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irish sun - new counter-terrorism legislation heres what it means




charlie flanagan, minister for justice said the government had approved the legislation the new legislation will require details of flight passengers entering or leaving the statethe legislation is part of security measures that ireland has signed up to within the eudublin, ireland - on saturday, ir...



politics live as turnbull government debates terrorism, energy and schools




it is, as usual, a busy day.it being tuesday mps are sequestered in their various party room meetings.and they have plenty to discuss - the finkel review on energy, changes to citizenship legislation, the banking legislation.plus the debate about the schools funding package continues.



turnbull government wants companies' help to access data




australia is examining uk-style legislation that would give intelligence and security authorities the power to compel telecommunications and social media companies to assist them to access data in counter-terrorism cases.attorney-general george brandis said on sunday existing legislation did not ...



turnbull government wants companies' help to access data




australia is examining uk-style legislation that would give intelligence and security authorities the power to compel telecommunications and social media companies to assist them to access data in counter-terrorism cases.attorney-general george brandis said on sunday existing legislation did not ...



trump says chain migration 'gateway for terrorism', sidesteps h1-b issue




us president donald trump on friday reiterated his resolve to end diversity visa and chain migration which he asserted provides a gateway for terrorism.there was, however, no mention of h-1b visa during his remarks on immigration. his remarks were mostly focused on illegal immigrants."our current im...



presstv-un experts urge saudis to end repression of activists




un human rights experts have urged saudi arabia to put an end to the "repression" of rights activists and release dozens detained for peacefully exercising their civil and political rights.in a statement on tuesday, the un expert slammed a “worrying pattern of widespread and systematic arbitrary a...



swedish man arrested at stansted airport for possession of terrorism-related mat




according to a press statement by the metropolitan police the man was initially stopped by the eastern region counter terrorism police 'under schedule 7 of the terrorism act', and then arrested on suspicion of being in possession of material 'containing information likely to be be useful to a perso...



uk terror watchdog warns government: ‘don't criminalise thought’




the government has been warned not to “criminalise thought” as ministers seek to introduce harsher punishments for people who view extremist content online.see related terrorists planning ‘another 9/11’, us intelligence head warns15 years in jail for watching terrorist videos max hill qc, t...



man charged with terrorism offences in nsw




terrorism charges have been laid against a man in nsw, police say.the charges are part of an ongoing investigation by the counter terrorism and special tactics command.police said the matter does not relate to a new terror threat.assistant commissioner counter terrorism and special tactics mick will...



queensland police say fridges could be turned into listening devices




your fridge could be turned into a covert listening device by queensland police conducting surveillance.the revelation was made during a parliamentary committee hearing on proposed legislation to give police more powers to combat terrorism. authorities could turn your smart fridge into a secret list...



presstv-west turning blind eye to saudi terrorism: expert




naseer al-omari, a writer and political commentator, says saudi arabia is directly engaged in terrorism around the around, citing september 11 attacks in the us and the ongoing takfiri violence in the middle east. “saudi arabia directly supported terrorism in 2001. it has supported terrorism in i...



presstv-japanese protest against ‘anti-terror’ bill




thousands of people have held a protest rally in the japanese capital, tokyo, to express their dissent against the government of prime minister shinzo abe for putting forward a controversial “anti-terror” bill.demonstrators, carrying placards, flooded the capital’s streets on wednesday evening...



manchester attack: uk counter-extremism program in focus




the suicide bombing of manchester arena by a home-grown extremist has britain grappling with many difficult questions — among them, whether the government is doing enough to prevent people like salman abedi from being radicalized.authorities reportedly knew of abedi's terrorist sympathies five yea...



modi, trump vow to fight terrorism




prime minister narendra modi and us president donald trump today struck a common note on terrorism, vowing to strengthen efforts to fight the menace, during their joint statement at the white house.the fight against terrorism is our main priority, modi said after talks with the us president."we talk...



oppn equates finance bill to 'terrorism;'




the opposition today slammed the government over various provisions of the finance bill, saying those amounted to "tax terrorism" and a "serious effort to finish off" the spirit of democratic discourse and parliamentary democracy.""this is not a finance bill. this is more than a finance bill. this i...



presstv-eu accused of ignoring saudi sponsored terrorism




jerome hughespresstv, brusselscritics accuse the eu of putting profits before public safety by turning a blind eye to saudi arabia's support for terrorism in the 28-nation bloc. the european commission has announced plans for closer counter-terrorism ties with eight non-eu countries but saudi arabia...



homegrown terrorism in the west




debate: homegrown terrorism in the westin this edition of the debate, press tv has conducted an interview with scott rickard, a former american intelligence linguist, from tampa, and political commentator andre walker, from london, to discuss why the west, including the uk, is grappling with the ris...



the politics of the north korea terrorism designation




the country's support for terrorism is less extensive than in the past, but something else has changed.



blaming the internet for terrorism misses the point




governments need to focus on real-world solutions to terrorism. the post blaming the internet for terrorism misses the point appeared first on wired.



presstv-france makes state of emergency ‘permanent’




ramin mazaheripress tv, parisfrench lawmakers have approved an anti-terrorism bill which rights group warn will hurt civil liberties by targeting muslims and unraveling social cohesion. the government-backed legislation will boost the power of security agencies to search and restrict people’s move...



presstv-new legislation on asylum seekers sparks controversy in italy




max civilipress tv, romeitaly has introduced new legislation to deal with an increasing flow of refugees from libya. humanitarian organizations have slammed the provisions as inhumane and discriminatory.



presstv-debate: threats of global terrorism




debate: threats of global terrorism in this episode of the debate, press tv has conducted an interview with paul street, an author and political commentator based in iowa city, and lawrence j. korb, a us foreign policy and national security analyst from washington, to discuss the growing threats of ...



big brother referendum backers have 179,000 signatures so far




photo: depositphotos.comopponents of new dutch legislation giving the security services vastly increased powers to intercept and monitor digital communications, have collected 179,000 signatures so far in their efforts to force a referendum on the issue.in total, the campaign, launched earlier this ...



no single country can defeat terror alone: india to un




seeking "genuine" international cooperation in combating terrorism, india has told the un that no single country can defeat the scourge alone as nations grapple with attacks having links with terror groups beyond their borders."no state is immune to the threat of terrorism as continuing terrorist at...



queensland police numbers boosted in face of increasingly complex terrorism thre




the queensland police service is reviewing whether officers have the right skills to deal with the increasingly complex terrorism threat.police commissioner ian stewart said the review would look at whether the qps structure was suitable and whether police had the skills to deal with terrorism. quee...