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World - Israel`s `Iron Dome` makers were hit by hackers, expert says


By By Eric Auchard VIENNA (Reuters) - Three Israeli defense contractors behind the Iron Dome missile shield and related systems were robbed of hundreds of documents by hackers linked to the Chinese government starting in 2011, a U.S.-based computer forensics expert said on Tuesday. Comment Crew, as the hacking group is known, stole designs for Israeli rocket systems in a spree of attacks during 2011 and 2012, Joseph Drissel, chief executive of Cyber Engineering Services (CyberESI), said in a phone interview. The targets of the online attacks were top military contractors Elisra Group, Israel Aerospace Industries[ISRAI.UL], and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. The companies built the system that now partially insulates Israel from rocket barrages fired from the Gaza Strip.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  00:03

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Asia-Pacific - Japan output falls most since 2011


Japan`s factory output falls 3.3% from May to June, the latest sign to highlight that the recent sales tax rise is affecting consumer demand.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  04:32

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World - No Fukushima radiation in tests off U.S. West Coast: scientists


By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - Tests of water off the U.S. West Coast have found no signs of radiation from Japan`s 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, although low levels of radiation are ultimately expected to reach the U.S. shore, scientists said on Tuesday. Results obtained this week in tests of water gathered by an Oregon conservation group and tested by East Coast scientists came in as expected with no Fukushima-linked radiation, and five more tests are planned at six-month intervals to see if radiation levels will climb. `We`ve seen radiation halfway across the Pacific, north of Hawaii, but in U.S. waters there has been none, yet,` Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution senior scientist Ken Buesseler said. Tests of some fish species, which can race across the ocean more quickly than slow-moving currents, have shown higher levels of radiation, although radiation levels in sea life off the U.S. shore are still safe, Buesseler said.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014  00:30

USATODAY

Top Stories - Libya torn by worst fighting since 2011 revolution


Rival militias engage in severe fighting at Tripoli`s airport.


Monday, July 28, 2014  22:06

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Business - Standard & Poor`s may face SEC charges over ratings


The parent of Standard & Poor`s, which is defending against a $5 billion lawsuit by the federal government over its credit ratings, said on Wednesday it may soon also face U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges over another set of ratings. In a regulatory filing, McGraw-Hill Financial Inc said it received a `Wells notice` on July 22 indicating the SEC is weighing filing civil charges for alleged securities law violations over S&P`s ratings of six commercial mortgage-backed securities transactions issued in 2011. Catherine Mathis, an S&P spokeswoman, said it has been reported the SEC was examining its decision in 2011 to `pull` ratings of a CMBS transaction.


Thursday, July 24, 2014  00:30

USATODAY

Top Stories - Witness says she saw Holly Bobo tied up in video


Bobo was abducted in 2011, from outside her home in Darden, Tenn.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014  22:56

Yahoo

World - Libya ex-deputy PM kidnapped in Tripoli: family


An armed group abducted a former Libyan deputy prime minister and newly-elected MP, Mustapha Abu Shagur, in the capital Tripoli on Tuesday, his nephew said. `Twenty minutes before his abduction, Mr Abu Shagur received a call from a stranger who asked him to leave the house because of imminent danger,` he added. Abu Shagur was elected a deputy in Libya`s June 25 legislative election, in which he stood as an independent candidate. Abu Shagur was deputy prime minister for a year under Abdelrahim al-Kib, who led a first transitional government in the wake of the 2011 uprising that ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014  20:55

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World - Tripoli fire rages as Libya warplane crashes in Benghazi battle


A huge blaze raged for a third day at a fuel depot near Tripoli`s airport Tuesday, while a warplane crashed in Libya`s second city Benghazi during fighting with Islamists. Gunmen kidnapped a former deputy prime minister and newly-elected MP, Mustapha Abu Shagur, at his Tripoli home, his family said, highlighting the failure of authorities to rein in dozens of militias that sprang up during the 2011 uprising which overthrew longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi. Amid the increasing lawlessness and uncertainty, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, Canada and Bulgaria became the latest nations to ship out their citizens or close their embassies in Tripoli. The blaze erupted on Sunday when a rocket fired during clashes between rival militias battling for control of Tripoli international airport struck a tank containing more than six million litres (1.6 million gallons) of fuel.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014  20:41

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World - Israel`s Iron Dome makers were hit by hackers: report


Three Israeli defense contractors behind the Iron Dome missile shield and related systems were themselves robbed of hundreds of documents by hackers linked to the Chinese government starting in 2011, according to an independent U.S. security researcher. Krebs on Security, a blog operated by former Washington Post security reporter Brian Krebs, reported on Tuesday that Iron Dome`s manufacturers were infiltrated by the state-sponsored Comment Crew hacking group, believed to operate out of China. The targets of these online attacks were top military contractors Elisra Group, Israel Aerospace Industries[ISRAI.UL] , and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, who were responsible for constructing the system which now partially insulates Israel from rocket barrages fired from the Gaza Strip.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014  20:28

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World - Militia gunfire in Libya capital as inferno rages


CAIRO (AP) — Heavy gunfire between warring militias prevented firefighters from battling a massive inferno in Libya`s capital Tuesday, despite calls for a cease-fire to end the worst violence in the capital since the country`s 2011 civil war.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014  18:26

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