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Owing to its worldwide recognized reputation the Munich Security Conference is more and more developing into a "crystallization point" of security policy. "A great number of security-political events such as the Nuclear Threat Initiative for nuclear disarmament, founded by the former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn, will this year surround the conference," the organizer states with delight. (Full Story)
Employment increased by 43,000 in January, all in part time, pushing the unemployment rate down 0.1 percentage points to 8.3%. January marks the fourth employment gain in six months.
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According to Maj. Gen. Yadlin of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF), cyberwarfare is divided into three areas: intelligence gathering, defense and attack. "Anyone who is able to hack (personal computers, cell phones and internet) ends up knowing quite a lot. If you catch my drift," warns the Military Intelligence chief.
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Canadian hoteliers' business outlook for the traveller accommodation industries was less pessimistic for the first quarter than it had been in the previous four quarters.
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The pirate "mothership" to which the sea-jacked vehicle carrier ASIAN GLORY was commandeered to during recent days has been identified as the MSV FAIZ OSAMANI (aka MSV FAIZE E OSMANI), an Indian-flagged cargo vessel, which had been captured by five Somali pirates 150 nm east of Socotra Island as we reported on January 28, 2010. (Full Story)
"The last pirate left at around 22h00 local time (19h00 UTC) and the vessel is supposed to sail free," one of ECOTERRA's marine observers reported a short while ago.
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BEIJING - China on Saturday decided to suspend scheduled visits between the Chinese and U.S. armed forces, in response to Washington's plan to sell a package of arms worth about 6.4 billion U.S. dollars to Taiwan.
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McMinnville, Ore. - Evergreen’s long history of providing humanitarian relief continued this week with its donated missions to survey rural orphanages in Haiti employing Elbit Systems' Skylark® I LE Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. (Full Story)
Ottawa (Canada) — The Index of Consumer Confidence rose 13.8 percentage points in January to a 23-month high, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
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Malawian President Bingu wa Mutharika has succeeded Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi as the new chairman of the African Union (AU). (Full Story)
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