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Forbes | 2015-07-29

Can Big Data Help Catch A Crime Gang That Operates Across 36 States?

How do you catch a notorious crime gang that operates across 36 states, is constantly on the move, and operates by recruiting locals to carry out the dirty work...

Al Jazeera | 2015-07-29

'Strong evidence' of Israeli war crimes in Gaza

A variety of forensic processes were used to gather detailed information about the impacts of Israeli air strikes [Forensic Architecture] The Israeli army...

BBC News | 2015-07-29

Windows 10 launch is 'new era'

Wednesday's global launch of Windows 10 marks a “new era” for personal computing, Microsoft’s chief executive tells the BBC. ......

The Irish Times | 2015-07-29

Obama: Africa’s presidents-for-life threaten democracy

Barack Obama has made a scathing attack on Africa’s culture of presidents-for-life, urging the continent’s leaders to follow the example of George Washington...

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The Hindu | 2015-07-28

Igniting minds

in the passing away of former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, India has lost not only a visionary...

The Guardian | 2015-07-28

When it comes to corruption, Britain really should shut up

David Cameron thinks corruption is a bad thing and wishes Britain to set a global example of virtue. He is worried that his capital city, London, might become “a safe haven for corrupt money from around the world”, indeed for “plundered and laundered cash”. According to Transparency International, a tenth of the properties in Westminster alone are now owned offshore and anonymously. Streets and apartment blocks across the West End, Kensington and Chelsea are lying empty and silent. It is obscene. ...

The Washington Post | 2015-07-28

‘I’m a POLICE fan!’

What will reporters do for access? Quite a bit, based on this May 3 interview request (see below)...

Al Jazeera | 2015-07-28

Aspiring to impunity in Lebanon

On an ordinary Wednesday afternoon last week in Beirut, a dispute between two drivers ended in a...