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Date: 2012-09-24
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Romney promises to be more aggressive on campaign trail
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-ROMNEY:Romney promises to be more aggressive on campaign trail
By Ros Krasny

DENVER (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney vowed on Sunday that he would campaign more aggressively in battleground states in the final 43 days before the November election.

The comments, made to reporters aboard his campaign plane,


Iran readies domestic Internet system, blocks Google
US-IRAN-INTERNET-NATIONAL:Iran readies domestic Internet system, blocks Google
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran plans to switch its citizens onto a domestic Internet network in what officials say is a bid to improve cyber security but which many Iranians fear is the latest way to control their access to the web.

The announcement, made by a government deputy minister on Sunday,


Iran boosts cyber security with secure domestic network: report
US-IRAN-INTERNET-NATIONAL:Iran boosts cyber security with secure domestic network: report
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has connected all its government agencies to a secure domestic Internet service and plans to link ordinary Iranians up to the same network, an official was quoted as saying on Sunday, in a move to beef up cyber security.

The Islamic state tightened its cyber security


Macho image fades as Russia's Putin nears 60
US-RUSSIA-PUTIN:Macho image fades as Russia's Putin nears 60
By Timothy Heritage

MOSCOW (Reuters) - As Vladimir Putin's 60th birthday approaches, a wave of biting satire is starting to hurt his macho image.

Back in the Kremlin since May, the former KGB spy faces the biggest protests of his long rule and ratings that an independent


Apple seeks U.S. Samsung sales ban, $707 million more in damages
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:Apple seeks U.S. Samsung sales ban, $707 million more in damages
SEOUL (Reuters) - Apple Inc has asked for a court order for a permanent U.S. sales ban on Samsung Electronics products alleged to have violated its patents along with additional damages of $707 million on top of the billion-dollar verdict won by the iPhone maker last month.

Samsung has responded


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