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Private parts: writers and the battle for our inner lives

At the end of last year, an international group of writers drafted a petition decrying the escalation of state surveillance and calling for a digital bill of rights to protect the privacy of all global citizens. Scattered among the numerous ... New Statesman, 1 week ago

Defending the right to be an Oz bigot

Abbott's plan to allow offensive, insulting and humiliating abuse strains already troubled race relations, writes Greg Ansley Attorney-General George Brandis defends the rights of Australians to be bigots. Photo / It's all part of Tony ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago The fight for the right to be an Australian bigot  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago

American writer assesses US team ahead of World Cup

When I saw the U.S. World Cup draw, I thought it was great for football generally. Group G will be full of tension and Germany, Ghana, Portugal and the U.S. gives it a broad global appeal. The best way to approach the group is to appreciate that ...
 Modern Ghana1 month ago D is for danger: England's World Cup group assessed  BBC1 month ago

Success sutras: Adam Gilchrist, Australian cricket legend on playing the game his way

Attack is his default position and defence the adjustment, that's how an Australian writer once described Adam Gilchrist. Anyone who has watched "Gilly" bat one of his blinders would vouch for the fairness of that statement. Easily one of the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Saab Signs Support Contract With the British Army

Mar. 31, 2014 Business Editors/Defense Writers LINKPING, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 31, 2014--Defence and security company Saab (STO: SAABB) and the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has signed a 3 year contract for support and service of the ...
 Finwin2 weeks ago Kaman New Zealand SH-2G(I) Achieves First Flight  Finwin1 day ago NIITEK(r) Awarded Australian Handheld Dual Sensor Contract  Finwin2 weeks ago India Becomes US's Largest Defense Market - IHS Balance of Trade Study  Finwin1 month ago

Research and Markets: Global Smart Weapons Market 2013-2018

Business Editors/Defense Writers DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 14, 2014--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Smart Weapons Market 2013-2018" report to ...
 Finwin3 days ago Research and Markets: Shoulder Fired Anti-Tank, Anti-Aircraft Short...  Finwin2 weeks ago Research and Markets: Security and Surveillance Radar Market (Land ...  Finwin4 weeks ago
Belleville Intelligencer

DESJARDINS -- Fairness, justice for Tories only

Belleville, ON By Louis Desjardins, Intelligencer Writers Group Monday, April 7, 2014 3:09:34 EDT PM Intelligencer Writers Group Change text size for the story The Government of Harper once again announced plans for a victims bill of rights, ...
 Belleville Intelligencer1 week ago MACKAY -- A decay on Canada's democracy  Belleville Intelligencer2 weeks ago DESJARDINS -- Hands safely buried in taxpayers' po  Belleville Intelligencer2 weeks ago DESJARDINS -- Don't put too much faith in polls  Belleville Intelligencer1 month ago

How Scotland's Group D opponents fared last night . . .

Custom byline text: Staff writer Shane Long, the Hull City striker, was the man responsible, missing two golden opportunities - though he did convert another - as his team were beaten 2-1 by Serbia. Long capitalised on an error by ...
 Herald Scotland1 month ago

We lacked concentration till the end: Oman coach

Sports Writer MUSCAT Paul Le Guen should have been a happy man after Oman beat Singapore 3-1 in their Group A of the AFC 2015 Asian Cup qualifying match. However, the goal the Red Warriors conceded left him a little dissatisfied. I am not totally ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago

Nigeria: Group Asks Nigerian Government to Rescue 20 'Kidnapped' Female Students in Borno

A group, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has asked the federal government to direct security agencies to immediately commence the search and rescue of 20 female students allegedly kidnapped a month ago by suspected members of ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago HURIWA Wants FG To Launch Manhunt For 20 Kidnapped Borno Girls  Modern Ghana1 month ago
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