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Hacking reporter hits out at NOTW

Corporal Andrew Garthwaite has become the first person in the UK to receive a 'thought-controlled' prosthetic arm

Page 3 Profile: Corporal Andrew Garthwaite, soldier

Mind over matter.

Sgt Alexander Blackman was named today as the Royal Marine convicted of murdering an Afghan insurgent

Guilty of murdering Afghan insurgent, awaiting sentence and now named: Sgt Alexander Blackman, the Royal Marine murderer

The once anonymous soldier faces life behind bars, but some are arguing for leniency

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif assures Hamid Karzai of peace-talk 'facilitation' after release of senior Taliban leader

Afghanistan considers that Pakistan holds significant influence over Taliban, who are believed to launch attacks from bases in the country

Human Rights Watch have called on Afghan President Hamid Karzai to 'reject this proposal out of hand' after officials in his government listed stoning as a punishment in a new penal code draft

Afghanistan considers reintroducing execution by public stoning

Officials have proposed bringing back the brutal practice used by the Taliban as punishment for adultery

Members of the Loya Jirga, grand council, leave on the last day of the Loya Jirga in Kabul

Hamid Karzai overrules Afghanistan's Loya Jirga by refusing to sign US security deal until 2014

President Hamid Karzai has said that he will not sign a security deal with the US until next April’s elections, ignoring a recommendation by the Loya Jirga of elders that he do so this year.

Protesters burn the US flag in Peshawar yesterday

Cricketer turned politician Imran Khan leads anti-drone protesters in blockade of key Nato supply line

Thousands rally in Peshawar, amid fears the CIA will aim unmanned anti-Taliban strikes deeper into Pakistani territory

Mr Alexander said green levies on energy were designed to help insulate the homes of poorer families and create tens of thousands of jobs

'Full of crap': Senior Lib Dem Danny Alexander stokes Coalition tensions as he turns on right-wing Tories over environmental taxes on energy bills

A Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister today accused right-wing Conservatives pressing for the scrapping of environmental taxes on energy bills of being "full of crap".

‘Green crap’? Cameron's u-turn on the environment is just as shameful as Clegg's on tuition fees

What we are witnessing is more than simply a shift in rhetoric

Pakistan: US drone attack leaves six dead

A suspected US drone attack in northwest Pakistan has killed six people just outside of the country's remote tribal region, Pakistan authorities confirmed.

Afghanistan suicide car bomb kills ten near Kabul compound

More than 20 were also injured after a bomb attack in the Afghan capital

Buzzfeed's founder Jonah Peretti previously signalled more serious intent by making the political journalist Ben Smith his editor-in-chief

BuzzFeed, Vice and next generation in serious news

One built its reputation by exposing fashion faux pas, the other by listing pictures of strangely-behaving pets. But two youth-oriented media brands, Vice and BuzzFeed, are fast becoming challengers to the traditional news industry.

Zabulon Simantov, the last Jew in Afghanistan, at his cafe in Kabul

The precarious life of Zabulon Simintov, the last Jew in Afghanistan

Despite becoming something of a celebrity over the years, the Kabul kebab shop owner faces a daily struggle to make ends meet

An audience with the Pope: a who's who of British politics attend an address by Pope Benedict XVI at Westminster Hall, in 2010

Onward cabinet soldiers!

The Tory Minister for Faith, Baroness Warsi, has scant proof to support her claim that religion has been ushered back into Whitehall by Coalition 'Do Godders'

Nasiruddin Haqqani was said to be the main financier of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network militant group

Nasiruddin Haqqani: Senior leader of Taliban-linked militant group 'shot dead' in Pakistan

Elder brother of Sirajuddin Haqqani acted as a conduit for the group to elements within al-Qa’ida

The News Matrix: Monday 11 November 2013

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