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Report: UK Spies Intercept Webcam Pics, Nudity
... videos, according to the Guardian newspaper, which also reported that the years-long operation has swept up a huge haul of intimate photographs.
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Guardian News & Media titles are the most-read qualitynewspaper brand in the UK
Guardian News & Media's print and digital titles - the Guardian, The Observer ... The figures reveal that Guardian News & Media (GNM) titles lead the ...
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Daily Mail and Guardian digital 'minnows', says News UK chief
News UK chief executive Mike Darcey has called the Guardian and Daily Mail digital "minnows" – despite the publishers' boasting a combined ...
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Guardian digital revenues hit £70m
Guardian News & Media – the publisher of the Guardian, Observer and the theguardian.com – will report a 25% rise in digital revenues from £55m to ...
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Flexcoin Shuts After Bitcoins Stolen From Bank, Guardian Reports
Flexcoin, a Bitcoin bank, was forced to shut down after hackers stole 896 units of the digital currency, the Guardian newspaper reported. Flexcoin shut ...
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Report: UK spies collect massive store of nude photos after intercepting Yahoo webcam service
... screenshots from hundreds of thousands of innocent Yahoo users' webcam videos, according to the Guardian newspaper, which also reported that ...
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The Guardian Oscars fashion prize draw
The Guardian Oscars Fashion prize draw (the "Prize Draw") is open to ... The Prize Draw is not open to employees or agencies of Guardian News ...
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Dubai gold exchange, refiner deny reports alleging improper trading
The reports by Britain's Guardian newspaper and the BBC are a potential ... TheGuardian alleged that the Dubai-based Kaloti Group, a major gold ...
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Guardian Media sees first revenue rise in 5 years
LONDON (Reuters) - The owner of Britain's centre-left Guardian newspaper said on ... The company - which includes the Guardian, the Observer and ...
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Guardian Academy In Peekskill To Hold Info Session
by Joe Jenkins News 12 hours ago. 0 ... An informational session about the Guardian Academy Charter School will be held on Tuesday, March 4.
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Rebekah Brooks did not ask what Glenn Mulcaire did at NoW, court hears
Rebekah Brooks never asked anybody what the News of the World's ... of NewsInternational in September 2009, two months after the Guardian ...
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US government moves to drop key charges against Barrett Brown
Kevin Goldberg, a First Amendment expert who is legal counsel for the American Society of News Editors, told the Guardian that: “If we can be held ...
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Tony Blair 'offered Rebekah Brooks help' day after Milly Dowler revelations
His contact was made as the crisis threatening to engulf News International had taken what Brooks described as a "horrific" twist when the Guardian ...
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Edward Snowden to speak at SXSW Interactive
This photo provided by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security ...
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Ex-News International security guard Daryl Jorsling pleads not guilty
Photograph: Martin Argles for the Guardian. Daryl Jorsling, a security guard who worked with News International when the News of the World closed in ...
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Stephen Lawrence: report on police corruption allegations to be published
Pressure for the review ordered by the home secretary came after reporting of new allegations by news organisations including the Guardian.
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Joint Surveillance Program Stores Millions Of Yahoo Webcam Images
BLOCK: Well, today, the British newspaper The Guardian detailed the latest revelation from secret documents provided by Snowden and that "1984" ...
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Headlines & Global News

British Spies Surprised By Amount of Porn In Stored Yahoo Webchats
... an internal document from GCHQ seen by Britain's Guardian newspaper, the ... The Guardian reported that this attracted lots of false positives since ...
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Rebekah Brooks: NI's 'rogue reporter' defence shaky after 2009 revelations
The court heard that the Guardian article in July 2009 claimed News International had agreed a £1m out-of-court settlement with Gordon Taylor, the ...
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Will webcam spying report change debate over monitoring programs?
If you have a webcam, your picture may be in the hands of British intelligence. Britishnewspaper The Guardian says a surveillance program targeted ...
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British intelligence has been hacking your Yahoo video chat sessions
This is all news to Yahoo, who are reportedly up in arms over the revelation. A Yahoo representative told The Guardian this represented "a whole new ...
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Yahoo hits at 'GCHQ violation'
In its latest report on files leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden, the Guardian newspaper claims a surveillance programme operated by ...
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East London and West Essex Guardian Series

Licensee to deliver 'good news' on future of Funky Mojoe
The licensee of a controversial nightclub has told the Guardian there will be ... “I can't confirm what the news is until my solicitors have spoken to the ...
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'Three-fifths of Twitter's UK users follow a newspaper or journalist'
The most-followed national newspaper brand (including main and sub-brands) is the Guardian's Technology account, @guardiantech, with 2.14m ...
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The Guardian

Signs of spring: share your images
GuardianWitness is the home of user-generated content on the Guardian. Contribute your video, pictures and stories, and browse news, reviews and ...
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Chinese knifing suspects sought to wage jihad abroad, official says
Media outlets referred to the mass stabbing as "China's 9/11," the British newspaper the Guardian reported. "These eight people originally wanted to ...
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BBC News

Putin's Ukraine 'war of words', protein fears and Chanel show
John Crace in the Guardian describes Foreign Secretary William Hague ... The Sunday Post's James Millar, reviewing papers for the BBC News ...
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Daily Mail

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on shop prices, PowaTag and Boohoo.com
The Guardian reported that discounts on clothes and electrical goods and a slowdown in food inflation left prices in Britain's shops falling at their ...
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Blair's phone-hacking offer
A day earlier the Guardian newspaper had published the Dowler story, which was later widely credited as the catalyst that led to the closure of the ...
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Are women's movements a force for change? – podcast transcript
LF: Welcome to the Guardian Global Development podcast, which this month is asking the question: are women's rights movements the force for ...
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Anne Rice wants Amazon to ban anonymity
Rice told The Guardian newspaper the online bullies are "parasites." "They're all about power. They clearly organize, use multiple identities and brag ...
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RT

Russia Today news anchor Liz Wahl quits on air (Video)
Wahl's resignation followed just days after another anchor disagreed Russia's actions in Crimea on-air, reports The Guardian. News anchor Abby ...
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The Guardian (blog)

Boris, bikes and nasty junctions
Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian ... and maybe it will be - the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) has welcomed the news and so has Living ...
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Green deal loan take-up is 'disappointing', Ed Davey concedes
But Davey told the Guardian that "people have missed a huge success story in ECO", that has driven most of the 1 million home installations.
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BBC News

Profile: arts journalist and broadcaster Mark Lawson
His former colleague Richard Gott said "the prevalence of the bland and the obsequious" at the Guardian newspaper was "characterised by the ...
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Kyiv Post

The Guardian: Only talks between Russia and Ukraine can solve crisis, say US and UK
All information of the Interfax-Ukraine news agency placed on this web site is designed for internal use only. Its reproduction or distribution in any form ...
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Top vet calls for reform of kosher and halal slaughter practices
Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian ... Our editors' picks for the day's top newsand commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Telegraph.co.uk

Detention of sex abuse victim draws fire in England
Victim support groups reacted with outrage at the girl's treatment by the court, the Britishnewspaper the Guardian said Wednesday. "The spectacle of ...
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Was Patrick Rock tipped off about arrest for child abuse images?
Tom Watson, a senior Labour MP who is calling for a public inquiry into the abuse allegations, told the Guardian: "There is a duty of care to Mr Rock, ...
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The Christian Institute

Poor hit hardest by bookies
And according to the Guardian newspaper, a source revealed that the Prime Minister has put off making a decision until later this year. Watch our ...
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UN envoy to Crimea quits post after anger of pro-Moscow demonstrators
One of them could be overheard telling a local he was from Russia, but when questioned by the Guardian, claimed he was from a local self-defence ...
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Higher apprenticeship scheme could shape the future of care services
Becoming a member of the Guardian Social Care Network means you get sent weekly email updates on policy and best practice in the sector, as well ...
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Why do so few graduates ever consider a career in housing?
This content is brought to you by Guardian Professional. Interested in housing? Join the housing network for more news, analysis and comment direct ...
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Ukraine crisis: 'facts on the ground' are 'deeply troubling,' Obama says – live | World news ...
The Guardian World News  Haroon Siddique
The “feisty” emergency meeting on Ukraine has just wrapped up at the UN security council, the Guardian's Ed Pilkington (@EdPilkington) reports:.
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US calls for international observers as Ukraine places forces on combat alert and... - The Guardian
Blogposts | theguardian.com  Conal Urquhart
The Guardian home ..... Unian news agency report dozens of injuries in Kharkiv after a car drove into “Euromaidan” demonstrators who were opposing ...
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Facebook 'in talks to buy drone satellite firm' | Technology | The Guardian
The Guardian, Tuesday 4 March 2014 06.45 EST ... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Britain's last miners face up to an uncertain future | Business | The Guardian
The Guardian, Tuesday 4 March 2014 14.58 EST .... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Motown revival: Detroit's first steps towards urban renewal | Travel | The Guardian
The good news is that there is also a unique place to sleep in this area, though booking ahead is essential. Honor & Folly (honorandfolly.com, one ...
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Pakistan Taliban announce one-month ceasefire to aid peace talks | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home · News · US ... Sign up for the Guardian Today .... Liberal newspaper Express Tribune cowed into silence by Pakistani Taliban.
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Moazzam Begg charged with Syria-linked terrorism offences | UK news | The Guardian
Latest UK news and comment | theguardian.com  Vikram Dodd, Ben Quinn
The former Guantánamo detainee Moazzam Begg is to appear in court on Saturday after he was charged with terrorism offences connected to Syria.
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Chess champion Garry Kasparov granted Croatian citizenship | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home ... The news of his Croatian passport follows an earlier request for citizenship in Latvia last year, which he said at the time would ...
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Blunt instruments are not the way to persuade educated Scots to vote No | Politics... - The Guardian
Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your ... It was published on the Guardianwebsite at 19.06 EST on Saturday 1 ...
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Guardian corrects: Bradley Manning didn't take Ellen's Oscar selfie | Poynter.
Poynter.  Andrew Beaujon
Journalism training, media news & how to's. ... But that bit of history wasn't apparently enough for The Guardian, which appended this somewhat ...
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School of Hard Knocks documentary puts Six Nations in perspective | Robert Kitson ... - The Guardian
The Guardian, Friday 28 February 2014 08.16 EST .... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Minecraft at the movies – hit game to become a film - The Guardian
Film blog, Deadline Hollywood, first revealed the news, claiming that Warner Bros has bought the rights, and is already in the planning stages of a live ...
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Readers recommend: songs about holes - The Guardian
Photograph: Quirky China News/Rex Features. Does a dark opening attract fear, surprise, disgust or excitement? And what is a hole? The void in the ...
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Main section | News | The Guardian
National morning quality (broadsheet) newspaper includes daily stories and sections, weekly supplements by day, searchable archives plus access to ...
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Main section | News | The Guardian
Optic Nerve program collected Yahoo webcam images in bulk • 1.8m users targeted by UK agency in six-month period alone • Yahoo: 'A whole new ...
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Crimean parliament seizure inflames Russian-Ukrainian tensions - live - The Guardian
In an interview with the Guardian, Irakli Alasania said that the drama in Kiev ... At his news conference with Frank-Walter Steinmeier (see earlier), US ...
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Ukraine crisis: Kerry says Russia 'hiding hand behind falsehoods' - live - The Guardian
At the news conference, Putin also denied that Russian forces were in Crimea, said terrorists threatened Ukrainian security and said the West had ...
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Main section | News | The Guardian
The Ukrainian marine base in Feodosia, Crimea, surrounded by Russian soldiers The Guardian reports from the Crimea, where Ukrainian troops are ...
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Main section | News | The Guardian
The Guardian: Main section ... Former News International chief tells phone-hacking trial of meeting with No 10 spin doctor days before he resigned ...
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Russia and Ukraine: the military imbalance – graphic | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home · News · US · World · Sports · Comment · Culture · Business · Money · Environment · Science ... World news · Russia ·; Ukraine ...
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The northern lights illuminate the UK – in pictures | UK news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home · News · US · World · Sports · Comment ... On UK news. Most viewed; Latest. Last 24 hours. 1. ... On the Guardian today. Film ...
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Main section | News | The Guardian
Jess Cartner-Morley: The luxury label's sunlit show at the Louvre nodded to its heritage with classic leather bags and reflected the new designer's ...
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Ukraine crisis: Diplomacy fails to yield result as Russia stays put in Crimea–live | World news ...
The Guardian home · News · US .... The Guardian's lively live blog coverage of that match is here. ... Here's a summary of Kerry's news conference:.
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Russia G8 status at risk over 'incredible act of aggression' in Crimea, says Kerry | World news ...
The Guardian home · News · US .... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning. Sign up for the ...
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Ukraine crisis: US suspends military ties with Russia | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home ... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your ... Vladimir Putin takes part in a news conference.
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Oscar Pistorius trial - live stream | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home · News · US · World · Sports · Comment ... Tech · Media · Life & style · Data · News · World news · Reeva Steenkamp shooting ...
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Oscar Pistorius trial - live updates | World news | theguardian.com
The Guardian home · News .... for Eyewitness News, is also a good choice for live tweets on the Pistorius trial, you can follow him on: @barrybateman.
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The Guide | Culture | The Guardian
The Guardian home · News · US · World · Sports ... The Guardian: The Guide. Saturday 1 March 2014 ... This week's games news · TxK. Castlevania: ...
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Alain Resnais obituary | Film | The Guardian
The Guardian, Sunday 2 March 2014 09.51 EST .... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Oscar Pistorius goes on trial for murder of Reeva Steenkamp - as it happened | World news ...
The Guardian home · News · US ..... Her husband told her that, according to the TV news, Pistorius had shot Steenkamp thinking she was an intruder.
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Adrien Brody: life after the Oscar | Film | The Guardian
The Guardian, Sunday 2 March 2014 13.00 EST ..... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning.
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Oscars 2014: full list of winners - The Guardian
Sign up for the Guardian Today. Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each morning. Sign up for the daily ...
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Qantas tops cabinet agenda as parliament returns - as it happened | World news | theguardian.com
... for another sitting week. All the politics news today live. ... laws for the national carrier. Photograph: LUKAS COCH/AAPIMAGE for the Guardian. Live.
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Bafta Shorts 2014 review – 'An engaging curate's egg' | Film | The Guardian
The Guardian, Thursday 27 February 2014 17.00 EST ... Our editors' picks for the day's top news and commentary delivered to your inbox each ...
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CBC P.E.I. anchor says he turned down request to run for PC leadership - Local -The Guardian
CBC Charlottetown's suppertime news anchor Bruce Rainnie was approached ... I ever considered,” Rainnie said in an interview with The Guardian.
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Ghiz under fire for giving Moyse Order of P.E.I. - Local - The Guardian
The Guardian · Home · News · Sports ..... I would not like to be a board member and wake up to see Mr. GHIZ APPOINTMENT ON the news.Would you.
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New food safety rules, fees coming April 1 - Local - The Guardian
Conditions actuelles. The Guardian · Home · News .... View our Newspaper ads ... Do not miss your latest complete newspaper edition. Read it today.
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The Guardian ad Litem program is searching for volunteers - News - The NewsHerald
PANAMA CITY -- The Guardian ad Litem program is searching for volunteers to advocate in court for abused and neglected children who are currently ...
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Could mushrooms be the cure for cancer? - The Guardian - Science | e! ScienceNews
Mushrooms are being hailed as a miracle cure for cancer. But can ashiitake stir-fry really work wonders?Behold the mighty mushroom.Neither plant ...
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