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Man found guilty under UK terrorism laws after refusing to reveal passwords

LONDON: A man who refused to provide passwords to his electronic devices when stopped by British police was found guilty under terrorism laws at a court in London on Monday, in a case that campaigners say threatens personal privacy. Muhammad Rabbani, 36, the international director of campaign group CAGE was found guilty of wilfully obstructing or seeking to frustrate an examination or search, and given a conditional 12-month discharge, and was ordered to pay a 620 pound ($830) fine. CAGE is an advocacy group which…

Rabbani demands to restore National Security Committee

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader, Senator Raza Rabbani has demanded to restore the National Security Committee of the Parliament regarding the security challenges faced by the country - ARY News reports. Talking to media at the Parliament House on Friday, Raza Rabbani said that the National Security Committee had forwarded 88 recommendations through consensus and the implementation of any of which will not be difficult on this forum. He added that the committee compiled its recommendations after taking the…