Chess Shadow cyber spy network revealed

A "complex cyber-espionage" network that compromised the UN and the Office of the Dalai Lama, is uncovered by researchers. Source

Chess Saville delayed until after poll

The Northern Ireland Office has said that the Bloody Sunday Inquiry report will not be handed over to parliament until after the general election. A spokesperson said that the decision had been taken because of the impending dissolution of parliament. Families of t

Chess Obama limits US nuclear arms’ use

Barack Obama is set to announce a new defence strategy that would reduce the circumstances in which the US would be prepared to use nuclear weapons.It would rule out a nuclear response to attacks on the US involving biological, chemical or conventional weapons. Nor

Chess Turkish Expats Storm Bulgaria Passport Offices

Thousand of emigrants have arrived from Turkey on a 4-day trip to Bulgaria's southern city of Kardzhali with the goal to renew their Bulgarian ID documents. Bulgaria begin accepting Tuesday express applications for ID cards and international passports. In order t

Chess Peabody raises bid for Macarthur

US coal group raises its cash offer for Macarthur Coal to A$3.6bn in a fresh attempt to derail an alternative deal that the Australian group has struck with Noble Group, the Hong Kong-based commodity supplier

Chess Bulgaria Opposition Involves Prosecutor in State Gazette ‘Blunder’

The Parliamentary group of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is going to file a claim with Chief Prosecutor, Boris Velchev, over the so-called State Gazette blunder. The Socialists will further request a probe from the Parliamentary Anti-corruption Co

Chess Russians Blame Delay of Oil Pipeline on Bulgarian Debt

Bulgaria has failed to pay its share for the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline, which has affected the project, according to a senior Transneft official. According to Mikhail Barkov, Vice President of Transneft, one of the Russian companies taking part in the Bu

Chess Reform Envisages Drastic Cuts for Bulgaria Academy of Sciences

The number of the scientific institutes at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) is going to be reduced to 40 from the current 69. The decision was made Tuesday by the BAS General Assembly during discussions of the academic reform. The 40 institutes will be div

Chess India’s extreme north-east: Entering the dawn-lit mountains

A struggle to reach Arunachal Pradesh and survive its roadsIT IS dark, raining, five hours from our journey’s beginning or end, and the gatekeeper of Arunachal Pradesh doesn't like my permit. Or visa, perhaps that should be, Arunachal being as difficult to en

Chess Bulgaria Supreme Magistrates Scorn Sofia Deputy Prosecutor

The Ethics Commission at Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) will sanction Sofia Deputy Prosecutor, Roman Vasilev, for his behavior during the arrest of ex Defense Minister, Nikolay Tsonev. The news was announced by the Commission's Chair, Tsoni Tsonev, upon

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