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The paper says that ransomware, where a ransom is demanded to decrypt stolen information, has spread globally.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopia's state-appointed human rights commission said on Tuesday that a Tigrayan youth group stabbed, strangled, and bludgeoned to death an estimated 600 civilians with the collusion of local security forces during a mass killing in the town of Mai Kadra.
It can get extremely messy trying to sort through what’s real and what’s fake. Trolls often pretend to be members of online communities, from K-pop fans to LGBTQ activists, researchers say.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican said on Friday that it had asked Instagram to investigate how a "like" attributed to Pope Francis' official account ended up on a photo of a scantily clad Brazilian model.
SUNDOWN, Texas (Reuters) - Brett Fryar is like many mainstream Republicans. A 50-year-old chiropractor in this west Texas town, he owns a small business. He has two undergraduate degrees and a master’s degree, in organic chemistry. He attends Southcrest Baptist Church in nearby Lubbock, where he has previously taught Sunday school and bible studies.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - At least three rockets were fired at Eritrea's capital from Ethiopia on Saturday night, five regional diplomats said, a major escalation of a conflict pitting Ethiopian government troops against rebellious local forces in the Tigray region.
ADDIS ABABA/AL FASHQA, Sudan (Reuters) - The United Nations voiced concern on Friday that the conflict between Ethiopian government forces and insurgent northern leaders could spiral out of control and said war crimes may already have been committed.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Scores and probably hundreds of people were stabbed or hacked to death in an area of Ethiopia's Tigray region two days ago, rights group Amnesty International said on Thursday.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's military has defeated local forces in the west of Tigray state, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Thursday, accusing his foes of atrocities during a week of fighting that threatens to destabilise the Horn of Africa.
Following Donald Trump’s quick recovery from Covid-19 last month, advertisements appeared on the dark web – the seamy underbelly of the Internet – selling what they claimed was Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc’s drug that the president touted as a ‘miracle’ cure – even though it hadn’t yet been approved for public sale.