The SpyTalker is off for a few days....
A Ugandan base where European Union troops are training Somali fighters to defend their fragile government is the next likely target for an attack
Who knows why Shahram Amiri wants to go home? Maybe he got tired of being asked to show his ID to Arizona police. Maybe he got tired of questions from his CIA minder. Maybe he didn’t like Tex-Mex food. Maybe...
Imagine my surprise Saturday night when my laptop goes beep! and it’s Anna Chapman friending me on Facebook. Or maybe someone pretending to be her -- her handlers in Moscow Center, maybe. Whatever: I’d pinged the very real Facebook page...
Kahlili, whose accounts have been greeted with widespread skepticism, also said Iran was planning nuclear suicide bombings with “a thousand suitcase bombs spread around Europe and the U.S.”
| July 12, 2010; 5:05 PM ET |
Categories: Foreign policy, Homeland Security, Intelligence, Military | Tags: AIPAC, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
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