Day: November 8, 2012

Pakistani Family Appeals To Save 6-Year-Old Girl From Marriage Order

The parents and uncle of 6-year-old Bibi Roza in Pakistan’s Swat Valley are begging the government to intervene after tribal authorities ordered them to marry her off to resolve a family feud. (Video by RFE/RL Radio Mashaal’s Niaz Ahmad Khan)

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2012 Ballot roundup for California

2012 Ballot roundup for California

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How to Devise Passwords That Drive Hackers Away

“At some point, you will get hacked — it’s only a matter of time,” warned Mr. Grossman. “If that’s unacceptable to you, don’t put it online.”

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Election Day 2012

The people of the United States spoke with their votes yesterday in local, state, and national races and on numerous ballot questions. President Obama was reelected after a hard-fought campaign with challenger Mitt Romney, and the Republicans and Democrats remained in control of their respective majorities in the House of Representatives and Senate. Here’s a look at the voting process throughout Tuesday and into the early morning hours Wednesday of the celebrations and disappointment as the results came in.

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