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The Russian officials plan to change for domestic limousines

The Russian officials plan to change for domestic limousines

The next attempt to revive the Russian car of a representative class. Dmitry Medvedev against Mercedes – war in a new stage of an aggravation. Officials want to see russian limousine. MOSCOW, Sep 17, 2013. The head of the Russian government Dmitry Medvedev charged to the Central research automobile and automotor institute to develop the domestic […]

Japan evacuate more than 350 thousand people

The authorities of Japan carry out mass evacuation in connection with a powerful typhoon which on Monday morning fell upon east coast of the country. Instructions on evacuation deep into Japan are issued to inhabitants of 205 thousand houses in seven prefectures. In 18 prefectures it is offered to inhabitants of 346 thousand houses to […]

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In India physicians entered to children the wrong vaccine

In India doctors mistakenly entered to children the wrong vaccine. Not less than 67 people were hospitalized. About it report local mass media. Incident happened in the city of Arambag. According to mass media, physicians carried out vaccination against hepatitis B instead of poliomyelitis. Victims – children under five years. The mistake of doctors was […]

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USA close embassies in several countries because of Al-Qaeda threats

The US State department connects increase of terrorist threats at the end of this week with the holiday termination Ramadan and first anniversary of act of terrorism in Benghazi. WASHINGTON, on July 2, 2013. Terrorist threats of Al-Qaeda induced State department of the United States to close embassies in the key Middle Eastern countries, including […]

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iPhone 5S Release Allegedly Plagued by Fingerprint Scanner Issues

The iPhone 5S release is expected to arrive sometime between now and the fall, but according to a new report from DigiTimes, component issues could mean the number of new handsets available will be extremely limited at launch. The tech site claims that slower-than-expected production of fingerprint-recognition chips and LCD drivers will delay the shipment […]

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U.S. may use the drones in Nigeria

Indications emerged yesterday that, with the listing of three Boko Haram kingpins as “global terrorists”, the United States can deploy its drones to take out the suspected terrorists if there is any threat to American interest. A security expert, Max Gbanite, who spoke to Leadership Weekend from the US, said that with the profiling of […]

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Negotiations about evacuation from Homs wounded journalists are broken

Negotiations between representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross, oppositionists and the authorities of Syria about evacuation of the western reporters from a quarter of Baba Amr in Homs haven’t brought concrete results. The meeting of the parties will proceed on Sunday, representative Red Cross in Geneva has informed Hisham Hassan. «Concrete results […]

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Aviation security expert: TSA wasted $56B on junk security

Ben Brandt, once an aviation security advisor to Delta, has published a scathing indictment of the TSA and its methods, arguing that they’ve spent $56B on “security” that won’t stop terrorists, while ignoring actual threats. But the last several years’ worth of plots on the friendly skies indicate the terrorists have switched their game plans. […]

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Mall robbery murder described

A security guard described on Monday how a director of a security company was shot dead while trying to stop a fleeing robber at Irene Mall, outside Pretoria. Evans Mavhina, a guard at the mall, was testifying in the High Court in Pretoria in the murder trial of Zwakahle Mavundla, 27, of Joubert Park in […]

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Mobile Banking Changes Fuzzy Within FFIEC’s New Rules

Some may call it a convergence of three game-changing forces that are rewriting financial institution security at warp speed.  First, there is the U.S. government demand that financial institutions – credit unions included – comply with new security guidelines issued by the interagency Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council to take effect in January 2012. Force […]

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