Today 10 December
The NationTech giants call on US to reform surveillance lawsThe NationWASHINGTON : Eight leading US-based technology companies on Monday called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following revelations of online eavesdropping by fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden. Apple, Facebook, Google ...Tech giants unite against US spyingTimes of IndiaTech giants call on president and Congress to rein in Internet spy programsSan Jose Mercury News8 top tech firms seek limits on U.S. surveillanceSan Francisco ChronicleLatinos Post -New Zealand Herald -Houston Chronicleall 585 news articles »
Times LIVEParliament celebrates Mandela at special sittingMail & Guardian OnlineMembers of Parliament and other senior politicians paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela in a sombre sitting of Parliament. Members of Parliament paid tribute to Nelson Mandela in a special sitting. (David Harrison, M&G). Members of Parliament ...Mandela funeral live:Indian PM calls Mandela a great Gandhian of our ageFirstpostall 20,605 news articles »
AFPFrench troops start disarming fighters in CARThe NationBANGUI, Central African Republic : French troops on Monday began disarming fighters in the Central African Republic after a swell in sectarian violence that has claimed hundreds of lives and terrified inhabitants. But Paris warned the task would be difficult as ...US military to fly AU troops to C. Africa: officialsAFPFrench army battles militias in Central African Republic's capitalReuters UKCentral African Republic violence: US to fly in peacekeepersBBC NewsZee News -Los Angeles Times -The Independentall 296 news articles »
The Globe and MailSurprise trade agreement in BaliThe Globe and MailAfter 12 long years of nothing, even the most committed backers of the World Trade Organization's Doha Round had reached the point of despairing that these negotiations could achieve anything, ever. And then this: A surprise trade agreement was reached ...Obama Says Small Business Wins in WTO AgreementFox BusinessWTO package is to India's advantage and should receive broad political supportTimes of IndiaIndia's Bali DebacleWall Street JournalForbes -Christian Science Monitor -The Australian (blog)all 612 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukThe Ashes: Australian media delighting in English misery, claim the series is as ...ABC OnlineAustralia's media has revelled in their team's humbling of hapless England on Tuesday, writing off the tourists ahead of the third Test in Perth where the Ashes could be decided. Australia took a 2-0 lead in the five-Test series with a 218-run trouncing of ...England's mantra must be: 'Thou shalt not hook'The Star OnlineAustralia pace coach says Johnson can bowl quickerNew Zealand HeraldMitchell Johnson can go faster in Perth: McDermottSydney Morning HeraldThe Independent -The Guardian (blog)all 1,379 news articles »
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