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Ofcom plans up to £5k fines for web users causing radio interference
Ordinary web users in Britain could be prosecuted if their broadband connection interferes with radio signals, a proposed update to existing Ofcom legislation suggests.

06.01.2015 16:39

Man killed by police in San Francisco leaves suicide note
The cell phone of a man fatally shot Sunday by San Francisco police contained a suicide note titled “Dear Officer(s)” in which Matthew Hoffman said police should not feel blame for his death. The note was revealed Monday by police with family permission.

06.01.2015 15:24

Right Sector refuses to obey Ukraine’s Defense Ministry - presidential aid
Paramilitary units of the ultranationalist Right Sector movement have refused to come under the command of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry, President Petro Poroshenko’s aid told national TV. This might complicate the legal status of the group.

06.01.2015 09:29

2014 as we saw it: Top 25 photos of the year
From protests to outbreaks, political tensions and going where no probe has gone before: 2014 has witnessed some stunning moments, which have been pictured by photographers around the globe.

28.12.2014 07:36

​Libyan soldier denies sexually assaulting British women
A Libyan soldier in court on Monday has denied sexually assaulting women in the city of Cambridge while training at the local barracks.

05.01.2015 16:38

San Francisco police shoot dead man who challenged officers with fake gun
A man in San Francisco was shot dead by police after he confronted officers in a police parking lot and reached out for what later turned out to be a fake gun.

05.01.2015 06:38

2014 as we saw it: Top 10 SCIENCE & NATURE videos of the year
From lightning bolts to volcano vaults, rocket implosions to missile explosions - Mother Nature had it all during 2014, all caught through camera lenses across the globe.

28.12.2014 19:23

Iran denies ‘tentative uranium agreement’ with US
Washington and Tehran came a step closer to agreeing on shipping part of Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile to Russia, AP reported on Friday, citing diplomatic sources. However, Iran denied that any such agreement took place.

03.01.2015 00:59

Bin Laden documents to be used in Briton’s terror trial
A document seized from the home of Osama bin Laden is to be used in a trial of a British man who allegedly planned terrorist attacks in Britain and the US.

02.01.2015 13:19

Computer glitch prevents US’ most advanced F-35 fighter jet from firing until 2019 – report
The Pentagon’s fighter jet F-35 may not be fully operational until 2019 due to a newly discovered computer glitch. The $400 billion ultra-sophisticated jet, the most expensive in US history, was expected to enter service in 2015.

01.01.2015 17:44

US plans to deploy armored brigade to Europe pre-date Ukraine hostilities
By the end of next year, Washington plans to station about 150 tanks and armored vehicles in Europe, according to a US military commander, who said the decision was made before the Ukrainian crisis strained Russia-US relations.

31.12.2014 06:44

‘Western destabilizing Mid-Eastern policy makes UK a target for terror threat’
The potential of Britain becoming a target for terrorist attacks comes as a consequence of the destabilization of the Arab world, and as a consequence of American, NATO and Western policy in the Middle East, political analyst Chris Bambery told RT.

30.12.2014 11:25