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Aid workers saving lives while fearing for their own

New York - Aid workers rushing to save lives worldwide are increasingly becoming targets for attack, in a worrying development for NGOs trying to ease suffering in hostile war zones.
In the Media by Carole Landry (AFP) - 1 comment

Kerry urges China to be cooperative partner

Sydney - US Secretary of State John Kerry urged China Tuesday to be a cooperative partner, saying Washington was not interested in conflict or confrontation with it.
In the Media by AFP

US tries to cool sea tensions at Asia security summit

Ban Thung Mamuang - The United States on Sunday pressed its case for a freeze on hostile acts in waters contested by China and its Southeast Asian neighbours, but said it did not want to "confront" Beijing over its strategy in the region.
In the Media by Nicolas REVISE (AFP)

Sea row overshadows China, Southeast Asia, US talks

Ban Thung Mamuang - China on Saturday vowed "clear and firm reactions" to defend its interests in the South China Sea but rejected suggestions of aggression, as America's top diplomat urged restraint from all claimants to the bitterly contested waters.
In the Media by Martin Abbugao (AFP)

South China Sea row looms as Southeast Asia talks begin

Ban Thung Mamuang - China's increasing assertiveness in maritime disputes was at the heart of Southeast Asian regional talks Friday as diplomats began a series of meetings also expected to highlight concerns over host Myanmar's reform progress.
In the Media by Martin Abbugao (AFP)

Russia grants Snowden three-year residence

Moscow - Fugitive US intelligence operative Edward Snowden has been granted a three-year residence permit in Russia, his lawyer said on Thursday, in the latest blow to Moscow's deeply strained relations with Washington.
In the Media by Richard Lein (AFP) - 3 comments

Russian criminals stole 1.2 billion user names, passwords

Hackers based in Russia reportedly stole information from more than 420,000 websites. They allegedly now have a collection of stolen info, including 1.2 billion user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Snowden a recluse one year on from Russia asylum

Moscou - Fugitive US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked on Thursday one year of political asylum in Russia, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery amid a dearth of public appearances.
In the Media by Maxime Popov (AFP)

BlackBerry only brand that meets German government's security

Good news for BlackBerry as German Chancellor Angela Merkel presents a tap-proof BlackBerry that she wants more Germany’s Federal Ministry of the Interior officials to use.
In the Media by Milton Este

Norway partially closes Bergen airspace over terror alert

Oslo - Norway closed part of the airspace over its second city Bergen and tightened border checks on Saturday, police said, two days after the country upped security following a terror alert.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. uses vague rules for terror watch list

Washington - U.S. authorities can place Americans and foreigners on a terrorist watch list indefinitely on the basis of vague rules without concrete evidence, according to a leaked government document.
In the Media by Dan De Luce (AFP) - 1 comment

Kenyan coast tense, divided amid massacre whodunnit

Nairobi - More than a month after attackers stormed into a Kenyan town and executed dozens of residents, lingering uncertainty over exactly who was responsible has left the coastal region nervous and divided.
In the Media by Reuben Kyama, Thomas Morfin (AFP)

Link-up between Yemen and Syria Islamists of 'extreme concern': US

Washington - US Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday that intelligence suggesting bomb makers from Yemen have teamed up with militants in Syria was "more frightening than anything" he had seen before.
In the Media by AFP

Campaigners push for pacifist Japanese to win Nobel Peace Prize

Tokyo - Campaigners are pushing for Japan's population to win this year's Nobel Peace Prize in a nod to the country's long-held pacifism, even as Tokyo controversially expands the scope of the military in a move that has sparked protests at home.
In the Media by Yuta Yagishita (AFP)

S.Africa intel sees 'abuses' in Nigeria battle against Boko Haram

Pretoria - Nigeria faces a prolonged battle to quash the bloody Boko Haram insurgency despite a "hardline" campaign that has witnessed rights abuses by both the state and the militants, according to a South African intelligence assessment obtained by AFP.
In the Media by AFP

Somalia sacks security chiefs after latest Shebab attack

Mogadishu - Somalia's president sacked his security chiefs Wednesday after Islamist Shebab fighters struck the heart of government in an escalating campaign of attacks in the capital and across east Africa.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. airport checks home in on electronic devices

Washington - Plane travelers who can switch on their cellphones or other electronic devices will be able to take them aboard as part of new security measures, U.S. authorities said.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. airport checks home in on electronic devices

Washington - Plane travelers who can switch on their cellphones or other electronic devices will be able to take them aboard as part of new security measures, U.S. authorities said Sunday.
In the Media by AFP

Europe's busiest airports boost screening over U.S. fears

Paris - France on Friday said it is boosting passenger screening at its airports, responding to a request from Washington for extra security for U.S.-bound flights over fears Islamist radicals could be plotting new attacks using hard-to-detect bombs.
In the Media by Delphine Touitou (AFP)

Spotlight on Qaeda master bombmaker over flight security

Paris - As fears rise over warnings of new explosives able to slip by standard airport security checks, eyes are turning to southern Yemen and one man in particular: master Al-Qaeda bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri.
In the Media by Michel Moutot (AFP)

Airport security ramped up over U.S. bomb fears

London - U.S.-bound travellers from Europe and the Middle East faced tighter airport security Thursday over fears that Al-Qaeda-linked militants are developing new explosives that could be slipped onto planes undetected.
In the Media by Katherine Haddon (AFP)

Washington to tighten security for US-bound flights

Washington - US authorities plan to bolster security at some airports in Europe and the Middle East with direct flights to the United States, officials said.
In the Media by AFP

Japan PM says military shift of historic significance

Tokyo - Japan's prime minister has likened the relaxation of strict rules on the country's military to the seismic shift of the Meiji Restoration -- a moment widely understood as the birth of the modern nation -- a report said.
In the Media by Kyoko Hasegawa (AFP)

NSA foreign data sweep legal, valuable: Panel

Washington - The National Security Agency's vast data collection program targeting foreign nationals is a largely legal, valuable tool in fighting terrorism, a watchdog panel said.
In the Media by Rob Lever (AFP)

Historic shift as Japan expands scope of military

Tokyo - Japan on Tuesday loosened the bonds on its powerful military, proclaiming the right to go into battle in defence of allies, in a highly controversial shift in the nation's pacifist stance.
In the Media by Hiroshi Hiyama (AFP)

France on security alert for World Cup showdowns

Paris - Hundreds of riot and other police were deployed in French towns and cities Monday as authorities braced for possible unrest linked to World Cup showdowns involving France and its former colony Algeria.
In the Media by Abhik Chanda (AFP)

Police sniper scare at Brazil World Cup opener

Rio De Janeiro - A sniper requested permission to shoot an armed man whose presence near world leaders attending the World Cup's June 12 opening game sparked a security scare, Brazilian officials said Friday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Mexico captures leader of Tijuana cartel

Mexico - Mexican troops have arrested the head of the Tijuana drug cartel, who for years had eluded capture by US and Mexican justice, officials said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Woman banned from zoo after trying to feed cookies to lions

Memphis - A woman was recently banned from the Memphis zoo after exhibiting some strange behavior. Fortunately she was caught before she could endanger herself or the lions.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Op-Ed: In the wake of HeartBleed, how can companies improve security?

Insufficient web hosting security has been a subject of concern lately as successful online security breaches, like the widely publicized HeartBleed bug, have made waves across the media.
In the Media by Larry Alton
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