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NSA spying legal: Federal judge

A federal judge in New York today ruled that the National Security Agency’s programme that is systematically keeping phone records of all Americans is lawful, creating a conflict among lower courts and increasing the likelihood that the issue will be resolved by the Supreme Court....   | Read..
 

General does not rule out Thai coup

Thailand’s powerful army chief refused today to rule out military intervention to defuse an escalating political crisis, the latest blow for a government determined a F...   | Read..
 

Beirut blast kills Syria critic

A powerful bomb shook central Beirut this morning, killing at least six persons and injuring dozens more. ...   | Read..
 

Khaleda call to defy protest ban

Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chief Khaleda Zia today asked Opposition leaders to defy the ban on Sunday’s “March for Democracy”....   | Read..
 
The National Security Agency campus in Fort Meade, Maryland. (AP)
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