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current intelligence

One of two categories of descriptive intelligence that is concerned with describing the existing situation.
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Noun1.current intelligence - intelligence of all types and forms of immediate interest; usually disseminated without delays for evaluation or interpretation
intelligence activity, intelligence operation, intelligence - the operation of gathering information about an enemy
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We knew there were some in the Turkish government," Hersh quoted a former senior US intelligence official, who has access to current intelligence, as saying.
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The scale of this operations is based on current intelligence and we will deliver a proportionate policing response to the fixtures.
The current intelligence officers cannot speak out publicly.
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There is no current intelligence or evidence to suggest any of these locations are under threat.
There is no current intelligence to suggest there is a specific threat on Merseyside or to the UK mainland.
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You know, based on our current intelligence assessment, we do not think that they have that capacity,'' he said.
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