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General Said bin Ali Al Hilali, the chief of the internal security service, Royal Oman Police (ROP) celebrated its 37th annual day with a military parade at the Sultan Qaboos Academy for Police Sciences in Nizwa on Monday.
The Estonian Internal Security Service said the officer was investigating cross-border crime when he was abducted at gunpoint on Estonian territory near the Luhamaa border checkpoint.
1991: Britain's internal security service, MI5, holds the first photocall in its 84-year history.
The ceremony was attended by the Minister Responsible for Defence Affairs, Inspector General of Police and Customs, Head of the Internal Security Service and Chief of Staff of the Sultan's Armed Forces (SAF).
The) Shabak arrested a terror cell from east Jerusalem that was operated by Al-Qaeda and planned, amongst other attacks, to bomb the US embassy," Ofir Gendelman wrote on Twitter, using the Hebrew term for the Shin Bet internal security services.
A notice distributed to hotels in the area by Russia's internal security service said the widow is inside the city.
The Gatekeeprs is a 2012 documentary film which tells the story of the Israeli internal security service (Shin Bet) from the perspective of six of its former heads.
Ali Mansouri, a dual Iranian-Belgian national, was detained on September 11 by Israel's internal security service, Shin Bet, allegedly for taking notes on the security screenings at Israel's international airport and photographing the US Embassy in Tel Aviv, according to the Israeli security agency.