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Biometrically enabled intelligence

Biometrically enabled intelligence

      The intelligence community is pushing to make biometrically enabled intelligence — the art of identifying people by fingerprints, digital mugshots, iris scans or DNA — a regular…

Egypt: Mubarak in a coma between life and death

Egypt: Mubarak in a coma between life and death

In Egypt, its former President Hosni Mubarak has been declared “clinically dead” by Mubarak´s  doctors, according to Egypt’s state news agency late Tuesday. Mubarak, 84 years old, had been moved…

Czechs accused an alleged Bulgarian-Russian terrorist ring of supplying false documents to extremists.

Czechs accused an alleged Bulgarian-Russian terrorist ring of supplying false documents to extremists.

Prosecutors in the Czech Republic have formally charged three Russians, two Bulgarians and a Moldovan with terrorism, television station bTV said. The group was arrested in April 2011 in connection…

Why not decriminalize drug use. Norway and its 23 reasons not to legalize drugs use.

Why not decriminalize drug use. Norway and its 23 reasons not to legalize drugs use.

The following is stated in the investigation made by the Norwegian Narcotics Governmental Committee  which members, more than 100 consultative bodies, has made a public statement in late February. The…

Iceland: First leader to face criminal charges over the 2008 crisis.

Iceland: First leader to face criminal charges over the 2008 crisis.

Geir Haarde, the first world leader to face criminal charges over the crisis, defiantly rejected claims that he should have foreseen the crash. Of four ministers named by an inquiry…

How to design and implement public security policies. Former Uruguayan President in exclusive interview.

How to design and implement public security policies. Former Uruguayan President in exclusive interview.

According to former Uruguayan President Luis A. Lacalle de Herrera, a necessary overhaul of that nation’s security policy would entail proper enforcement and adaptation of its laws, prosecution for minor…

Judge Baltazar Garzon guilty by Spanish court for wiretapping lawyers with clients

Judge Baltazar Garzon guilty by Spanish court for wiretapping lawyers with clients

The Spanish judge celebrated for pursuing international human rights cases was convicted of overstepping his jurisdiction in a domestic corruption investigation on Thursday, the culmination of a spectacular fall from…

Accused of collusion with the Camorra in Naples, Berlusconi MP escaped arrest over mafia allegations.

Accused of collusion with the Camorra in Naples, Berlusconi MP escaped arrest over mafia allegations.

Mantaining total secrecy about “who voted what” , Italy’s parliament has rejected a request to eliminate the parliamentary privileges of a Member of the Parliament MP, Nicola Cosentino, and therefore…

Jacques Chirac jugded guilty of corruption, sentence two years, escapes jail.

Jacques Chirac jugded guilty of corruption, sentence two years, escapes jail.

By French Justice, the former French leader Jacques Chirac has been found guilty of corruption and given a suspended jail sentence of two years. Chirac (79) was found guilty of …

ICJ ruled Greece wrong block Macedonia’s bid to join Nato in 2008

ICJ ruled Greece wrong block Macedonia’s bid to join Nato in 2008

Greece was wrong to block Macedonia’s bid to join Nato in 2008 because of a row over its name, the International Court of Justice has ruled. It said Athens should…

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