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Japan developing cyber weapon: report

TOKYO: Japan has been developing a virus that could track down the source of a cyber attack and neutralise its programme, the daily Yomiuri Shimbun reported Sunday.

The weapon is the culmination of a 179 million yen ($2.3 million) three-year project entrusted by the government to technology maker Fujitsu Ltd to develop a virus and equipment to monitor and analyse attacks, the daily said.

The United States and China are reported to have put so-called cyber weapons into practical use, Yomiuri said.
Japan will have to make legal amendments to use a cyber weapon as it could violate the country’s law against the manufacture of a computer virus, the daily said.
In November a computer system run by about 200 Japanese local governments was struck.
In October, Japan’s parliament came under cyber attack, apparently from the same emails linked to a China-based server that have already hit several lawmakers’ computers.

It was also reported that Japanese computers at embassies and consulates in nine countries were infected with viruses in the summer.

Currently, the virus is being tested in a “closed environment” to examine its applicable patterns. (AFP)

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November 4, 2009, Tehran, Iran, tens of thousands of demonstrators at the center of the U.S. Embassy in Iran held a rally before the former.

BEIJING, November 5 Xinhua comprehensive report, Iranian police Wednesday (4 days) and the Iranian opposition leader Moussaoui’s supporters clashed in the capital Tehran, at a time when the country celebrated the 30th anniversary of the attack on the U.S. embassy Inter.

Protesters surrounded the site of the former U.S. Embassy, shouting “Death to America!”, “Death to Israel!” And other slogans. Protesters also read, “Uncle Sam” signs posters torn up, and shouting “We’re the blood flow in blood vessels, is dedicated to the great leader of our gift.”

Thousands of Iranian security forces deployed in the streets of Tehran to stop the opposition rallies.

One witness said police used tear gas to disperse the crowd, some protesters were arrested, “the police clashed with protesters, and arrested at least five protesters.” There are witnesses said dozens of police officers at the The British Embassy in Tehran city patrol. At the same time, the Russian Embassy, there are many police officers on patrol.

Moussaoui and Karubi opposition leaders urged supporters to take to the streets to protest against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s government. Witnesses said: “Police and hundreds of protesters clashed. Demonstrators chanted ‘Down with the dictator!’. The police used batons to disperse the crowds.” Another witness said the police fired tear gas into the crowd.

November 4, 1979, radical Iranian students occupied the U.S. embassy in Iran would be more than 50 Americans hostage for more than 400 days. Since then every year November 4 will be organized large-scale, Iran’s official anti-US rally to mark the Iranian students occupied the U.S. embassy in Iran, venue or are generally in front of the former U.S. embassy in Iran.

Obama’s No. 4 on the U.S. embassy hostages in Iran, a statement on the 30th anniversary of the incident. He said in a statement, the two embark on US-Iran hostage incident continued to suspicion, mistrust and confrontation of the road, and now across the United States hopes that the history of seeking to develop based on common interests and mutual respect, US-Iranian relations. The Iranian government should also make a decision is to continue to dwell on the past, or have more opportunities for the people, prosperity and a just and open the door. If the Iranian Government to fulfill its international obligations, Iran’s relations with the international community will be improved and developed. Obama’s hope that the Iranian Government will look to the future, compliance with international obligations, including the United States improve relations with the international community.

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Israel, Palestinians hold ‘positive’ talks

AMMAN: Israeli and Palestinian negotiators held a “positive” first face-to-face meeting in more than 15 months on Tuesday, saying they remain committed to a two-state solution but that full-blown talks are still some way off.

“The talks and atmosphere were positive,” Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh told reporters after the talks in Amman between Israel’s chief negotiator Yitzhak Molcho, his Palestinian counterpart Saeb Erakat and Palestinian negotiator Mohammed Shtayyeh.

Washington too welcomed what it described as a “positive development” after months of deadlock in peace talks over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s refusal in 2010 to renew a freeze on most settlement construction in the occupied West Bank.

Judeh, who hosted the meeting in the Jordanian capital, voiced cautious optimism. “The two sides expressed their commitment to a two-state solution. We do not want to raise the level of expectations, but at the same time we do not want to minimise the importance of this meeting,” he said.

“The Palestinians submitted a paper on borders and security. The Israeli side received it, promising to study it and respond,” he said.

The minister said Jordan, which has a 1994 peace treaty with Israel, will host further talks between the two sides.

“Any announcement about the meetings will be made by Jordan. You might hear about the meetings and you might not,” he said, expecting “progress and things to be positive by the end of this month.”
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas said on Tuesday the outcome of the meeting would soon be clear.

“We will know today or in the coming two days,” he said, indicating that they were looking to find “the right foundation” to resume talks with Israel.
“This is a good thing and we hope Jordanian efforts work,” he was quoted as saying by Jordan’s state-run Petra news agency.
Earlier this week, Israeli cabinet minister Dan Meridor said the fact that a meeting was taking place was “a positive development” but that it did not in itself constitute a return to direct talks.Erakat made the same point in an interview with Voice of Palestine radio.
“This meeting will be devoted to discussing the possibility of making a breakthrough that could lead to the resumption of negotiations. Therefore, it will not mark the resumption of negotiations,” he said on Monday.

Direct talks ground to a halt in September 2010, when an Israeli freeze on new West Bank settlement construction expired and Netanyahu declined to renew it.

“We will see what the quartet’s position will be in this meeting and if it is willing to seriously address the obstacles to the peace process and negotiations put by Israel,” PLO secretary general Yasser Abed Rabbo told Voice of Palestine.

Abbas met with US envoy David Hale in Ramallah late on Monday and told him there would be no resumption of talks unless Israel froze settlement construction and accepted the 1967 borders as the basis for peace talks, a Palestinian official told AFP.

The Quartet, which comprises the European Union, Russia, the United Nations and the United States, has been trying to draw the two sides back to the negotiating table, asking them for comprehensive proposals on territory and security.

White House spokesman Jay Carney acknowledged the difficulties President Barack Obama faced in getting a resumption of talks.

“He is doing everything he can to bring them together at the table,” Carney said.

“And this is obviously a challenging issue — it has been so for a long time. But the president’s very focused on doing what he can to make it happen.”

Abed Rabbo said Washington wanted the talks to restart “without any preconditions or promises on settlement expansion.
“This does not fulfil the conditions for a resumption of negotiations nor does it enable any negotiations to succeed,” he said.
The meeting sparked an angry reaction from the Hamas movement which has controlled the Gaza Strip since ousting Abbas’s forces in 2007.
“Going to such a meeting is only betting on failure,” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri told AFP on Monday.
The leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine also criticised the meeting, calling it a “fatal error” which would force the Palestinians back into another pointless waiting game. (AFP)

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