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    Fears grow over jihadist cyber threat
    Jan28

    Fears grow over jihadist cyber threat

    Jihadists have yet to shut down a power grid, paralyse a transport network or banking system or take over a key industrial site from afar, but experts say the threat of such a cyber attack should be taken seriously. Analysts fear that while extremist groups may not have the necessary skills themselves, they could hire someone else to wreak havoc....

    Family of killed businessman hit out at his ‘Black Widow’
    Jan28

    Family of killed businessman hit out at his ‘Black Widow’

    Barry Pring, 47, was celebrating his first wedding anniversary with his internet bride when he was killed by a speeding car in Kiev in February 2008. …read more Source: Daily...

    Trump says he is only in early stages of considering lifting Russia sanctions
    Jan28

    Trump says he is only in early stages of considering lifting Russia sanctions

    British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump gesture towards each other during their joint news conference at the White House in Washington, US, on January 27, 2017. Photo: Reuters WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump said on Friday he is only in the early stages of considering whether to lift US sanctions on Russia, as...

     ‘Rumors circulate that Azerbaijan set a goal to occupy Sarsang reservoir in April:’ Armen Vardanyan
    Jan28

     ‘Rumors circulate that Azerbaijan set a goal to occupy Sarsang reservoir in April:’ Armen Vardanyan

    A day before, the winter session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) passed the Head of the Ukrainian delegation to PACE, Volodymyr Ariev’s report “Attacks against journalists and media freedom in Europe.” Paragraph 9 of the … …read more Source:...

    Fears grow over jihadist cyber threat
    Jan28

    Fears grow over jihadist cyber threat

    LILLE: Jihadists have yet to shut down a power grid, paralyse a transport network or banking system or take over a key industrial site from afar, but experts say the threat of such a cyber attack should be taken seriously. Analysts fear that while extremist groups may not have the necessary skills themselves, they could hire someone else to wreak...

    Trump’s unpredictability already troubles US friends
    Jan28

    Trump’s unpredictability already troubles US friends

    US President Donald Trump speaks at the Armed Services Ball in Washington, US, on January 20, 2017. Photo: Reuters WASHINGTON: New US President Donald Trump’s “America First” rhetoric and confrontational negotiating style have sparked frantic calls to the White House and Congress from diplomats and lobbyists concerned the United States no...

    Trump vows ‘new vetting’ to weed out Islamic radicals
    Jan28

    Trump vows ‘new vetting’ to weed out Islamic radicals

    by Dave Clark | Making good on one of his most controversial campaign promises US President Donald Trump suspends the entire US refugee resettlement program for at least 120 days -AFP photo WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump signed a sweeping new executive order to suspend refugee arrivals and impose tough new controls on travelers from seven...

    Trump orders strict new refugee screening, citing terrorists
    Jan28

    Trump orders strict new refugee screening, citing terrorists

    WASHINGTON: Setting a hard-line tone on national security, US President Donald Trump on Friday suspended the nation’s refugee programme for four months, aiming to keep “radical Islamic terrorists” out of the United States. Trump traveled to the Pentagon, where he joined Defense Secretary Jim Mattis for the signing of an executive action to...

    Trump says ‘very early’ to consider lifting sanctions on Russia
    Jan28

    Trump says ‘very early’ to consider lifting sanctions on Russia

    U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that it is “very early” to talk about lifting sanctions on Russia in relation to the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Protesters Vow To Indefinitely Block Rail Lines To Eastern Ukraine
    Jan28

    Protesters Vow To Indefinitely Block Rail Lines To Eastern Ukraine

    Ukrainian nationalists on January 27 vowed to indefinitely block a railway line into eastern Ukraine to protest against trade with Russia-backed separatists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...