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Nokia becomes 5G supplier for Finland and Baltic countries

The Finnish company Nokia will supply Telia company with around 7.5 thousand 5G transmitters in Finland, the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, the equipment provider said. Telia is a corporation specializing in telecommunications. Its main office is based in Stockholm. The governments of Sweden...

Cyprus authorities are looking for an alternative to the Golden Passport Programme

In return for the discredited gold passport programme, the Cyprus authorities will come up with something else, the Cyprus Mail newspaper reported on 19 October, citing sources in the Cyprus government. According to preliminary information, a solution that would be an alternative to the cancelled...

Number of supporters of Scottish independence rises to a record level

More than half (58%) of the Scottish respondents are in favour of the region's independence from the UK, a record high, media reported on Wednesday citing opinion poll data from Ipsos Mori. "Our recent survey is pouring water onto a nationalist mill, but it looks grim for Unionists (Unity with...

Donald Trump diagnosed with COVID-19

US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania have been infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus. The US President announced this on his Twitter. According to the American leader, he and his wife tested positive for the infection. “We will immediately begin to comply with quarantine and treatment....

Kuwait names Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah as its new emir

Diplomats and analysts expect Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah to maintain Kuwait’s investment, oil and foreign policies and focus on domestic matters including boosting its finances which have taken a hit because of the coronavirus. On Wednesday, Kuwait’s new emir was sworn in at parliament. The...

Germany increases scrutiny on telecom network vendors, aims to keeps Huawei out

While Britain has banned Huawei, France is likelly to informally exclude it, and Germany aims to effectively strangle it in red tape. In a significant development, Angela Merkel’s government has agreed in principle to bolster oversight of the country’s telecoms network but stopped short of banning...

29 Arrested In France As Police Bust A Cryptocurrency Scheme To Finance Jihadis

A complex scheme for financing Islamist extremists in Syria through the use of cryptocurrencies was broken recently by the French police who arrested 29 people from various places all around the country in a vast operation.   Search warrants are out for the two main figures in the scheme,...

Germany Drafts Law For Hastening ‘Low-Carbon Transport’ Transition

For the first time, airlines will also need to get percentage of their energy consumption from “renewable sources”. Germany has plans of hastening the “low-carbon transport” transition, whereby bringing the deadline to 2026 for “14% of fuel used in transport” to be sourced from “renewable energy”,...

Why Does Singapore Have Global Lowest Mortality Rates Due To COVID-19?

The Health Ministry of Singapore reported that its has been over two months that no death has occurred in the island country due to COVID-19 infection. On the global scale, Singapore is at the bottom of the list on COVID-19 infected fatality rates as the country registered only “27 deaths” while...

Mexican authorities arrest oil tanker involved in the theft of fuel

Mexico's National Agency for Industrial Safety and the Environment in the Hydrocarbon Sector (ASEA) announced the arrest of the Blue Commander tanker, an oil depot and tanker trucks involved in the theft of fuel from the Pemex pipeline. "The ship and its crew were arrested for alleged possession...
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