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France holds global talks to offer debt relief for Sudan

Federal News Radio 18 May 2021
PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron announced the cancellation of Sudan’s $5 billion debt to France in an effort to support the country’s transitional leadership and help its crippled economy recovering, at a Paris conference gathering African leaders and international creditors.
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Tunisia among Arab countries most affected by cyberpiracy

Middle East Monitor 18 Mar 2021
The list included other Arab countries that had suffered other forms of attacks and cyber threats, including Yemen, Sudan and Syria ... UAE hired NSA hackers to spy on Qatar ... Bangladesh ranked first, followed by Mozambique and Turkmenistan, while Sudan came in ninth place worldwide.
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Endangered whale experiencing mini-baby boom off New England

Indian Express 14 Apr 2019
An endangered species of whale is experiencing a mini-baby boom in New England waters, researchers on Cape Cod have said. Advertising ... That brings the number seen in New England waters alone this year to three ... 2 New military council leader promises civilian government for Sudan. 3 US. Hacker group posts data of hundreds of federal agents, officers ... .
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House chairman says Treasury’s concerns over Donald Trump’s tax returns ‘lack merit’

Indian Express 14 Apr 2019
Written by Nicholas Fandos. Advertising ... The chairman, Rep. Richard E ... Advertising. “I am aware that concerns have been raised regarding my request and the authority of the committee,” Neal wrote ... Latest Videos. 06.32 ... 1 New military council leader promises civilian government for Sudan. 2 US. Hacker group posts data of hundreds of federal agents, officers ... .
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Instagram could be having an unexpectedly positive impact on people's diets

Business Insider 23 Jul 2016
Roast chicken Caesar salad. Gem lettuce, asparagus ribbons, breakfast radish, anchovies, and smoked bacon crumble ... Jose L ... Hackers can access your iPhone by sending an image in a text Tensions surge among South Sudan former rebels Uproar after picture shows Prince George feeding dog ice cream Lead in children's water bottles prompts recall by L.L ... .
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Charge sheet filed against IS recruit from TN

The Hindu 28 May 2016
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday filed a charge sheet against a 23-year-old hacker from Tamil Nadu, who went to Sudan to join the terrorist outfit Islamic State (IS) ... When he reached Sudan via Dubai on September 25, 2015, he allegedly sent a text message to his father.
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Even Hackers get hacked

The Examiner 13 Aug 2015
Burglars get burgled, muggers get mugged, and hackers get hacked. This includes a sophisticated ring of hackers ... An article on wired.com describes how a “400 gigabyte trove” went online by anonymous hackers who gutted the Hacking Team, including source code. Even their Twitter feed was hacked, and the secret hackers tweeted HT’s cracked files.
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Dealings with UK police agencies, demo for Bangladeshi 'death squad'

Topix 10 Jul 2015
Some 400 gigabytes of Hacking Team's internal documents and source code were leaked online after the Milan-based company became the target of a hacker attack over the weekend, exposing deals with countries such as Sudan and Saudi Arabia.

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Hackers steal data from surveillance company

BBC News 06 Jul 2015
Hackers said they had penetrated Hacking Team's internal network and stolen more than 400GB of data. The Italian company said it was working with police to track down the hackers ... Azerbaijan Chile Egypt Kazakhstan Russia Saudi Arabia Spain Sudan ... The hackers first published stolen ...
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Even experts get hacked: Spy software company falls victim to attack

CNET 06 Jul 2015
One of the tweets featured a screenshot of an email about Sudan and human rights lawyers, under which the hacker tweeted sarcastically, "friends don't let friends get investigated for human rights violations." Activists said the country Sudan was named in company documents although Hacker Team had denied it was ever a client.
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Twitter to reward users for finding bugs

The Times of India 04 Sep 2014
You also can't live in Cuba, Sudan, North Korea, Iran, or Syria, where the national law prohibits Twitter from paying hackers. According to the HackerOne website, 44 hackers have already been thanked and 46 bugs have been closed. In addition to the cash reward, the hackers are also ...
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Twitter Just Created A Program To Pay People For Finding Security Vulnerabilities

Business Insider 03 Sep 2014
Twitter's Hacker Hall of Fame ... You also can't live in Cuba, Sudan, North Korea, Iran, or Syria, where the national law prohibits Twitter from paying hackers. According to the HackerOne website, 44 hackers have already been thanked and 46 bugs have been closed. In addition to the cash reward, the hackers are also featured in a hall of fame ... email ... .
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Pakistan's Kashmir stand ripped apart in United Kingdom parliament debate

DNA India 11 Jun 2014
Place. London . Agency. DNA ... UN Security Council concerned over South Sudan arms reports as famine looms 7 Shares 1 month ago. Most Viewed Most Shared Hackers deface Pakistan People's Party website; ridicule Bilawal Bhutto 620 Shares 3 days ago ... Hackers deface Pakistan People's Party website; ridicule Bilawal Bhutto 620 Shares 3 days ago ... Ebola.
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Sudan fires up its would-be Alan Sugars with TV show

The Guardian 01 Nov 2013
Contestants include Mustafa Shaib, the hacker behind what he says will be Sudan's first tech company to focus exclusively on internet security, and English teacher Yassim Gasim, who wants to export spicy peanut butter – a popular Sudanese delicacy that is little known outside the country.
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PANEL: USE TECH TOOLS IN MEDICINE

U~T San Diego 04 Oct 2013
Mick Ebeling, co-founder of the Not Impossible Foundation, a nonprofit created to “help bring impossible ideas to life,” said he and a group of hackers with no medical skills are headed to southern Sudan in about six weeks to print a set of prosthetic hands for Daniel Omar, a ...

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