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One expert: Spying on Frau Merkel — shocking? No. Hurtful? Perhaps. Wise? Almost certainly not. Read also more comments.
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James Clapper on shutdown: This is a dreamland for foreign intelligence services to recruit. Seriously?
President Barack Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani spoke by telephone. It was the highest-level contact between Tehran and Washington in three decades.
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….I will seek authorization for the use of force from the American people’s representatives in Congress. This is from POTUS’s statement on Syria.
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It seems, at least from the statements we hear, if any military action in Syria will happen it should be limited in its scale. But if we start the military action what comes to my mind is the term “mission creep.” Read few comments.
Glenn Greenwald’s partner was detained at Heathrow under the Terrorism Act 2000. What is your opinion on the Terrorism Act, isn’t it too broad and can be easily misused then? Or would you say it serve it purposes well? Read few comments.
According to ABC report clothes may be dipped into the liquid explosives, and become explosive themselves once the liquid dries, So my simple question is: From your scientific point of you how real is this threat, may it work like the description says or not? Read few comments.
On one hand President Obama said that the government is not overreacting in locking down diplomatic posts on the other hand he is claiming that the odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident. We also saw the report on how clothes may be dipped into the liquid explosives, and become explosive themselves once the liquid dries.