October 31, 2016

Chinesegovernment hacking will continue in 2017, despite a joint agreement not to conduct cybertheft of intellectual property. “We expect the same kind of campaigns to continue regardless of the public agreed cease-fires,” said DeMartine. The massive U.S. Office of Personnel Management breach, which exposed the records of millions of U.S government workers, has strained diplomatic […]

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REYKJAVIK, Iceland, Oct. 31 (UPI) — Iceland’s prime minster announced his resignation after his party lost ground in parliament to center-left parties, most notably the four-year-old Pirate Party. Prime Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson, in office since April after the departure of predecessor Sigmundur David Gunnlaughsson in a corruption scandal, said Sunday he would resign. In […]

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Grant RobertsonMP for Wellington CentralFinance Spokesperson MEDIA STATEMENT 31 October 2016 National dragging its feet on anti-money laundering legislation The National Government has once again caved in to special interests and has shelved plans to introduce legislation this year that would extend anti-money laundering requirements to lawyers, accountants and real estate agents, Grant Robertson Labour […]

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Islamabad: Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan on Sunday dismissed accusations his planned shutdown of the nation’s capital could lead to a military coup, saying Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif “can’t hide behind ‘democracy in danger’” to quash protests. Khan, a former national cricket hero, has vowed to bring a million people into Islamabad on Wednesday to […]

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REYKJAVIK, Iceland, Oct. 31 (UPI) — Iceland’s prime minster announced his resignation after his party lost ground in parliament to center-left parties, most notably the four-year-old Pirate Party. Prime Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson, in office since April after the departure of predecessor Sigmundur David Gunnlaughsson in a corruption scandal, said Sunday he would resign. In […]

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