Terrorism continues to spread in Central Africa, particularly in Burkina Faso and Central African Republic, but also in Congo-Kinshasa. A regional instability that worries at the highest level the United States and the major European powers. And there’s a new challenge in central Africa, as a consequence of the antiterrorist fight.
Mossad recently transmitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) a first tranche of the secret documents of the Iranian nuclear programme exfiltered by an Israeli commando from Azerbaijan in April 2018.
As part of the exchange of information between the CIA and the North Korean secret services and following the last meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, the North Koreans revealed to the Americans that they had delivered no less than 6,000 submarine mines to Iran over a period of 15 years.
Confidential exchanges between several European intelligence services state plans for attacks in the Mediterranean Sea and kamikaze operations targeting the Italian, French and Spanish coasts.
In a recent report, Interpol warns against a secret plan by the Chinese Ministry of State Security to use the migration crisis to set up spy networks in Europe.
The Elysée Palace still working on an institutional reform of the legislative process. With, in particular, a possible merger of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (EESC) and
of the Senate.
According to reserved information, revealed to the West by an Iranian officer close to the Pasdaran high command (guardians of the Iranian revolution), Hezbollah possesses a quantity of missiles that would be sufficient for 1000 days, at the rate of 200 missiles per day, in the event of armed conflict with Israel.