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Watch Video SIM card manufacturer Gemalto has had a busy week. Just days after news broke of state intelligence agencies allegedly stealing millions of its SIM card encryption keys, Gemalto says an internal audit has found no such evidence.
Watch Video Paris authorities have arrested three Al Jazeera journalists for flying a drone over the city, though the media outlet says its employees were simply trying to cover a rash of other drones flying illegally.
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Watch Video ISIS has reportedly added to its list of atrocities, this time kidnapping scores of Christians in Syria.
Watch Video FIFA officially wants to move the Qatar World Cup to winter. The soccer governing body announced its official recommendation Tuesday, saying because of the heat, Qatar's 2022 World Cup should be held in late November and December.
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