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The lead investigator in the case against Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius faces attempted murder charges himself. South African police said this morning.
Police Brigadier Neville Malila said that detective Hilton Botha is scheduled to appear in court in May on seven counts of attempted murder.
The U.S. will improve coordination by intelligence, diplomatic and law enforcement agencies to halt the cyber theft of trade secrets and technology.
WASHINGTON — Amid growing evidence that China and other countries are stealing U.S. trade secrets and technology through cyber attacks, the White House announced what it billed as a new strategy Wednesday to protect intellectual property.
David Cameron became the first British prime minister to pay his respects at the site of a 1919 massacre during India’s colonial history, though he stopped short of offering an outright apology.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe
Three Utah Companies were named to Forbes’ second annual America’s Most Promising Companies list. Number 47 – Vivint– is home of Founder and CEO Todd Pedersen.
Forbes Real Time
Christian Science Monitor
Sentiment rattled by liquidation talk, Fed minutes
By Chikako Mogi. TOKYO | Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:12pm EST. TOKYO (Reuters) – Risk assets broadly extended losses on Thursday as sentiment was rattled by overnight market talk that a hedge fund had been liquidating large positions in commodities, as well …
Federal Reserve unlikely to end stimulus efforts soon, minutes signal
Asian Stocks Drop With Oil, Won on China Property, Fed Minutes
Asia stocks fall on Fed doubts over bond buying
Brit Awards 2013 Complete Winners List
Frank Ocean, the Black Keys and Lana Del Rey rep the U.S. with awards in international categories. By MTV News staff. What a night for the Brits… and the Americans! The 2013 Brit Awards celebrated a great year of music, including their friends overseas.
Brit Awards Honor Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean in Elaborate Ceremony
Brit Awards 2013: Emeli Sande, Mumford & Sons, Adele Win Big
Singer Emeli Sande wins big at predictable BRIT awards
BANGKOK (AP) — Expressions of doubt by Federal Reserve policymakers about the massive bond-buying program they launched to help stimulate the U.S. economy caused Asian stock markets to fall Thursday.
Economy News Headlines – Yahoo! News
Oscar Pistorius’ uncle says the Olympic sprinter is in “extreme shock” — barely eating and spending his time reading the Bible — but will “bounce back and be greater than ever” when his murder case is over.
NBCNews.com: World news