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PM Malcolm Turnbull uses a private email server for government business

The Australian newspaper has revealed that the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was using a private email server for government business. The former communications minister said that Mr Turnbull used secret messaging application “Wickr” earlier this year because it provided superior security. “Wickr” allows users to send encrypted messages to other users of the application, without leaving traceable data, with the messages self-destructing after being ...

U.S. delivers 50 tons of ammunition to Syria rebel groups

U.S. military cargo planes gave 50 tons of ammunition to rebel groups overnight in northern Syria, using an air drop of 112 pallets as the first step in the Obama Administration’s urgent effort to find new ways to support those groups. Details of the air mission over Syria were confirmed by a U.S. official not authorized to speak publicly because ...

US student bought the Google.com ownership for $12 and rewarded cash

Sanmay Ved who is an MBA student at a US college bought the right to control Google.com domain on 29 September. Mr Ved said in his post on the LinkedIn website that he was learning Google Domains interface, and found Google.com was available for purchasing only $12(£8) per year on it’s website-buying service. He used a credit card to pay the fee and got emails saying the purchase ...

Putin: Russian airstrikes in Syria aimed at helping al-Assad regime

Vladimir Putin just confirmed what many suspected — that Russian airstrikes in Syria are meant to bolster President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. But exactly how they’re doing that remains a point of contention: Are Russians really focused on pummeling ISIS, or are they targeting Syrian rebels demanding an end to the Assad dynasty? “Our task is to stabilize the legitimate government ...

At least 95 killed in twin bombings near train station in Turkey’s capital

Two powerful bombs exploded at a peace rally near the main train station in Ankara on Saturday morning, killing at least 95 people and wounding 246 others in the deadliest attack in the Turkish capital in recent memory. The number of casualties announced late Saturday by the prime minster’s officer was lower than the figures given earlier by the Turkish ...

Guatemala mudslide death toll rises to 253

Nearly 400 missing as search for victims enters 2nd week Relatives participate in the burial of Santos Etelvina Sontay, a victim of a mudslide in Santa Catarina Pinula, on the outskirts of Guatemala City. (Jose Cabezas/Reuters) The death toll from the mammoth landslide that buried a neighbourhood on the outskirts of Guatemala’s capital has risen to 253 as the search ...

Russian warplanes crashed 10 ISIS facilities

10 ISIS targets were crashed by Russian jets in Syria on Monday, according to the Defense Ministry. Moscow expands its aerial campaign that targeted the Damascus area. The ministry said in a statement that 10 facilities had been crashed on the sixth day of military intervention of Moscow in Syria. They have destroyed an ISIS command center and communications hub of Damascus province also in ...

IS executed 70 of Sunni tribe in Iraq

Islamic State (IS) militants executed 70 members of a Sunni tribe in the western Iraqi province of al-Anbar, the leader of the tribe said on Monday. The leader of the al-Bu Nimr tribe, Sheikh Naeem al-Gaoud said that members were shot dead in the village of Khanizir on Sunday night. The tribesmen were killed because they had relatives serving in the Iraqi security forces, according to the leader. ...

Series of car bombings killed more than 60 in Iraq

At least 63 people have been killed and many have been wounded in series of car bombings over across Iraq, according to medical sources. One of the most significant bomb attacks occurred near crowded market in town of Khalis killing at least 40 people. “The driver begged police to be allowed to park his vehicle in order to buy medication from a ...

600 asylum seekers will be free from Naruru detention centre

The Nauruan government has promised that it will process 600 asylum seeker applications “within the next week”, which means those refugees will be free to move around the island. All refugees who have tried to get to Australia by boat are detained in offshore centres in Nauru because of the Australian government policy. Justice minister of Naruru, David Adeang said Australia will be providing assistance with security and ...

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