A Danish subsidiary of BAE has provided the United Arab Emirates with a system it could use to spy on dissidents over the internet.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s presence at the prison in Iraq provides another possible key to the enigmatic leader’s biography and may shed new light on the role U.S. detention facilities played in the rise of the Islamic State.
It doesn’t exactly take a jaded disposition to doubt that donations from some of the world’s most repressive regimes are motived by a desire to aid the foundation’s charitable work.
On Friday, a French court overturned a ban on Muslim women using public beaches in modest attire, but by then the damage had already been done.
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The second largest private prison company in the U.S. provided $50,000 through its political action committee to Rebuilding America Now, the Super PAC backing Donald Trump.
An appellate court in Baton Rouge ruled Thursday that a raid on a police officer’s house in search of the blogger who had accused the sheriff of corruption was unconstitutional.
Almost a year and a half into Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen, the humanitarian toll is so extensive that the Red Cross has taken the unusual step of donating entire morgue units to Yemeni hospitals.
In the second of a series of releases, The Intercept is publishing 263 more articles from the NSA’s internal newsletter SIDtoday.