SISMI


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SISMIServizio per le Informazioni e la Sicurezza Militare (Italian Defense Secret Service)
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In return for the payment of US$227 million (NT$7 billion), he disposed of 200,000 barrels of radioactive waste, whose final resting place must be the ocean near Taiwan, according to SISMI.
Osama Mustafa Hassan, an imam better known as Abu Omar, was snatched from a Milan street on February 17, 2003, in an operation coordinated by the CIA and SISMI.
Abu Omar, an imam granted political asylum in Italy, was taken from a Milan street on February 17, 2003, in an operation allegedly co-ordinated by the CIA and SISMI.
The division of responsibilities between SISMI and SISDE is based
In early February, the Italian Parliament's intelligence committee issued a bland, 59-page report that rubberstamped the ongoing cover-up of the forgeries scandal by the Military Intelligence Security Service, known by its Italian acronym as SISMI.
In October 2001, [the Italian military intelligence service] SISMI sent its British and American counterparts a dossier on alleged Iraqi attempts to buy uranium from Niger.
Rosa Maria Calipari (centre) wife of Italian intelligence officer Nicola Calipari, killed in Iraq on Friday by US soldiers, with the head of Italian military intelligence, SISMI, Nicolo Pollari (left) during her husband's state funeral in Rome; Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi leaves St.
government sources that Nicolo Pollari, the head of Italy's military intelligence agency, SISMI, attended the meetings, as did Italian Minister of Defense Antonio Martino, who is well-known in neoconservative circles in Washington.
The issue of the Niger yellowcake uranium precursor had been a point of controversy since late 2001, when the Italian secret service, SISMI, reported to their American, British and Israeli counterparts that they had obtained documents on Niger government letterhead indicating that Iraq had attempted to purchase 500 tons of yellowcake.
His role in the Bulgarian Connection is a function of his fluency in Italian and close ties with Italian Military Intelligence (SISMI).
to profitable account in The Spike, and Sterling was promulgating her Network, Ledeen, another high roller of the Reagan years, was commissioned by SISMI, Italian military intelligence, to do some papers on international terrorism [see "Beat the Devil," July 6/13].