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China lets 1st foreigners into army news briefing
Not many years ago, foreign reporters in China trying to call the country's secretive military couldn't even get a connection because phone numbers assigned to the journalists were barred from reaching the Defense Ministry.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Chibok girls: UK not sending troops to Nigeria -Pocock
T he British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Andrew Pocock has reiterated that the British Government's offer of assistance to Nigeria in the rescue of the abducted Chibok girls does not involve deploying troops in Nigeria to assume any combat roles.
Fortnight of film for Yvonne Arnaud
For two weeks only, Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre swaps stage shows for the big screen as their eagerly awaited Film Season 2014 arrives on Monday August 11 and runs until Sunday August 23. In Week One, Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan - whose performance won her Best Actress at the British Independent Film Awards - open this year's season with ... (more)
Al Qaeda kidnapping Europeans to bankroll terror
It's the first rule of dealing with terrorists: never negotiate with them. Especially not when they have a hostage.
Best of Philly Snapshot: Janet Monge
You've caught Janet Monge at a rare moment when her purple reading glasses are down.
Hampshire anti-piracy firm goes bust
GoAGT escorted ships through some of the world's most dangerous seas, including off the coast of Somalia, pictured, where piracy is rife A MAJOR New Forest maritime security firm which protects ships from pirates has ceased trading, leaving dozens of its staff stranded around the globe.
Obama: Muslims responsible for 'core of our democracy'
Though he often ignores any mention of the Christian celebration of Easter, President Obama never misses an opportunity to officially recognize a Muslim holiday.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Friedman: Madagascar an example of a world of disorder
I've been arguing that the big divide in the world these days is between the world of order and a growing world of disorder.
Global Homeland Security Market Research Report Outlook 2022:...
Market Research Reports.Biz includes new market research report "Global Homeland Security Market Outlook 2022: Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast" to its huge collection of research reports.
Hani Garabyare's Journey From Somalia to the Senate
The 27-year-old Somali native is now an American citizen and finds herself walking up Capitol Hill each day to work in the Senate.
Exclusive: Anti-pirate security staff all at sea after major firm suddenly goes bust
Paul Gallagher is a reporter for the Independent and Independent on Sunday having joined the group in 2012.
The Martitime Security Focus Is Shifting
Former Vice-Admiral and Commander-in-chief of the German Navy Hans-Joachim Stricker, President of the German Maritime Institute , believes that in terms of security the industry is headed in the right direction.
Police hijack adverts on 'piracy' websites to scare off visitors
THE UK POLICE Intellectual Property Crime Unit has begun hijacking adverts on websites that infringe copyrights and warning off potential users.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
The Straits Times
Singaporean missing after pirates hijack vessel
A Singaporean man on board an oil tanker is missing after the Kiribati-flagged vessel was hijacked by 10 heavily armed pirates off the coast of Ghana early Saturday morning.
Foreign Secretary Welcomes Japan's Command Of Counter-Piracy
Japan has announced it will take command of an anti-piracy operation in the Northern Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden Combined Task Force 151 is one of three operated by Combined Maritime Forces.
On Native GroundVERMONT Strikes a Blow for Freedom, Equality and Love
Somewhere in the godforsaken waters off Somalia, a rowboat with four pirates and a brave hostage aboard is holding off an American destroyer.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Protesting pirates demand change from local company
Pirate costumes are not what you would expect to see at a protest, but it's something Texas protest organizer Andrew Dobbs hopes will help get a message across.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Bayelsa and its creeks of death
Mrs. Timi Iyabi, a young woman in her early 30s, is now a widow. Her little sons Godstime and Daniel including her daughters Idubamo and Deborah are also fatherless.
The Japan Times
Japan to post intelligence officer at SDF base in Djibouti
The government plans to station an intelligence officer at the Self-Defense Forces base in Djibouti to deal with antipiracy operations and gather information on terrorist activities and other security matters, a source familiar with Japan-U.S. relations said Saturday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Special Time for Midrats Episode 238: 'The Horn of Africa - still the ...
Special Time for Midrats Episode 238: "The Horn of Africa - still the front lines, with RDML Krongard, USN" - 27 July at 2pm on 27 July as we time shift Midrats for Episode 238: "The Horn of Africa - still the front lines, with RDML Krongard, USN" : A special time this week, 2pm Eastern, in order to have a reasonable time for our guest on the other ... (more)