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As Tensions Simmer In the Korean Peninsula, U.S., North Korea Flex Military Muscles

 As nations in the region stepped up diplomatic talks to defuse a brewing crisis over Kim Jong Un’s nuclear program, the U.S. and North Korea both showed off their military prowess on Tuesday.   U.S. Naval Forces Korea said in a statement that the South Korean port of Busan saw that...

US Aircraft Carrier Could Be Struck At Any Point, Says North Korea

Even as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S. carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific, in to demonstrate its military might, North Korea was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft, it said.   In response to rising tension over the North's nuclear and missile tests, and its threats to...

Ahead Of Tough Brexit Negotiations, Europe Welcomes UK Snap Elections

The upcoming snap election in Britain will bring more clarity to current Brexit negotiations and will lead to a "strong" leadership in Westminster, European officials have shown indicated that they desire   EU officials do not foresee any impact on the U.K.'s process to leave the...

China starts corruption therapy in the financial sector

The anti-corruption watchdogs in China once again turned their attention to the country's financial sector after launching an investigation against several high-ranking industry figures, South China Morning Post writes. PRC journalists came to this conclusion after it became known that Yang Jiacai,...

Newly Released Documents By Hackers Indicate That The SWIFT System Was Compromised By NSA For Monitoring Monetary Transactions Between Banks Of Various Countries

Shadow Brokers’ posts highlight breaches in the SWIFT security system as they contain “information you can only get if you compromise the system”, concludes experts. By taking a look into the documents released by hackers on Friday, the cyber-security expert conclude that the files provided a...

Various Countries’ Computer Security Watchdogs Collaboratively Discover Activities Related To Large Scale ‘International Cyber-Attack’

The IT services were tapped into for gathering the consumer information for selecting possible targets and conducting “Cloud Hopper” cyber-attacks. The Swedish watchdog of computer security uncovered a possible “large-scale” cyber-attack that targeted the U.S., Sweden, and Japanese organisations...

Europeans keep € 15 billion in obsolete money

Outdated banknotes and coins for a total amount of more than € 15 billion have not been exchanged for euros in the euro area, which roughly corresponds to annual value of Latvia's imports, reports Bloomberg. Almost half of the region’s "hidden treasures" belong to German citizens, despite the fact...

Japan invited to conclude a trade agreement with the EU

One of the main allies of Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Japan to sign a trade agreement with the European Union as soon as possible, especially in the light of the protectionist signals that come from US President Donald Trump, Reuters reports. Volker Kauder, head Merkel’s conservative...

Present “Great Repeal Bill” Punches Holes On Prime Minister May’s Worker’s Rights Agenda

TUC warning demonstrate a shift of power to the judges for worker’s rights if the current reappal bill Persists. The “Trades Union Congress” gave out a warning stating that the plans of the United Kingdom involving the transfer of “EU law into British statue” following Brexit will give power in the...

China to become second largest importer of wine

China will become the world's second-largest wine importer, forging ahead of Britain by 2020, Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglis said. Currently, China ranks fifth in the world in terms of consumption of this drink. "Wine is becoming very fashionable (in China)," Deglis told CNBC. According to Head of...
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