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A hacker managed to gain access into a security camera in an eight-year-old girl's room in the United States and used it to terrorise her, according to a report by CNN.
A 48-hour run at demos for 12 upcoming games began 10am Pacific on Dec 12, as part of The Game Awards 2019, from paintbrush adventure Chicory: A Colourful Tale and furniture-lugging rush Moving Out to a long-awaited remake of space station thriller System Shock.
Can bots save lives? An Indonesian architect who harnesses social media to improve disaster relief – a project that on Dec 12 could win a US$250,000 (RM1.03mil) international award – believes so.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday took Republican President Donald Trump to the brink of impeachment by approving two charges against him over his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden.
KABUL (Reuters) - U.S. negotiators are taking a "brief pause" from talks with the Taliban after the militants launched a suicide attack on a U.S. base outside Kabul killing two civilians, Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Former British Paralympian Victoria Aggar has resigned from the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) Athlete Committee over the organisation's handling of the Russian doping scandal.
PERTH (Reuters) - New Zealand's debutant paceman Lockie Ferguson will be unable to bowl for the remainder of the first test against Australia because of a calf injury, New Zealand Cricket said on Friday.
JAKARTA (ANN): State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir has ordered the country’s SOEs to provide more protection for female employees to ensure they no longer face sexual harassment in male-dominated industries.
(Reuters) - Marcos Baghdatis, who ended his playing career earlier this year, is returning to tennis as a coaching consultant for Elina Svitolina, the women's world number six has said.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Canadian lawyer William Schabas, an international scholar on genocide, has been criticised by friend and foe for first researching crimes against the Muslim Rohingya of Myanmar, and now defending the state accused of perpetrating them.