News Headlines - 25 February 2015

BBC News - Sim card firm links GCHQ and NSA to hack attacks

The Dutch Sim card maker at the centre of NSA-GCHQ hacking claims has said it believes that the US and UK cyberspy agencies did indeed launch attacks on its computer systems.

Former Marine found guilty in 'American Sniper' trial | Fox News

A former Marine was found guilty late Tuesday of the 2013 shooting deaths of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the author of "American Sniper," and his friend Chad Littlefield.

Video, Autopsy Point to Aliyev’s Suicide, Prosecutors Say - Bloomberg Business

A preliminary autopsy and prison video tapes indicate Rakhat Aliyev, the former son-in-law of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, hanged himself in his Vienna jail cell, prosecutors said.

Japan education minister may have received illegal funds - report | Reuters

Japan's education minister possibly received illegal funds, a weekly magazine said in a report to be published on Thursday, just days after the farm minister resigned over similar allegations.

Kevin Kilbane reports West Ham fans to FA for mocking the disabled | The Guardian

The Football Association has promised a thorough investigation into allegations that West Ham United fans at White Hart Lane for Sunday’s Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur used language that was derogatory and insulting towards people with learning disabilities.








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