Day: May 16, 2019

Shares of Huawei's American suppliers slide, but the Chinese giant says it can survive US blacklist – CNBC

From Google World News:   Shares of Huawei’s key U.S.-listed suppliers stumbled on Thursday following a new rule that requires American firms to seek government approval before selling to the Chinese tech giant. Earlier this week, Huawei was added to the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security’s so-called Entity List.

Guaidó Officials Rally at Venezuelan Embassy in Washington as a Stalemate Ends – The New York Times

From Google World News:   WASHINGTON — Two Venezuelan diplomats on Thursday effectively ended a singular standoff that has been simmering on a quiet Washington side street since April. In a brief statement to a crowd of supporters, Carlos Vecchio, the ambassador appointed by the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó,

Iran-US relations on KNIFE EDGE as Tehran accuses Trump of ‘propaganda WARFARE’ –

From Google World News:   Recently, the two countries have been exchanging threats as relations between the US and the Islamic Republic continue to falter. On Thursday, Iran’s spokesperson for the UN accused Trump of waging a “propaganda warfare” to increase tensions with the state. Alireza Miryousefi also accused the

International Cybercrime Network That Tried To Steal $100 Million Is Dismantled – NPR

From Google World News:   Enlarge this image At the European Union law enforcement agency Europol on Thursday, authorities announced details of a coordinated operation to dismantle an international cybercrime network. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption toggle caption Peter Dejong/AP An international cybercrime network that tried to steal an estimated $100