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By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) – The inventor of the World Wide Web said on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was incorrect when he alleged the Internet was a project created by U.S. spies in the Central Intelligence Agency. Putin, a former KGB spy who does not use email, has said he will not restrict Internet access for Russians, but in April he stoked concerns that the Kremlin might seek to crackdown by saying the Internet was born out of a “CIA project”. …

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An American nurse possibly infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa was flown to the National Institutes of Health on Thursday. The rescue was one of two air ambulance missions flown this week by Georgia-based Phoenix Air.

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – An American nurse who was exposed to Ebola while volunteering in an Ebola treatment unit in Sierra Leone arrived at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center in Maryland on Thursday, NIH said in a statement. The nurse was transferred to the Bethesda facility via a private medical evacuation flight. NIH did not release any further information on the nurse, including when he or she might have been exposed to the virus, current medical condition or affiliation. The patient will be admitted “for observation and to enroll in a clinical protocol,” NIH said. …

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The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA program that included torturing al-Qaida detainees provides eight “primary” examples in which the CIA said it obtained good intelligence as a result of what it called “enhanced interrogation techniques,” and the Senate panel’s conclusions that the information was available elsewhere and without resorting to brutal interrogations.