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  • One person has been seriously injured by an “incendiary device” in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday evening. Police and the FBI are so far reluctant to link this incident to the series of “package bombings” that rocked Texas recently. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • London-based political strategy firm Cambridge Analytica has suspended CEO Alexander Nix who had boasted of global backroom influence. RT has hosted a debate on what the fallout of the unfolding Facebook data scandal could be. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange may soon give evidence to a Parliamentary Committee about Cambridge Analytica, a voter-profiling company which accessed data of some 50mn Facebook users, triggering an international scandal. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • The US National Security Agency targeted Bitcoin users around the world, according to classified documents released by Edward Snowden. The revelations strike a blow to the financial privacy of bitcoin users, academics warn. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • All hell broke loose in Washington DC on Tuesday when President Donald Trump confirmed that he had congratulated Russian president Vladimir Putin on his recent election victory. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Child abuse imagery has been detected in Bitcoin’s blockchain, according to a new study. The discovery potentially puts cryptocurrency users at risk, as anyone who downloads a blockchain could be held liable for illegal content. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Within the memory of Mike Barnicle, co-host of MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ show, the administration of former president Barack Obama was “virtually scandal-free.” Read Full Article at Read more »
  • African migrants pose a greater threat to Israel than terrorism, according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The Israeli leader made the remarks as he complimented the country’s border ‘wall’ with Egypt. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth plunged by a reported $5 billion, the day after a data scandal affecting more than 50 million Facebook users. However, the financial hemorrhage was allegedly limited by him selling off shares. Read Full Article at Read more »
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  • Treatment for one of the leading causes of blindness could be available within five years. That’s according to scientists who used a revolutionary stem cell therapy to restore vision in two patients. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Seeing Donald Trump’s media and political critics, who for years feted “big data,” suddenly pretend it’s a crime, is hard to stomach. And the feigned outrage is being used as a weapon of establishment control over social media. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Dozens of civilians have been killed and injured in the Damascus suburb of Jaramana, after terrorists attacked a local market in the mostly Christian and Druze neighborhood of East Ghouta. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • A British man has been given a one-year suspended prison sentence in Cambodia for using “pornographic” photos to promote a party. Daniel Jones was one of ten foreigners arrested in Siem Reap on January 25. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Russian president Vladimir Putin has ensured the country’s Foreign Ministry is striving for changes in UNESCO legislation to ensure ‘fair and transparent rules’ regarding doping. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Iran’s Foreign Ministry has described Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as "delusional" and "naive" following remarks he made on a recent US TV show. Among his claims, the Saudi royal alleged Iran was harboring terrorists. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • A man has died after his head got horrifically trapped in an electric chair at the Vue cinema in Birmingham. It is understood the man’s head was crushed as he attempted to rescue his phone from the ground. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • Many of the MPs who rushed to judgment over the Iraq War are now asserting Russia’s ‘culpability’ for the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal. Fifteen years after the war began, are the same politicians repeating their mistakes? Read Full Article at Read more »
  • European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s extremely polite letter of congratulations to Vladimir Putin on his election win has enraged Britain’s Twitterati and other senior EU officials. Read Full Article at Read more »
  • A European court has rejected a request to find that a group of 14 men detained during internment in Northern Ireland suffered torture. The prisoners were subjected to white noise, sleep and food deprivation as well as beatings. Read Full Article at Read more »

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