NSO's man in Chad, Abdellatif Ramadan, scouts for new French contacts Free
With Israel cracking down on exports, Chadian businessman Abdellatif Ramadan, who is assisting his country's intelligence services as they expand, has turned to France.
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The legal action started by law firm Sparacino against five pharmaceuticals companies for alleged terrorism financing attracted heavy media coverage. The lawsuit, which was validated last month by a Washington appeal court judge, is based on the work of a squad of former intelligence officers turned private investigators.
Idriss Deby's succession is of great interest to intelligence services that have a stake in Chad as a regional platform. Having already toured African capitals, Ahmed Kogri, the head of the National Security Agency, will next visit the Transitional Military Council's allies outside the continent to drum up support.
The Quds Force, the military branch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, or Pasdaran, is providing Hezbollah with a new cyber-intelligence unit, in keeping with Hassan Nasrallah's wishes. The unit will also enable Tehran to keep Hezbollah on a tighter rein.
According to Intelligence Online's sources, the Rwandan government will soon acquire half of the capital of one of Israel's drone manufacturers. This is the first such purchase for the two countries, which are particularly close in terms of security and intelligence.
In the wake of official relations being established between Israel and the UAE on August 13, both countries and the US are putting pressure on other neighbours in the region to follow suit. Oman, Sudan and Bahrain are the priority.
With speculation mounting over what action Israel may take against Iran, Intelligence Online can reveal that Israel has been redeploying in the Caucasus, on Iran’s border. Having broken off relations with Turkey, its long-time ally in the region, Israel recently
Despite months of lobbying, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has failed to convince the president of Sudan's Sovereign Council to recognise Israel or support the Middle East peace plan concocted by Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.