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New Mexico Plays Home To Terror Town, U.S.A.

With its pristine Spanish-style houses and flowering gardens, this remote town seems an unlikely place to be the most dangerous spot in the United States. But for the past six months it has been under siege by terrorists.

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Cisco slammed for RFID staff tracker

Cisco has come under fire from privacy groups as it prepares to launch a wireless RFID server that can track people and equipment using existing Wi-Fi networks.

The unholy trinity of electronic snooping: Bolton, Negroponte and Hayden

...further details are emerging from within the U.S. Intelligence Community on unofficial and back channel intelligence operations directed over the past four years from neo-conservative cells in Vice President Dick Cheney's office, the Pentagon, the State Department, and the National Security Agency (NSA).

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Nuclear treaty falling apart as nations develop weapons

Kofi Annan last week opened a monthlong conference on the treaty with an appeal to its 188 member nations to repair the troubled treaty regime. “You must come to terms with all the nuclear dangers that threaten humanity,” the U.N. secretary-general said.

Captured Al-Qaeda kingpin is case of ‘mistaken identity’
Abu Faraj al-Libbi was not the terrorists’ third in command, as claimed, but a middle-ranker derided by one source as “among the flotsam and jetsam” of the organisation.
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