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Turkey Could Face Huge Fighter Bill

Turkish ambitions to develop and build the first ever made-in-Turkey fighter aircraft and at the same time buy a new generation, multinational combat jet may go beyond Turkey’s financing capacity, industry sources and experts said.

The Troodos Conundrum

The Troodos Conundrum

Craig Murray
Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist on August 31, 2013 

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The GCHQ listening post on Mount Troodos in Cyprus is arguably the most valued asset which the UK contributes to UK/US intelligence cooperation.

The Rise Of The Bear: 18 Signs That Russia Is Rapidly Catching Up To The US

The Rise Of The Bear: 18 Signs That Russia Is Rapidly Catching Up To The US

Submitted by Tyler Durden

on 08/08/2013 

Submitted by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse blog,
The Russian Bear is stronger and more powerful than it has ever been before. Sadly, most Americans don't understand this.

What Google Knows About You

 What Google Knows About You

By Tyler Durden

August 03, 2013 "Information Clearing House -

Earlier, we reported the personal narrative of Michele Catalano who recounted how one day she found herself face to face with six agents from the joint terrorism task force. The reason? "Our seemingly innocent, if curious to a fault, Googling of certain things was creating a perfect storm of terrorism profiling. Because somewhere out there, someone was watching. Someone whose job it is to piece together the things people do on the internet raised the red flag when they saw our search history."

The answer of "who" was watching should be far clearer in the aftermath of the Snowden revelations from the past two months.

Paraguay upset over Argentine nuclear plant near border

 Paraguay upset over Argentine nuclear plant near border

Staff Writers Asuncion, Paraguay Jul 23, 2013

Argentina has upset landlocked Paraguay with its plan to build a nuclear power reactor near their common border without formal consultations.

Turkey fears Russian reactor would not withstand earthquake

Turkey fears Russian reactor would not withstand earthquake

Special to WorldTribune.com


ANKARA — Turkey has been bracing for another delay of its first
nuclear energy reactor.
Officials said the government of Prime Minister Recep Erdogan has been
unhappy with plans by Russia’s state-owned Rosatom to build four 1,200
megawatt reactors at Akuyu.

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