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Is Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead? Radio Iran claims so

Apr 28, 2015

Is Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead? Radio Iran claims so

Radio Iran has reported that Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead following injuries from an air strike against an Iraqi target last month. #World #United States #The Guardian #NewsTracker #Pentagon #islamic-state #Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi #Radio Iran
Guardian, FT, Reuters, CNN, Economist form Pangaea digital ad alliance to take on Google, Facebook

Mar 19, 2015

Guardian, FT, Reuters, CNN, Economist form Pangaea digital ad alliance to take on Google, Facebook

The Pangaea Alliance promises to give brands access to 110 million online readers " using a computerised, or programmatic, advertising system, #The Guardian #NewsTracker #Advertising #Reuters #The Economist #The Financial Times #alliance #CNN International #Pangaea
Washington Post, Guardian win Pulitzer Prize for NSA revelations

Apr 15, 2014

Washington Post, Guardian win Pulitzer Prize for NSA revelations

The Guardian US and Washington Post were awarded the most prestigious Pulitzer prize on Monday for coverage of secret surveillance by the US National Security Agency. #The Guardian #Journalism #Washington Post #Reuters #NSA #Edward Snowden #Pulitzer 2014
Open letter to the Guardian Artists, filmmakers, intellectuals slam Modi

Apr 11, 2014

Open letter to the Guardian Artists, filmmakers, intellectuals slam Modi

The short letter which was carried in the Guardian's "Comment is free", signatories talk of the lack of how Modi has shown no remorse and apology for the 2002 Gujarat riots. #The Guardian #Narendra Modi #Buzz Patrol #Open Letter #2002 Gujarat riots #Deepa Mehta #Homi K Bhabha
Report Sweden key supplier of Russia intel to US

Dec 06, 2013

Report Sweden key supplier of Russia intel to US

On its website, broadcaster SVT on Thursday published brief excerpts from the documents saying Sweden's FRA agency provided the NSA with a "unique collection on high-priority Russian targets, such as leadership, internal politics." #The Guardian #US #Brazil #Russia #Germany #Sweden #National Security Agency #Mexico #NSA #Glenn Greenwald #Edward Snowden #FRA #Fredrik Wallin
The Guardian editor tells parliament Snowden data is secure

Dec 04, 2013

The Guardian editor tells parliament Snowden data is secure

Britain's Guardian newspaper has published less than one percent of the information leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden and kept the rest secure, editor Alan Rusbridger told a parliamentary committee on Monday. #The Guardian #Britain #Keith Vaz #National Security Agency #Alan Rusbridger #NSA #Edward Snowden #GCHQ #Carl Bernstein #US spy agency #mass surveillance
PM should reveal names of MPs who pressurised for coal allocation BJP

Oct 27, 2013

PM should reveal names of MPs who pressurised for coal allocation BJP

BJP on Saturday termed as "explosive" former Coal Secretary PC Parakh's 2005 letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh alleging coal mafia in the ministry and asked the latter to reveal the names of MPs who reportedly pressurised government. #Hindalco #Manmohan Singh #BJP #PM #Bhartiya Janata Party #Coalgate #CoalScam #Coal mafia #PC Parakh #The Guardian newspaper
Merkel accuses US of unacceptable breach of trust in phone tapping case

Oct 25, 2013

Merkel accuses US of unacceptable breach of trust in phone tapping case

Arriving for a two-day summit in Brussels overshadowed by the allegations of eavesdropping by the US National Security Agency against Italy, France and Germany, Merkel said she had told President Barack Obama in a telephone conversation late on Wednesday that the acts were unacceptable. #facebook #White House #Barack Obama #Yahoo! #Google #US #Jay Carney #Brazil #Angela Merkel #Germany #Microsoft #EU #Surveillance #Washington #Saudi Arabia #National Security Agency #Spying #data privacy #European Parliament #NSA #Edward Snowden #The Guardian newspaper