NEWS & ANALYSIS

Islamic Jihad Claims Responsibility for U.S. Embassy Attack in Yemen

U.S. officials say the attack bore all the hallmarks of an al Qaeda operation.

British Prosecutors Will Seek Retrial of 7 Men in Liquid- Bomb Plot

The original verdict has been considered a defeat for British counterterrorism officials.

Many People Internationally Believe al Qaeda Was Not Responsible for 9-11

A new international survey finds that majorities in eight out of 17 countries polled do not believe al Qaeda perpetrated the terrorist attacks of 9-11.

Mexican Crime Wave Drives Personal Security Spending

Wealthy Mexicans are investing in personal security measures ranging from GPS systems to bulletproof clothing.

Researcher Says Russian Government Involved in Georgia Cyber Attacks

A researcher asserts that the Russian government was involved in cyber attacks against Georgia.

Taliban Attack on Arms Plant is Their Deadliest Attack Yet in Pakistan

The attack on an arms plan in Pakistan is part of a ramping up of Taliban activity in Pakistan, according to media reports.

Senate Holds Hearing on Cruise Ship Security

In a Senate subcommittee hearing, witnesses and lawmakers discussed the lack of security standards for cruise ships.

China's Surveillance State from the Olympic Games and Onward

In preparation for the Olympic Games, the Chinese government has installed 300,000 surveillance cameras to monitor the activities of activists, journalists, and visitors for now and into the future.

Britain's e-Passports Can be Counterfeited

The Times (of London) reports Britain's "fake-proof" e-passports can be cloned in less than an hour.

China Tightens Security as Olympics Near

Security concerns are on the rise in Beijing, where the Olympic games open Friday.
 




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