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Top News

  • EDA to take forward PESCO project on CBRN surveillance

    November 12, 2019

    Today, the European Defence Agency (EDA) has for the first time been chosen to support the development of a PESCO project as an Agency initiative, in line with the PESCO commitment to use EDA as the European forum for project capability development. The Austrian-lead project, CBRN Surveillance as a Service (CBRN SaaS), will provide a ...

  • Ransomware attack at Mexico’s Pemex halts work, threatens to cripple computers

    November 12, 2019

    A ransomware attack hit computer servers and halted administrative work on Monday at Mexican state oil firm Pemex, according to employees and internal emails, in hackers’ latest bid to wring ransom from a major company. Hackers have increasingly targeted companies with malicious programs that can cripple systems overseeing everything from supply chains to payments to manufacturing, ...

  • Three Pakistan Army soldiers martyred in North Waziristan blast

    November 12, 2019

    Three Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred and one injured in a roadside blast in North Waziristan district on Tuesday, the Inter-Services Public Relations reported. According to the military’s media wing, the soldiers were patrolling the area when an improvised explosive device (IED) exploded. Security forces have cordoned off the area and launched a search operation. Read more… Source: Daily ...

  • Niger: Internet Connectivity Aids Response to Boko Haram Crisis

    November 11, 2019

    A global global network of organisations working together to provide shared communications services in humanitarian emergencies, has provided internet connectivity services to over 4 000 aid workers in northeastern Nigeria this year. Some 4 188 workers from 111 organisations have been connected, in a major boost to the response to the crisis caused by the Islamist ...

  • FAA downgrades Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia to Category 2

    November 11, 2019

    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has found that the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) does not meet International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) safety standards and therefore has received a Category 2 rating based on a reassessment of the country’s civil aviation authority. A Category 2 International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) rating means that CAAM ...

  • Teen killed in shooting at Malmo pizza parlour minutes after car bombing

    November 10, 2019

    The shooting took place minutes after a car bomb was detonated in a nearby district of the same city. A 15-year-old boy was killed when unknown assailants opened fire on a pizza parlour in Malmo. Another teenager remains in a critical condition after being injured in the shooting in a busy square. The shooting took place at about ...

  • Mysterious wave of texts leave Americans extremely confused

    November 8, 2019

    A mysterious technical glitch has seen some American mobile phone owners receive unintelligible messages from their friends, family, and even exes. It is believed that a “maintenance update” caused texts originally sent in February to be randomly sent in the early hours of Thursday morning. While the glitch helped reunite friends who hadn’t talked to each other ...

  • Trend in gang crime bombings rock Sweden

    November 8, 2019

    Sweden, often held up as a safe and peaceful utopia, has experienced an unprecedented wave of bombings this year as criminal gangs increasingly use explosives to settle scores. Regularly placed near the top of the UN’s Human Development Index and among the world’s richest countries in terms of GDP per capita, the Scandinavian country is facing ...

  • Five police commandos, 1 civilian injured in powerful IED blast in Manipur’s Imphal

    November 6, 2019

    A powerful improvised explosive device (IED) blast rocked Manipur’s Imphal town on Tuesday morning. The IED blast took place at Thangal Bazar. Five police commandos and one civilian were injured in the explosion. The injured were taken to a nearby hospital, Raj Medicity. The blast took place around 9.30 am. Police said among the injured are Additional ...

  • Canadian Nunavut government systems crippled by ransomware

    November 5, 2019

    Canadian government IT systems have been forced into lockdown after a successful ransomware attack. On Monday, government officials for the Nunavut region said that over the weekend, a “new and sophisticated type of ransomware” struck the territory. All government services — with the exception of an energy corporation — that rely on access to electronic information stored ...


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