More than 300 Lebanese rallied in the coastal city of Sidon in support of a fugitive Sunni Islamist cleric on Friday, a day after an audio recording believed to be his voice urged followers to demonstrate. via Lebanese protesters rally in support of fugitive sheikh | Reuters.
The Afghan Taliban promised on Friday to continue attacks over Ramadan, rejecting as a fake an insurgent email promising a halt in violence over the coming Muslim holy month and saying it was the work of government intelligence. via Afghan Taliban vow attacks over Ramadan after being hacked | Reuters.
“The latest bold claims made in the US National Security Agency’s leaked PowerPoint presentation on its PRISM internet surveillance program suggest that the agency is able to monitor communications in realtime, despite earlier avid denials by tech companies. The government may also be accessing much information without tech companies’ explicit
“Threats of terrorism are already looming over the 2014 Winter Olympics. The 2014 Winter Olympics are set to take place next February in Sochi, Russia, but a notorious Chechen rebel warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that he would use ‘maximum force’ to prevent the Games. According to Sky News,
“Egypt’s top military leader announces Wednesday night that President Mohamed Morsy has been removed from power.” Source:Egyptian military ousts Morsy – This Just In – CNN.com Blogs
“Thousands of foreign terrorists traveled to Syria over the past several months to wage jihad, or holy war, in what U.S. officials say is fast becoming a new international terror training ground. Most of the foreign terrorists are fighting for the al Qaeda-linked group the al-Nusra Front and are coming
“The Defense Department released its first strategy for operating in cyberspace two years ago this month, and officials are at work on the next version, the senior military advisor for cyber to the undersecretary of defense for policy said in Baltimore last week.” Source: Defense.gov News Article: DOD at Work
“Ubisoft has suffered a security breach and is warning account holders that details have been compromised. The video games publisher said that user names, email addresses and encrypted passwords had been ‘illegally accessed’, but that subscribers’ debit and credit card details remained safe as it did not store them. The
“Authorities in Mexico City say they’ve rescued 46 women in a human trafficking bust. The women rescued included 27 Mexicans and 19 foreigners, Mexico City prosecutors said in a statement. Forty people were detained after a raid at the Cadillac table-dance club in the country’s capital over the weekend, prosecutors
The self-described patriot hacker known as “The Jester” says he’ll carry out cyber attacks on countries considering granting asylum to Edward Snowden via EXCLUSIVE: Pro-US hacker The Jester takes aim at nations helping Snowden | Fox News.