Soldiers on Gaza border hear shots fired; no injuries

Soldiers patrolling the border with southern Gaza heard shots fired in their area on Tuesday night, raising suspicions of an attempted shooting attack.

There were no injuries or damages in the incident, which occurred near Kissufim. Security forces are investigating the incident, an army spokeswoman said.

Last week, a Defense Ministry employee was shot dead in a Palestinian sniper attack, triggering military strikes on Hamas and Islamic Jihad targets.

Soldiers on Gaza border hear shots fired; no injuries

Security sources: Unknown gunmen blast natural gas pipeline in Sinai

CAIRO – Unknown assailants attacked a natural gas pipeline in the Sinai, Egyptian security sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

The blast took place in the central region of Sinai on a pipeline that carried natural gas to an industrial area.

There were so far no reports of casualties and security forces are scanning the area to investigate the cause of the blast, the sources said.

Security sources: Unknown gunmen blast natural gas pipeline in Sinai

The New Old Age Blog: Study: Vitamin E May Help Slow Alzheimer’s Decline

High doses of vitamin E may help people with Alzheimer’s disease maintain the ability to perform routine daily tasks, a new study finds, even though it does not slow cognitive decline.

    



The New Old Age Blog: Study: Vitamin E May Help Slow Alzheimer’s Decline

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Calls on Computer Hackers to Unite Against NSA Surveillance

democracynow.org | WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed a major gathering of computer experts Monday at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany.

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Calls on Computer Hackers to Unite Against NSA Surveillance