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US Charges Chinese Military PLA Officials With Cyber-Spying

A US grand jury has indicted five Chinese individuals with cyber espionage charges for allegedly targeting six American companies and stealing trade secrets, publicly accusing China of cyber spying for the first time. The hackers targeted US companies in the nuclear power, metals and solar products industries to steal information useful to competitors in China. The companies targeted include Alcoa ...

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Russia To Start S-350E Vityaz Production in 2015

Russia will start serial production of advanced medium-range air defense systems S-350E “Vityaz” in 2015. “The ground component is ready, providing missile tests that must be completed before the end of this year. In 2015, will begin mass production complexes “Vityaz”, “- said Novikov. As the head of “Almaz-Antey”, “ground component” are ground launchers.  S-350E Vityaz According to the developers, ...

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Iran Developed Its Own Prototype of US RQ-170 Drone

A senior Iranian legislator underlined the Iranian Armed Forces’ capabilities to hunt down alien Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and said the Iranian type of the US drone which was tracked and hunted down in Iran late in 2011 will have its first flight in the near future. Iran announced on December 4, 2011 that its defense forces had downed a ...

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China’s New Anti-Stealth Ultra-Wideband Leida Radar

In order to better render military and diverse content for readers to meet the reading needs of different readers to discuss domestic and international strategic developments, Sina military launched an exclusive “deep military” section, the depth of interpretation military news hidden behind the trend, three-dimensional rendering China military complex strategic environment facing the welcome attention. China’s New Anti-Stealth  Radar   Recently ...

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Russia Bans Rocket Engine Sales to U.S. Military

Russia said it will no longer export rocket engines to the U.S. to launch military satellites, adding to a dispute in Washington that already pits the two biggest U.S. defense contractors against billionaire Elon Musk. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin told reporters in Moscow today that Russian engines can be used only to launch civilian payloads, amid tensions over ...

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PAF-PLAAF Starts Joint Air Exercise – Shaheen-III (2014)

A Chinese air force contingent arrived in Pakistan on Monday for a joint drill. The drill, code-named “Shaheen (Eagle)-3,” will be held at the Rafiqui air base in the northeastern province of Punjab. The joint training, part of the exchange and cooperation programs between the two air forces, is expected to strengthen the friendly and cooperative relationship, the Chinese Defense ...

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Israel Spies On The US Far More Than Other Close US Allies

A US Congressional panel discussing Israel’s entry into the US visa waiver program was told that Israel’s espionage activities in the US “go far beyond that of other close American allies, such as Germany, France, the UK and Japan. This according to a report in the US news magazine Newsweek, citing a current US Congressional staffer as well as a ...

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China Media Claims Successful EMP Attack on Japanese Spy Satellite

Chinese media and internet claims, that the space intelligence section of Japan Self-defence Forces revealed in its newest intelligence that China has destroyed the control chip of a Japanese spy satellite with a secret weapon. The attack reportedly happened when the satellite was tracking a Chinese J-20 stealth fighter jet in northwestern China. The satellite is the third Japanese spy ...

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