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Appointments, reforms and the issues at stake: every Monday, Intelligence Online serves up snippets big and small from the global intelligence community, from Baghdad to Moscow via Warsaw and Cairo. [...]

Egypt/IranAbbas Kamel lays down terms for normalisation with Iran

RussiaRosgvardia divided over Kadyrov's rise

PolandSurveillance sweep uncovers counter-espionage flaws

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