NEWS & ANALYSIS

Algiers Bombing Kills 67

Al Qaeda's North African affiliate is believed to be the culprit.

African Airport Aims for TSA Clearance

Ivory Coast has hired a Canadian company to help it win TSA certification

Security Guards Go Green in Bali

Traditional security guards on Pemuteran, a five-hectare marine conservation zone, protect the ecosystem's natural treasures.

UK Security Chief Warns of Dirty Bomb Attack

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith asked the British public to be vigilant over the holidays as Slovak police arrest three men they say had enough enriched uranium for a dirty bomb.

U.S. Should Concentrate on Border and Airport Security, Says Chertoff

Unlike Europe, the terrorist threat faced by the U.S. comes from without rather than from within.

Massive Terrorism Crackdown in Saudi Arabia

208 militants, forming six separate cells, were arrested for terrorist activity.

Bin Laden to Address Europeans; UN Says al Qaeda Still Potent

Al Qaeda's media arm says a new message from Osama Bin Laden is set for release soon.

Would You Like Spies with That?

FBI denies the reported "Falafel Investigation," calling it too ridiculous to be true.

Moving Past the James Bond Image

The United Kingdom's intelligence and security services will recruit more "non-white" agents.

British Government Loses Private Data of 7.5 Million Families

The data, contained on two computer discs, was lost in the mail and has stoked fears of widespread identity theft.
 




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