US Justice Department announced indictments of four members of China's People's Liberation Army for alleged involvement in the massive 2017 hack of the database of giant US credit rating agency Equifax.
Local government spokesman Rohit Kansal said broadband internet services in government-run hospitals would also be restored. The curbs on broadband internet and mobile internet services for other users will remain.
Football star Mesut Ozil on Friday accused Muslims of staying silent over what he called China’s persecution of Uighurs in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, prompting anger from China.
It was not immediately clear who was behind the overnight attack, and protesters said they did not know whether the masked gunmen were riot police, special forces or militias. Around 240 anti-government protester have been killed this month.
Hong Kong police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters, many wearing banned face masks, who had converged on the Kowloon harbour-front tourist district to denounce perceived police brutality over months of unrest.
Meanwhile, Mexico's Congress grills Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, demands more details on what exactly he agreed to in the last-minute deal brokered a week ago to dodge Trump's threat to impose tariffs on Mexican goods.
Ten suspected cybercriminals have been charged with conspiracy to commit computer fraud, conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering after they caused over $100 million in financial losses.
Attacks occurred between September and December 2018. Most originated from Strontium group, which the tech giant previously associated with the Russian government.
Nigerians head to the polls on Saturday to vote in presidential and parliamentary elections. Security has emerged as a key concern for voters, and it's not only about the safety of the country, they are concerned whether there voices will be heard.
Ankara is ready to boost cooperation with Iraq in the areas of infrastructure, security and defence, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a joint press conference with his Iraqi counterpart Barham Salih, in Ankara on Thursday.
South Korea's Unification Ministry says police are investigating the hacking attack but have yet to identify the source.
“This is a war. But we don’t know who is attacking; we don’t know why we’re fighting.”
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