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Officials at London’s Heathrow Airport recently seized nearly $5 million worth of gold bars that are believed to be linked to drug cartels thriving in South America.
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<p>Proprietary Starbucks software is going to facilitate&#xA0;rewards, ordering, payment, personalized information, and offers for other restaurants in the industry.</p><br /><p>Starbucks may soon be rivaling the services of another Seattle-based megacorporation.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><div class="feedflare"><br /> <br /></div>
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The UK has been indecisive regarding its allowance of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei access to its 5G infrastructure network. Britain has found itself caught up in the trade war between the US and China, where the US has imposed tariffs and restricted purchases from Chinese companies on the basis of "national security".
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US senator dismisses cop-out, suggests jail time for execs

Data-spaffing consumer credit biz Equifax is offering a package of roughly $700m in order to kill off lawsuits regarding its 2017 super-cyber-heist.…

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On 27 January 1968, during the exercises of the French fleet, the French submarine “La Minerve” disappeared in the Mediterranean with 52 people on board.
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<p>A new law in the state will make it illegal to label products like &#x201C;plant-based meat,&#x201D; &#x201C;cauliflower rice,&#x201D; or &#x201C;almond milk.&#x201D; Plant-based producers (and the ACLU) say that&#x2019;s a violation of the First Amendment.</p><br /><p>In Arkansas, it&#x2019;s about to be illegal to call a veggie burger a veggie burger. The new law, set to go into effect on July 24, is the latest in a series of state laws to ban plant-based meat producers from using &#x201C;meat&#x201D; and related words in the
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ir labelling. But a&#xA0;new federal lawsuit argues that the Arkansas law violates both the First Amendment right to free speech and the Fourteenth Amendment right to due process.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><div class="feedflare"><br /> <br /></div>
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Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable announced in March that he would make way for a successor following the UK local elections. Jo Swinson and Ed Davey subsequently became the candidates to replaced him. He confirmed his departure date as the 23rd of June following the announcement of Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation.
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The popular media playing software VLC was recently found to have a critical security flaw. Upon exploit, this flaw can



Critical VLC Media Player Vulnerability Discovered By German Researchers on Latest Hacking News.

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<p>In a digital age filled with data, some of the best insights can be found via actual conversations on customer calls. Three strategies from recent webinars on how to turn that data into better marketing.</p> <br /><p>The post Customer calls: Using call insights en masse for better marketing appeared first on ClickZ.</p>
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Italy's Lega party will "not take no for an answer" regarding the issue of autonomy for Lombardy and Veneto, Matteo Salvini, the Italian deputy prime minister and the Lega leader, announced on Monday.
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The day before, the Foreign Office stated that UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt had spoken to his French and German counterparts over Iran's seizure of the UK-flagged tanker in the Gulf.
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It has only been a couple of months since we heard of the official departure of GandCrab ransomware. And now,



GandCrab Out – Sodinokibi In! Meet The New Sodinokibi Ransomware on Latest Hacking News.

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<p>How can the disaster-relief world change people&#x2019;s perceptions to increase donations?</p><br /><p>Over the last two years, the United States has experienced 30 natural disasters that have each caused at least a billion dollars worth of damage. In many cases, the damage toll was far higher: The 2017 trifecta of Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma combined for a total of $265 billion in losses.</p><p>Read Full Story</p><div class="feedflare"><br /> <br /></div>
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Earlier, after the detention of a British-flagged tanker by Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Friday, UK media announced that the Royal Navy would be beefing up its military presence in the Persian Gulf with the deployment of marines and a nuclear-powered submarine.
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Police in Paris are already investigating the incident which took place late last week, when Prince Emanuel-Philibert of Savoy along with his wife and two children were out of their apartment in the French capital.
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One more phishing scam has caught the attention of the researchers. Again, researchers have caught an email phishing campaign that



Phishing Campaign Tricks Users Via SHTML File Attachments on Latest Hacking News.

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Last week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel denied during a press conference in Berlin, rumours about her health issues, adding that she was capable of carrying out her job.
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<p>Bren&#xE9; Brown makes it seem so easy. It&#x2019;s not.</p><br /><p>Vulnerability is a hot topic right now, with leading voices like Bren&#xE9; Brown and Elizabeth Gilbert sharing research-driven reasons to let down your guard at work and make space for real understanding and empathy. It&#x2019;s an easy concept to buy into. Wouldn&#x2019;t we all like to live in a world where people were honest about their insecurities and needs, rather than projecting overconfidence and aggression, especially in business?</p><p>Read Full Story</p
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Terra Cognita is back with some more thought provoking words.   Infinity and Beyond! Scientology isn’t surviving. It won’t survive. It can’t survive. For the time being, the only thing keeping it afloat is getting members to pay for the next this-is-gonna-change-everything, planet-busting project. Over the last few decades, the church has launched one after […]
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A man who triggered a huge police investigation in the UK after he alleged MPs and other prominent people had run a paedophile ring has been found guilty. Carl Beech, a 50-year-old former NHS manager, was convicted of 12 charges of perverting the course of justice and one of fraud.
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Twitter seems to suffer a crucial design flaw that threat actors can exploit to target users. As discovered, the Twitter



Hackers Can Manipulate Twitter Cards To Phish Twitter Users on Latest Hacking News.

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In recent years, the Nordic nation has seen an upward trend in robberies, with 2018 becoming a new peak.
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<p>As days of extreme heat get more common, there are a few simple solutions that cities around the world are implementing to keep people a little more comfortable.</p><br /><p>If you bike down a street on the edge of Los Angeles&#x2019;s Echo Park neighborhood, you&#x2019;ll see a sudden change in the pavement on one block, where the black asphalt shifts to white. A little over a year ago, the city covered the street with a special coating&#x2014;light in color, so it reflects the sun&#x2014;as part of a plan to help cool L.A. as the world keeps getting
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According to Le Parisien, the gendarmes of the Republican Guard spotted a man on CCTV as he was climbing the wall of the National Assembly's building to remove a tricolour flag. When the thief climbed down, they apprehended him and took the flag.
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It is but WAF-er thin... – report

Network overlord Cisco is reportedly planning to purchase Signal Sciences, a frequent cybersecurity collaborator and member of the Cisco Security Technical Alliance.…

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Johnson slammed the UK civil service for making the “simple” Brexit process more complicated, writing that the UK only needed to rediscover its “sense of mission”.
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 In April 2018, The Times reported a rape allegation had been made against Elphicke in November 2017 at the height of the Westminster sex scandal, but police had not informed him of it for about five months.
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[A 2016 Scientology staff recruiting ad]

One of our most reliable Los Angeles area correspondents, who has gotten into numerous Scientology events and reported on them for us, told us that they were struck by a sudden change in plans that they found pretty significant.

This is their report. We’d like to hear from our veterans [...]

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UK's Minister of State for Europe and the Americas Alan Duncan has resigned, a statement issued by the country's Foreign Office says.
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On 22 July eight years ago, Anders Behring Breivik bombed the Norwegian government quarter in Oslo and attacked the Labour Party's summer camp on Utøya Island, killing a total of 77 people.