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Israel using ‘pirated’ footage to defend raid: media body

JERUSALEM — The Israeli military’s YouTube site is using ‘pirated’ footage confiscated from journalists on board a Turkish vessel in a bid to defend its botched flotilla raid, a press body charged on Thursday. “The Foreign Press Association (FPA) strongly condemns the use of photos and video material shot by…

Carrying any porn? Australian Customs want to know

SYDNEY, May 21 (AFP) – Visitors to Australia now have another question to answer in addition to declaring whether they are carrying any firearms, weapons or illicit drugs. Are they bringing in any pornography? The additional query was introduced in September 2009, Customs said Friday, adding that it was designed…

JFK passenger detained in Egypt had ‘undeclared’ guns in checked luggage

CAIRO — Egyptian authorities detained a passenger arriving from New York’s JFK airport Wednesday with handguns, ammunition and knives in his bag, but US officials said there had been no security lapse. Mohamed Ibrahim Marei, a US university professor of Egyptian origin, arrived on EgyptAir flight 986 from John F.…

Expanded use of body scanners slammed by ACLU

It was announced on Friday that the Transportation Security Administration plans to extend the use of full body scanners to eleven additional airports in the United States over the next two years. The American Civil Liberties Union immediately condemned the plan as a grave infringement on civil liberties. The ACLU’s…

Disturbance Sunday on same flight number as Christmas attempt

UPDATE: “JTTF investigated, and the investigation shows that this was a non-serious incident and all is clear at this point,” according to Sandra Berchtold. Berchtold, a spokeswoman for the Joint Terrorism Task Force in Detroit, said Sunday’s alert was caused by a passenger who “spent a lengthy time in the…

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