25 Aug 2011

9 Killed In Bomb Attack Against Iraqi Police

“Iraqi police and hospital officials say two bombings west of the capital have killed nine people, including eight policemen.” (Source: 9 Killed In Bomb Attack Against Iraqi Police | FoxNews.com.)

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25 Aug 2011

West Nile still a risk, experts warn after woman’s death

“Canadians should stay vigilant about fending off mosquitoes in the coming weeks, health officials said after an Ontario woman’s death was linked to the West Nile virus. “ (Source: West Nile still a risk, experts warn after woman’s death – CTV News.)

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25 Aug 2011

Black Hat Hacker Says Insulin Pump Maker Medtronic Belittles Security Flaw

” The diabetic security researcher Jerome Radcliffe who hacked his insulin pump at Black Hat accused Medtronic of not taking security of its devices or his research seriously.” (Source: Black Hat Hacker Says Insulin Pump Maker Medtronic Belittles Security Flaw – Security – News & Reviews – eWeek.com.)

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25 Aug 2011

U.S. Widens Role in Mexico’s Fight Against Crime

“The Obama administration has expanded its role in Mexico’s fight against organized crime by allowing the Mexican police to stage cross-border drug raids from inside the United States, according to senior administration and military officials. “ (Source: U.S. Widens Role in Mexico’s Fight Against Crime – NYTimes.com.)

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24 Aug 2011

South Sudan Says 14 Soldiers Killed in Militia Attack

“Fourteen South Sudanese army soldiers were killed in attacks by militia gunmen on Aug. 19 and Aug. 20 in Upper Nile state close to the border with Sudan, army spokesman Philip Aguer said today by phone from the capital, Juba.” (Source: South Sudan Says 14 Soldiers Killed in Militia Attack.)

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23 Aug 2011

Trinidad declares state of emergency in crime hot-spots

“A limited state of emergency is in force in several areas of Trinidad and Tobago, as the government moves to tackle a recent spike in violent crime. “ (Source: BBC News – Trinidad declares state of emergency in crime hot-spots.)

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22 Aug 2011

Senior Yemen official dies from palace attack injuries

“The third most powerful political figure in the Yemeni government has died from wounds he received in the presidential palace attack in Sanaa last June.” (Source: Senior Yemen official dies from palace attack injuries – CNN.com.)

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21 Aug 2011

New data spill shows risk of online health records

“Until recently, medical files belonging to nearly 300,000 Californians sat unsecured on the Internet for the entire world to see.” (Source: New data spill shows risk of online health records – BusinessWeek.)

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21 Aug 2011

Army downplays US warning about LeT attacks on India

“Asserting that the recent US warning about LeT attacks on India had ‘no special intelligence value’, the Army on Sunday said it had eliminated top commanders of the outfit which has increased ‘desperation’ of militants to infiltrate into Kashmir ahead of winter. “ (Source: Army downplays US warning about LeT

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20 Aug 2011

Cyber attack hits 350,000 Epson Korea customers

“Epson Korea Co., Ltd. said on Saturday hackers had breached the personal data of its 350,000 registered customers last week, the latest in a series of cyber attacks involving a huge number of victims in the country. “ (Source: Cyber attack hits 350,000 Epson Korea customers – Technology & science

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