Category: Technology

Israeli PM Unveils Memorial at Mumbai Jewish Center to Terror Victims

January 18, 2018 |

NEW DELHI Standing beside an 11-year-old Jewish boy orphaned in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Thursday unveiled a memorial to the 166 victims killed by militants at the city's Chabad Center.

Moshe Holtzberg's parents were …

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VOA Interview: UN Ambassador Nikki Haley: Full Transcript

January 17, 2018 |

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley spoke with VOA contributor Greta Van Susteren on Wednesday in New York.

VAN SUSTEREN: Ambassador, nice to see you.

HALEY: Thank you.

VAN SUSTEREN: Ambassador, I first want to talk about North …

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Gemalto and Ponemon Institute Study: Big gaps emerge between countries on attitudes towards data protection in the cloud

January 16, 2018 | Technology
  • Study reveals regional disparities in adoption of cloud security: German businesses almost twice as likely to secure confidential or sensitive information in the cloud (61%) than British (35%), Brazilian (34%) and Japanese (31%) organizations
  • Half of global organizations believe that

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‫دراسة جيمالتو ومعهد بونيمون: ظهور فجوات كبيرة بين البلدان بخصوص التوجهات بشأن حماية البيانات في السحابة الحاسوبية

January 16, 2018 | Other Language, Technology
  • الدراسة تكشف تباينات إقليمية في اعتماد الأمن السحابي: تضاعف احتمالية تأمين الشركات الألمانية للمعلومات السرية أو الحساسة في السحابة بنسبة (61٪) مقارنة بالمؤسسات البريطانية بنسبة (35٪)، والبرازيلية بنسبة (34٪) واليابانية بنسبة (31٪)
  • تعتقد نصف المنظمات العالمية أن معلومات الدفع (54٪)

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More Than 1,800 Pakistani Clerics Issue Islamic Decree Condemning Terrorism

January 16, 2018 | Technology

WASHINGTON Religious clerics in Pakistan issued an Islamic decree, or fatwa, Tuesday condemning suicide bombings and other acts of terrorism as un-Islamic and against the teachings of the religion.

The decree, endorsed by more than 1,800 prominent religious scholars from …

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At Least 5 Dead After Paramilitary Convoy Ambushed in Pakistan

January 15, 2018 | Technology

ISLAMABAD � A paramilitary convoy has come under a rocket attack in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province, leaving at least five people dead and six others wounded, according to local officials and hospital sources.

The ambush occurred Monday in Turbat, a …

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Legal Pathways Needed to Stem Migrant Deaths on the Mediterranean

January 14, 2018 | Technology

GENEVA The U.N. refugee agency is calling for more resettlement places and other legal pathways to stop the alarmingly high number of deaths of refugees and migrants along the perilous Central Mediterranean Sea route from Libya to Italy.

This has …

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Pakistani Army Chief Says Nation Felt ‘Betrayed’ by US

January 12, 2018 | Technology

ISLAMABAD A top American general has told Pakistan's army chief the U.S. military does not intend to conduct any unilateral strikes inside the country and both sides emphasized the need for continued cooperation to fight terrorism, an official announcement said …

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European Diplomats Urge Sticking With Iran Nuclear Deal

January 11, 2018 | Technology

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the international agreement on Iran's nuclear program is working, and that while there are concerns about Iran's development of ballistic missiles and other activities in the Middle East, those should be dealt …

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US: No Official Confirmation From Pakistan on Suspension of Cooperation

January 10, 2018 | Technology

STATE DEPARTMENT, ISLAMABAD The United States says it has not been officially notified that Pakistan has suspended military or intelligence cooperation with Washington.

A State Department official told VOA on Wednesday "we have not received any formal communication from the …

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Suicide Bombing Kills 6 in Southwestern Pakistan

January 9, 2018 | Technology

ISLAMABAD A suicide bomber has killed at least six people and wounded more than 25 others in southwestern Pakistan.

The attack Tuesday targeted a police vehicle in a high-security area in Quetta, the capital of violence-hit Baluchistan province.

Doctors and …

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Hearing Delayed for Canadian Ex-hostage Boyle

January 8, 2018 | Technology

OTTAWA, ONTARIO Canadian ex-hostage Joshua Boyle's case has been put off until next Monday while his lawyers work on a bail plan.

Boyle made brief court appearance via video link Monday. He is facing 15 charges, including sexual assault, following …

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