Sunday 25th June, 2017

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U.K. competition watchdog launches 'enforcement action' against online betting companies

LONDON, U.K. - The U.K.’s competition watchdog said that it is launching “enforcement action” against firms that draw in new players with attractive offers while making it difficu ...

Emails and passwords of British cabinet ministers, MPs and police chiefs stolen by Russian hackers

LONDON, U.K. - According to a recent investigation carried out The Times, it was revealed that Russian hackers have stolen highly sensitive data including passwords and email addresses belonging to ...

Dublin fire chief describes Grenfell Tower fire as 'game changer' for those in fire prevention

DUBLIN, Ireland - In the wake of the issues that have come to light as the Grenfell Tower fire probe proceeds, now Irish authorities are waking up to explore if buildings in the country are vulnera ...

EU leaders believe Britain's post-Brexit offer to EU nationals could 'worsen the situation'

LONDON, U.K. - Following U.K. Prime Minister’s plans, as part of which the U.K. envisages giving all EU citizens the right to stay after the U.K.’s exit - European leaders have criticis ...

Surviving in the post-Trump era: A European guide

BERLIN, Germany - Even as America fights its internal political battles - with one-half of the country embracing the new President, Donald Trump and the other half split between confusion, rage and ...

Following Grenfell Tower fire, U.K. government reveals it will test cladding on about 600 buildings in England

LONDON, U.K. - Following the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in which 79 people died, the U.K. government said on Thursday that tests are to be carried out on about 600 high rises across England. ...

Praise for All Blacks masterclass, concern for Lions

Auckland - The All Blacks earned high praise for their "masterclass" on Saturday after they left the British and Irish Lions teetering on the brink of yet another series defeat in New Zealand.New Ze ...

Gatland: Lions spots up for grabs after flop

Auckland - Coach Warren Gatland said his forwards had under-performed and indicated he was ready to wield the axe after the British and Irish Lions crashed 30-15 to the All Blacks on Saturday.The Ne ...

Read praises outstanding Lions

Cape Town New Zealand captain Kieran Read has praised the British and Irish Lions' showing after the All Blacks went 1-0 up in the series on Saturday.Their 30-15 victory saw Codie Taylor and Rieko I ...

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Over 800,000 Virgin Media users urged to change passwords as hacking alert raised

LONDON, U.K. - An investigation led by Which? has revealed that hackers could access home networks and devices using a Super Hub 2 router. Following the revelations made in the investig

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Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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