KUALA LUMPUR: The case management for the judicial review application filed by Sidang Injil Borneo (SIB) to challenge on the seizure of religious books which contained the word “Allah” will be on March 9.
High Court senior assistant register Arun Noval Dass will fix the date for the hearing of the merits.
This follows SIB’s request for one month to respond to the affidavit filed by the government for the hearing proper, said federal counsel Norazalina Razali. Read More »»»»
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Pakistan on Monday on an unannounced trip to urge the government to do more to crack down on militant groups following last month’s massacre of 134 children by Taliban gunmen.
During his trip, Kerry is expected to meet Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as well as the powerful army chief.
Visiting neighboring India earlier in the day, Kerry said he would travel to Paris this week to express solidarity with the victims of the militant attack on a satirical weekly newspaper.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a one-year anti-crisis plan designed to stabilize the economy. The document includes 60 measures and will cost at least $35 billion. Global financial markets expert Patrick Young believes the plan will focus on what the country needs most.
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Billionaire Jeff Greene, who amassed a multibillion dollar fortune betting against subprime mortgage securities, says the U.S. faces a jobs crisis that will cause social unrest and radical politics. “America’s lifestyle expectations are far too high and need to be adjusted so we have less things and a smaller, better existence,” Greene said in an interview today at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “We need to reinvent our whole system of life.”
It has long been held that the dominance of Charlemagne’s military was based on a “cavalry revolution” led by Charles Martel in 730s. However, the stirrup, which made the “shock cavalry” lance charge possible, was not introduced to the Frankish kingdom until the late eighth century. Instead, Charlemagne’s success rested primarily on novel siege technologies and excellent logistics.
However, large numbers of horses were used by the Frankish military during the age of Charlemagne. This was because horses provided a quick, long-distance method of transporting troops, which was critical to building and maintaining such a large empire.
The keylogger program, likely part of an attack framework used by the US National Security Agency and its intelligence partners, is dubbed QWERTY and was among the files that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked to journalists. It was released by German news magazine Der Spiegel on Jan. 17 along with a larger collection of secret documents about the malware capabilities of the NSA and the other Five Eyes partners—the intelligence agencies of the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, PCworld reported.
“We’ve obtained a copy of the malicious files published by Der Spiegel and when we analyzed them, they immediately reminded us of Regin,” malware researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab said Tuesday in a blog post. “Looking at the code closely, we conclude that the ‘QWERTY’ malware is identical in functionality to the Regin 50251 plugin.” Read More »»»»
One of the more controversial issues during the Obama administration has been the National Security Agency (NSA) and its handling of domestic spying. While many Republicans have been in an agreement with the president, other members of Congress from both parties aren’t too happy. Read More »»»»
The mega-rich are preparing for a peasant revolt, buying secluded estates and arranging escape plans if the poor rise up against the wealthy, Robert Johnson, president of the Institute for New Economic Thinking told RT. Founded in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, the think tank associated with leading universities such as Oxford and Duke tracks the level of economic inequality in the world, which has skyrocketed during the so-called ‘recovery.’ RT’s Ameera David has more.
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When Duncan Kirkwood was pulled over by a police officer in Charlotte, N.C., late last year, the Montgomery resident admits he was scared.
“As a black man, I am always fearful that when the police pull me over the encounter could escalate and I could be severely injured and there would be no way to prove I was not at fault,” he said.
Social media teeming with reports and videos of tensions between police and regular citizens since the 2014 fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Mo., police officer doesn’t help much either, Kirkwood said. Read More »»»»
A paper mill executive who once won a multimillion-dollar fraud lawsuit in Mobile’s federal court has pleaded guilty to illegally socking money in a secret Swiss bank account using a trust account named for a coffee drink.
George Landegger, CEO of Parsons & Whittemore, pleaded guilty last week in New York to a federal charge of failing to file a required report to the IRS about the account. He admitted that he maintained the undeclared account worth $8.4 million at the Swiss Bank in Zurich from the early part of the last decade to 2010. Read More »»»»