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UK immigration bill amendment would leave terror suspects stateless
Foreign-born terror suspects on British soil may soon be stripped of their UK passports and citizenship and be left stateless, as a crucial amendment on the Immigration Bill was passed in the House of Commons.

30.01.2014 09:51

NSA spied on Copenhagen UN climate summit – Snowden leak
The US National Security Agency spied on the communications conducted by other governments before and during the 2009 United Nations climate negotiations conference held in Copenhagen, according to a report based on documents leaked by Edward Snowden.

30.01.2014 03:56

Syria biological weapons scare another way to justify US ‘armed struggle policy’
The US continues to demonize the Syrian government while Washington is looking for ways to balance arms supplies to the rebels against Geneva talks, anti-war activist Brian Becker told RT, claiming that America’s ultimate goal is to remove Assad.

30.01.2014 02:09

‘Our views are far apart’: German chancellor slams US, UK over spying
Countries spying on their allies sow distrust that could result in less, rather than more security, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned. She particularly referred to the surveillance and spying activities by the US and the UK.

29.01.2014 19:57

US officials say Snowden disclosures will lead to deaths, plead for an end to leaks
Revelations made possible through documents leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden could cause the deaths of United States diplomats, citizens and soldiers, government officials said Wednesday, and remaining files should be surrendered immediately.

29.01.2014 15:29

'Spying Birds': Hackers deface Angry Birds website following NSA revelations
Hackers briefly vandalized the website of popular mobile game Angry Birds after revelations that its users’ data has been leaked to the NSA. But the app’s Finnish maker has hit out at accusations that it is helping spy agencies.

29.01.2014 18:51

Norwegian MPs nominate Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize
Edward Snowden has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by two Norwegian lawmakers, who say the NSA whistleblower contributed to “transparency and global stability” by revealing the depth and sophistication of the global surveillance apparatus.

29.01.2014 11:03

NSA scandal: Germans hold out for ‘change they can believe in’
It is difficult to imagine how a significant rift in trans-Atlantic relations could emerge without the involvement of Germany, the European Union’s most populous, financially solvent and politically powerful member.

29.01.2014 08:35

Syria peace talks unravel after 'US military aid' accusations
The fourth day of the Geneva 2 peace negotiations has been halted earlier than scheduled following a fierce exchange of accusations from both the opposition and the Syrian government over the alleged resumption of US military aid to the rebels.

29.01.2014 03:25

EU justice chief accuses bloc of hypocrisy in data privacy debates
The EU needs to start protecting its own citizens from the American global spying initiatives and quit being “hypocritical” when it comes to reforming its own data protection system, said the EU’s Justice Commissioner.

29.01.2014 00:36

US Customs grounds drone fleet after $12 million unmanned aircraft crashes off of California
The United States Customs and Border Protection has grounded an entire fleet of drones, the agency admitted on Tuesday, after a mechanical function the night before forced a crew to crash an unmanned aircraft valued at $12 million.

28.01.2014 19:09

At least 1 American child is shot every hour - report
A recent research estimates over 10,000 under-18s were shot in the US in 2009 - at least one third died. While infants are mostly injured due to firearms mishaps, teenagers are most often victims of criminal armed assaults.

28.01.2014 05:28