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The Ultimate Worlds | April 22, 2018

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Internal UN report: UN peacekeepers are reluctant to use weapons

May 27, 2014 |

If a conflict is threatening to spiral out of control, sending the UN peacekeepers. But the shy apparently to go in theater to the limit. For fear of lawsuits UN blue helmets scare, according to an internal report by the … Read More

Feared disaster in Bangladesh: Hundreds killed in ferry disaster

May 27, 2014 |

Hundreds of people have a ferry that runs through central Bangladesh on board – far too many. As a storm breaks out, it leads to disaster. The boat capsizes and sinks, 22 dead have been recovered.

A ferry with hundreds … Read More

Japanese Government Increased Postdoctoral Employment Support

May 27, 2014 |

The government of Japan plans to have a study without the post of Assistant Professor and also postdoctoral “post-doctoral (post-doc)” is to encourage national universities in Japan. So as to put them in a regular job.

This is because the … Read More

Exports shrink less quickly

May 26, 2014 |

SCO, The Swiss textile industry has not come in the past year right on the spot . The added value shrank by 2% to 1.07 billion francs positive evaluated Textile Federation at the presentation of the annual results , however, … Read More

Closed over 176 factories by accident 2013: Bangladesh

May 26, 2014 |

The association of garment manufacturers and exporters of Bangladesh – Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters the Association (BGMEA) – has confirmed that produced over 176 factories that clothing in Bangladesh, after the Rana Plaza accident were closed in April 2013. … Read More

Japan, the first country to advertise on the moon?

May 25, 2014 |

The Japanese company Otsuka, manufacturer of the drink Pocari Sweat, expects to be the first in the world to send a product out of our planet.

Otsuka, a Japanese firm that sells its energy drink Pocari Sweat throughout Asia, has … Read More

Wikileaks reveals that the NSA records all communications in Afghanistan

May 23, 2014 |

Now the whistleblower website has revealed that Afghanistan is the second country whose communications are fully heard by the NSA. Julian Assange in person justifies this choice challenged by Glenn Greenwald, a journalist who has recovered from Edward Snowden documents.

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US House of Representatives Passes NSA Surveillance Reform Bill by 303 Votes

May 22, 2014 |

US House of Representatives passed a bill by 303 votes seeking to change the intrusive potential of the NSA. This is the first attempt to reform the National Security Agency (NSA) since Edward Snowden revelations, but the Silicon Valley and … Read More

Cell Phone Data Against Malaria

May 21, 2014 |

Recently Southampton University researchers have used mobile phone data to understand spreading of Malaria in African countries. The use of mobile data could be very effective against malaria, according to a recent study conducted in Namibia.

Rely on the rise … Read More

Global net shot against cyber criminals of “BlackShades”

May 19, 2014 |

More than 80 people were arrested from 16 countries for maliciously hacked computers using “BlackShades” software. Fifty searches were conducted in France.

More than 80 people were detained in the world as part of an operation to the “BlackShades” software, … Read More