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Video shows al Qaeda out in the open in Yemen

Does video signal al Qaeda plot?

Barbara Starr has the latest on a new video of an al Qaeda meeting and the questions it raises about U.S. intelligence. If your browser has Adobe Flash Player installed, click above to play. Otherwise, CNN, 4 days ago

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UK spy agency collected sexually explicit images from Yahoo Messenger

London: Britain's signals intelligence division is stealing screenshots from hundreds of thousands of innocent Yahoo users' webcam videos, according to the Guardian newspaper, which also reported that the years-long operation has swept up a huge ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago Report: UK spies intercept webcam pics, nudity  Sify1 month ago

US admiral named new NSA chief: Chuck Hagel

In more than 30 years in the Navy, Rogers has worked in cryptology, eavesdropping or "signals intelligence" and cyber warfare. In pic: Chuck Hagel WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama has nominated a US Navy officer, Vice Admiral Michael Rogers, to take over as ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Investigating wealth of elite clan, China signals a change

(Sim Chi Yin/The New York Times) A visitor at the Zhou family's ancestral graves in Xiqiantou, China, April 12, 2014. The case against Zhou Yongkang, the retired Communist Party leader, and his family has the potential to alter the political ...
 NDTV23 hours ago Severing a family's ties, China's President signals a change  NDTV1 day ago

Saudi spy chief ousted under U.S. pressure: experts

DUBAI: The exit of Saudi's spy chief was the result of US pressure over his stance on Syria but does not signal a shift in Riyadh's goal of toppling the Damascus regime, experts say. Riyadh, as is usual, did not elaborate on its statement this week ...
 Lebanon Daily Star4 days ago Saudi veteran intelligence chief calls it quits  CNN4 days ago Saudi intelligence chief quits  CNN4 days ago Saudi veteran intel chief quits  CNN3 days ago

Ubisense Selected By Savi Technology To Provide Location Intelligence Systems To U.S. Government Agencies In RFID-IV Contract Win

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ubisense has been selected to provide its real-time location intelligence systems to U.S. government agencies by Savi Technology which was awarded a multi-million dollar, five-year contract by the U.S. Army Contracting ...
 Logistics Online3 days ago

New cloud solution links disconnected intelligence

The military's demand for quality intelligence from a range of sources is massive so big that the government and industry both are working intensely to keep pace. But one new solution may represent a step in making at least part of the process a ...
 DefenseNews.com4 days ago
Times Live South Africa

Zuma taken aback by Kasrils's spoil-your-ballot campaign

Zuma told the state broadcaster he hoped he would get an opportunity to talk to the former intelligence minister and African National Congress stalwart about the campaign he launched on Tuesday. Zuma said the ANC, including Kasrils, had fought hard ...
 Times Live South Africa5 days ago Zuma taken aback by No Vote campaign  All4Women5 days ago Let memory of shared values guide us  Sunday Independent1 day ago Vote No campaign a very funny thing Jacob Zuma  City Press5 days ago

Dent the ANC's majority: Kasrils

Johannesburg - Spoiling your ballot or voting for a minority party could help put a dent in the ANC's majority, former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils said on Tuesday. "If the ANC were to lose three, four percent in this election they'll ...
 IOL5 days ago Send a strong message and dent the ANC's majority  The Witness5 days ago

Is stopping Modi the West's new priority?

'The West has always preferred a timid, half intelligent and a dependent India rather than a decisively independent and self-reliant one. A pliable Indian leadership suits the West best,' says Tarun Vijay. On the eve of India's polls, it looks like the West has accepted the widespread Indian mood for change, but still wishes it has to deal with someone else but Narendra Modi. The Economist magazine brazenly displaying a Western arrogance bordering on a coloured vision, suggests in its latest ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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