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|• ||Chinese Hackers Resume Attacks on U.S. Targets|
A cyberunit of the People?s Liberation Army in China appears to have resumed its attacks using different techniques, hitting several of the same victims it has gone after in the past.
|• ||Syrian Army Moves to Rebel-Held Qusayr|
Pro-government fighters are reported to hold more than half of the border city of Qusayr, in a critical setback for rebel forces.
|• ||Bomb Suspect?s Trip Sheds Light on Caucasus War|
A visit to Dagestan last year by Tamerlan Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston bombings, has drawn attention to the guerrilla conflict in the North Caucasus, in which most young men who get involved do not return alive.
|• ||Russia Expels Former U.S. Embassy Official|
Thomas Firestone, a former Justice Department official who had been working in Moscow as a lawyer, was declared ?persona non grata? this month, possibly because he reportedly had rebuffed an effort to recruit him as a spy.
|• ||Killing of Pakistani Politician Shakes New Voting Round|
A day after the killing of a prominent opposition party figure, turnout in a wealthy district of Karachi, Pakistan?s largest city, was minimal.
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