Rwanda: The Police Won't Tap Your Phone, but Others Might


Rwanda: The Police Won't Tap Your Phone, but Others Might

Focus]When recently the chamber of deputies approved a law that would allow security forces to use phone tapping to fight crime and for other security purposes, some people expressed worries about whether this might not lead to invasion of privacy.

NewsWatch: Mubarak appoints leaders as protests rage

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak names a vice president and prime minister on Saturday as anti-government protests continued to roil cities in the key Middle Eastern country and security forces fired on civilians. (6 hours ago)