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Divided over Ukraine, but US & Russia band together to fight ISIS
Washington and Moscow are renewing security cooperation, which ground to a halt amid the rift caused by the Ukrainian crisis. The two are back in business together to share intelligence on the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) militant group.

15.10.2014 05:56

Attempted rape forces Japan Airlines flight to turn back
A man has been arraigned in a Hawaiian court for the aggravated sexual assault of a passenger on a Japanese airlines flight. The plane had to turn back due to the gravity of the situation.

15.10.2014 05:19

Albania flag-flying drone stops Serbia soccer match, sparks scuffles (PHOTOS)
A soccer match between Serbia and Albania was suspended after a drone with the Greater Albanian flag appeared at the stadium. The Albanian PM’s brother has been blamed for the incident, considered by Serbian authorities as a political provocation.

15.10.2014 03:52

US investigating Chinese purchase of Waldorf Astoria hotel
The president of the United States is a frequent guest of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, and it also happens to be the residence of choice for US envoys to the UN – and now its sale to a Chinese firm is raising security concerns in Washington.

15.10.2014 01:26

Bikers v ISIS? Dutch motorcycle gang gets green light to fight Islamic State
​Already battling airstrikes conducted by the US and its allies, the Islamic State now has another threat to look out for: a motorcycle gang from the Netherlands.

14.10.2014 23:40

Cheney: Next attack on US will be ‘something far more deadlier’ than 9/11
Former Vice President Dick Cheney warned that the next terrorist attack on the US will be far worse than 9/11 during a nearly two-hour interview. He also took pride in the use of waterboarding and in giving the National Security Agency free reign.

14.10.2014 19:27

Spy agencies require more stringent UK oversight – former Home Sec
Britain’s former home secretary David Blunkett has called for more stringent oversight of UK spy agencies. He says claims to secrecy as a prerequisite for national security are undermining public confidence in UK intelligence services.

14.10.2014 16:44

Bomb disposal training for Kurdish fighters – UK Foreign Sec
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says Britain will finance training in state of the art bomb disposal for Iraq’s Peshmerga. The UK has already committed to supporting the training of Kurdish fighters battling the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq.

14.10.2014 13:03

‘GCHQ prostituting itself to the NSA over the last few years’
The absence of up-to-date UK laws and regulations led to a situation which saw GCHQ put the needs of the NSA and American interests ahead of protecting British national security which is their job, former MI5 agent Annie Machon told RT.

14.10.2014 01:50

Dozens hurt and arrested after Ukrainian nationalists attack parliament (VIDEO)
A mass nationalist protest near the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev has turned violent, with 15 policemen wounded and at least 50 rioters arrested. Radicals are demanding “war veteran” status for armed nationalist rebels who fought for the Nazis in WWII.

14.10.2014 09:39

​Internet names caretaker discusses sliding out of US control
ICANN, the organization managing IP addresses for the internet, may be ready to become independent from the US government in a matter of months, its head announced at a conference.

14.10.2014 07:02

American suicide bomber not tracked by US surveillance
In a startling admission, counterterrorism agencies said an American suicide bomber who made frequent trips to the Middle East was not under surveillance – and could not be unless there was an informant tipping them off to his activities.

13.10.2014 22:35

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