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A whale filmed playing with a rugby ball is Hvaldimir, the beluga in Norway some speculate escaped from the Russian military.
The United Arab Emirates has released Durham PhD student Matthew Hedges after an international outcry and intense lobbying from the British government. He was detained on May 5 in Dubai, when he was on a two week research trip to the country. He was charged with spying and was sentenced to life in prison on November 21. His wife Daniela Tejada said his release was “the best possible news” and she’d been “brought back to life”.
It was a Saturday and his mother had died the day before.
We asked University of Johannesburg (UJ) academic Professor Jane Duncan to look at a report showing interception requests have doubled in three years.
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The agency's chief said the information revolution "fundamentally changes" our operating environment.
The internet has transformed the nature of the terrorist threat and governments’ surveillance capabilities. But how has it
Security researchers suspect the group of state sponsored espionage.
A covert hacking group spied on targets in Russia, China, Iran, Sweden, Belgium and Rwanda for more than five years without