Jones: Iran push on shorter range missiles caused change in U.S. plan; Israel warns Al Qaida group sets series of attacks in India; McChrystal request part of Afghanistan strategy reassessment; Hizbullah expands presence in South America

September 2009
Geo-Strategy Direct;9/30/2009, p1
The article offers world news briefs related to national security and military operations. U.S. National Security Advisor James L. Jones announced that an intelligence report revealing that Iran is developing medium and intermediate range missiles caused change in the U.S. plan. Counter-Terrorism Bureau of Israel has released a terror threat warning for India on September 17, 2009. General Stanley McChrystal, U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has requested additional combat troops for Afghanistan.


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