From Reddit World News: submitted by /u/wizardofthefuture [link] [comments] The original content can be found here: Twitter trolls with suspected Russia, Iran, Venezuela links sought to sow Canada divisions on pipelines, migrants
From Al Jazeera: Protesters opposing a statue of General Aung San, Myanmar’s independence hero and the father of leader Aung San Suu Kyi [Ann Wang/Reuters] Myanmar police have fired rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon to disperse a protest over a statue of independence hero General Aung San
From BBC World News: Australian PM Scott Morrison says he will re-open a controversial detention centre on Christmas Island, after a historic defeat in parliament. On Tuesday, non-government MPs secured enough votes to pass a bill making it easier for sick refugees held offshore to be treated in the
From The Guardian World: Syria Small enclave of extremists holds out in Syria against intensive bombardment A civilian collection point for suspected Isis families fleeing heavy fighting for control of Baghuz. Photograph: Achilleas Zavallis/The Guardian Clamouring up dirt berms, clutching babies and blankets, the newest refugees of the Islamic
From BBC World News: The sister of Thailand’s king has said she is “saddened” that her bid to be the country’s next prime minister has created “a problem that shouldn’t happen in this day and age”. Princess Ubolratana was disqualified by the country’s Election Commission on Monday. Her unprecedented
From Reuters Top News: BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. allies will use the opportunity of Patrick Shanahan’s first NATO ministers meeting this week to see whether the acting defense secretary will be as supportive of the military alliance as his predecessor was, defense officials and experts said. FILE PHOTO: U.S.
From Google World News: Today, however, it’s Antonella’s mom who is being treated — for malnutrition, a state-inflicted malady that is sweeping across oil-rich Venezuela. Struggling to feed herself and her child, she fainted when she walked into the hospital where Antonella is slowly dying. The trips are becoming
From Google World News: Chelsea Clinton on Tuesday called out Vice President Mike Pence for saying that Rep. Ilhan Omar’s apology for earlier Twitter posts called anti-Semitic was “inadequate,” and blasted President Trump for peddling hate. Clinton, who was critical of Omar’s tweets, posting that “we should expect all
From Google World News: ‘Make El Chapo pay for the wall’: Ted Cruz urges Senate to pass bill so that convicted Mexican drugs baron’s $14billion in ill-gotten gains can be used to finance border security Senator Ted Cruz announced he is reintroducing the ‘EL CHAPO Act’ Bill proposes using
From Google World News: BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. allies will use the opportunity of Patrick Shanahan’s first NATO ministers meeting this week to see whether the acting defense secretary will be as supportive of the military alliance as his predecessor was, defense officials and experts said. FILE PHOTO: U.S.
From The Guardian World: The Upside Cities Idea of topping municipal plant in Copenhagen with urban ski resort won accolades for Danish architecture firm People have fun at Amager Bakke, aka Copenhill, an artificial ski slope and recreational hiking area on top of a waste plant in Copenhagen. Photograph:
From The Guardian World: Spain Catalan secessionists likely to join right against Pedro Sánchez’s government Pedro Sánchez during the budget debate in parliament in Madrid on Tuesday. Photograph: Kiko Huesca/EPA Spain’s socialist government could be forced to call a snap general election if rightwing parties and Catalan secessionists make
From The Guardian World: Brexit frontline European Union Trade with central and eastern Europe already affected and local GDP could shrink by 5% Staff at work at Future Processing in Gliwice, Poland. Photograph: Kwasniewski Maciej/Guardian Jarosław Granat has worked for Future Processing since it was a scrappy startup run
From Security Magazine – Education and Training: Aon’s 2019 Cyber Security Risk Report features eight risks that may impact organizations in the next 12 months, no matter where they are on their digital journey. The original content can be found here: 8 Cybersecurity Risks That May Impact
From SANS – Security Awareness: Background Passwords are something you use almost every day, from accessing your email or banking online to purchasing goods or accessing your smartphone. However, passwords are also one of your weakest points; if someone learns or guesses your password they can access your accounts
From The Guardian World: Australian immigration and asylum Plaintiff’s lawyers wanted to suspend case after argument about his identity came unstuck in Canberra high court A case brought on behalf of an allegedly stateless man seeks to reopen the Al-Kateb v Godwin ruling, which enabled indefinite detention in Australia.
From Reuters Top News: SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s presidential Blue House pushed back on Wednesday against comments by U.S. President Donald Trump that suggested Seoul had agreed to pay $500 million more towards maintaining U.S. troops in the country. FILE PHOTO – South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha
From Google World News: SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s presidential Blue House pushed back on Wednesday against comments by U.S. President Donald Trump that suggested Seoul had agreed to pay $500 million more toward maintaining U.S. troops in the country. FILE PHOTO – South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha
From The Guardian World: Animals Images were taken by British wildlife photographer, Will Burrard-Lucas, in Laikipia Wilderness Camp in Kenya A black leopard at night time in Kenya, photographed with a Camtraptions camera trap. Photograph: Burrard-Lucas Photography/Camtraptions camera trap The wild African black leopard has been the stuff of
From The Guardian World: Huawei Chinese tech company uses full-page ads to push for inclusion in 5G rollout despite concerns it is a security risk Huawei has taken out ads to hit back at its temporary exclusion from the rollout of 5G technology in New Zealand. Photograph: Dado Ruvić/Reuters
From The New York Times: (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. Turkey’s mass trials come to an end, a French city opens its borders to migrants, and milk isn’t just for mammals. Here’s the latest: Courts are close to concluding the mass trials
From Google World News: As North Korea signals a willingness to open up its highly centralized, socialist economy, Vietnam’s model of development is being widely suggested as a blueprint for Pyongyang to emulate. Hanoi’s ability to retain one-party rule, strict censorship, minimal dissent and a top-down system of control
From The Guardian World: Australian immigration and asylum Scott Morrison ramps up rhetoric on border protection and says Shorten will be responsible for any new boat arrivals • Nine facts about the medical evacuation bill The Australian government said on Wednesday it will reopen the Christmas Island detention centre,
From Reddit World News: submitted by /u/sankybwoy [link] [comments] The original content can be found here: Gujarat (India) is the only state to have a Lion,Tiger and Leopard in the wild.
From Al Jazeera: Trump and Kim are set to meet in Hanoi from February 27 to 28 [Ahn Young-joon/The Associated Press] Two weeks before a second summit between the leaders of the United States and North Korea, the commander of US forces in South Korea has said he has
From Google World News: Nine News Australia An unlikely friendship between a beagle and a wild possum blossomed in Australia. No, this isn’t the premise of a new kid’s book. Molly and Poss are real-life besties. The unlikely friendship between the beagle dog and wild possum blossomed in rural
From Google World News: White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday welcomed the conviction of notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, citing his case amid the administration’s push for border security funding. “El Chapo’s reign of terror is over,” Sanders tweeted. “He‘ll spend the rest of
From Reuters Top News: FILE PHOTO: William Barr testifies at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his nomination to be attorney general of the United States on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., January 15, 2019. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas/File Photo WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s attorney general nominee, William Barr,