- NEWS.com.au | Device found outside bank in Athens (May 13, 2004):
Officials at the time ruled out any link to the Games and blamed the blasts caused by dynamite sticks, timers and detonators on Greek far-left extremists.
- Bush and Hezbollah condemn beheading - After Saddam - www.smh.com.au:
"Hezbollah denounces this horrible act which does an immense wrong to Islam and Muslims by a group which falsely pretends to follow the precepts of the religion of pardon and essential human values," the party said in a statement. ... Ezzedine Salim, this month's chief of the Iraq Governing Council, insisted that 'decapitations and mutilations are unacceptable and have nothing to do with Islam'.
- China jails outspoken journalist. 13/05/2004. ABC News Online:
A Chinese freelance journalist who posted Internet essays commemorating the ill-fated 1989 pro-democracy protests has been jailed for two years without trial, a US rights group said on Wednesday.
- Use home grown pot, not Canada's: Brogden - National - www.smh.com.au:
Cannabis used for medicinal purposes in a groundbreaking NSW trial should be grown in the state rather than be imported from Canada, Opposition Leader John Brogden said today. Mr Brogden said he had no idea why Premier Bob Carr thought it was necessary to import the drug from Canada.
- NEWS.com.au | QUT researchers find WiFi flaw (May 13, 2004):
The flaw operates at lower network layers than most previously-discovered security flaws in 802.11 networking, and affect any network operating at the 2.4GHz frequency - which is the sole frequency used by the most popular wireless protocol, 802.11b.
- What's in it for me, stupid? - Science - www.smh.com.au:
Lemurs, once believed to be cute but basically stupid, show startling intelligence when given a chance to win treats by playing a computer game, US researchers reported today.
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