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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...

Experts: Saudi Arabia has enough uranium to create nuclear weapon

Saudi Arabia's uranium reserves are estimated at about 90 thousand tons. This is enough to work on the nuclear program, writes The Guardian newspaper with reference to the report, which the journalists managed to get acquainted with. "The publication of such data will heighten concerns that Riyadh...

Chinese Firm Snooping On Million Around The World, Harnessed Personal Details From Dark Web

Chinese authorities and agencies have been found to be snooping on millions of people all around the world as it harnessed personal data from the dark web.     The Chinese company under the scanner of cyber security experts all around the world is Shenzhen-based data company...

WHO notes record rise in COVID incidence, UN suggests systemic approach to fight pandemic

The number of new cases of the coronavirus infection is returning to record levels, as evidenced by data regularly published by the World Health Organization (WHO). Austria and the Czech Republic have already announced the beginning of the second wave. Israel was the first in the world to return...

European Commissioner Gentiloni does not expect euro zone to exit the crisis soon

Paolo Gentiloni, a member of the European Commission for the economy, believes that most of the eurozone countries will not reach pre-crisis GDP levels by the end of 2021. He said this after a meeting of the Eurogroup - the Council of Eurozone Finance Ministers. "The second quarter GDP data...

Bahrain Becomes The Fourth Middle East Country To Normalizes Ties With Israel

Following close on the heels of the United Arab Emirates, another Middle East country Bahrain has decided to normalize ties with Israel. The to countries made this surprise announcement and said that this measure will help to ease tensions in the region.   The news was tweeted by the United...

EU asks Facebook to suspend transmission of user data to the US

The European regulator for the protection of personal data has sent a preliminary order to the American Facebook to suspend the transfer of data of its users to the United States, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with the situation. "The EU privacy regulator has sent...
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