NEWS & ANALYSIS

France Eyes CCTV

France to triple the number of CCTV cameras by 2009.

Afghanistan Shuts Down Two Private Security Firms

10 more firms on list for closure, some of them Western-based.

New Plan for Intelligence Coordination Released

The nation's head of intelligence sets out his 500 day plan to transform the nation's intelligence infrastructure and practices.

Iraqi Police Failing Counterterrorism Mission Due to Corruption, Sectarianism

Italian police agency called in to help retrain Iraqi police.

First Annual Report of Arrest-Related Deaths Issued

The first national measure of all types of arrest-related deaths shows that 2,002 suspects died while being arrested or while in custody from 2003 through 2005.

Computers May Negate Need for Nuclear Tests

Computers will be used to perform nuclear weapons simulations.

Sleeping on the Job

USA Today says the Nuclear Regulatory Commission must get better at its oversight of private security guards.

DEA Special Unit Brings Down Gang

Oklahoma raid shows value of DEA's Mobile Enforcement Teams.

Increase in Illegal Weapons Exports

Weapons smuggled to China and Iran, says government.

Judge Says No to Social Security No-Match Letters

Judge rules no-match letters would unfairly discriminate against legal workers and cause business disruptions.
 




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