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Top Ten At Ten 4/16/2014

Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Carriers Back Anti-Theft Measures for Smartphones (Recode)

* Unsettling video shows large al Qaeda meeting in Yemen (CNN)

* Drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors to boost sales, says whistleblower (The Independent)

* New York Drops Unit That Spied on Muslims (NY Times)

* Kim Dotcom gets NZ assets back (NZ Herald)

* Boston Marathon Finish Line Evacuated After Suspicious Packages Discovered (Boston.com)

As always if you see a story worth looking at please leave it in the comments section or tweet me.

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Top Ten At Ten 4/16/2014

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Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Carriers Back Anti-Theft Measures for Smartphones (Recode)

* Unsettling video shows large al Qaeda meeting in Yemen (CNN)

* Drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors to boost sales, says whistleblower (The Independent)

* New York Drops Unit That Spied on Muslims (NY Times)

* Kim Dotcom gets NZ assets back (NZ Herald)

* Boston Marathon Finish Line Evacuated After Suspicious Packages Discovered (Boston.com)

As always if you see a story worth looking at please leave it in the comments section ortweet me.

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Jane is the founder of Firedoglake.com. Her work has also appeared on the Huffington Post, Alternet and The American Prospect. She’s the author of the best selling book Killer Instinct and has produced such films Natural Born Killers and Permanent Midnight. She lives in Washington DC.
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