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Top News

  • Nigeria: Troops kill eight Boko Haram terrorists, rescue 31 hostages in Borno

    December 9, 2019

    The troops which comprised of soldiers from 68 and 94 Battalions also rescued 31 hostages – 14 women and 17 children – during one of their operations. A statement issued on Monday by the Media Coordinator of the Nigerian Army Operations, Col. Aminu Iliyasu, said the troops conducted an aggressive fighting patrol at a location ...

  • 2 Turkish soldiers killed, 7 wounded while defusing bomb

    December 9, 2019

    Turkish officials say at least two soldiers have been killed and seven others wounded while attempting to defuse an improvised explosive device At least two Turkish soldiers were killed and seven others were wounded on Monday while attempting to defuse an improvised explosive device, officials said. The device exploded in a village near the town of Idil, ...

  • China ‘bans foreign computer equipment and software from state offices’

    December 9, 2019

    Beijing has ordered every public institution in the country to remove foreign computer equipment and software within three years, according to the Financial Times. The newspaper reported that the order was made by the Chinese Communist Party’s central office earlier this year, and is the first publicly known directive obliging government offices to begin purchasing equipment ...

  • Pensacola Attack Probed for Terrorism Link. Saudi Suspect Clashed With Instructor.

    December 8, 2019

    The investigation into the fatal shooting last week at a Navy training center in Florida was officially characterized as a terrorism inquiry on Sunday, as new details emerged about the Saudi Air Force trainee who killed three sailors on the base where he was a visiting student. As the F.B.I. continues to conduct interviews with everyone at the ...

  • Al-Shabaab kill 10 people in Kenyan border town

    December 7, 2019

    At least ten people were killed and several others injured after Islamist extremist group, Al-Shabaab, ambushed a commuter bus in northeast Kenya on Friday evening, the police said. Stephen Ngetich, Wajir county police commander, said the militants ambushed a Medina Bus which was traveling from Nairobi to Mandera in the northeast region and killed Christians onboard. Ngetich ...

  • BMW and Hyundai hacked by Vietnamese hackers, report claims

    December 6, 2019

    German media is reporting that hackers suspected to have ties to the Vietnamese government have breached the networks of two car manufacturers, namely BMW and Hyundai. The report, coming from Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) and Taggesschau (TS), claims that hackers breached the network of a BMW branch sometime this spring. The attackers allegedly installed a penetration testing toolkit named Cobalt Strike on ...

  • International law enforcement operation exposes the world’s most harmful cyber crime group

    December 5, 2019

    A Russian national who runs Evil Corp has been indicted in the United States following unprecedented collaboration between the NCA, the FBI and the National Cyber Security Centre. A Russian national who runs Evil Corp – the world’s most harmful cyber crime group that created and deployed malware causing financial losses totalling hundreds of millions of ...

  • Nigeria: FAAN Installs Liquid Explosive Detectors At Airports

    December 4, 2019

    The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) is set to deploy new liquid explosive detection system at the airports. Hadi Sirika, minister of aviation, said the detectors which are being introduced in major international airports across the country, would improve the security measures at airports, and effectively combat terrorism. Sirika said the system has been tested and inaugurated ...

  • 228 Arrests And Over 3800 Money Mules Identified In Global Action Against Money Laundering

    December 4, 2019

    Law enforcement authorities from 31 countries, supported by Europol, Eurojust and the European Banking Federation (EBF), have stepped up their efforts to crack down on money mule schemes that rope in victims often unaware that the money they are sending is part of an elaborated money laundering scheme. The fifth European Money Mule Action (EMMA 5) took place between September – November 2019, ...

  • Strabane: Men arrested over mortar bomb find

    December 3, 2019

    Two men have been arrested by police investigating the discovery of a mortar bomb in County Tyrone in September. The device was found on a wall near houses in Church View, Strabane, on Saturday 7 September. At the time, police said the New IRA intended to fire the device into Strabane police station. Two 25-year-old men were arrested in ...


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