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If someone wants to hack a country, they just need to pick their targets: the government, oil and electricity companies, or media agencies, Rock told the Kyiv Post on Jan. 17. “Ukraine doesnt have strong cyber security, but neither does the rest of the world,” Rock said. “Any company or country can be hacked, and Ukraine is in no better position than anyone else.” Cyber wars According to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Ukrainian government websites were attacked 6,500 times in November and December 2016 alone. The latest attack hit state-owned UkrEnergo’s Pivhichna power substation in December, causing an hour-long blackout in the outskirts of Kyiv. A year before, a well-coordinated cyber attack hit another Ukrainian power supplier, PrykarpattyaOblEnergo, leaving more than 200,000 people without electricity. Maria Melinishyn, PrykarpattyaOblEnergo’s spokesperson, told the Kyiv Post on Jan.
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BBC Two England
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The event was founded in 1971 by the German academic, Klaus Schwab. Its stated mission? To improve the state of the world. The theme of this year's event is Responsive and Responsible Leadership. More than 2,500 politicians, business leaders and heads of state from almost 100 countries are attending Davos.
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Toyota chairman admits UK factories need to think how to survive following Theresa Mays Brexit plans 2017-01-19 12:28 Toyota's UK factories face an uncertain future after the company's chairman admitted they needed to consider "how to survive" in the face of Theresa May's Brexit plans. The firm's site at Burnaston, which manufacturers the Auris and Auris Hybrid , and its engine production facility in Deeside, must find a way of remaining competitive after Prime Minister May said the UK would leave the single market. • Car prices could rise by £1,500 post-Brexit Article 50 will be triggered in March with a full exit expected by early 2019 and if a trade deal is not in place, car makers could be hit by huge tariffs when exporting vehicles to the EU or importing parts from suppliers. Takeshi Uchiyamada, chairman of Toyota, speaking to the FT, said: "I wont say that there is no impact to the company.
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We find that there were cyber attacks in Germany, too - on the German parliament for instance in spring 2015, where numerous gigabytes leaked. There were also attacks against parties, party entities and lawmakers like for instance the Greens' Marie-Luise Beck who is critical of Russia. We have no evidence of course, but it is obvious that a similar scenario is possible in Germany, too, although I don't want to say that it is likely - especially against the background of Germany playing a vital role within the EU and federal elections this year." SOT, Hans-Georg Maassen, President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (German): "There are over 1,200 persons who we consider to have a Islamist-terrorist potential, 500 of whom the Federal Criminal Police Office considers as 'endangerers,' which means that the police believes these persons are capable of committing terrorist acts.
The Economic Times
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MUMBAI: After falling in the previous fortnight, banks deposits again jumped by 0.64 per cent in the fortnight to January 6, according to the Reserve Bank data. Banks deposits increased to Rs 10,584,171 crore in the fortnight to January 6 from Rs 10,516,237 crore collected during the fortnight ended December 23, the RBI said today. Deposits collected in the fortnight to December 23 had declined by 0.7 per cent compared to Rs 10,591,313 crore accrued during the fortnight ended December 9. This was the first time that deposits have fallen since the government announced to demonetise old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8. During the fortnight ending November 25, deposits at banks had soared to Rs 10,517,719 crore from Rs 10,114,803 crore on November 11. Banks witnessed surge in deposits scrapping of old high value notes worth Rs 20.15 trillion, which was 86 per cent of the currency in circulation.
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Nude pictures of an Australian man known as Mr X were seen by more than 500,000 people after they were published on online blog site Tumblr without his knowledge or consent.
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Fujifilm's professional 50-megapixel mirrorless GFX 50S camera will be available by the end of February and sell for $6,500, putting it well below medium format rivals and neck-and-neck with flagship full frame DSLRs. The post At $6,500, Fujifilm's GFX 50S will take on both medium format and full frame rivals appeared first on Digital Trends .
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It comes as British tourists have been arriving home from the country, as it is in a state of emergency. Planes arrived at Manchester and London Gatwick overnight, with 3,500 holiday-makers to be flown home by tomorrow. The crisis in the Gambia started when the current president refused to step down following an election defeat in December. He's now defied a midnight deadline to give up power, despite military threats from Gambia's West African neighbours.
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Metro Bank has announced plans to create 500 new jobs as it continues to expand its interests beyond London and the South East.
KyivPost
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Sea Breeze-2017, which will take place from July to September for 25 days will see the arrival of up to 2,500 U.S. and NATO-member state troops. Partnership for Peace exercises will involve up to ten military ships, five submarines, up to ten military planes and up to 60 military vehicles. The Rapid Trident-2017 exercise, which is scheduled to take place from June to November in 2017 for up to 25 days provides for up to 2,000 U.S. and NATO-member state troops. The post Rada approves foreign military training in Ukraine for 2017 appeared first on KyivPost .
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Travel company Thomas Cook says it expects to have brought back around 3,500 UK passengers by Friday. MPs will debate the level of IVF services offered on the NHS across England today.
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This review shows that enough is enough and I am working that enough is enough and I am has found if urgent action isn't taken, our closest biological relatives face an extinction crisis. Victoria Gill has more. Our closest biological relatives. But while the human population continues to grow, most of our fellow primates are now sliding towards extinction. This international team of scientists trawled through the data on more than 500 primate species, revealing a looming extinction crisis.
ITV
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The first UK tourists have arrived back from the Gambia overnight They were evacuated amid growing concerns about political unrest in the west African nation, following the refusal of President Yahya Jammeh to hand over power after losing an election. As flights left there were reports that Senegalese troops were poised to move in, in order to force him to step down. Travel company Thomas Cook says it expects to have brought back around 3,500 UK passengers by Friday. MPs will debate the level of IVF services offered on the NHS across England today. Campaigners are calling for a level playing field as the number of treatments currently offered to couples is determined by what area they live in.