News GCHQ uses doctored websites including those from the business network LinkedIn to secretly install surveillance software on the computers of unwitting target companies and individuals it wants to spy on, the German news magazine Der Spiegel has reported

GCHQ uses doctored websites including those from the business network LinkedIn to secretly install surveillance software on the computers of unwitting target companies and individuals it wants to spy on, the German news magazine Der Spiegel has reported.

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Ruth Nakabonge crouches on the ground clutching a handful of earth to fling over her father's coffin. She is too distressed to cry, her tiny body contorted by grief as a relative gently strokes her forehead.

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OPEC, the oil producers' cartel, yesterday agreed to keep production limits unchanged, saying there was little sign that crude prices were stifling world growth.

Opec agrees to clamp down on oil production

OPEC, the oil producers' cartel, agreed yesterday to clamp down on its excess production, which has seen crude prices tumble by one-quarter in just six weeks.

Opec to increase oil output as prices soar

Opec, the oil producers' cartel, yesterday said it could pump out more oil to meet demand, as the price of crude shot to an all-time record for the fourth successive day.

Howard accused of electoral opportunism by backing petrol protests as prices rise

Ministers were bracing themselves yesterday for a wave of fuel protests as Gordon Brown made a last-ditch attempt to persuade Opec nations to increase production and halt the rising price of oil.

Brown fights hike in oil price

Gordon Brown was making personal appeals last night to Opec countries for an increase in oil production to stop petrol prices soaring above the level that provoked nationwide protests four years ago.

Opec studying plan to boost oil price band by a third

The head of Opec, the cartel of oil-producing countries, yesterday raised the prospect that the organisation's target band for oil prices could be raised by almost a third.

The Week Ahead: All hands to the pumps: Opec is set to end crude guesswork

It is not much to ask for - and this week, the City may finally get its answer. Confusion has reigned in the oil market of late and the hope is that Opec's meeting to discuss production quotas on Wednesday will finally bring some clarity.

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