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The SolarWinds hackers’ abuse of Microsoft’s identity and access architecture – which validates users’ identities and grants them access to email, documents and other data – did the most dramatic harm, the nonpartisan Atlantic Council think tank said in a report.
REYKJAVIK: The Nordic region is losing its edge in green bitcoin mining, just as the industry faces growing scrutiny for its carbon emissions and everyone from Elon Musk to mom-and-pop investors pile in.
Hong Kong police, security chief issue ‘fake news’ warnings over media coverage of national security events
Row erupts over images showing children playing at police college open day with toy guns on mocked-up train, in scene said to resemble controversial 2019 protest incidentPolice chief slams some coverage of National Security Education Day, says arrests will be made where evidence shows breach of Beijing-decreed legislation
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic is expelling 18 Russian diplomats over suspicions that Russian intelligence services were involved in an ammunition depot explosion in 2014, its government said on Saturday.
MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Gunshots rang out late on Friday in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, witnesses said, when government troops approached the home of the city's former police commander who was sacked for opposing a move by the president to extend his term.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A series of attacks in Iraq this week illustrates the increasingly dangerous tangle of local and regional rivalries confronting the country's security in an election year, Iraqi security and government officials say.
SEOUL (Reuters): In a sweeping reshuffle, South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday (April 16) replaced the prime minister and six other cabinet members in a bid to revive his party, after devastating local election defeats, and his policy agenda.
SEOUL (Reuters) - In a sweeping reshuffle, South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday replaced the prime minister and six other cabinet members in a bid to revive his party, after devastating local election defeats, and his policy agenda.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -There is a "low to medium" risk that Russia will invade Ukraine over the next few weeks, the top U.S. general in Europe said on Thursday, in the first such military assessment amid mounting concern about Russian troop movements toward Ukraine's borders.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Parliament's committees on relations with Britain on Thursday voted overwhelmingly in favour of the post-Brexit trade and cooperation agreement, clearing the path to its final ratification.