1. Drone aircraft may prowl U.S. skies

  2. US to test 700-tonne explosive

  3. Attacking Iran May Trigger Terrorism

  4. Cracks emerge in front against Hamas

  5. Iran's spies watching us, says Israel

  6. N. Korea Talks Back in Focus as Envoys Head for Japan skies

  7. U.S. Has “Illusion of Omnipotence” - Gorbachev

  8. Iran Says Military Threats Not in U.S. Interests

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Drone aircraft may prowl U.S. skies

 Unmanned aerial vehicles have soared the skies of Afghanistan and Iraq for years, spotting enemy encampments, protecting military bases, and even launching missile attacks against suspected terrorists.

Now UAVs may be landing in the United States.

A House of Representatives panel heard testimony from police agencies that envision using UAVs for everything from border security to domestic surveillance high above American cities. Private companies also hope to use UAVs for tasks such as aerial photography and pipeline monitoring. More >

US to test 700-tonne explosive

 The US military plans to detonate a 700 tonne explosive charge in a test called "Divine Strake" that will send a mushroom cloud over Las Vegas, a senior defense official said.

"I don't want to sound glib here but it is the first time in Nevada that you'll see a mushroom cloud over Las Vegas since we stopped testing nuclear weapons," said James Tegnelia, head of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.

Tegnelia said the test was part of a US effort to develop weapons capable of destroying deeply buried bunkers housing nuclear, chemical or biological weapons.

"We have several very large penetrators we're developing," he told defense reporters. More >

Attacking Iran May Trigger Terrorism

 As tensions increase between the United States and Iran, U.S. intelligence and terrorism experts say they believe Iran would respond to U.S. military strikes on its nuclear sites by deploying its intelligence operatives and Hezbollah teams to carry out terrorist attacks worldwide.

Iran would mount attacks against U.S. targets inside Iraq, where Iranian intelligence agents are already plentiful, predicted these experts. There is also a growing consensus that Iran's agents would target civilians in the United States, Europe and elsewhere, they said.

U.S. officials would not discuss what evidence they have indicating Iran would undertake terrorist action, but the matter "is consuming a lot of time" throughout the U.S. intelligence apparatus, one senior official said. "It's a huge issue," another said.

Citing prohibitions against discussing classified information, U.S. intelligence officials declined to say whether they have detected preparatory measures, such as increased surveillance, counter-surveillance or message traffic, on the part of Iran's foreign-based intelligence operatives.
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Cracks emerge in front against Hamas

 France has established secret contacts with Hamas representatives on behalf of the European Union, showing cracks in the policy of rejecting the new Palestinian government, a special report submitted to officials in Jerusalem revealed on Monday.

Israel also suspected that other countries including India, Japan and China would soon publicly recognize the Hamas-led government, Army Radio reported.

According to the report, despite the refusal of the US and Israel to negotiate with the Palestinians, the European Union, Russia and India were already holding secret or open talks with Hamas officials.

Reportedly, the EU talks have been sponsored by France, while India has already held official meetings with senior Hamas officials and Russia held consultations with the organization even prior to the Palestinian parliamentary elections, publicizing the talks after Hamas' landslide victory.

Japan and China also expressed willingness to publicly recognize the Hamas government. Israel was concerned that these countries and many others would follow Russia's lead and hold official meetings with the movement.

The United States has remained a staunch supporter of the policy of isolating Hamas. It has not backed down from its policy of shunning the new Hamas-led Palestinian government and has not made any attempts to pressure Israel into negotiating with the organization.
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Iran's spies watching us, says Israel

 Iran has set up a sophisticated intelligence gathering operation in southern Lebanon to identify targets in northern Israel in the event of a military confrontation over its controversial nuclear programme.

Senior Israeli military commanders say Iran has spent tens of millions of pounds helping its close ally, Hizbollah, the Shia Muslim militant group that controls southern Lebanon, to set up a network of control towers and monitoring stations along the entire length of Israel's border with south Lebanon.

Some of the new control towers, which are made of reinforced concrete and fitted with bullet-proof reflective glass, are less than 100 yards from Israeli army positions and are clearly visible for long stretches along Israel's border.

"This is now Iran's front line with Israel," a senior Israeli military commander said. "The Iranians are using Hizbollah to spy on us so that they can collect information for future attacks. And there is very little we can do about it."

The Israeli military has reported a significant increase in Hizbollah activity in southern Lebanon since Syria came under intense international pressure to withdraw its forces from the area last year following the assassination of the Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri.
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N. Korea Talks Back in Focus as Envoys Head for Japan

 Chief negotiators for six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear arms programs are set to gather in Tokyo next week for discussions that could provide a chance to persuade Pyongyang to return to the stalled negotiations.
North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan has received permission for a rare visit to Tokyo and will join envoys from the other countries taking part in the multilateral talks, which are aimed at preventing a nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula.
"This is a miniature version of the six-party talks and North Korea wants to send a message that it has no intention of scrapping the six-party framework," said Noriyuki Suzuki, chief analyst at the Tokyo-based Radiopress news agency, which monitors North Korean media.
The six countries in the nuclear talks -- the two Koreas, the United States, China, Japan and Russia -- agreed in principle in September that the North would dismantle its nuclear programs in exchange for aid and better diplomatic ties. More >

U.S. Has “Illusion of Omnipotence” - Gorbachev

 Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said the United States has an illusion of omnipotence — a “victory complex” - that’s more dangerous than Russia’s inferiority complex, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports.

“Both countries should overcome those feelings,” he said, “and their leaders should reflect what the people want, and what the people want is dialogue.”

Gorbachev spoke through an interpreter Wednesday to a full house at the Distinguished Speaker Series at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. He said the United States had a right to claim a leadership role in the world based on its military, cultural and economic power. More >

Iran Says Military Threats Not in U.S. Interests

 Iran’s Revolutionary Guards commander said on April 5 the United States should accept Iran’s position as a regional power, adding that sanctions or military threats would not be in U.S. or European interests.

Yahya Rahim Safavi, commander-in-chief of the Guards, was speaking to state television during a week of naval war games in which Iranian forces have announced the successful testing of new weapons, including missiles and torpedoes.

Iran says the war games in the Gulf, which began on March 31, are a show of defensive strength, but analysts say the timing during a nuclear standoff with the West offers a reminder that Iran could threaten a vital world oil shipping route.
"The Americans should accept Iran as a great regional power and they should know that sanctions and military threats are not going to benefit them, but are going to be against their interests and against the interests of some European countries," Safavi told state television.
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