Pakistan says a U.S. decision to suspend $800 million in military aid to the country will not affect operations against militants.
Officials to Release DOD Cyber Strategy AFPS 11 Jul 2011 -- Officials expect to release the Defense Department’s first cyber strategy July 14.
UK reduces terror threat level IRNA 11 Jul 2011 -- The perceived level of threat from international terrorism in the UK has been reduced from severe to substantial, Home Secretary, Theresa May, announced.
Iraqi Kurdistan region rejects reports on giving land to PJAK ISNA 11 Jul 2011 -- Iraqi Patriotic Union of Kurdistan envoy in Iran rejected reports that Iraqi Kurdistan region has given land to PJAK group.
Iran criticizes Iraqi Kurdistan for giving land to PJAK ISNA 11 Jul 2011 -- An Iranian senior military official said allocation of 3,000,000 hectares of Kurdistan region of Iraq to terrorist group shows treachery to Iraqi people.
11 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Panetta Vows to Continue Fighting Taliban, al-Qaida AFPS 10 Jul 2011 -- Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta told Marines, sailors, soldiers and airmen based here today that the 'most important thing to do now is to continue this fight' against the Taliban and al-Qaida.
Pakistan army seeks US intelligence on Zawahiri IRNA 10 Jul 2011 -- Pakistan army Sunday asked the United States to share information about the presence of the al-Qaeda Chief Ayman al-Zwahiri.
Panetta Believes U.S. Close to Defeating al-Qaida AFPS 09 Jul 2011 -- Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said he believes the United States 'is within reach of strategically defeating al-Qaida.'
Al-Qaida Can Be Dismantled, Petraeus Says AFPS 09 Jul 2011 -- The commander of the International Security Assistance Force said here today he agrees with Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta that al-Qaida can be strategically defeated.
Azerbaijani Islamic Party Leaders Go On Trial In Baku RFE/RL 08 Jul 2011 -- Several senior members of the Islamic Party of Azerbaijan went on trial in Baku on terrorism-related charges.
US execution of Mexican national violates international law UN News Centre 08 Jul 2011 -- The UN human rights chief said she deeply regrets the execution in the United States of Mexican national Humberto Leal García.
Texas Executes Mexican Citizen RFE/RL 08 Jul 2011 -- The U.S. state of Texas has executed a Mexican national after the US Supreme Court and state governor declined to act on concerns raised.
08 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Pakistani Army Chief calls for collective response against terrorism IRNA 07 Jul 2011 -- Pakistani Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has called for collective response to eliminate the menace of terrorism.
07 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Pakistani Panel Bars Bin Laden Family From Leaving Country VOA 06 Jul 2011 -- A Pakistani commission investigating raid that killed Osama bin Laden said the terror leader's family can not leave the country.
Pakistani Panel Seeks To Prevent Bin Laden Family From Leaving RFE/RL 06 Jul 2011 -- A Pakistani panel has told the Pakistani authorities not to repatriate Al-Qaeda leader's family members without its permission.
Pakistani commission on Osama operation begins probe IRNA 06 Jul 2011 -- High-level commission constituted by the Pakistani government to ascertain the facts about the presence of Osama bin Laden and raid.
Pakistan wants CIA to undertake not to attack Pakistan anymore IRNA 06 Jul 2011 -- Pakistan has demanded the US Central Intelligence Agency to undertake not to attack Pakistani soil anymore.
Pakistani, US officials start counter-terrorism talks IRNA 06 Jul 2011 -- Top US and Pakistani officials started counterterrorism talks, aimed at boosting cooperation to fight terrorism, organized crimes and curb drug snuggling.
Fort Hood Commander Refers Hasan to Court-Martial AFPS 06 Jul 2011 -- Fort Hood Commander Army Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr. will refer the capital murder case against Army Maj. Nidal M. Hasan to a general court-martial for trial.
Ft. Hood Shooting Suspect Gets Military Trial VOA 06 Jul 2011 -- The commander of the Fort Hood military post says the U.S. Army psychiatrist charged with killing 13 people in a 2009 shooting at the base will be tried in a military court.
Republicans Criticize US Handling of Somali Terror Suspect VOA 06 Jul 2011 -- U.S. Republican lawmakers are criticizing the Obama administration's decision to bring a Somali terrorism suspect to New York for trial in a civilian court.
Somali Man to Face Terror Charges in US VOA 06 Jul 2011 -- U.S. officials say a Somali man accused of ties to Islamist militant groups was interrogated for nearly two months aboard a U.S. warship.
New Blast Shakes Northeast Nigeria VOA 06 Jul 2011 -- Suspected Islamic militants attacked a police patrol in northeastern Nigeria, wounding at least three officers.
Medvedev urges new terror prevention mechanisms RIA Novosti 06 Jul 2011 -- Special services around the world should search for new and more effective means of preventing terrorist attacks.
Global terrorism integrating with new media says Russia's FSB chief RIA Novosti 06 Jul 2011 -- The leaders of the world's terrorism organizations actively use internet and new media to recruit new members.
Virtual Conference Series Aims to Unite CBRNe Professionals Worldwide CBRN Resource Network 06 Jul 2011 -- The CBRN Resource Network announced today that it will be holding The CBRNe Enterprise New and Emerging Technologies Exposition, the first in a series of virtual conferences on September 21st from 10am-6pm EST.
06 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Cassidian Joins the Global Fight Against Cyber Crime EADS 05 Jul 2011 -- As a founding member of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) launched this month, Cassidian will help international law enforcement agencies enhance the online safety & security of business communities.
Top US official in Islamabad for counterterrorism talks IRNA 05 Jul 2011 -- A top US official has arrived in Islamabad for counterterrorism talks with Pakistani officials.
India, UK discuss cooperation to counter terrorism IRNA 05 Jul 2011 -- India and the UK discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in counter-terrorism, policing, homeland security issues and enhanced partnership.
Dozens of Suspected Militants Killed in Yemen VOA 05 Jul 2011 -- Yemen's state-run news agency says about 40 suspected al-Qaida militants have been killed in clashes with military forces in southern Abyan province.
Suspected Militants Killed in Yemeni Airstrikes VOA 05 Jul 2011 -- Yemeni military officials say at least five suspected al-Qaida militants have been killed in a series of airstrikes over southern towns.
Nigeria Tries to 'Reform' Those Arrested After Bombings VOA 05 Jul 2011 -- Nigerian security forces say they have arrested more than 100 "dissidents" in connection with a series of bombings across northern states.
UN panel regrets Bolivia's denunciation of narcotics convention UN News Centre 05 Jul 2011 -- The independent UN body tasked with monitoring the production and consumption of narcotics worldwide voiced regret at Bolivia's decision to denounce the key international drug control convention.
US Repatriates 122 Migrants to Cuba, Haiti VOA 05 Jul 2011 -- The U.S. Coast Guard has repatriated more than 120 Cuban and Haitian migrants picked up at sea.
LA police arrests two for pointing lasers at aircraft RIA Novosti 05 Jul 2011 -- Los Angeles police have arrested two men on suspicion of shining a laser at police helicopters using pointer devices.
05 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report
Nigerian Security Forces Search for Attackers Who Killed At Least 10 VOA 04 Jul 2011 -- Security forces in the northern Nigerian city of Maiduguri are searching for attackers who killed at least 10 people.
Russia to show its bomb detection technologies at NATO meeting in Sochi RIA Novosti 04 Jul 2011 -- Russia will showcase its explosives detection technologies at an offsite session of the Russia-NATO council.
Kadyrov bans sales of laser pointers in Chechnya RIA Novosti 04 Jul 2011 -- Ramzan Kadyrov banned sales of laser pointers in the republic after one was used to shine into pilots' eyes as they flew into Grozny.
President Obama Announces Intent to Nominate Matthew Olsen as Director of the National Counterterrorism Center The White House 01 Jul 2011
01 Jul 2011 [PDF] DHS-IAIP Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report