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'Brainy TV' set to triumph over reality's race to the bottom
The grip trashy reality shows hold on television may be about to be broken by a new wave of intelligent documentaries.
Key quotes from CIA chief on torture report
CIA chief John Brennan acknowledged some of the US intelligence agency's interrogators went too far in their treatment of detaineesю
Dolphin entangled in fishing line asks diver for help
A video capturing a dolphin entangled in a fishing line who approaches a group of divers for help has once again proved the animal’s high intelligence.
'Smart' city guru arrives in Astana
William Hutchison, Executive Director of Ernst and Young and founder of Waterfront Toronto, will turn Kazakhstan's capital Astana into an "intelligent community".
In some cases, US spying 'has reached too far': Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry said for the first time Thursday that in some cases, US spying has gone too far, amid a row with Europe over the matter.
US spy chiefs hit back in Europe row
US espionage chiefs turned the tables on European allies in the transatlantic spat over intercepted phone records, saying in many cases it was European agencies -- not the NSA -- that gathered and shared them with America.
US denies Obama knew of Merkel spying
The imbroglio over the tapping of Angela Merkel's phone deepened Sunday, after a US denial that President Barack Obama was informed years ago of electronic surveillance of the German chancellor.
'Internal error' downs NSA website: official
The National Security Agency's website went down for several hours Friday, but the US spy service known for hacking into computer networks blamed the outage on a technical mistake.
NSA eavesdropped on 35 world leaders: report
US spies eavesdropped on the phone conversations of 35 world leaders after White House, Pentagon and State Department officials gave them the numbers.
Snowden says he took no secret documents to Russia
US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden says he did not bring any secret documents with him to Russia when he fled there, ensuring Moscow had no access to the files.
Secret US court approves further phone tracking
The secret federal court overseeing US wiretapping programs has extended the government's authority to collect US telephone records.
US spy revelations hurt Web trust: Facebook chief
Revelations about the US government's secret surveillance programs has had a big impact on "trust metrics" of Internet companies like Facebook.
Snowden leak shows spy agencies break Web encryption
US and British intelligence agencies have cracked the encryption that secures a wide range of online communications -- including emails, banking transactions and phone conversations.
WikiLeaks: Manning apologizes, admits he 'hurt US'
US Army private Bradley Manning apologized on Wednesday for leaking secret intelligence files to WikiLeaks and admitted for the first time that he had harmed his country and others.
Brazil calls US explanation of its alleged spying 'insufficient'
Brazil said Washington had not sufficiently responded to Brasilia's request it explain the alleged US electronic spying disclosed by rogue intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
Merkel rivals sniff blood over NSA affair
Ten weeks before German elections, Chancellor Angela Merkel's centre-left rivals have gone on the attack over reports of sweeping US online surveillance and German cooperation.
Snowden has not yet accepted Venezuela asylum: WikiLeaks
The WikiLeaks anti-secrecy website said that fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden had not yet formally accepted asylum in Venezuela.
Venezuelan leader offers Snowden 'humanitarian asylum'
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro offered to give "humanitarian asylum" to US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, who is waiting in a Moscow airport for a nation to give him sanctuary.
Bolivia FM denies Snowden on Morales jet
Bolivia's foreign minister on Tuesday denied that fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was traveling with President Evo Morales in his plan.
Everybody spies on everybody: ex-intel officers
Europeans may express outrage over revelations of US spying but they know perfectly well how the espionage "game" is played -- everybody spies on everybody.
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Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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