Today 05 December
Financial ExpressWho exactly is Anand Sharma protecting at WTO meet in Bali?LivemintOn Thursday, when India's trade minister Anand Sharma addressed a packed press conference at the World Trade Organization's (WTO's) ministerial meeting in Bali, he was greeted with frequent applause by representatives of non-government organizations ...Elections have nothing to do with India's WTO stand: Anand SharmaBusiness StandardIndonesian Prez steps in to prevent breakdown of Bali talksFirstpostNo agreement better than a bad one: Anand SharmaEconomic TimesThe Hindu -Reuters Indiaall 226 news articles »
Financial ExpressObama Not Allowed to Use iPhone for Security ReasonsBenzingaNever kick a company while it's down, but Blackberry (NASDAQ: BBRY) has certainly been kicked this year. On the brink of bankruptcy, the phone maker has lost most of its customers and more than 80 percent of its stock value. But, the company still has one ...Obama says he's not allowed iPhone for 'security reasons'ReutersWhy Obama uses BlackBerry, not iPhoneABS CBN Newsall 108 news articles »
Christian Science MonitorDoes major attack in Yemen point to Al Qaeda?Christian Science MonitorA daily roundup of global reports on security issues. Skip to next paragraph. Arthur Bright. Europe Editor. Arthur Bright is the Europe Editor at The Christian Science Monitor. He has worked for the Monitor in various capacities since 2004, including as the ...Yemen: 20 Dead Following Militant Suicide AttackSky News25 dead as Yemen defence complex attackedNews24Gunmen storm car-bombed Yemeni hospitalThe AustralianHouston Chronicle -RTE.ieall 337 news articles »
AFPCAR key playersAljazeera.comAl Jazeera takes an in-depth look at the groups involved in the fight for the Central African Republic. Tristan Redman and Nazanine Moshiri Last updated: 05 Dec 2013 13:42. Email Article. Print Article. Share article. Send Feedback. There have been sporadic ...Bangui clashes highlight risk to FranceFinancial TimesCAR intervention imminentIndependent OnlineDeadly clashes in Central African Republic ahead of UN vote on French ...euronewsNew York Times -AFP -BBC Newsall 371 news articles »
Washington PostNSA collecting daily data on billions of phonesThe AustralianTHE US National Security Agency is collecting about five billion records a day on the location of mobile phones around the world, according to documents from US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden. The information is added to a huge database that ...NSA tracking millions of mobile phonesIrish TimesThe NSA is tracking mobile phone location data as wellInquirerSpy agencies face political, legal battlesMail & Guardian OnlineComputerworld -Plain Dealer -UPI.comall 351 news articles »
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