If that wasn’t bizarre enough, the couple said the soles of their shoes had been removed and a single screw had been screwed into a piece of scrap wood and crammed into space between a door and and its frame. An upside down can of paint had also mysteriously appeared on their toilet, according to police. The only clue the couple had to work with was an unknown purse found on their bed. Inside the purse was a 27-year-old woman’s ID card. Officers searched the condo for obvious signs of a break in, but they found none. The only other way to get inside the home would have been to shimmy up a tree and climb through a window, police said. Baffled, the officer dusted for fingerprints, but once again came up empty.
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Hamas calls on Palestinian civilians to remain in homes in face of Israeli warnings | Israel |
The IDFs campaign is to be short and temporary, the messages said . Those who fail to comply with the instructions will endanger their lives and the lives of their families. Beware. Some 4,000 residents of the Beit Lahiyaarea reportedly left their homes ahead of the noon deadline. Some 75,000 civilians reportedly live in the area. Meanwhile, a Hamas spokesman took to Facebook to urge Palestinian citizens to remain in their homes. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized Hamas for putting civilians in harms way during the Sunday morning Cabinet meeting. We are striking Hamas with increasing strength.
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Internet Security – QuickTake
A crucial detail was omitted from the court papers: The FBI was watching every keystroke and was in a position to block cybersabotage. Experts issued stern warnings of more mayhem to come after a security company reported in June that cyber-attackers had disrupted a hedge funds high-speed trading network and stolen its data. On closer inspection? The attack never happened . Bloomberg View Homepage With the security industry bigger than ever and venture capital flowing in, technology has been developed to stop low- and medium-level threats. It cant do much to neutralize inattentive people who use rudimentary passwords easy for hackers to steal.
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