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Kazakhstan mulls production of monitoring ankle-bracelets
Kazakhstan is considering setting up production of electronic monitoring ankle-bracelets in one of its prisons.
Doctors complicit in torture at CIA, military prisons: study
Doctors and nurses tasked with monitoring the health of terror suspects were complicit in abuses committed at prisons run by the Pentagon and the CIA.
Europe stepping up Internet surveillance on lower scale than US
European governments' ability to monitor citizens' online activity on security grounds has increased significantly in recent years.
NSA presses on with Bush-era phone monitoring: report
The US National Security Agency, during the Barack Obama administration has pursued wide-scale monitoring of the telephone records of millions of Americans.
Obama feels heat over Syria chemical weapons claims
Growing speculation that the Syrian regime is using chemical weapons is turning up the heat on President Barack Obama, who has warned such a move would be a game changer.
Google says FBI watching the Web
Google says the FBI is monitoring the Web for potential terrorist activity. But it can't confirm the extent of the surveillance.
French startup takes fork on road to health
If you come to a fork on the Internet, take it. It may end up being beneficial to your health.
International observers cite 'concerns' in US vote
The 2012 US elections were conducted in a "professional manner," but "real concerns" remain, international observers said Wednesday.
International vote observers fanning out across US
International observers have fanned out across some 40 US states to monitor next week's elections, a State Department official said Friday, adding problems with some states were being ironed out.
Texas warns it could prosecute OSCE poll monitors
The southern US state of Texas has warned it could prosecute election observers from the OSCE, a global body that regularly monitors voting around the world, if they try to visit polling stations next month.
Japan's radiation monitoring unreliable: Greenpeace
Government radiation monitoring in areas near Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is unreliable, Greenpeace charged on Tuesday, with heavily populated areas exposed to 13 times the legal limit.
Unasur observers prepare for Venezuela election
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and his rival Henrique Capriles are satisfied with logistical preparations ahead of the arrival of election monitors from the Union of South American Nations.
We have no control over ecological situation at Caspian Sea: Kazakhstan Environmental Protection Minister
We are more concerned over creation of a powerful monitoring system at the Caspian Sea, which we lack completely: Kazakhstan Minister.
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