Mobile spy 2010 elections

 

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Mobile spy 2010 elections

On Thursday a number of German news outlets reported  that the country’s foreign intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), will soon receive its own espionage satellite after the Budget Committee approved the first tranche of financing for the project this week. 

According to reports, the project, proposed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, would cost around €400 million ($435.32 million) and is expected to be ready by 2022. The BND wants to develop the satellite system using the German army (Bundeswehr) and the German Aerospace Center, with an additional 400 new employees appointed to the spy agency to run the new project.

Currently, the BND relies on data from the Bundeswehr, which operates a number of small satellites. Further intelligence comes from the purchase of data from foreign partner agencies.

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum marks 15 years in business next month, preceded by more than a decade of prehistory. Then came exhibits devoted to everyone from John Lennon to Bruce Springsteen, the return of Alan Freed and a couple of induction ceremonies in Cleveland. Let's take a look back at the Rock Hall's long, strange trip.

Sept. 2, 1995
The Concert for the Hall of Fame at Cleveland Municipal Stadium was part party, part paean, with generations of rock stars coming to Cleveland to play together, and celebrate the opening of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Bruce Springsteen and Chuck Berry got the night started with a duet of "Johnny B. Goode." By the time the final note sound at 2:10 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 3, 1995, 41 different combinations of artists had taken the Stadium stage, playing 68 songs over the course of six hours and 40 minutes.

The all-star lineup included Bob Dylan, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Al Green, James Brown, Eric Burdon, John Fogerty, Robbie Robertson, Sam Moore, the Kinks, Martha Reeves & the Vandellas, the Allman Brothers Band, John Mellencamp, George Clinton, Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, the Pretenders, Iggy Pop, Melissa Etheridge and Jackson Browne. More than 65,000 fans witnessed the concert, which was one of the most elaborate live productions in Cleveland rock history, rivaling the World Series of Rock events at the Stadium in the 1970s and 1980s.