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James Risen's report in the New York Times on Blackwater's death threat against State Department investigators in Iraq (and the US embassy's craven decision to kick out the investigators for being "unsustainably disruptive to day-to-day operations"
Line of Control and the working boundary between the South Asian neighbours in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as reports developments that could lead to ceasefire violations.
It’s come to light that the top commander of the American mercenary company Blackwater, threatened to kill government officials sent to investigate the firm. The incident allegedly took place just weeks before one Blackwater unit killed
July 3, 2014 00:24 IST Waste collection affected as contractors have not paid salaries to workers' Staff Correspondent CMC should ensure that workers are paid before clearing monthly bills of contractors' H.M. Suresh Kumar, councillor, has claimed
The expanded commercial opportunities and medical advancements offered by the much-anticipated Internet of Things will also present new security challenges for future cyber warriors. And, considering recent cases in which hackers were as young as 15,
Afghanistan (AP) Afghan security officials say a suicide bomber has attacked an air force bus in the capital Kabul, killing at least four people. The Defense Ministry said in a statement that the attack early Wednesday killed four officers and
A £5 million fund will help conserve Britain's First World War memorials. The cash will be taken from Libor fines paid by bank to repair and protect memorials and graves across the UK and oversea. The War Memorials Trust, which looks after memorials
Chapter 1: Surprise attack Less than 15 minutes remained before the missiles reached their targets as anti-missile defense batteries scrambled to counter the barrage bearing down on the California coast.
A newly disclosed memo reveals a warning by a State Department investigator that contractors for Blackwater Worldwide saw themselves as above the law and that the contractors, rather than department officials, were in command. The warning to State
Story Multimedia The week, almost a hundred years ago to the day (June 28, 1914) Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was felled by a Serbian assassin in Sarajevo, thus setting in motion an inexorable chain of events that led to the outbreak of the