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Wonga warning to 245000 United Kingdom customers after possible data breach

Wonga first became aware of the possibility of a potential data breach as early as last Tuesday, according to a report from the Telegraph , but the company was unable to confirm the attack until Friday. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience and concern this has caused. In 2014 the company cemented its negative public position with a £2.6 million order for compensation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which had discovered the company had been sending debtors threatening ...

Trump administration warns North Korea against provocation

A top Senate Democrat and Republican differed Sunday on President Trump's use of executive powers to order military strikes on a Syrian airbase, but agreed that Congress must be included in further actions. With some observers now talking about the possibility of USA military action against North Korea, a lawmaker from Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Sunday said such a scenario was unlikely as a military strike against the North could precipitate a nuclear attack on the South or ...

Airbnb Permanently Banned Racist

Dyne Suh , a 25-year-old law student at the University of California, Los Angeles, posted screenshots on her Facebook earlier this week revealing a text encounter with the host in which they refused to rent to her because she was Asian.

Motives for North Korea's latest missile test

The Joint Chiefs of Staff in Seoul confirmed that the missile was launched from Sinpo, south Hamgyong province in eastern North Korea. North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile into the sea off its east coast on Wednesday, South Korea's military said, ahead of a summit between USA and Chinese leaders who are set to discuss Pyongyang's increasingly defiant arms programme.

The new bus, railway projects inaugurated by PM Modi, Sheikh Hasina

Swaraj also fondly recalled her own visit to Bangladesh. During their talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina, called upon the global community to end selective approaches to combat terrorism and emphasised that there should no glorification of terrorists as martyrs, seen as an apparent reference to Pakistan.

1 person dead after shooting near mall in South Florida

Jesus Reyes, a currency analyst who trains regularly at Equinox, said he was taking a shower there after his workout when he heard the gunshots. Panic in the gym and at nearby shops sent patrons running for cover and hiding under tables, according to Local 10 News .

Dallas looking at why emergency sirens sounded in error

The blaring sirens, used primarily to warn of tornadoes and other severe weather, prompted anxious residents to call 911, clogging up that system. Vaz says investigators have asked the Federal Communications Commission to help determine who was behind the hack.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Development In Progress As Work On Note 8 Continues

The front facing camera is also made up of the 16-Megapixel sensor and is capable of FHD video recording. The J5 (2016) offers 16GB of internal storage and 64 GB expandable memory. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are some of the most powerful phones out there right now, boasting the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and 4GB of RAM.

Indian American Senator Harris Urges President Trump to Abandon ACA Repeal Efforts

Only 26 percent of Americans say they want to keep the law "as is", while 30 percent said they want it repealed and replaced completely. ACA, Obamacare, allows insurance companies to sell across state lines, but they have not found it profitable.

Djokovic shrugs off injury with Davis Cup win

Novak Djokovic returned to the court in style after an elbow injury, sweeping past Albert Ramos Vinolas for Serbia to lead Spain 1-0 in the Davis Cup quarterfinals on Friday. The crowd was unbelievable. Darcis lost the first set to the higher-ranked Paolo Lorenzi on tie-break but then struck back in emphatic fashion to claim a 6-7 (3/7) 6-1 6-1 7-6 (7/4) victory.

Pentagon urges Russian Federation not to hang up military hotline

Russian Federation said Friday it was cutting a hotline meant to prevent midair incidents over Syria in response to the USA missile attack on a Syrian base. Also, the strikes took out the air defense system, all the aircraft hangers and the petroleum storage. The U.S. says that arsenal was tapped for a chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province.

Traffic restricted at bridge between Sweden and Denmark following Stockholm attack

Swedish broadcaster SVT said shots were fired during the attack and people in the area were reportedly seen fleeing the scene. "We are not quite sure if the person we have arrested is the driver", he said. The New York Times reports that three people have been killed. They are sending people away from the scene. "We stand by your side Sweden", he said in a Twitter message.

Trump signs bill blocking online privacy regulation

On Friday, Comcast , Verizon AT&T Inc said they would voluntarily not sell customers individual internet browsing information. President Trump signed off on a repeal of the Internet privacy protections before they were able to take effect - despite an outcry from consumer groups and privacy advocates.

Trump's White House staff are worth how much?!

His assets are valued at between $230 million and $611 million. The couple remain beneficiaries of the 267 real estate assets in the Kushner empire even though Kushner has stepped down from managing his family's company amid conflict of interest concerns.

Parliament schedules Zuma no confidence debate for 18 April

FILE - Demonstrators protest against South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria, South Africa, April 4, 2017. COSATU said it became anxious about Zuma, s leadership after his decision to sack finance minister Pravin Gordhan prompted the rating agency Standard and Poor's to downgrade the country's sovereign credit rating to junk status.

$24b tax cut may be worth 0.2% to economy

Labor will thrash out its position on the company tax cut in shadow cabinet, and has indicated it will wait until the May budget is handed down before announcing its position. Mr Morrison said property markets across the country were vastly different and governments should opt for a scalpel instead of a chainsaw to address the housing affordability crisis.

Russia bans images of Putin linked to 'gay clown' meme

Russian authorities have banned an image depicting President Vladimir Putin as a gay clown as they think it to be extremist 'content'. 'Painted eyelashes and lips, which, according to the author / authors of the poster, should serve as a hint of allegedly non-standard sexual orientation of the Russian president'.

'Mowgli' Girl Rescued from UP Jungles

She was rescued later by a police officer in the Katarniya Ghat forest range. ASP Dinesh Tripathi said though there is no information about the girl, it appears from her behaviour that she has been living with the monkeys in the wild for a long time.

US House Speaker backs intelligence panel chair in Russia probe

Committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell called on Nunes to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe, criticizing Nunes for cancelling today's public hearing on Russian Federation. Nunes has claimed that his secret source provided him with intelligence reports that allegedly show Trump transition team members were incidentally caught up in legal USA surveillance of foreign targets.

Longmont weather: Sunny skies with a high of 55

Skies will remain cloudy overnight and snow will begin to fall after midnight. A cold front will arrive Saturday . Monday and Tuesday look absolutely stunning with plenty of sun and highs in the mid and upper 70s. Tonight Mostly clear, with a low around 37. South winds around 10 are forecast. Cool temperatures should continue across the area into Thursday .

Marco Rubio says Syrian chemical attack isn't 'a coincidence'

Trump said , "Well, I think the Obama administration had a great opportunity to solve this crisis when he said the red line in the sand, and when he didn't cross that line after making the threat, I think that set us back a long ways not only in Syria, but in many other parts of the world, because it was a blank threat.

Fed minutes reveal debate over inflation and Trump

In order to stimulate growth, the Fed bought Treasury and mortgage-backed bonds on an unprecedented scale during and after the 2007-2009 recession to help keep interest rates low. But some said there were also downside risks from a possible adverse economic reaction resulting from Trump's measures to limit immigration and increase trade barriers to protect American workers.

Chelsea Clinton is in no hurry to get into politics

Here I thought the one thing that could save Democrats from electoral irrelevance was putting forward a different, more unqualified Clinton. "But I think we all need to be asking ourselves that question periodically". The former first daughter embarked on a six-state book tour Tuesday that was scheduled back when she believed her mother was on the way to the White House.

British babies among world's worst for crying

In contrast just 5.5 per cent of Danish babies cry for more than three hours a day, and only 6.7 per cent of German babies. The study shows that around the one-month mark, Canadian babies fussed or cried for 150 minutes a day, compared with the overall average of 118 minutes.

Pence cast tie breaking vote on Planned Parenthood funding

Republicans Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska voted with the Democrats against the bill, according to Politico . The rule said that a state can not deny funding to clinics for reasons unrelated to their ability to provide basic family planning services .

Blaze erupts in Dubai residential tower

According to media reports, the building has been identified as The Address Residence Fountain Views. Three workers were rescued from the inferno. Every few minutes, small blasts could be heard inside the structure, presumably from exploding propane or welding tanks used by the workers.

Election Commission says EVMs totally tamper-proof, rejects AAP's allegation of poll rigging

The AAP has approached EC last week over alleged EVM tampering in Punjab and demanded that slips generated by VVPAT machines be matched with the result. Present at the Collectorate was the Bhind District Magistrate, representatives of political parties and a group of local journalists. After thee meeting, AAP leader Raghav Chadha told reporters that the party's preliminary analysis of booth level voting pattern showed that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) were tampered with.

Watch India Open 2017 final live on Online, TV

Marin has beaten Sindhu five times in the past and only lost thrice, but the Indian, who lost in Rio Olympics final, will be confident after having defeated the Spaniard in the Dubai World Superseries Finals late previous year. A game break, Sindhu led 11-7 and later made it 15-11 with some crucial and deep smashes. She might know my game and I might know hers, we both will have this feeling that we won against each other.

Newspaper review: Palestinian killed by Israeli police in Jerusalem focus of dailies

Almost 400,000 Jewish settlers are now living in the West Bank along with 2.8 million Palestinians. Ardayev recalled that in December 2016, the UN Security Council adopted resolution No. "So Israel is playing with fire because the Palestinians' patience will not last forever, it can end at the most unpredictable moment and the people will then begin to defend themselves", Hamdan said.

China warns India again on Dalai visit

He said he was happy to be back in a region that revived his memories of escape from Tibet in 1959, after a failed uprising against Chinese rule. He said, the visit of the Dalai Lama was as per the wish of the people. "It is this place where I had enjoyed my first air of freedom", he said. The Dalai Lama last visited Arunachal Pradesh in 2009. "I am the longest staying guest of the Indian government", he said.