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    South Sudan Deports Three US Citizens Who Served in Military
    Jun28

    South Sudan Deports Three US Citizens Who Served in Military

    South Sudan has deported three U.S. citizens, two of whom served in the military and a third who deserted, U.S. and South Sudanese officials said Wednesday, another chapter in an unusual tale of unofficial foreign interventions in the country. Social media accounts and a magazine interview in the names of two of the men suggested they had...

    News24.com | Firms scramble to recover from wave of cyberattacks
    Jun28

    News24.com | Firms scramble to recover from wave of cyberattacks

    Thousands of computer users across the globe have scrambled to reboot after a wave of ransomware cyberattacks spread from Ukraine and Russia through Europe to the US. …read more Source:...

    Business highlights June 28 2017
    Jun28

    Business highlights June 28 2017

    CMA gazettes Stewardship Code The Capital Markets Authority, Kenya’s market regulator, has announced the gazettement of the Stewardship Code for Institutional Investors (Stewardship Code) Kenya is now the second country in Africa, after South Africa, to introduce the framework. The Stewardship Code is aimed at empowering institutional...

    Global cyber ransomware attack spreads
    Jun28

    Global cyber ransomware attack spreads

    A global cyber attack‚ which was initiated in the Ukraine‚ spread on Wednesday to other countries in Europe‚ less than two months after the last worldwide ransom ware attack. …read more Source: The...

    Not About Money: Why Poland, Ukraine are Boosting Military Equipment Trade
    Jun28

    Not About Money: Why Poland, Ukraine are Boosting Military Equipment Trade

    Poland and Ukraine have signed military-technical cooperation agreement, under which Ukraine will supply its radar-guided R-27R1 missiles, the main armament on Poland ‘s Soviet-era MiG-29 fighters. Kiev, in return, will get surveillance and guidance devices from Poland for its armored vehicles. Sputnik Polska discussed the issue with Russian...

    News24.com | Former Trump campaign chair registers as a foreign agent
    Jun28

    News24.com | Former Trump campaign chair registers as a foreign agent

    Former Trump campaign chairperson Paul Manafort has registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for more than $17m worth of consulting work he performed for a Ukrainian political party. …read more Source:...

    Tech: Victims of the global cyberattack have paid $9,000 so far but can’t get their files back
    Jun28

    Tech: Victims of the global cyberattack have paid $9,000 so far but can’t get their files back

    German email operator Posteo said it shut the hackers' account — leaving the victims out of luck. Victims of the ongoing Petya cyberattack have paid £7,064 ($9,000) in Bitcoin to hackers so far to try and get their files back — but they won’t have much luck. The cyberattack broke out on Tuesday, impacting the Ukrainian government...

    Cyber attack sweeps globe, researchers see ‘WannaCry’ link
    Jun28

    Cyber attack sweeps globe, researchers see ‘WannaCry’ link

    Moscow/Kiev/Washington – A major global cyber attack disrupted computers at Russia’s biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms with a virus similar to the ransomware that infected more than 300 000 computers last month .The rapidly spreading cyber extortion campaign, which began on Tuesday, underscored growing...

    Italy FM’s Crimea Statement Shows Poor Knowledge of History – Lawmaker
    Jun28

    Italy FM’s Crimea Statement Shows Poor Knowledge of History – Lawmaker

    ROME (Sputnik) — The recent statement made by Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano about non-recognition of Crimea’s reunification with Russia shows the diplomat’s poor knowledge of history, Stefano Valdegamberi, a member of Italy’s Veneto regional council, told Sputnik on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Alfano said that Italy...

    Finance: 10 things you need to know in markets today
    Jun28

    Finance: 10 things you need to know in markets today

    Everything you need to know on Wednesday morning. Good morning! Here’s what you need to know in markets on Wednesday. 1. Splits over Brexit emerged yesterday at the very highest levels of the British government as the Brexit secretary accused the chancellor of inconsistency and Boris Johnson faced mockery, the Times reports. Prime Minister...

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