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Experts Believe North Korea Is Behind A New $100 Million Cryptocurrency Breach

North Korean hackers are most certainly responsible for an attack last week that stole up to $100 million in cryptocurrencies from a US company, according to three digital investigative firms.   The cryptoassets were taken on June 23 through Horizon Bridge, a Harmony blockchain-operated...

NATO accuses China of undermining international order

A new NATO strategic concept approved at the North Atlantic Alliance summit in Madrid on June 29 claims that China is attempting to take control of important industrial and logistical sectors in order to strengthen its influence in efforts to alter the global order. "Our shared interests, security,...

Egypt agrees to buy wheat from India

The country’s Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, Aly al-Moselhy stated at a press conference on Sunday that "an agreement has been reached with India for the supply of 180,000 tons of wheat." He said that this shipment will soon reach Egypt. "Egypt now has very good strategic reserves for...

WHO: Over 3,000 cases of monkeypox detected worldwide

According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization, more than 3,200 confirmed cases of monkeypox have already been discovered in 48 countries since the beginning of the year. Only one official case of the disease-related death has been reported, according to...

Dubai Company Provides Safety For Russian Oil Tankers On India’s Behalf

According to official data, India is providing safety certification for dozens of ships controlled by a Dubai subsidiary of prominent Russian shipping giant Sovcomflot, allowing oil exports to India and abroad after Western certifiers abandoned their services due to worldwide sanctions imposed on...

Sri Lanka: Our economy is ruined

Collapse of the nation's economy, according to Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, is the government's most pressing issue. Sri Lanka is going through its biggest economic crisis since gaining independence in 1948. In mid-April, Sri Lankan authorities declared a temporary default on...

The Netherlands turn back to coal power plants

The Netherlands has agreed to relax limitations on coal-fired power stations from 2022 to 2024 to lessen the possibility of gas shortages, according to the cabinet. "Because the possibility of gas shortages has grown, the cabinet agreed today to eliminate the coal-fired power plant ban for the...

UK Home Office to introduce electronic tagging of illegal migrants

The UK Home Office has begun a 12-month trial programme to trace whereabouts of illegal migrants coming in the nation using electronic tracking. Authorities want to see how successful electronic tagging is at "enhancing and sustaining communication" with illegal immigrants throughout their asylum...

Japan Today: Japanese farmers to replace rice with grain

Farmers in Japan must lower rice production while increasing wheat and soybean production, reports Japan Today, referring to results of a government survey. According to a spokesman from the country's government, this is mostly due to increased global grain costs. 37 of Japan's 47 prefectures...

U.S. congressmen propose to limit investments in China

According to the Wall Street Journal, US politicians want to make it more difficult for US corporations to participate in China's economy. A measure has been created that would require US companies to declare certain sorts of investments. Following that, they'll be put to the test to see if they're...
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