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FEMA Considers Boats as Disaster Housing for Sandy Victims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is considering housing victims of Hurricane Sandy at sea. The agency Tuesday released a solicitation seeking only information on the possibility of putting disaster victims in New York and New Jersey on boats. In asking for input on "maritime-based solutions for providing interim housing to disaster survivors," FEMA said… Keep Reading

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Border Security Expo Draws Record Crowd

A Border Security Expo held in Phoenix, Ariz., on March 6 and 7 drew a record 1,460 people from 42 states and 18 countries, including attendees from Asia, Europe and Latin America. Vendors displayed a wide variety of border-related technology and hardware. Aurora Flight Services received an excellence in technology award for its Aurora Skate, a… Keep Reading

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Yemen Officials: US Drone Kills 7 Al Qaida Members

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — A USdrone strike killed seven suspected Al Qaida members believed to be heading toward a restive province where Yemeni forces have been intensely battling the terror group, Yemeni officials said. The unmanned drone targeted a vehicle in the province of Bayda, south of the capital of Sanaa, killing the seven people… Keep Reading

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Bombers Target Israeli Diplomats in Georgia, India; Israeli PM Says Iran Responsible

NEW DELHI (AP) — Assailants targeted Israeli diplomats in India and Georgia in near-simultaneous strikes Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed on archenemy Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah. The bombing of an Israeli diplomat’s car in New Delhi by an attacker apparently on a motorcycle wounded four people, officials said. Israel said… Keep Reading

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Toll Tallied From Midwest Twisters

HARRISBURG, Ill. (AP) — Caught in a relatively uncommon night-time twister yesterday, six people were killed when blocks of homes in Harrisburg, Ill., were flattened by overnight storms that raked the nation’s midsection, killing at least 12 people in three states. In southern Missouri, one person was killed in a Buffalo trailer park while two… Keep Reading

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Axis Introduces Miniature HDTV Cameras for Discreet Surveillance

Axis Communications has introduced its new AXIS P12 Network Cameras, a series of uniquely designed cameras for exceptionally discreet indoor and outdoor surveillance. The cameras’ form factor and small size enable easy integration into very limited spaces, making them ideal for discreet or covert surveillance in stores, banks, ATMs, hotels and offices. They can be… Keep Reading

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