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The Rundown - September 3

# The full text on the latest IAEA report on Iran
# Foreign banks are facing stiff fines for dealings with Iran
# "Fars" reports that Iran will start arming its drone fleet (a good review of Iranian drones)

# Orthodox activists hit the streets last week
# Tom Esslemont on extremism in Russia
# The "BBC" interviews Pavel Litvinov
# 200 years since the Battle of Borodino

# The U.S. has suspended training programs for Afghan Local Police forces
# "The New York Times" reports on reprisal killings in northern Afghanistan
# Clashes continue in Bajaur Agency
# General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani will travel to Russia

Of Interest
# An intewrview with Alexander Macgillivray, Twitter's top lawyer
# The latest on the Ramil Safarov affair
# "14 Deaths Is Only Fact In Georgia Border Clash" - Paul Rimple, "Moscow Times"
# "Regional Turmoil Spins the Illusion of a Greater Kurdistan" -
Alan Philps, "The National"
# The man who may replace Hugo Chavez

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# The U.S. has scaled back a joint military exercise with Israel
# There is a divide in the U.S. government about designating the Haqqani Network as a terrorist group
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields and Brooks