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Commuters stopped in their tracks as the swarm filled the air in Greenwich Church Street, close to Greenwich market, on Tuesday evening. Abigail Hering, who runs a nearby jewellery shop, described the swarm as "absolutely crazy". They were on me. Ms Hering said onlookers seemed shocked at the "hideous" sight, but she added: 'It was quite exciting really'. "They were in your hair, on your top".
  • New cyber chaos appears to have been avoided in Europe: Europol

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    It crippled Britain's National Health Service; patients expecting scheduled operations were turned away. Several hospital trusts have been hit by a huge cyber attack across UK. -National Security Agency for its own intelligence-gathering purposes and later leaked online. Make sure your antivirus product is up to date and run a scan: If you don't have any antivirus software on your computer, you could install one of the free trial versions from a reputable vendor such as McAfee or AVG.
  • Iran's first VP drops out of presidential race to back President Rouhani

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    Iran's presidential election shifted toward a straight fight between moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani and a leading conservative cleric, a contest that polls suggest is too close to call. He was very active in foreign affairs, vigorously defending Iran's nuclear program against the West criticism and propagating anti-Zionist opinion. Seemingly encouraged by the country's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, hardliners have accused incumbent Hassan Rouhani of wanting to import Western ...
  • Trump mulling over Jerusalem embassy move: Tillerson

    Trump mulling over Jerusalem embassy move: Tillerson

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    Moving the USA embassy to Jerusalem would likely be seen as an unambiguous recognition of Israel's claims to complete territorial control, which could set off a political firestorm. "Israel's position has often been expressed to the American administration and to the world", the statement from the prime minister's office read.
  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Arguments presented by India, Pakistan at ICJ

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    He said that Jadhav "is a terrorist" and "India invoked the jurisdiction of this court improperly". "However, there is an apprehension that this being Pakistan.it will do what it wants, despite all our best efforts". The comments from the USA came hours after the two countries faced-off at the International Court of Justice over the the death penalty given to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav .
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    NC senator says "I'm fine" after race collapse

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    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on Sen. A North Carolina senator collapsed while running a race in Washington Wednesday morning, but said he was "doing well" after being hospitalized. Many politicians and other prominent Washington , D.C., figures run the annual race. All proceeds generated by the race are donated to charity. Gov.
  • Russia Makes Play To Bar US From Most Of Syrian Sky

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    The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Syrian fighter jets on Saturday bombed rebel positions in Hama. The Britain-based Observatory said a child was killed in government shelling in parts of Homs province that fall within the de-escalation zones, the first civilian death in the zones since the deal began coming into effect.
  • Comey documented Trump request to drop Flynn investigation in memo

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    It promises to have grave implications for the longevity of an administration that appears to slip deeper into utter disarray by the hour. January 22, 2017: Two days after taking office, Trump appears to single out Comey at a White House reception to thank law enforcement officers and others that helped during the inauguration.
  • Local security experts weighs in on worldwide cyber attack

    Local security experts weighs in on worldwide cyber attack

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    Security company Symantec says that ransomware attacks jumped by more than one-third to over 483,800 incidents in 2016. WikiLeaks' release of CIA hacking tools in March and the stealing of a Microsoft Windows vulnerability from the National Security Agency last month has caused alarm in many security circles.
  • Nigeria on the alert as cyber-attack hits 99 countries

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    Russian Federation appeared to be the hardest hit, according to security experts, with the country's Interior Ministry confirming it was struck. Security experts said it appeared to be caused by a self-replicating piece of software that enters companies when employees click on email attachments, then spreads quickly as employees share documents.