The prime minister of Ukraine wants the protests in the country to end so badly that he’s offered opposition leaders government posts. It’s not enough; the protesters are sticking with it.
The Coca-Cola company had a bunch of laptops stolen by a former employee with something a little extra still on the devices: The personal information of 74,000 people. Oops.
Speaking of data breaches, if you’re crafty and a regular Michaels customer, check your credit card statements.
It’s not often that a sitting president splits from his first lady while in office, but that’s what’s happening in France right now.
Teaching 101: Don’t bring marijuana-laced food to a school potluck.
A lot of concrete progress has been achieved, but some differences remain.European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said after Iran nuclear talks in Geneva. No deal was reached after much hope there would be one last night. All participating parties will reconvene November 20th for continued talks.
I believe it is possible to reach an understanding or an agreement before we close these negotiations (Friday) evening.Iranian foreign minister and chief nuclear negotiator, Javad Zarif • Discussing the odds of a nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran before the end of the week. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius are heading to Geneva today to talk nuclear deals today.
We are simply asking the government of Spain and the other governments, of course, to clarify and explain where that version of Mr. Snowden being on the presidential plane came from. Who spread that fallacy, that lie?Bolivian Communications Minister Amanda Davila • Calling upon the four governments which banned an airplane carrying Bolivian President Evo Morales from entering their respective airspace, allegedly in response to rumors that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was aboard the aircraft, to explain themselves. Some Bolivian officials believe the United States made up the rumor, in an attempt to bully Morales out of considering any potential asylum request; however, the Bolivian president has since joined Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in offering unconditional asylum to Snowden. source