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Op-Ed: Does UK seizure/destruction of Snowden docs breach its own laws?

Sydney - The seizure and destruction of Guardian materials by UK police may have been carried out in breach of the laws under which the seizure was carried out. The case raises more than a few questions, none of which are being answered effectively.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 12 comments

Olympic defense: British officials secure London for 2012 Games

London - As the countdown to the commencement of the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games continues, British officials take unprecedented measures to ensure that the event will not be marred by violence.
In the Media by Shawn Kay

Gareth Williams — The enigma of the spy in the bag

London - The death of MI6 employee Gareth Williams remains an enigma and may never be solved. The authorities can't even be sure if he was murdered.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Libyan LIFG deputy Sami-al -Saadi to sue UK for rendition-torture

Sami al-Saadi, aka as Emir Abu Munthur, former deputy of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, has issued legal action against Britain for its part in his rendition to Libya where he was subsequently tortured.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Al Qaeda bomb formula replaced with cupcakes by MI6

In a worthy example of spirit, MI6 hackers have improved the quality of life for Al Qaeda members by replacing their bomb-making formula with a useful recipe for rum cupcakes. Cupcakes are believed to be healthier, and do less collateral damage.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Rasputin's Murder And Canadian Politics

Was the Liberal Party of Canada jinxed by a 95-year-old curse? What does Rasputin’s murder have to do with Canadian Politics?
In the Media by Steffan Ileman

MI6 tested semen for use as invisible ink during First World War

Semen was tested for effectiveness as an invisible ink during World War I, an entry from a diary belonging to a senior member of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) has revealed.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 6 comments

Police find body at the home of missing MI6 man

London - Police searching the home of a missing man believed to work for the secret intelligence service (MI6) have found a man's body in a bag.
In the Media by Paris Franz

Former British Secret Agent Arrested After Sting Operation

London - A former agent of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, better known as MI6, has been remanded in custody after appearing in court. He is charged with trying to sell stolen intelligence files for three million dollars.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo

MI6 Advertising on Facebook for New Recruits

The illustrious spy agency is looking high and low for new recruits. In recent years it had resorted to newspapers and radio adverts, now it has gone the way of networking sites and is shamelessly courting you on Facebook ads.
In the Media by Sheba - 8 comments

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