Cable & Wireless helped Britain spy on the world - Channel 4
LONDON (Reuters) - Telecommunications firm Cable & Wireless helped Britain eavesdrop on millions of Internet users worldwide, Channel 4 reported on Thursday, citing previously secret documents leaked by a fugitive former U.S. National Security Agency contractor.

New Kerry, Zarif meeting in Iran nuclear talks: US

The Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (L) shakes hands with US Secretary of State John Kerry (R) as former EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton (C) looks on at nuclear talks in the Palais Coburg in Vienna on November 20, 2014US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna on Saturday afternoon, their first direct talks of the day, a US official said, two days ahead of the deadline for a nuclear deal. "Secretary Kerry will meet with (former EU foreign policy chief Catherine) Ashton and Foreign Minister Zarif this afternoon," the official said. Kerry said meanwhile as he met German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier that there were still "serious gaps" in the nuclear negotiations, two days before a deadline for a deal.

US delivers anti-mortar radars to Ukraine: Pentagon

A Ukrainian serviceman loads a mortar in the village Peski near the town of Donetsk on October 18, 2014The US military has delivered three radars to Ukraine designed to detect incoming mortar fire, the Pentagon said Friday, amid appeals from Kiev for Washington to send weapons to help fight pro-Russian rebels. The counter-mortar radar systems were flown to Ukraine in a C-17 cargo plane that accompanied US Vice President Joe Biden, who paid a visit to Kiev on the first anniversary of protests that unleashed a year of upheaval.

Jeb Bush ignores family history
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's opposition to President Obama's executive action on deportations puts him in the uncomfortable position of running counter to policy moves taken by both his father and his brother during their presidencies.

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Hope for Nigerian schoolgirls?
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