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First Iraq and the Rest Will Follow – By Miaad Hassan

by Miad Hassan - 10 May 2015

The ongoing violence across the Middle East region, as well as the threat posed by the religious ideology represented by ISIS, should come as no surprise. The precursors to this aggressive unrest were weak, corrupt Arab governments that lacked stability and integration. In Iraq, the early signs of violence...

The Hacker News

Astoria — Advanced Tor Client Designed to Avoid NSA Attacks

This post was originally published on this siteIn response to the threat of intelligence agencies like NSA and GCHQ, Security researchers from American and Israeli academics have developed a new advanced Tor client called Astoria specially designed to make eavesdropping harder.Tor (The Onion Router) is the most popular anonymity network that is intended to allow a user to browse the Internet...


UK’s Labour Party says it won’t try to block EU referendum

This post was originally published on this site Harriet Harman says Labour will still campaign hard to keep Britain in the EU, the world’s largest trading bloc. (Source: AP Photo)Britain’s opposition Labour Party says it won’t try to block a referendum on whether Britain should remain in the 28-nation European Union. The party’s acting leader, Harriet Harman, offered support...


At least 10 Afghan police officers killed in Taliban assault

This post was originally published on this site The Taliban have launched a number of attacks across many parts of Afghanistan since their warm-weather offensive began on April 24. (Source: AP photo)Officials in Afghanistan say at least 10 police officers have been killed in an ongoing Taliban assault in the country’s volatile south. Mohammad Ismail Hotaki, director of Helmand province’s...

American Issues

‘Beautiful Mind’ mathematician killed


This post was originally published on this site‘Beautiful Mind’ mathematician John Nash killed in crash24 May 2015From the section US & CanadaJohn Nash, seen here receiving an honorary doctorate in 2011, was one of the developers of game theoryUS mathematician John Nash, who inspired the Oscar-winning film...


Gujarat: Gondal APMC gets mango ripening chambers, auction shed

This post was originally published on this site Gondal is a city and a municipality in Rajkot district in the Indian state Gujarat. (Source: Google Maps)The Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) of Gondal in Rajkot district became second ward in the state to get fruit ripening centre as Chief Minister Anandiben Patel inaugurated the facility on Sunday. The facility has costed Rs 1.41 crores...


‘No return’ to easier dismissal plan


This post was originally published on this siteSajid Javid: No fresh look at easier dismissals24 May 2015From the section UK PoliticsBusiness Secretary Sajid Javid has ruled out returning to proposals to make it easier for firms to sack staff using “no fault” dismissals. The Beecroft report on employment law in 2012 suggested small firms be able to dismiss people without a...

Lessons in Leadership

Change vs. Progress: Making the Choices That Move You Forward


This post was originally published on this siteOne of the biggest challenges in today’s society is learning how to balance all of the different areas of our lives. A hundred years ago, life seemed simpler because people’s roles seemed more defined. Today, the world is much less predictable. The unspoken expectation is that in order to be a thriving, contributing, happy and successful...

Sport News

Rangers’ Law out to relegate brother

This post was originally published on this site Nicky Law spent two years with Motherwell before moving to Rangers in 201324 May 2015 Last updated at 11:57Rangers midfielder Nicky Law will put family ties to one side in the play-offs as he bids to relegate former club Motherwell, who his younger brother Josh plays for.The siblings will go head-to-head over two...

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