Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Iran: more May 30,2012

Iran condemned Kuwait for sentencing four men, two Iranians, one Kuwaiti and one stateless man, to life in prison on charges of spying.
Initially the men were sentenced to death but this verdict was on May 28th reduced to life in prison.At the time of their arrest in May 2010 they worked for the army in Kuwait.

New proof is found which links Iran to murderplots. Last year Azerbaijani authorities rounded up nearly two dozen people in waves of arrests till early this year.All these people could be linked to Iran. Precisely who ordered the hits, and why, was never conclusively determined.
Officials from U.S. and Middle Eastern now see the attempts as part of a broader campaign by Iran-linked operatives to kill foreign diplomats in at least seven countries, including two Saudis, half a dozen Israelis and several Americans.
source: The WashingtonPost

Recently a more dangerous computerworm has been discovered then Stuxnet.The worm is named Flame and is capable of recording voice and IM conversations performed on a specific system, manipulate wireless communications via Bluetooth and capture computer screen shots.
The worm is mainly spreaded in Iran and has so far infected computer systems in nations around the Middle East, Europe and North America.


In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.
Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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