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Italian software company abets Syrian authorities' surveillance

Beirut: Today, the regime of Bashar al-Assad is freely using surveillance equipment over a network provided by Area SpA to spy on [its fellow] citizens. So claims a Lebanon-exiled Syrian hacker who, being sought by the police, had to flee f

Russian expert talks on Syrian crisis, Moscow's "marginalization" in Middle East

[Interview with Fedor Lukyanov, editor in chief of Russia in Global Affairs and member of the Russian Council on Foreign and Defence Policy, by Gabor Stier; place and date not given: Al-Asad's Days Are Numbered - Syria Is the Last Place Whe

Russia says US idea of Syria Group of Friends illegal

The Russian Foreign Ministry believes that the US idea of setting up an international Group of Friends to support Syrian opposition is illegal. We are apprehensive of various formats which we do not regard as legal in international law, off

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The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official think tank says - but it denies a clampdown by the authorities is mainly to blame. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences'

Hong Kong paper reports 41 per cent Chinese websites

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official

The Komsomolsk-na-Amure Aviation Production Association (KnAAPO) will complete the manufacturing of six Sukhoi Su-35 fighter aircraft in 2011 for test flights and final joint tests, a source in the

Russian plant to produce six Su-35 fighters in 2011

The Komsomolsk-na-Amure Aviation Production Association (KnAAPO) will complete

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Thursday it started to inject nitrogen into the No. 3 reactor to reduce the risk of further hydrogen explosions, a move marking

Nitrogen injected into crippled Japan reactor to

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power plant, Maritsa East Three, to US fund Contour Global. The sale went through on Tuesday [29 June] in Vienna, consultant on

Italian firm sells 73-per-cent stake in Bulgarian

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to gain by exploiting geothermal energy from the active volcano that has laid waste to two-thirds of the island. The British

Montserrat invites geothermal energy developers

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to

The town of Wuyuan in China's Jiangxi province recently released a new version of Nostalgia, a short film shown on CCTV's China News program promoting tourism to the heritage-rich town. Pastoral

Wuyuan: The Ancient Village In China That Brings Back

The town of Wuyuan in China's Jiangxi province recently released a new version

Iran has signed an agreement with Iraq to provide gas to its power plants, Iran's news network IRINN reported on 1 July. The report said, the agreement, which is worth above 370m dollars, was signed

Iran signs 370m dollar gas deal with Iraq

Iran has signed an agreement with Iraq to provide gas to its power plants,

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization rules and apply same policies to both domestic and overseas companies in rare earth production, processing and export.

China to abide by WTO rules in rare earth production

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization

If the only place you ever get online is at home from your personal, secure connection then you likely don't have a need for things like identity verification software or two factor authentication .

Security Outside Your Protected Network Connection

If the only place you ever get online is at home from your personal, secure

At least this is what Edita Tahiri, head of the Kosova delegation to the technical talks with Serbia, claims. In a statement for Express on Sunday, she said that everything could be finalized on 2

Kosovo envoy reveals deal with Serbia on free

At least this is what Edita Tahiri, head of the Kosova delegation to the

Everyone knows that one can earn on shares when the price goes up. Today you buy shares for one lat and sell them tomorrow for 1.5 lats per piece. The difference of 0.5 lats per share is the

Latvian commentary questions accession to

Everyone knows that one can earn on shares when the price goes up. Today you

Reports of the attack by Taleban fighters on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul have been received with deep concern. According to media reports, it was mainly civilians who were killed. We

Russia condemns hotel attack in Afghan capital

Reports of the attack by Taleban fighters on the Intercontinental Hotel in

President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday [9 February] said Pakistan and Tajikistan need to work closely on infrastructure, energy connectivity and trans-regional economic cooperation projects such as

Pakistan president urges Tajik cooperation in energy,

President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday [9 February] said Pakistan and

Kolkata: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee on Wednesday [29 June] ruled out a Fukushima-like nuclear plant disaster in India, saying the nuclear reactors in the country had a

Chief of atomic energy panel rules out Japan-like

Kolkata: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee on Wednesday

An insider disclosed today that China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL and SEHK: 0941) would officially launch commercial TD-LTE network for integrated LTE TDD/FDD networking in Hong Kong on December 18. The

China Mobile to Launch TD-LTE Commercial Net in HK

An insider disclosed today that China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL and SEHK: 0941)

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