5 articles tagged "Central Asia"
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Was the Istanbul Nightclub Attack the First ISIS Uyghur Terror Attack outside China?
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report January 5, 2017

ISIS broke new ground in terrorism by the perpetrator’s nationality and his modus operandi.

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The pilots of the missing Malaysian Boeing 777.
US, Russian, Chinese military satellites hunt MH370 over Central Asia. Is it readied for a terrorist attack?
DEBKAfile Special Report March 16, 2014

The US, Russia and China Sunday, March 16 contributed military satellites to the search for the Malaysian Boeing 777, missing without a trace for nine days with 239 people aboard. debkafile: The hunt focuses increasingly on some unknown derelict airfield in remote Central Asia, with the investigative accent on the contents of the cargo hold or a possible hijacking by terrorists to prepare for a major attack. Were they Uyghur separatists or others? Was the plane downed by cyber means? And were the pilots complicit in a plot to make Flight MH370 vanish?

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Binyamin Netanyahu and Vladimir Putin
Mr Netanyahu Goes to Moscow, Reshuffles His Mid East Cards
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report November 8, 2013

Netanyahu decides to turn to Moscow after he is convinced with Saudi rulers that Obama has decide to abdicate from Middle East affairs and leave its nations to handle their own problems with involving America.

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Pro-Palestinian pogrom leaves 12 Jews injured in Azeri City<br/>
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report February 11, 2009
Twelve Jews were taken to hospital, some with knife wounds, and their homes looted in several revenge attacks for Israel's Gaza operation in the Azerbaijani town of Sumagait Monday night, Feb. 9. The next day, the Sumgait governor Vagif Aliyev called an extraordinary meeting with national security agents and ordered to find and punish the perpetrators.
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Three Groups Take Aim at Uzbekistan's Secular Regime
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report July 31, 2004
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, the IMU, whose suicide bombers struck the US and Israeli embassies and the Uzbek prosecutor-general's office in Tashkent Friday, July 30, - killing three Uzbek guards and injuring 9 - is a multifaceted fundamentalist terror group affiliated to al Qaeda and sharing its philosophy. Friday, its bombers failed to break into the embassies, but many counter-terror authorities see this attack as the opening shot in their next major confrontation. President Islam Karimov, evidently sharing this view, cut short his Crimean vacation to return home and secure the capital with roadblocks at strategic points and searches of vehicles. The embassy attacks were themselves the sequel to the wave of terrorist unrest that swept Uzbekistan last March and April, for which 15 suspects are now on trial in Tashkent - hence the attack on the prosecutor-general's offices.
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