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Canon U.S.A Confirms Ransomware Attack and Theft of Data

Canon publicly confirmed a ransomware attack last August that lead to data loss from their servers. Canon USA publicly confirmed a ransomware attack last...

Armed Gangs Attack Brazillian City of Criciúma

A crime gang attacked the coastal city of Criciúma, robbed several banks, and took people hostage. A crime gang attacked the coastal city of...

US Air Force Conducts Mock Supersonic Nuclear Test

A US Air Force F-35 jet conducted a successful test drop of a mock nuclear bomb while breaking the sound barrier.A US Air Force...

China Tariff’s Australian Wine up to 212%

China announced that it will impose temporary anti-dumping measures on wine imported from Australia from November 28 that will impose taxes up to 212%.China...

Tokyo Reports 522 COVD-19 Cases

Tokyo's metropolitan government reported 522 new COVID-19 cases after the number of cases topped 500 for the first time the previous day at 534.Tokyo's...

Venezuelan Regime Sentences Citgo Executives to Prison

The Venezuelan regime convicted and sentenced to lengthy prison terms the six US oil executives of oil company Citgo, held for three years in...

Mexican Government Won’t Allow Officials Accused of Corruption to be Tried in the US

The Mexican government will no longer allow officials accused of corruption to be tried in the United States, representing a move that could end...

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European Union Condemns China Over ‘Irresponsible’ Tweet About Australian Military

The European Union (EU) has criticized China over an "irresponsible, insensitive" tweet that was about the Australian military personnel.The European Union (EU) has criticized China over an "irresponsible, insensitive" tweet that was about the Australian military personnel. The regional bloc has revealed that it has addressed the issue directly with...

Italy Bans Christmas Travel and Midnight Church Mass

Italy announced that it is banning travel between its regions and midnight mass from 21 December to 6 January after recording its worst daily COVID-19 death toll.Italy announced that it is banning travel between its regions and midnight mass from 21 December to 6 January after recording its worst...

Denmark to End Oil, Gas Extraction in North Sea

Denmark has planned to stop all gas and oil offshore activities in the North Sea by 2050 and they have canceled its latest licensing round to prioritize "putting an end to the fossil fuel era."Denmark has planned to stop all gas and oil offshore activities in the North Sea...

Iran Sends Weapons and Troops to Venezuela

Iran is supporting the Venezuelan regime of socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro with troops and weapons, bolstering suspicions that Tehran and Caracas are developing stronger military ties.Iran is supporting the Venezuelan regime of socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro with troops and weapons, bolstering suspicions that Tehran and Caracas are developing stronger...

Gucci Donates $500,000 to Help Supply COVID-19 Vaccines

Luxury brand Gucci, which is owned by French conglomerate Kering, announced on Friday morning it will donate at least $500,000 to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in order to help supply and distribute COVID-19 vaccines to vulnerable people all around the world. Luxury brand Gucci, which is owned...

Stock Market Jumps in Pre-Market Trading Session

The US stock market jumped in pre-market trading session as growing prospects for further economic stimulus lifted sentiment among investors in the United States and all over the world. The US stock market jumped in pre-market trading session as growing prospects for further economic stimulus lifted sentiment among investors...

US in Talks to Release Huawei Executive

The US Justice Department is reportedly discussing an arrangement that would allow Huawei Finance Chief Meng Wanzhou to return to China in exchange for admitting wrongdoing.The US Justice Department is reportedly discussing an arrangement that would allow Huawei Finance Chief Meng Wanzhou to return to China in exchange for...

Vitol Pays $135 Million to Solve Allegations of Oil Bribes

Vitol’s US subsidiary agreed to pay $135 million on Thursday afternoon to solve allegations by the Trump administration that the energy trader paid bribes in Brazil and different nations in Latin America to boost its oil trading business.Vitol’s US subsidiary agreed to pay $135 million on Thursday afternoon to...

Ryanair Buys 75 Boeing MAX Jets for $9 Billion

Ryanair ordered 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets on Thursday afternoon with a list price of $9 billion, throwing a commercial lifeline to the US planemaker after regulators lifted a safety ban.Ryanair ordered 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets on Thursday afternoon with a list price of $9 billion, throwing a...

Explosion Rocks Engen Oil Refinery in Durban

A massive explosion was reported at the Engen Refinery in Wentworth, Durban which left at least seven people injured. A massive explosion was reported at the Engen Refinery in Wentworth, Durban which left at least seven people injured.  KwaZulu-Natal emergency services spokesperson Robert McKenzie said the incident occurred 07:00 Friday...