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US general in charge of cybersecurity pledges ‘surge’ to address ransomware attacks

US general in charge of cybersecurity pledges ‘surge’ to address ransomware attacks US general in charge of cybersecurity pledges ‘surge’ to address ransomware attacks The general leading the fight against cyberattacks on America has announced a “surge” to defend against a wave of malicious operations. In an interview on Tuesday with the Associated Press, General Paul Nakasone said government specialists …

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Myanmar’s Army Escalates Attacks on a Struggling Resistance

Myanmar’s Army Escalates Attacks on a Struggling Resistance

Myanmar’s Army Escalates Attacks on a Struggling Resistance Myanmar’s Army Escalates Attacks on a Struggling Resistance The Myanmar soldiers attacked the village of Yay Shin, deep in the furrows of the Himalayan foothills, just after dusk, descending with flamethrowers and heavy weaponry. Clutching aging AK-47s smuggled from India and Thailand, members of a self-proclaimed People’s Defense Force returned fire so …

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Trial Over November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks Begins

Trial Over November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks Begins

Trial Over November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks Begins Trial Over November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks Begins PARIS — Marilyn Garnier, a survivor of a terrorist attack at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, can never forget that evening. It was Nov. 13, 2015. Firecracker noises erupted at the back of the crowd. Her partner pushed her to the floor, where …

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Black Vulture Attacks on Animals May Be Increasing

Black Vulture Attacks on Animals May Be Increasing

Black Vulture Attacks on Animals May Be Increasing Black Vulture Attacks on Animals May Be Increasing The scenes described of Indiana farmlands and elsewhere seem like they leapt from a page in a horror novel, with black vultures descending into the forests and pastures of the Midwest and beyond. Farmers tell of ferocious attacks on their animals: wakes of funereal, …

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After one of the deadliest attacks in 20 years of war, many people are still trying to reach the airport.

After one of the deadliest attacks in 20 years of war, many people are still trying to reach the airport.

After one of the deadliest attacks in 20 years of war, many people are still trying to reach the airport. After one of the deadliest attacks in 20 years of war, many people are still trying to reach the airport. The reported toll of the bombing outside Kabul’s airport rose sharply on Friday, with local health officials saying that as …

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Psaki accused of lying about Biden dog Major’s biting attacks

Psaki accused of lying about Biden dog Major’s biting attacks Psaki accused of lying about Biden dog Major’s biting attacks Joe Biden’s White House press secretary has been accused of lying about the president’s dog Major’s biting attacks. Jen Psaki was pressed on the issue by a New York Post reporter at her daily briefing, and was accused of failing …

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Fatal Attraction: Scientists Blame Sea Snake Attacks on Sex Drive

Fatal Attraction: Scientists Blame Sea Snake Attacks on Sex Drive

Fatal Attraction: Scientists Blame Sea Snake Attacks on Sex Drive Fatal Attraction: Scientists Blame Sea Snake Attacks on Sex Drive If you are ever scuba-diving and a six-foot-long sea snake comes storming out of the shadows, here is what you should know. First, remain calm. Though sea snakes rarely attack recreational divers, a venomous bite from one can quickly turn …

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9-11 anniversary and religious holidays could be ‘catalyst’ for terror attacks, DHS warns

9-11 anniversary and religious holidays could be ‘catalyst’ for terror attacks, DHS warns 9-11 anniversary and religious holidays could be ‘catalyst’ for terror attacks, DHS warns An updated advisory from the US Department of Homeland Security warns that upcoming religious holidays and the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks “could serve as a catalyst for acts of targeted …

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‘Havana Syndrome’ Attacks Still a Mystery

'Havana Syndrome' Attacks Still a Mystery

‘Havana Syndrome’ Attacks Still a Mystery ‘Havana Syndrome’ Attacks Still a Mystery He wrote that two senior officials — Brian P. McKeon, a deputy secretary of state, and Ambassador Pamela Spartan — were leading a State Department task force that has begun to hold town-hall-style meetings in embassies that were suspected targets. There has been a similar effort underway at …

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University union slams ‘biggest attacks on arts in living memory’ after watchdog cuts subsidy

University union slams ‘biggest attacks on arts in living memory’ after watchdog cuts subsidy University union slams ‘biggest attacks on arts in living memory’ after watchdog cuts subsidy A university union has condemned what it called the “biggest attack on arts in living memory” after a watchdog confirmed it would be reducing funding given to some subjects. The Office for …

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