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Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)
Novichok poisonings | Washington Post – Google News: Former MI6 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)
Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – The Telegraph
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Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)


The Guardian (blog)

Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
… World at One that Brexit would make the UK more vulnerable to attacks like the Russian novichok poisoning in Salisbury. He is giving a speech today in which he will say that Russia would not have used a nerve agent on the streets of America orGermany.

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Novichok poisonings | Washington Post – Google News: Former MI6 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)


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Former MI6 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
Ex MI6 boss John Sawers’ argument that the Russians wouldn’t have attempted the Skripal poisoning but for Brexit would carry more weight if the Russians hadn’t killed Alexander Litvinenko with polonium in London in 2006, a decade before the Brexit vote.

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
The Telegraph
… former Russian spy in Salisbury. John Sawers, who led MI6 between 2009 and 2014, says “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve agent on the streets of an American or German city” because the consequences would be too great. He says Britain’s 

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
Washington Post
Sawers gave a speech Friday in Salisbury, where spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in March with the nerve agent Novichok. Britain says the attack was ordered at a senior level of the Russian government, a claim Moscow denies.

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LONDON (AP) – Brexit could leave Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the nerve-agent poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, a former head of the U.K.’s overseas intelligence service said Friday. “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve 
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Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6
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Brexit will make Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the Russian novichok poisoning in Salisbury, a former boss of MI6 has claimed. Sir John Sawers said the Russian chose to attack in Britain because the country looks weak. He added they would 
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Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK …
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Tory MP Mark Francois, who sits on the defence select committee, told MailOnline: ‘If this was what the Russians thought then they massively miscalculated. ‘The mass expulsions of over 150 Russian diplomats by Britain’s allies around the world 

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The Justice Department announced Friday it had on Friday charged a Russian woman who prosecutors say conspired for her alleged role in a conspiracy to interfere with the 2018 U.S. election, marking the first criminal case that accusesprosecutors have brought against a foreign national of for interfering in the upcoming midterms.
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Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force
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Following Prime Minister Theresa May’s statement of 12 March 2018 in response to the Novichok incident in Salisbury, news reports and social media platforms were awash with talk that it constituted an armed attack by Russia against the UK, that the UK 

Fears Amesbury recovery will be forgotten – Spire FM


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Fears Amesbury recovery will be forgotten
Spire FM
It needs focused attention following the town’s novichok incident say some members of the business community. Concerns have been raised about the future direction of the recovery in Amesbury. They come after the Leader of Wiltshire Council Jane Scott …

Indonesian journalists urge clarity on Khashoggi case – Yeni Şafak English


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Indonesian journalists urge clarity on Khashoggi case
Yeni Şafak English
It said the Western countries — led by the Britain — took an immediate action against Russia by expelling Russian diplomats after former Russian agent Sergei Skripal got poisoned in the city of Salisbury in early 2018, but there were very few 

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – Washington Post


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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
Washington Post
Sawers gave a speech Friday in Salisbury, where spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in March with the nerve agent Novichok. Britain says the attack was ordered at a senior level of the Russian government, a claim Moscow denies.

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – The Telegraph


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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
The Telegraph
Sawers was speaking at an event in Salisbury, southwest England, where ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his adult daughter, Yulia, were poisoned in March with the military-grade nerve agent Novichok. Britain alleges the attack was ordered at a senior level of 
Russia carried out Salisbury attack because Brexit has made Britain ‘weak and isolated’, ex-MI6 chief saysTelegraph.co.uk

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Washington Post

Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
PAHomePage.com
LONDON (AP) – Brexit could leave Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the nerve-agent poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, a former head of the U.K.’s overseas intelligence service said Friday. “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve 
Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6Yahoo Finance

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Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6 – Yahoo Finance


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Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6
Yahoo Finance
Brexit will make Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the Russian novichok poisoning in Salisbury, a former boss of MI6 has claimed. Sir John Sawers said the Russian chose to attack in Britain because the country looks weak. He added they would 
Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attackMyArkLaMiss (press release) (blog)

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Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK …
Daily Mail
Tory MP Mark Francois, who sits on the defence select committee, told MailOnline: ‘If this was what the Russians thought then they massively miscalculated. ‘The mass expulsions of over 150 Russian diplomats by Britain’s allies around the world 

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Настоящее Время: Вице-мэра Сочи арестовали по обвинению в коррупции

Басманный суд Москвы арестовал до 15 декабря первого вице-мэра Сочи Сергея Юрина. Его обвиняют в получении в качестве взятки двух квартир, за которые он выдал разрешение на строительство в городе. Вместе с Юриным на два месяца арестованы замдиректора департамента экономики и стратегического развития администрации Сочи Александр Иванов, бывший замначальника правового управления администрации Андрей Левентюк, и еще четыре человека. Всем им также предъявлены обвинения в получении взятки в особо крупном размере. При этом, как отмечает агентство “Интерфакс”, прокурор выступал против ареста Юрина, считая, что следствие не представило для этого достаточных обоснований. Сам вице-мэр Сочи на суде заявил, что не понимает обвинения и не имеет к квартирам, фигурирующим в деле, никакого отношения.

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Crime and Criminology from mikenova (8 sites): InSight Crime: Continued Obstacles Threaten Future of FARC Peace Process in Colombia

Continued Obstacles Threaten Future of FARC Peace Process in Colombia

A transitional justice system formed after the signing of a historic peace agreement with Colombia’s FARC rebels to try former fighters for crimes committed during the country’s decades-long armed conflict continues to face obstacles, further threatening the possibility of achieving lasting peace in the country.

The Special Jurisdiction for Peace (Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz – JEP) was set up after the Colombian government and the now largely demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia – FARC) signed a peace agreement in 2016.

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The purpose of the JEP is to “administer transitional justice and make known the crimes committed in the framework of the armed conflict before December 1, 2016,” according to the institution.

Below, InSight Crime looks at three obstacles that are hindering the JEP’s ability to move the peace process forward.

1. Former FARC Fighters Continue to Commit Crimes

Under the peace agreement, only former FARC fighters who did not commit crimes after 2016 can benefit from the JEP. However, since it was established, there have been reports of high profile former guerrilla members being included in the special jurisdiction’s list.

The most emblematic case is that of Seuxis Paucis Hernández Solarte, alias “Jesús Santrich,” who was a lead negotiator in the peace talks and was set to assume a seat in congress in April 2018.

Colombian authorities arrested Santrich in early April 2018 after the United States charged him with drug trafficking crimes committed after the 2016 peace agreement, making him ineligible to face justice through the JEP.

More recently, US authorities sanctioned another former FARC fighter for his alleged ties to the drug trade following the peace agreement.

On October 18, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) announcedsanctions against former FARC rebel Pedro Luis Zuleta Noscué, alias “El Inválido.” The agency alleges that Zuleta Noscué “continues to supply narcotics to criminal groups such as Colombia’s Oficina de Envigado.”

US authorities allege that Zuleta Noscué has long controlled a drug trafficking corridor in southwest Cauca department where he supported the FARC’s drug trafficking activities. Cauca had the fourth-highest number of hectares used for coca cultivation in 2017, according to illicit crop monitoring datapublished in September of this year by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

2. ELN Guerrillas on List of Demobilized FARC Fighters

Authorities in Colombia have in the past faced difficulties separating demobilizing FARC guerrillas with drug traffickers and other criminals trying to pass themselves off as FARC fighters in an effort to take advantage of the benefits awarded to the demobilized guerrillas as part of the peace agreement.

These problems persist today. JEP President Patricia Linares recently admitted that there are members of Colombia’s National Liberation Army (Ejército de Liberación Nacional – ELN) on the list of demobilized former FARC fighters, El Tiempo reported.

“I have information, which I myself have verified, that some of these people [ELN fighters] make up part of the Office of the High Commissioner for Peace’s lists that were prepared by the previous administration,” Linares said.

3. Tension with Colombia’s Attorney General’s Office

A new legislative proposal in Colombia has generated concerns from the JEP about their ability to adequately do their job. The proposal would limit the JEP’s access to confidential information, such as military, state, intelligence and counterintelligence operations that threaten to put the country’s national security at risk, Noticias Caracol reported.

JEP President Linares said that the legislation is “openly unconstitutional because it affects the [JEP’s] assigned transnational function.”

SEE ALSO: Colombia News and Profiles

The Attorney General’s Office and the JEP have also clashed over cases that don’t threaten national security, but rather raise questions about which institution has the authority and whether ordinary justice or transnational justice is the proper route to take. The Attorney General’s Office, for example, recently refused to hand over to the JEP information pertaining to assets seized from the FARC that could be used as part of reparations for victims of the armed conflict.

That said, relations between the two institutions appear to be improving. JEP President Linares recently met with Deputy Attorney General María Paulina Riveros. The two agreed to create a roundtable of sorts where the two entities can discuss solutions to the many issues that have stoked tensions between them, El Tiempo reported.

“The Government, Congress and Judicial Power are now paddling for the same side,” Colombia Attorney General Néstor Humberto Martínez Neira said.

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The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars expresses its outrage and sadness over the disappearance and alleged murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a longtime friend and participant in Center programming over the years who had been invited recently to join us as a Visiting Arab Journalist Fellow.  We will miss him greatly. The Center calls upon the Government of Saudi Arabia to act expeditiously to bring the full facts of Mr. Khashoggi’s fate to light and to bring to justice those responsible.

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