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New Australian Anti-Terror Laws Could See the Mandatory Recording of Your Private Data

The government wants to expand Australia’s anti-terrorism laws due to the internal security threat posed by Australian jihadists returning from oversea. Civil liberty advocates disagree with that.<p><i>Image via</i><p>At a joint press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and …

GOP Sen. Pat Roberts Fends Off Tea Party Challenge

Veteran Kansas Republican Pat Roberts defeated radiologist Milton Wolf in a closely watched primary Tuesday, dealing the latest blow to Tea Party hopes of ousting a longtime Senate GOP incumbent in 2014.<p>Roberts won 48 percent to Wolf's 41 percent. Two little-known candidates trailed far …

Incumbent senator's win ends ugly Kansas showdown

Tuesday's Senate primary in Kansas ended another ugly showdown that pit a tea party-backed challenger against an establishment Republican incumbent.<p>CNN projects incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts has fended off conservative challenger Milton Wolf in the state's GOP Senate primary.<p>In his victory speech …

DNA test solves Argentina 'dirty war' riddle

The founder of Argentina's leading human rights group has said that she has found a grandson taken from her daughter while a prisoner of the military dictatorship in the 1970s, one of the long-unsolved mysteries from the "dirty war" era.<p>Surrounded by her large extended family, an emotional Estela …

Apple and Samsung agree to drop cases outside the US

<b>Apple and Samsung have agreed to withdraw all legal cases against each other outside the United States.</b><p>The two rivals have sued each other over a range of patent disputes in nine countries outside the US, including the UK, South Korea, Japan and Germany.<p>A joint statement said the agreement "does …

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