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14 hrs ago | OpEdNews
The past three months since the publication of Free Yourself from Microsoft and the NSA has seen a steady stream of increasingly shocking revelations about the extent of NSA spying in the US and around the world.
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16 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
More than one in three members of Germany's center-left Social Democrats has already voted on a proposed coalition deal with Chancellor Angela Merkel 's conservatives, ensuring the internal party referendum will be valid.
16 hrs ago | Russia Taday
Italian communications have been targeted through the US's Special Collection Service sites in Rome and Milan, according to Italy's l'Espresso.
19 hrs ago | Project Syndicate
As the eurozone debt crisis has steadily widened the divide between Europe's stronger northern economies and the weaker, more debt-laden economies in the south , one question is on everyone's mind: Can Europe's monetary union - indeed, the European Union itself - survive? While the eurozone's northern members enjoy low borrowing costs and stable ... (more)
Germany's offshore wind capacity has expanded rapidly since the 2011 opening of its first commercial offshore wind farm, utility EnBW's Baltic 1 in the Baltic Sea, seen here.
Allies of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble pushed back against Deutsche Bank AG co-Chief Executive Officer Juergen Fitschen after he said the minister's call to keep up bank vigilance was "irresponsible."
While President Obama uses Apple's iPad, he admitted Wednesday that unspecified security concerns prevent him from using an iPhone.
For those who don't keep daily tabs on foreign media, it's easy to underestimate the scope of the NSA surveillance scandal and its global implications.
German Social Democrats chief Sigmar Gabriel is on a major charm offensive, racing across the country to win over sceptics among the party faithful for a 'grand coalition' with Chancellor Angela Merkel.
PAY LOAD: German chancellor Angela Merkel stands between leader of the CSU Horst Seehofer and head of SDP Sigmar Gabriel after signing the coalition agreement on November 27 which would introduce a minimum wage system This hasn't been a good week for those who like textbook solutions to labour market problems.
Did the BBC really need to send World Affairs editor John Simpson to cover the Prime Minister's trade visit to China? Was it necessary to send the BBC's 'World Affairs editor' John Simpson, 69, to Beijing for the Prime Minister's trade visit? Political editor Nick Robinson was there.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously ruled that Texas billionaire Billy Joe "Red" McCombs must pay steep penalties to the Internal Revenue Service related to more than $45-million he tried to shield from taxes.
Five years after pledging to promote more women to leadership roles without using legal quotas, Siemens AG is fighting a losing battle.
Donors at the launch of the Global Fund's Fourth Replenishment today pledged US$12.0 billion for the next three years, the largest amount ever committed to fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Former President Bill Clinton says he has "serious reservations" about spying on other world leaders, an issue that has triggered some global criticism of President Obama.
Professor David Johnson, left, and his research team will test a wind turbine near the University of Waterloo campus, then apply what they learn to another turbine installed in a remote Northern Ontario community.