Ian Hurst, a former British army intelligence officer who served ...
Nov 28th, 2011
(Reuters) - Ian Hurst, a former British army intelligence officer who served in Northern Ireland from 1980-1991, arrives at the Leveson Inquiry into media practices at the High Court in central London November 28, 2011. The inquiry, headed by senior judge Brian Leveson and due to last a year, will make recommendations that could have a lasting impact on the news industry, lead to tighter media rules or at least an overhaul of the current system of self-regulation. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY MEDIA CRIME LAW) -
Muammar Gaddafi's former spy chief should be brought to The Hague to face trial, his daughter said on Wednesday, warning that he faced a show trial and death in Libya unless extradited. Anoud al-Senussi, daughter of the man who for decades was a feared right-hand man to the former ruler, said her father was being denied access to lawyers in hi... [Full Article]
London (AFP) - Global banking giant HSBC is mulling a possible flotation of its British division, the Financial Times reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. (Source: AFP)... [Full Article]
By Emmanuel Braun BANGUI (Reuters) - The French army said it has restored some stability in the capital of Central African Republic after battling gunmen on Monday in an operation to disarm rival Muslim and Christian fighters responsible for killing hundreds since last week. Shooting erupted near Bangui's airport in the morning when gunmen ref... [Full Article]
Facebook unveiled plans Monday on a partnership with New York University for a new center for artificial intelligence, aimed at harnessing the huge social network's massive trove of data. The California-based tech giant named professor Yann LeCun of NYU's Center for Data Science to head up the project. "As one of the most respected t... [Full Article]