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Jack Wilshere and Carl Jenkinson have already given him their praise
The device was turned off and searched for footage but the cinema stated that "wearing a device that has the capability to record video is not appropriate"
Bill Keller wrote a response to The New York Times public editor explaining his piece after he and his wife were heavily criticsed
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden allegedly reveal the US agency's plans
Vehicles and communications gear was seized by the powerful Islamist group
The records allow US intelligence agents to establish not just the movements of individuals but to monitor who else they communicate with
Appearing for questioning in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Alan Rusbridger said: ‘This is an ongoing story we are writing’
The 37-year-old has yet to announce whether he will resign from Congress
The company made its decision before the shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington DC earlier this week, which left 13 people dead
Anti-corruption candidate sought votes by attacking Russia’s president
American Intelligence warns jihadists are recruiting engineers to examine vulnerabilities in unmanned aircraft
Senior US Republican Senator John McCain has admitted today on Twitter to playing poker on his iPhone during a key meeting on possible military intervention in Syria.
1877: The Washington Post is founded by Democrat representative Stilson Hutchins on December 6 with an initial circulation of 10,000.
Both Mugabe's ZANU-PF party and his rival Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC predict landslide victories
Mozilla, the non-profit group that created the Firefox web browser, has said it plans to allow its 450 million users to block the internet tracking that allows third parties to monitor their movements online. When the plans were first mooted in February, one advertising executive reportedly described them as “a nuclear first strike” against the advertising industry. Tracking allows firms to follow a user's tastes and target them with appropriate online ads.
Google has asked the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) court to allow it to publish details of the number of data requests made by a secretive body, invoking the first amendment in a legal challenge that is aimed at easing concern among users following recent revelations regarding the activities of the National Security Agency.