AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes #30-10 dated 10 August 2010

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Section I – INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Witness Says WikiLeaks Investigators Sought to Limit Disclosure
  • Two Arrested After Explosives Sent to British Spy HQ
  • Czech Military Intelligence Uncovered its Own Spies
  • Iran ‘Spying Trial’ Opens in Kuwait
  • Father of Internet Imam Plans to Sue CIA
  • The Slow Revelation of Poland’s “CIA Detention Facilities”
  • Senate Approves Honor for WWII Service Members
  • Israel Indicts Three Arabs on Espionage Charges
  • Another CIA Departure
  • For Spy Case, Libya Asks for $1 Billion from Seoul
  • Spy Scandal Hounds Uribe’s Last Days in Office
  • German Spies May Face Punishment Over Internet Use
  • Defense Ends Performance-Based Pay for Intelligence Employees
  • Lebanon in Shock After Ex-General’s Arrest on Spy Charges

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