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  • Wonga data breach could affect 270000 customers

    Wonga data breach could affect 270000 customers

    It says it does not believe customers' Wonga account passwords were compromised but suggests concerned users change their password anyway. The page advises that customers should alert their banks and ask them to be more alert to any suspicious activity, to be more conscious of any online or phone-based scam attempts and to contact the dedicated Wonga helpline for more information.

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  • Lawmakers urge Trump to work with them on Syria

    Pacific Command spokesman Dave Benham told reporters. The airstrikes, announced shortly after Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up dinner at a two-day summit in Florida last week, were retaliation against Syrian President Bashar Assad for a chemical weapons attack against civilians caught up in his country's long civil war.

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  • System malfunction causes emergency sirens to go off overnight in Dallas

    System malfunction causes emergency sirens to go off overnight in Dallas

    Rocky Vaz, director of the city's Office of Emergency Management , said engineers determined an unidentified hacker somewhere in the Dallas area was responsible, but has not been tracked down. Surrounding cities also reported hearing sirens, but officials confirmed only the sirens in Dallas were triggered. "We will work to identify and prosecute".

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  • Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro likely to be launched in India today

    Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro likely to be launched in India today

    Others said that with the Note 7 game, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus felt like a good replacement. The device will be available via Amazon India , starting April 11 in Navy Blue and Gold colour variants. At this price, with the specifications offered, Samsung gives a tough competition to the likes of OnePlus, Huawei, and Motorola who dominate this price-range segment.

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  • 55% Americans approve of Obamacare now

    AHCA gets rid of the mandate which, according to the GOP website "forced millions of workers, families, and job creators into expensive, inadequate Obamacare plans that they don't want and can not afford". According to some recent polling data, this phenomenon would also hold true in the event of a health care crisis. "Critics say it's a formula for weakening Medicaid, which now covers about 70 million people", an NBC explainer stated.

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  • IAAF says Olympic, London marathon champ Sumgong failed test

    IAAF says Olympic, London marathon champ Sumgong failed test

    The news comes in the wake of a four-year ban handed to Kenya's multi-marathon champion Rita Jeptoo, Sumgong's former training partner, after she tested positive for EPO in 2014. She is now the leader in the Abbott World Marathon Majors (Abbott WMM) Series X standings which concludes in Boston on April 17. The decision on whether she will win the award has now been put on hold pending the conclusion of her doping case.

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  • US officials say military hotline with Russia remains open

    US officials say military hotline with Russia remains open

    The United States blasted the air base with a barrage of cruise missiles on Friday, April 7, 2017 in fiery retaliation for this week's gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians. The Syrian army said the US attack killed six people and called it "blatant aggression" which made the United States a partner of "terrorist groups" including Islamic State.

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  • Swedish police say searching for person of interest in Stockholm attack probe

    Swedish police say searching for person of interest in Stockholm attack probe

    City authorities said they had made several spaces, including a number of school buildings, available as temporary accommodation for those who can not get home because of transport disruptions. "I heard the noise, I heard the screams, I saw the people", she told BBC News. Police said a man, who closely resembled a grainy CCTV image they released, had been arrested and identified in Stockholm .

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  • White House to Share Financial Information About Top Staff

    White House to Share Financial Information About Top Staff

    The couple remain beneficiaries of the 267 real estate assets in the Kushner empire even though Kushner has stepped down from managing his family's company amid conflict of interest concerns. Trump has refrained from sharing some critical financial information - and he can get away with it because the president doesn't technically face conflict of interest laws.

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  • Parliament to debate motion against Zuma

    At the Tuesday meeting, Zuma rejected accusations that he hadn't consulted adequately before a cabinet reshuffle that included the removal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. "No army allows its soldiers to be commanded by the enemy general", Mantashe said, implying that any decision to unseat him would have to come from within the ANC itself.

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  • Russian Federation bans photos of Putin depicted as a gay clown

    Russian Federation bans photos of Putin depicted as a gay clown

    It's unclear exactly which image the ministry is talking about - but it is believed to be similar to one used on signs during protests against Russia's anti-gay laws. A Kremlin spokesman told Russia's state-run news service, Tass, that he hadn't seen the Putin-clown picture, though he was sure it didn't bother the president.

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  • Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

    Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

    The girl's presence in the district hospital has evoked curiosity among the locals. Police are reviewing reports of missing children to try to identify the girl. We gave her some food to eat. The marks on her skin indicated that she had been living amongst animals for some time. "Now she is better and healthy, showing improvement", DK Singh told Scroll.in.

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  • EPA denies petition to ban pesticide used on crops

    Studies indicate that in places where chlorpyrifos is used, especially the agricultural regions of California, children display higher rates of chlorpyrifos in their systems than the EPA considers safe-and these aren't children working in the fields; these are just kids who live in California's Central Valley.

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  • 86 dead in suspected Syria chemical attack: new toll

    He condemned the strike against "innocent people including women, small children and even handsome little babies" and said "their deaths was an affront to humanity". USA intelligence officials, based on a preliminary assessment, think the deaths were most likely caused by sarin nerve gas dropped by Syrian aircraft.

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  • Michael Flynn in talks with Congress, wary of prosecution

    Michael Flynn in talks with Congress, wary of prosecution

    About 300 people protested on the sidewalk outside the event, which was closed to media. MARTIN: So could we just take a step back here because this story has been in and out of the news. Asked by anchor George Stephanopoulos if there is a "new Cold War", Peskov replied, "Well, maybe even worse". Peskov also said Friday that Russian officials aren't anxious about what might emerge from any congressional testimony under immunity by ousted US national security adviser Michael Flynn, saying ...

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