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Pentagon hawks plan military strike for ‘regime change’ in Syria

Diplomats alarmed by US military strategy to topple Syrian president Bashar al-Assad By Mark Watts and Fiona O’Cleirigh | 12 July 2012 Hawks in the US administration are pressing for military...

MPs summon BBC and council chiefs over ‘off payroll’ deals

Select committee to hold hearings into routing pay via personal-service companies By David Hencke | 10 July 2012 "I have asked the BBC and the Local Government Association to...

Third insider blows whistle on ‘corrupt’ Saudi defence deal

Yet another former programme director tells SFO about ‘unethical’ Sangcom project By Frederika Whitehead | 9 July 2012 Another whistleblower has come forward to support allegations against a UK...

Agency boss denies paying any bribes for information

Ex-Met police forensics officer describes cash offer to officials as ‘just advertising’ By David Hencke | 4 July 2012 Picture agency boss Matt Sprake denied ever paying bribes despite...

Background: police arrest 39 so far in ‘bribery’ probe

Met’s ‘bribery’ investigation is one of three police probes into newspaper practices By David Hencke | 4 July 2012 Scotland Yard has so far arrested and questioned 39 people...

Public officials still offered thousands of pounds for scoops

Ex-police surveillance officer who had access to No 10 exposed in ‘bribes offer’ By David Hencke | 4 July 2012 "You can earn yourself good cash now by calling…...

Commentary: why London Olympics is target for terrorists

British nationals recruited by al-Shabaab pose a threat to UK, argues RUSI analyst By Valentina Soria | 3 July 2012 "Al-Shabaab has recently sought to expand its recruitment network...

Kroll persuaded City police to launch doomed £1m probe

Revealed: corporate sleuths initiated police investigation to protect client’s reputation By Tim Wood and Andrea Perry | 29 June 2012 "We can avoid being seen to have any role in prosecuting...

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Canadians Targeted in Debit Card Fraud, Check Your Bank Statements

A number of Canadians have been affected by debit card fraud in the past 30-days despite never having used...
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Marshall County Man Convicted of Federal Cyberstalking and Gun Crime

A Marshall County man was convicted Thursday afternoon of cyberstalking as well as a federal gun violation following a...

Former Employee Of Hospital Pleads Guilty To Compromising Dozens Of Hospital Computers And Coworkers’ Email Accounts And Stealing Their Confidential Information

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that RICHARD LIRIANO...

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