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  • ‘Very high’ Ebola risk in Democratic Republic of the Congo, says WHO

    May 18, 2018

    There is a “very high” public health risk from Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organisation has said. The health agency has raised its earlier assessment after one patient in a major city was confirmed as having the disease. Although the global risk of an Ebola outbreak remains low, the WHO says ...

  • French police foil terror attack using highly toxic ricin six days after Paris knife rampage

    May 18, 2018

    Police in France have foiled a suspected terror attack using highly toxic poison and arrested two brothers of Egyptian origin, authorities have said. Ricin or explosives are thought to have been prepared ahead of the planned attack, according to French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb. The revelation came after a 29-year-old man was killed and five other people injured in a deadly ...

  • Armed police seize hand grenades, guns and ammunition as bomb squad descends on lorry in Sussex business park

    May 18, 2018

    Explosives were discovered attached to the underneath of a lorry in Sussex on Thursday. Two plastic cases containing guns, grenades and ammunition were found underneath the HGV, held on by magnets, at Rosier Business Park in Sussex. Armed police and military bomb disposal teams swooped on the area in dramatic scenes. The area was surrounded by officers and ...

  • Indonesia on high alert after yet another attack, this time on Pekanbaru police station

    May 16, 2018

    Fou men, suspected to be terrorists, have been shot dead after an attempt was made to attack a police station on the Indonesian island of Sumatra today using machetes. One police officer is believed to have died in the attack at the Riau police headquarters in Pekanbaru and several journalists, who were at the police station ...

  • Hacker Breaches Securus, the Company That Helps Cops Track Phones Across the US

    May 16, 2018

    A hacker has broken into the servers of Securus, a company that allows law enforcement to easily track nearly any phone across the country, and which a US Senator has exhorted federal authorities to investigate. The hacker has provided some of the stolen data to Motherboard, including usernames and poorly secured passwords for thousands of Securus’ ...

  • Some 100,000 TSB customers still unable to access accounts online

    May 16, 2018

    Almost 100,000 TSB customers are still unable to access their accounts online — more than three weeks after the bank’s systems went into meltdown. The disgraced bank says 95 per cent of its customers are now able to log into accounts after the system failure on April 22 which left 1.9 million people with no access. Read ...

  • Japan donates Rs. 300 mn worth equipment to Sri Lanka’s Colombo international airport

    May 15, 2018

    The Japan International Cooperation System (JICS) under its economic and social development fund program, has donated airport machinery and equipment worth Rs. 300 million to Sri Lanka’s Bandaranaike International Airport. Japanese Ambassador, Kenichi Suganuma Monday (14th May) has symbolically handed over the consignment including vehicles and other technical equipment to the Minister of Transport and Civil ...

  • Pentagon Wants Cloud Secure Enough to Hold Nuke Secrets

    May 15, 2018

    The Pentagon’s JEDI cloud will be designed to store the military’s most sensitive classified information. The Defense Department’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud will be designed to host the government’s most sensitive classified data, including critical nuclear weapon design information and other nuclear secrets. Read more… Source: DefenseOne  


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