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Theresa May’s three years as the Prime Minister of the UK will end for good next Wednesday when the secret ballot of the most batty, selfish, greedy, bigoted and privileged in British society selects Bonkers Boris Johnson to replace her.
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According to the police, the released substance was a 'CS gas', otherwise known as tear gas.
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Drupal CMS Critical Severity Vulnerability V8.7.4, Slack Resetting 65 Thousand Passwords Compromised , Banks Facing New Hacker Campaign Using SHTML,



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If you use Slack, a popular cloud-based team collaboration server, and recently received an email from the company about a security incident, don't panic and read this article before taking any action.

Slack has been sending a "password reset" notification email to all those users who had not yet changed passwords for their Slack accounts since 2015 when the company suffered a massive data
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The tiny island nation of 360,000 people has the highest incidence of syphilis in all of Europe.
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On Monday, CNN published a report based on “exclusive documents”, said to have been obtained by the media outlet, claiming that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange worked with alleged Russian hackers and other intelligence officials in a bid to damage Hillary Clinton’s reputation and ruin her 2016 presidential run.
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The prime minister hopeful discussed the legal basis of his plan to finally steer the UK out of the EU by the 31 October deadline, citing his GATT 24 mantra – Paragraph 5(b) of Article 24 of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. However, he was caught off-guard when the presenter asked him about the very next point.
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The plane had parachutists aboard and crashed into a river outside Umea in northern Sweden at 14:09 local time, Swedish media have said.
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1984 is not an instruction manual, and yet here we are

As if further indication was needed of Britain's slide into a surveillance state, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has backed highly flawed police trials of facial recognition cameras.…

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[The FDA raid of Scientology in 1963]

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plays an outsized role in Scientology’s roster of villains. On January 4, 1963, five US Federal Marshals, accompanied by an FDA inspector and an officer of the Washington, DC police department, raided the downtown row house of the Washington Scientology org, [...]

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For the first time, Chinese medics and their armored equipment are traveling to Europe to train with a NATO power.
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A 37-year-old man has shocked guests on one of Rimini’s beaches after he started pleasuring himself in public, all the while clenching a knife in his hand. When the police arrived, the man was reportedly surrounded by an infuriated crowd. He turned his rage against the police and reportedly threatened them: “I will kill you... I'm an Arab man!”
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 I wanted to give Scientology the benefit of the doubt. A little while ago I went by the Cambridge, Ontario, Canada Ideal Org to see how things were going. It was during a weekday and was pretty dead at the time. I did a little write up on it and Tony posted it on the [...]

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The Labour Party has been accused of fostering anti-semitic elements and not doing enough to root out the problem with in the party. Corbyn supporters accuse elements of the media and those within the Labour Party who oppose Jeremy Corbyn as leader of weaponising anti-Semitism claims.
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Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking on Saturday by federal prosecutors with the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan according to an individual who is familiar with the proceedings.

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UK spy agency MI5 and the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) intelligence gathering unit earlier admitted in court that they act illegally in their use of bulk data.
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Banksy has kept an extremely low public profile throughout his entire career, but now there is speculation that he might have shown his face – or at least part of it – to journalists 16 years ago.
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I just happened across a copy of this letter from February 2015. This was the big push to try to get a St Hill Size org for March 13th. There hadn’t been one for more than a decade (and there still isn’t one today — importing Sea Org members to man LA Org doesnt count, […]
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European countries that criticised Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal have pledged to shield their commercial relations with Teheran from US sanctions in order to keep the Islamic Republic compliant with the agreement. Iran, however, has repeatedly stated that their efforts are insufficient.
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An unidentified flying object that may have been a missile crashed north of Nicosia on Monday, with no casualties, an official from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said.
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US digital giants such as Facebook, Google and Amazon that have built a formidable presence on the market, are currently facing a so-called “digital tax” from several European governments, which Washington has branded “discriminatory”.
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The German police yesterday raided the house of the developer of OmniRAT and seized his laptop, computer and mobile phones probably as part of an investigation into a recent cyber attack, a source told The Hacker News.

OmniRAT made headlines in November 2015 when its developer launched it as a legitimate remote administration tool for IT experts and companies to manage their devices with
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Paul Wiles: 'Clear and publicly accepted rules' needed for common data platform

The Ministry of Defence has been searching the police national fingerprint database without a “clearly defined lawful basis,” the UK's biometrics commissioner has said.…

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In the last two weeks, Florida has paid more than $1.1 million in bitcoin to cybercriminals to recover encrypted files from two separate ransomware attacks—one against Riviera Beach and the other against Lake City.

Lake City, a city in northern Florida, agreed on Monday to pay hackers 42 Bitcoin (equivalent to $573,300 at the current value) to unlock phone and email systems following a
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The Italian government and Lega party are pursuing a hardline policy on migration saying that Italy could not remain Europe's "refugee camp" while neighbouring countries close their borders and defend their frontiers with weapons.
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According to an unconfirmed report, the cause of the emergency landing was a bird hitting one of the plane's engines.
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The footage of the incident that occurred late Monday shows that the plane's left wing crashed into the bridge.
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Jeremy Hunt's campaign for Tory leader and UK prime minister has seem him outline spending plans for the military budget. As one of two candidates for prime minister, he hopes to win support from Conservative party members to establish Britain as a "first-rank military power".
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The ministers are expected to discuss alliance member commitments during the two-day summit, held amid rising tensions in the Middle East, with the US announcing the deployment of 1,000 extra troops and an airstrike carrier group to the region to oppose Iran.
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According to reports, during his time in the Daesh caliphate, Jihadi Jack married an Iraqi woman whose family were an influential part of Daesh in the western Iraqi city of Fallujah. The pair are said to have had two children together whom Jack has never met.