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At least two people have been killed in a tourist resort popular with westerners - Le Campement - in Dougourakoro, east of the capital of Mali Bamako. A spokesman for the country’s security ministry said that one of the dead was a Franco-Gabonese national, but the nationality of the other person killed was not known. Meanwhile, Mali's Security Minister Salif Traore said late on Sunday that at least four attackers were killed by security forces.

Charlie Savage of the New York Times reports in "Senators Wrestle With Updating Law Authorizing War on Terrorist Groups" that: "Asked at a luncheon on Monday at the National Press Club in Washington what legal basis the United States had to attack Syrian government forces, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., claimed the authority stemmed from the 2001 law because the American military presence in Syria was predicated on fighting Al Qaeda and the Islamic State there.

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Husseini is communications director with the Institute for Public Accuracy. He just wrote the piece "After a Terrorist Attack, Spain Rejected Its Hawks. Will Britain?" for The Nation:

"On March 11, 2004, just a few days before a critical election, a series of nearly simultaneous bombs exploded on four commuter trains in Madrid, killing over 190 people. Before the bombing, the Socialist Party (PSOE) was about five points behind in the polls, but it ended up winning by five points. The party promised that if it won the election, Spain would get out of Iraq in six months. That happened after only five. I can find no evidence of any Middle East–related terrorism in Spain since, though there apparently have been thwarted plots.

Poole: Integrated security manufacturer TDSi has announced details of its education programme in the Tavcom Training Theatre at IFSEC International 2017. The schedule includes three presentations focusing on wireless locking, combining physical and cybersecurity in the cloud and open platforms. TDSi will also participate in a panel discussion on the future of access control.

Milan: Italtel has announced its Netwrapper application has been included in the official Cisco GPL catalogue.

InfinityQS® International, Inc. (InfinityQS) has announced that it has successfully sustained its certification to the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 standards. In doing so, the company reaffirms its ability to achieve, maintain, and continuously improve an integrated process approach to deliver quality management systems (QMS) and meet information security standards that align with industry best practices and global standards.

CNL Software will be demonstrating the latest IPSecurityCenter PSIM capabilities at IFSEC International, including the use of drones to help increase situational awareness, integration and management of vast estates of sensors, systems and devices as well as a wide range of enhancements to enable large-scale federated systems to support critical national infrastructure.