News Headlines - 18 March 2011

▽Obama Warns Gadhafi of Possible Military Action - Voice of America
President Barack Obama warned Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi Friday that he must stop attacking civilians or face a no-fly zone enforced with U.S. help. The president said the United States, however, will not send ground troops to Libya.

▽Jihadist who took BA job to plot terror attack from inside jailed for 30 years - The Guardian
A disciple of an extremist Islamist cleric, who got a job at British Airways to plot terrorist attacks, has been jailed for 30 years.

▽SecurID Company Suffers a Breach of Data Security - New York Times
The RSA Security division of the EMC Corporation said Thursday that it had suffered a sophisticated data breach, potentially compromising computer security products widely used by corporations and governments.

▽Japan still 'racing against the clock' to prevent nuclear meltdown at Fukushima - Telegraph.co.uk
The head of the UN’s nuclear safety body said Japan was still “racing against the clock” to prevent a meltdown at the Fukushima power plant after he arrived in the country for a first-hand briefing on the crisis.







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