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Europe seeks to defeat the virus, Ireland returns to lockdown

Sign up here for the daily coronavirus newsletter you need to know, and Subscribe to our Covid-19 podcast to get the latest news and analysis. Ireland imposed some Europe’s toughest pandemic restrictions, because countries in the region are fighting the virus. Prime Minister Micheal Martin said on Monday night that non-essential shops, bars and restaurants will be forced to close …

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UN Security Council discusses the Nagorno-Karabakh battle

Members of the United Nations Security Council called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to abide by the new Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire at a meeting in the disputed area on Monday. The Security Council held a closed-door discussion on the battle. Since the outbreak of the conflict on September 27, the battle has killed hundreds of people and was held at the United …

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Russia’s cyber attack boom shows what an unrestricted internet war is like

It is said that the sandworm team of the Russian military intelligence service has launched computer chaos against Kremlin enemies around the world, and they are said to be operating in blue glass skyscrapers (“towers”). From this address, the Sandworm hacker (also known as the 74455 unit and the “main center of special technology”) located at 22 Kilova Street, on …

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Gain of shirtless Egyptian police graduate shows virus spread

These boxes are for arrest. Last week, in a brave, shirtless parade, a topless Egyptian police academy graduate showed up. This is one of the busiest and strangest job hunting videos ever. The video shared on Twitter by @EgyProjects depicts a parade of peculiar pickup trucks, ships, and armored vehicles, all of them holding shirtless police officers, showing off their …

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6 Russian military officers charged with large-scale hacking

According to Monday’s Justice Department indictment, six current and former Russian military officers tried to use computers to invade the French elections, the Winter Olympics, and US hospitals and businesses. It detailed destructive attacks on a wide range of targets and hinted at the same Kremlin that interfered with the 2016 U.S. election. The indictment alleges that the defendants are …

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Japan is expected to announce that radioactive water released from the paralyzed Fukushima nuclear power plant will be discharged into the ocean

In the years after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami destroyed the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, low levels of radiation were found in seawater samples collected from Tillamook Bay and Golden Beach in Oregon. Now, nearly ten years after the nuclear disaster, people’s concerns about Fukushima’s radioactive water have risen again. Reason: According to international news reports, the Japanese …

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Six Russian military officers charged with cyberattacks targeting the 2018 Olympics and French elections

Washington- Federal prosecutors announced on Monday that the United States had filed a complaint against six Russian military intelligence officials for these attacks involving cyber attacks on the Ukrainian power grid, the 2017 French election and the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The 50-page indictment opened by the Federal Court of Pittsburgh detailed computer intrusions and malware attacks by members of …

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Trinidad sends team to inspect idle Venezuelan oil tanker

The Trinidad environmental organization Fishermen and Friends of the Sea said it took a picture of a ship “Nabarima” that dangerously listed the Venezuelan flag off its east coast. Courtesy of Fishermen and Friends of the Sea After the US tightened sanctions, after a Venezuelan oil tanker carrying nearly 55 million gallons of crude oil was abandoned off the country’s …

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With 40 million infections worldwide, California has become a region with fewer new COVID-19 infections among 5 states

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 40 million. As the United States enters its third peak, the number will continue to climb, generating more than 50,000 cases of the virus every day. In the United States, as cases continue to rise nationwide, some states are trying to take more targeted measures. The new round of virus closures …

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Brazilian Research Institute says China’s Sinovac vaccine is safe

By Roxanne Liu and Anthony Boadle BEIJING/SAO PAULO (Reuters)-Preliminary results released on Monday showed that the experimental coronavirus vaccine developed by Sinovac Biotechnology in China appears to be safe in late-stage clinical trials in Brazil. The Butantan Institute in São Paulo is one of Brazil’s leading biomedical research centers and is currently undergoing phase 3 trials. He said that the …

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