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Teen charged with assault at Ewa Beach restaurant

A 16-year-old boy has been charged after he allegedly assaulted another teen at a fast-food restaurant in Ewa Beach. SHARE ADVERTISING A 16-year-old boy has been charged after he allegedly assaulted another teen at a fast-food restaurant in Ewa Beach. The teen was charged with third-degree assault….

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Mumbai Man Dies After Being Sucked Into MRI Machine

An Indian man died after being sucked into an MRI machine while he was visiting a relative who was at the hospital in Mumbai, according to police on Monday who spoke with The Jakarta Times. Rajesh Maru, 32, accidentally entered the room carrying an oxygen container, which was immediately grabbed by the magnetic forces inside the MRI. “We have arrested ...

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How China spied on the African Union’s computers

China built and paid for the African Union’s computer network – but inserted a backdoor allowing it access to the continental organisation’s confidential information In January 2017, the information technology unit at the African Union’s headquarters in Addis Ababa noticed something strange,…

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ATM makers issue alert after ‘jackpotting’ hacks target US cash machines

Washington: The world’s leading ATM makers have warned of “jackpotting” attacks against US cash machines in the wake of the country’s first confirmed hacks. ATM “jackpotting” is a sophisticated hack in which thieves gain physical access to the machine and, with the help of malware or specialised electronics, force ATMs to spit out huge volumes of cash. NCR Corp., a ...

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ATM makers issue alert after ‘jackpotting’ hacks target US cash machines

Washington: The world’s leading ATM makers have warned of “jackpotting” attacks against US cash machines in the wake of the country’s first confirmed hacks. ATM “jackpotting” is a sophisticated hack in which thieves gain physical access to the machine and, with the help of malware or specialised electronics, force ATMs to spit out huge volumes of cash. NCR Corp., a ...

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Nigerians live in fear of kidnapping for ransom

Kidnapping for ransom has long been a problem in Nigeria’s south, but now it’s on the rise throughout the country amid an economic slowdown caused by lower oil prices. Nigerians and their children are the usual victims and that’s meant heightened security for families. ……

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Nigerians live in fear of kidnapping for ransom

Kidnapping for ransom has long been a problem in Nigeria’s south, but now it’s on the rise throughout the country amid an economic slowdown caused by lower oil prices. Nigerians and their children are the usual victims and that’s meant heightened security for families. ……

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