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Cisco helps rebuild Iraqi National Backbone

Cisco helps rebuild Iraqi National Backbone

At the Packet Optical Networking Conference today in Rome, Cisco announced its role to restore and rebuild the Iraqi National Backbone, a multi-layer IP and optical network that spans the long terrestrial route from Iraq to Turkey.

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GLOBAL INTELLIGENCE INSIGHT Weekly report

GLOBAL INTELLIGENCE INSIGHT – Weekly report 31st May – 08 June 16 Global Intelligence Insight, working with SecurityAffairs and SecurityMediaPublishing will deliver a weekly report on issues in Syria and Iraq as well as extremist related global terrorism. Data comes not just from open sources but also from material not readily available and is gathered…

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Regional Intelligence roundup to 4th May

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Regional Intelligence roundup to 4th May 2016   Algeria Security forces arrest two suspected militants near In Guezzam Date of incident: 03/05/2016 Threat Category: Political Violence According to defence officials, security forces arrested two suspected militants attempting to cross the border with Niger on a motorcycle at 1400 hrs local time near In Guezzam. Authorities…

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The UR Region Archaeology Project Iraq by Kirintec

The UR Region Archaeology Project Iraq by Kirintec

The UR Region Archaeology Project Iraq by Kirintec At Kirintec we are all about innovation and how to best advance our customer’s response with our products and knowledge. We have chosen to sponsor a remarkable project that we have learnt and hope to make a difference. We balance the juxtaposition of the new with the…

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Just Security regional roundup

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JUST SECURITY – IRAQ and SYRIA Maha Hamdan, an Associate Intelligence Analyst@TheIntelligenceCommunity gives a roundup of the current issues in the press across the region. Syria’s ceasefire. The ceasefire agreement brokered by the US and Russia faces “complete nullification” because of Assad regime attacks in violation of the truce, warned a senior official from the Saudi-backed opposition High…

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Going local for oil and people protection in Iraq

Going local for oil and people protection in Iraq

Going local for oil and people protection in Iraq Tim Compston, features editor at SecurityNewsDesk, speaks to Mike Lord, business development director, at Harlow International – an international conglomerate based in Iraq – and representatives from the company’s security businesses, about what is involved in the protection of economically-critical oil facilities and key personnel working…

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Middle East Regional Intelligence to 16th December 2015

Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th - 12th November 2015

Regional Intel Report 10th to 16th December 2015 In this week’s Middle East Regional Intelligence we see no significant military changes on the ground in Syria and Iraq. The most prominent ISIS activity of the past week was a large-scale attack by suicide bombers, carried out with truck/car bombs or explosive belts in Iraq and Syria. ISIS…

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