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Arts & Culture - Screens
11/10/2023 1:13:17 PM
Hollywood celebrated Thursday after actors ended a crippling months-long strike, kicking off a race to get the cameras rolling and salvage next year's movies and television shows.

World - Region
10/9/2023 1:01:28 PM
For Palestinians in Gaza, Israel’s eyes are never very far away. Surveillance drones buzz constantly from the skies. The highly-secured border is awash with security cameras and soldiers on guard. Intelligence agencies work sources and cyber capabilities to draw out a bevy of information.

World - Region
9/4/2023 11:05:07 PM
The UN nuclear watchdog said Monday it regretted that "no progress" had been made by Iran on outstanding issues, including reinstalling cameras to monitor Tehran's nuclear programme and explaining uranium traces.

World - International
7/18/2023 10:17:14 AM
French lawmakers plan to vote Tuesday on a sweeping justice reform bill that includes a provision for allowing law enforcement agents to remotely tap into the cameras, microphones and location services of phones and other internet-connected devices used by some suspects.

World - Region
6/5/2023 5:02:00 PM
UN nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi warned on Monday that cooperation with Iran on better monitoring its nuclear programme was "very slow", saying while some cameras and other equipment had been installed again "a lot more" needed to be done.

Egypt - Defence
6/4/2023 9:36:14 PM
Egypt and Israel have agreed to increase surveillance cameras and towers on the border, Saudi TV channel Al-Arabiya reported on Sunday, citing sources.

Sports - World
5/5/2023 10:34:10 AM
Body cameras will be worn by referees in an amateur Sydney soccer league a week after one of their colleagues had his jaw broken by a suspended player.

World - Region
4/8/2023 11:00:19 PM
Police in Iran said on Saturday they plan to use "smart" technology in public places to identify and then penalise women who violate the country's strict Islamic dress code.

World - Region
3/4/2023 8:44:38 PM
Iran has agreed to reconnect surveillance cameras at several nuclear sites and increase the pace of inspections, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said Saturday.

Business - Tech
10/4/2022 1:53:04 PM
The EU parliament on Tuesday passed a new law requiring USB-C to be the single charger standard all new smartphones, tablets and cameras from late 2024.

World - Region
8/4/2022 7:47:48 PM
Iran's top nuclear official said on Thursday the Iran will reactivate the surveillance cameras of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at its nuclear sites only if the IAEA withdraws its accusations against Tehran.

World - Region
6/9/2022 3:13:27 PM
The head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency said Thursday that Iran is removing 27 surveillance cameras from nuclear sites in the country.

World - Region
6/8/2022 10:29:39 PM
Iran said it disconnected some International Atomic Energy Agency cameras monitoring its nuclear sites Wednesday, hours before the UN nuclear watchdog adopted a resolution criticising the Islamic republic for failing to cooperate.

World - International
5/19/2022 5:39:09 PM
In Indian-administered Kashmir, shopkeepers are spending hundreds of dollars each to install security cameras mandated by authorities in a move activists say is aimed at creating a surveillance state -- and outsourcing the cost.

World - Region
1/23/2022 10:29:56 AM
A group of migrants huddles beside a small, smoky fire inside an abandoned building in northern Serbia, the last moments of warmth before they set out into the driving snow toward the razor wire, cameras and sensors of Hungary's electrified border fence.

World - Region
12/15/2021 2:28:54 PM
Iran will allow the United Nations' nuclear watchdog to reinstall cameras damaged at a site where it has centrifuge parts and manufacturing material, semiofficial Iranian news agencies reported Wednesday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
11/9/2021 8:43:15 PM
Video footage has emerged from surveillance cameras inside Israeli jails showing the brutal abuse of Palestinian prisoners, writes Mohamed Abu Shaar

World - International
10/24/2021 10:56:35 AM
The Head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog says his monitoring program in Iran is no longer “intact” after Tehran refused requests to repair cameras at a key facility, creating the possibility the world will never be “able to reconstruct the picture” of what the Iranians have been doing, NBC News reported Sunday.

World - Region
9/15/2021 8:43:00 PM
Addressing swirling questions about the agency's broken surveillance cameras, Eslami said Wednesday they were damaged during recent 'terrorist operations,' without elaborating

World - Region
9/12/2021 7:38:27 PM
Iran has refused to provide real-time footage from cameras and other surveillance tools that the UN agency has installed in these locations

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