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Encryption row spotlights fears on security, privacy
Encryption row spotlights fears on security, privacy

Has encryption technology given the bad guys a way to operate in the dark? Or has the new tech age gifted law enforcement with unprecedented surveillance powers?

Encryption row spotlights fears on security, privacy
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FBI can track dollars leaving Kazakhstan

The FBI is able to track the money leaving Kazakhstan as a part of its anti-corruption efforts.

FBI can track dollars leaving Kazakhstan
No 'specific or credible threats' linked to 9/11 anniversary: FBI chief
No 'specific or credible threats' linked to 9/11 anniversary: FBI chief

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said that it has picked up no "specific or credible threats" linked to the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

No 'specific or credible threats' linked to 9/11 anniversary: FBI chief
Clinton surrendering email server, thumb drive to FBI: reports
Clinton surrendering email server, thumb drive to FBI: reports

A thumb drive and a server containing copies of emails Hillary Clinton sent and received while US secretary of state will be handed over to the FBI.

Clinton surrendering email server, thumb drive to FBI: reports
FBI asked to probe if derailed train was struck by projectile
FBI asked to probe if derailed train was struck by projectile

The FBI is being called in to determine if a projectile struck a commuter train before it crashed in the US city of Philadelphia this week, killing eight people.

FBI asked to probe if derailed train was struck by projectile
Australia PM Abbott applauds FBI partnership
Australia PM Abbott applauds FBI partnership

Australian Prime Minister hailed international police cooperation during a threat briefing at the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York.

Australia PM Abbott applauds FBI partnership
Azamat Tazhayakov's courtroom sketch.  Photo courtesy of wpri.com/AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins
US court makes first conviction in Boston attacks

A US jury on Monday returned the first conviction over the 2013 Boston Marathon attacks, finding a friend of the prime suspect guilty of obstructing the investigation into the bombings.

US court makes first conviction in Boston attacks
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's courtroom sketch. Photo ©Associated Press
Tazhayakov avoided Tamerlan Tsarnaev: FBI

Kazakhstani student Azamat Tazhayakov, accused of obstructing justice in the Boston bombings case allegedly avoided Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s brother Tamerlan considering him too religiously devout.

Tazhayakov avoided Tamerlan Tsarnaev: FBI
Dzhokhar Tsarnayev's courtroom sketch. Photo © Associated Press
Tsarnayev knew how to make bombs: Tazhayakov

Azamat Tazhayakov allegedly told FBI agents about Dzhokhar Tsarnayev’s dangerous inclinations.

Tsarnayev knew how to make bombs: Tazhayakov
Amir Ismagulov at Boston bombing site. Photo ©REUTERS
Tazhayakov's father accuses FBI agent of false testimony

Azamat Tazhayakov’s father Amir Ismagulov declared that Sara Wood, an FBI agent, had given a false testimony during the hearing of his son's case.

Tazhayakov's father accuses FBI agent of false testimony
Dzhokhar Tsarnayev's dorm room. Photo ©The Boston Globe.
FBI agent testifies at Tazhayakov's hearing in Boston

FBI agent Sara Wood testified against Azamat Tazhayakov at a federal court hearing in Boston.

FBI agent testifies at Tazhayakov's hearing in Boston
168 children rescued from sex trafficking op: FBI
168 children rescued from sex trafficking op: FBI

Federal authorities conducted a sweep through more than 100 US cities and recovered 168 children from child sex trafficking, the FBI said.

168 children rescued from sex trafficking op: FBI
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Lost in translation: Boston case student did not understand Miranda rights

Kazakhstani student Dias Kadrybayev arrested in relation to the Boston bombings declared in court that due to his insufficient knowledge of English he was manipulated into making statements that discredited him and lead to his arrest.

Lost in translation: Boston case student did not understand Miranda rights
The remains of an explosive device. ©Reuters
Boston marathon bombs made with Christmas-light fuses

The twin bombs that went off at the Boston Marathon last year were made using improvised fuses from Christmas lights and detonators constructed from model car parts, US prosecutors said.

Boston marathon bombs made with Christmas-light fuses
William James Vahey. Photo courtesy of fbi.gov
FBI seeks victims of major international pedophile

The FBI was Thursday hastily seeking to identify victims of a serial pedophile who drugged and molested dozens of children over four decades teaching at international schools around the world.

FBI seeks victims of major international pedophile
Russia withheld intel on Boston bombing suspect
Russia withheld intel on Boston bombing suspect

Russia declined to provide the FBI with information about one of the Boston marathon bombing suspects two years before the attack, The New York Times reported.

Russia withheld intel on Boston bombing suspect
Fort Hood gunman's motivation 'may never be known'
Fort Hood gunman's motivation 'may never be known'

Investigators said Friday they may never know exactly what drove a troubled US soldier to shoot dead three people and wound 16 earlier this week at Fort Hood.

Fort Hood gunman's motivation 'may never be known'
Four dead at Fort Hood including shooter, 16 wounded: commander
Four dead at Fort Hood including shooter, 16 wounded: commander

Four people were killed in a shooting at Fort Hood on Wednesday including the assailant, a soldier who served in Iraq and was being treated for mental health issues, the commander of the US base said.

Four dead at Fort Hood including shooter, 16 wounded: commander
Djohar Tsarnaev. ©Reuters/Alexander Demianchuk
FBI wanted Boston bombing suspect 'to be informant'

The defense for accused Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say the FBI approached his brother and fellow suspect Tamerlan about becoming an informant on the Chechen and Muslim community.

FBI wanted Boston bombing suspect 'to be informant'
Dmytro Firtash, one of Ukraine's richest men. ©Reuters/Maks Levin
Austria prepares to extradite Ukraine oligarch to US

Austrian authorities said Friday that Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash had been placed in "extradition custody", the first step towards a possible extradition to the United States.

Austria prepares to extradite Ukraine oligarch to US