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US charges man with bid to send F-35 jet plans to Iran

US charges man with bid to send F-35 jet plans to Iran

US federal prosecutors have charged an Iranian-American with trying to ship sensitive documents on the F-35 fighter jet to Iran, according to court documents. Mozaffar Khazaee, who was arrested last week, is accused of trying to smuggle thousands of pages of F-35 blueprints and technical documents, authorities said in a US government affidavit. Agents inspected [...]

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US court strikes down key ‘Net Neutrality’ regulations

US court strikes down key ‘Net Neutrality’ regulations

A US appeals court Tuesday struck down as unconstitutional a “Net Neutrality” rule that bars broadband Internet providers from blocking or playing favorites for online services. The court ruled that the Federal Communications Commission lacks authority to impose the rule requiring high-speed Internet firms to treat all traffic equally. The case brought by US telecom [...]

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NY Times reporter appeals to top US court in leak case

NY Times reporter appeals to top US court in leak case

 A New York Times reporter has asked the US Supreme Court to block an order that would require him to reveal the confidential source for his book exposing CIA secrets. In a brief filed Monday, James Risen’s lawyers said the case is a test of freedom of the press in investigating government misconduct. “This case [...]

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Daimler not liable in US for alleged Argentina abuses: court

Daimler not liable in US for alleged Argentina abuses: court

German carmaker Daimler AG is not liable in the United States for alleged human rights abuses by a subsidiary during Argentina’s dictatorship, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The United States’ highest judicial authority sided with the company in a suit filed by 22 former employees, or their relatives, of a Mercedes Benz plant in the [...]

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US slams reported Israeli criticism of Kerry plan as ‘offensive’

US slams reported Israeli criticism of Kerry plan as ‘offensive’

  The US State Department on Tuesday condemned as “offensive and inappropriate” reported comments by Israel’s defence minister criticising a security plan put forward by US Secretary of State John Kerry. “The remarks of the defence minister if accurate are offensive and inappropriate especially given all that the United States is doing to support Israel’s [...]

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Google buys ‘smart’ thermostat maker Nest for $3.2 bn

Google buys ‘smart’ thermostat maker Nest for $3.2 bn

Google on Monday announced that it is buying smart thermostat start-up Nest in a deal valued at $3.2 billion. “They’re already delivering amazing products you can buy right now [...]

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