Sony: 75 million Credit card data “might be” stolen

Hacker shut down Sony’s Playstation, and had the chance to ran away with the credit card data of 77 million customers. Hackers who broke into Sony’s PlayStation Network online service might have stolen members’ credit card information, Sony said Tuesday. The intrusion, which happened between April 17 and 19, has resulted in a week-long system… Read More Sony: 75 million Credit card data “might be” stolen

NATO-Turkey to open office for Taliban in Istanbul

“It’s being negotiated right now,” Ibrahim Kalin told the Hurriyet daily, adding the office would be located in Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul. Muslim Turkey, which has hosted talks aimed at building trust between Pakistan and Afghanistan, has said before that it is open to the establishment of a diplomatic presence for the Taliban to help… Read More NATO-Turkey to open office for Taliban in Istanbul

Please marry William, but not a Roman Catholic

A centuries-old law is banning British monarchs from becoming or marrying a Roman Catholic. London’s Daily Telegraph reported on April 25 that plans to abolish the 1701 Act of Settlement have been ditched because of “significant objections” from the Church of England. Now the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, has written to the British… Read More Please marry William, but not a Roman Catholic

Poll: Egyptians don’t want peace with Israel

Pew Research Center, the survey revealed that 54 percent of Egyptians don’t want peace with Israel. The results of a public opinion poll conducted in Egypt following the fall of dictator Hosni Mubarak show that the majority of Egyptians want to annul their nation’s peace treaty with neighboring Israel. Conducted by the Pew Research Center,… Read More Poll: Egyptians don’t want peace with Israel