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Iran's move to cut oil shipments to Britain, France expected to have little effect on supplies - Monday, February 20, 2012
(Fox News) Iran's move to cut off oil shipments to Britain and France is expected to have little or no effect on supplies, but had an immediate effect on world prices Monday, as oil prices jumped to a nine-month high above $105 a barrel.
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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin pledges more defense spending - Monday, February 20, 2012
(Fox News) MOSCOW – With less than two weeks until elections, Russian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin pledged to spend 23 trillion rubles ($770 billion) on strengthening the country's army over the next 10 years, the Kremlin's biggest military spending spree since the Cold War.
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Twitter admits peeking at address books, announces privacy improvements - Sunday, February 19, 2012
(Fox News) Twitter says it will make privacy guidelines more explicit after it admitted copying entire address books from people's smartphones and storing the information on its servers, according to reports. Both the micro-blogging site and Apple, whose iPhone offers the Twitter application, have come under fire following the revelation. Reports say that two U.S. congressmen have written to Apple asking why the firm allows the practice on its iPhone, as it contravenes app developer guidelines.
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Israel calls for tougher Iran sanctions - Saturday, February 18, 2012
(Reuters) - Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Saturday a nuclear-armed Iran would trigger an arms race in the Middle East and nations should impose "crippling" sanctions on Tehran to force it to give up its atomic program.
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Google Violated Apple Users’ Privacy: Study - Saturday, February 18, 2012
(Bloomberg) Google Inc. (GOOG) violated users’ privacy on Apple Inc.’s Safari Web browser, Stanford University research found, adding to a drumbeat of criticism from consumer groups and lawmakers over how the search giant tracks people online.
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Iranian Warships Enter Mediterranean Sea - Saturday, February 18, 2012
(Fox News) Iranian ships moved through the Suez Canal and into the Mediterranean Sea on Saturday, the IRNA news agency reported, citing the country's navy commander, Admiral Habibollah Sayari. Sayari said the passage through the Suez Canal was only the second made by Iranian ships since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
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Greek Bailout Deal Edges Nearer on Germany’s Backing - Friday, February 17, 2012
(Bloomberg) Euro-area governments closed in on a deal to unlock a 130 billion-euro ($171 billion) aid package for Greece, seeking to avert the region’s first sovereign default.
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Italian police seize $6 trillion of fake U.S. bonds - Friday, February 17, 2012
(Reuters) - Italian police said on Friday they had seized about $6 trillion worth of fake U.S. Treasury bonds and other securities in Switzerland, and arrested eight Italians accused of international fraud and other financial crimes.
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Feds arrest man heading for Capitol on alleged suicide mission - Friday, February 17, 2012
(Fox News) Authorities have arrested a Virginia man allegedly on his way to the U.S. Capitol for what he thought would be a suicide attack on one of the nation's most symbolic landmarks, Fox News has learned. The man, a Moroccan citizen who has lived in the United States for a dozen years, was identified as Amine El Khalifi, 29, according to a congressional source. He was nabbed following a lengthy investigation by the FBI, initiated after he expressed interest in conducting an attack. He came onto the radar screen in early December after he told an undercover agent about an earlier plan to bomb a northern Virginia building.
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A year after revolt, Libyans still insecure - Friday, February 17, 2012
(Reuters) - The flags were out on Martyrs Square in Tripoli as crowds across Libya gave voice on Friday to joy at being free of Muammar Gaddafi, the anniversary of their revolt offering brief respite from fears that it has brought them only chaotic paralysis.
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