Osama bin Laden Private Documents Opened to The Public

United States authorities revealed a number of documents which according to them is found in the place of Osama bin Laden went into hiding when the shot in a house in Abottabad, Pakistan, at 2011. The special operation that killed the leader of al-Qaeda were found documents which are referred to as “bin Laden Bookshelf“. In addition to the correspondence in Arabic, there are several United Kingdom-Language book among other works of Bob Woodward and Noam Chomsky-as well as several other books about the theory of economy and military. There…

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Facebook’s Internet.org Reap Project Controversy

As many as 67 digital rights groups in the world to voice their protest against the Internet.org project developed by Mark Zuckerberg. Opposition to the project developed the Facebook founder Internet.org, Mark Zuckerberg, was further increased and spread in various countries. As many as 67 digital rights groups, including i Freedom of Uganda, Usuarios Digitales Ecuador and ICT Watch from Indonesia, has signed a letter of protest to Zuckerberg. They say Internet.org threatens privacy, freedom of expression, as well as the principle of neutrality of the internet. However, defending the…

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Man City Hire Sterling £200.000 Per Week

Manchester City are reportedly ready to hire Liverpool star, Raheem Sterling, about £200,000 each week if he left his club in the transfer period mid-year. Sterling is in fact already conferred with Liverpool since the last few months, but so far have not reached an agreement even though the clubs based in the Anfield ready to raise his salary to £100,000 from £35,000 which he received each week at this point. If Sterling joins the City, then package the Fund issued around £100 million, the total amount of transfer fees,…

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