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Australia blames U.S. over WikiLeaks, founder held in UK (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attends a seminar at the Swedish Trade Union Confederation headquarters in Stockholm August 14, 2010. REUTERS/Scanpix/Bertil Ericson/FilesReuters - Australia blamed the United States Wednesday for the release by WikiLeaks of U.S. diplomatic cables after a British court ordered the detention of the group's founder over allegations of sex crimes in Sweden.


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Canada promises better handling of terror cases (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - Canada vowed on Tuesday to improve co-operation between its police and intelligence services to combat terrorism and avoid a repeat of the Air India bombing, but it is still working on details of how it will do that.
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Judge dismisses bid to remove Anwar al-Awlaki from US 'kill list' (The Christian Science Monitor) PDF Print E-mail
The Christian Science Monitor - A federal judge in Washington ruled on Tuesday that he lacks the authority to hear a lawsuit that sought to block the US government from carrying out the targeted killing of an American citizen hiding in Yemen who is suspected of involvement in terror operations.
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US judge dismisses targeted-killing lawsuit (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

This SITE Intelligence Group photo shows US-Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in 2009. A judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit by the father of US-Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki which sought to block the US government from targeting the fugitive terror suspect for assassination.(AFP/SITE/File)AFP - A judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit by the father of US-Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki which sought to block the US government from targeting the fugitive terror suspect for assassination.


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Egypt shark attack blamed on illegal feeding (AFP) PDF Print E-mail

Egyptian conservation experts captured two sharks close to the the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on December 2. A marine expert has said illegal feeding may have sparked a rampage by a killer shark that has terrorised holidaymakers in Sharm el-Sheikh.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Illegal feeding may have sparked a rampage by a killer shark that has terrorised holidaymakers in Egypt's popular Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, a marine expert said on Tuesday.


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