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  • Chile: Arson attack and small-scale bombs in capital do not point to increased terrorism threat
  • Turkey: Rhetoric suggests near-term restoration of diplomatic ties with Israel unlikely
  • India: Further communal clashes likely in Uttar Pradesh in coming weeks following riots in Saharanpur
  • China: New security rules underline continued concerns over security in Xinjiang
  • Spain: Long-awaited meeting between national, Catalan leaders unlikely to result in progress on key issues
  • Madagascar: Violent student protests highlight limited security force capabilities, unlikely to fuel widespread unrest
  • Libya: Rocket strike in capital, withdrawal of embassy staff point to worsening security situation in Tripoli, Benghazi
  • Switzerland: Immigration dispute suggests uncertainty over access to foreign labour to continue
  • Guinea: Opposition’s planned resumption of protests unlikely to trigger protracted crisis
  • Uzbekistan: Mass trial, convictions not indicative of heightened domestic terrorism threat
  • Cameroon: High-profile abduction reflects rising threat posed by Nigerian Islamist militants in Extreme North
  • Pakistan: Army deployment in Islamabad underscores potential for political instability
  • Venezuela: Arrest of former head of national intelligence agency in Aruba underlines endemic corruption in state institutions

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