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Afghan presidential election poised for Abdullah-Ghani run-off

24.Apr.2014 -

KABUL (Reuters) - The Afghanistan presidential election is poised to go to a run-off after the latest tally of votes released on Thursday showed neither former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah nor former finance minister Ashraf Ghani securing an...Read More

Chemical weapons watchdog weighs chlorine attack probe: sources

24.Apr.2014 -

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The head of the global chemical weapons watchdog overseeing the destruction of Syria's toxic stockpile is considering launching a fact-finding mission there to investigate reports of attacks with chlorine gas, sources said. ...Read More

Exclusive: EU considers ban on deals with banks in Crimea

24.Apr.2014 -

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union may ban transactions with financial institutions in Crimea as part of its response to the annexation of the peninsula by Russia last month, an EU document obtained by Reuters showed. ...Read More

Ukraine forces kill up to five rebels, Putin warns of consequences

24.Apr.2014 -

SLAVIANSK, Ukraine/ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Ukrainian forces killed up to five pro-Moscow separatists in the east of the country, the Interior Ministry said on Thursday, as Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of "consequences" if Kiev...Read More

Leader of Mali coup charged with conspiracy to murder after bodies discovered

24.Apr.2014 -

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Malian authorities have changed the indictment against former military coup leader General Amadou Sanogo to a more serious charge of conspiracy to murder which carries the death penalty in the West African nation, his lawyer sai...Read More

Embattled South Sudan president replaces army chief

24.Apr.2014 -

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has sacked his army chief, a military spokesman said, replacing him with a loyalist from his own ethnic group as the country's four-month conflict shows signs of being increasingly fought along t...Read More

Anti-graft group accuses EU of complacency on corruption

24.Apr.2014 -

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European lobbyists carry out much of their work in secrecy and there is widespread complacency in Brussels about tackling corruption or conflicts of interest, Transparency International said on Thursday. ...Read More

Egypt's army says has 'complete control' over Sinai Peninsula

24.Apr.2014 -

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's military said on Thursday it had gained "complete control over the situation" in the Sinai Peninsula, where Islamist insurgents have been carrying out attacks against security forces for several months. ...Read More

U.S. vows to help Libya tackle 'rising violent extremism'

24.Apr.2014 -

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns on Thursday promised Libya more U.S. help against extremist violence, saying the country could not achieve political or economic stability without tackling its security challenges. ...Read More

Three Americans killed in Kabul hospital attack

24.Apr.2014 -

KABUL (Reuters) - Three Americans were killed on Thursday when a security guard opened fire at a Kabul hospital funded by a U.S. Christian charity, in the latest of a spate of attacks on foreign civilians in Afghanistan. ...Read More

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Surveillance System Acceptance Deepens

2.May.2013 - David Wallace

From April 24 - April 28 the New York Times and CBS News polled 965 Americans regarding their views on security issues after the Boston Marathon bombings. One of the questions revolved around the installation of surveillance cameras in public places: “Some people think installing video surveillance cameras in public places is a good idea because they may help to reduce the threat o...Read More