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British lawmakers hit by 'sustained' cyber attack


Britain's Parliament was hit by a "sustained and determined" cyber attack on Saturday designed to identify weak email passwords, just over a month after a ransomware worm crippled parts of the country's health service.

Arab states don't seek 'regime change' in Qatar, says UAE official


A top United Arab Emirates official said Saturday the Arab countries isolating Qatar do not seek to force out the country's leadership over allegations it supports extremist ideology but are willing to cut ties altogether if it does not agree to their demands.

Schwarzenegger, Macron riff on Trump's campaign slogan in selfie video


Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and recently elected French president Emmanuel Macron are showing their commitment to fighting climate change — and their condemnation of U.S.

5 London tower blocks evacuated over fire safety concerns


Thousands of residents in a northwest London housing estate have been forced to leave their apartments after fire checks found the buildings to be unsafe.

South Korean president calls for North Korean Olympic participation


South Korea President Moon Jae-in says he hopes to see North Korean athletes at next year's Winter Olympics in South Korea to ease tensions over the North's nuclear program.

Suicide bomber blows himself up as Saudis foil Mecca plot


Security forces in Saudi Arabia say they've disrupted a plot to attack the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca.

Sand sculpture festival brings movie characters to Belgian beach


A beach in Belgium has been transformed into a giant sandy gallery, featuring larger-than-life super heroes, cartoon characters and Cinderella's castle, for one of the world's biggest sand-sculpture festivals.

Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 73


A Pakistani official says the death toll from twin blasts claimed 55 lives overnight. That brings the overall death toll from three separate attacks on Friday to 73.

100 people feared buried in China landslide


County government in southwestern China says around 100 people from 40 homes feared buried in landslide.

U.S. senators ask military to clarify role in Yemen torture


Pressure mounted on the U.S. Defence Department Friday after multiple senators called for investigations into reports that U.S.

Mistrial declared again in fatal shooting committed by Cincinnati police officer


A mistrial was declared Friday in the murder retrial of a white University of Cincinnati police officer after the jury said it was hopelessly deadlocked on charges in the fatal traffic stop shooting of an unarmed black motorist.

5 people die after being electrocuted at water park in Turkey


Five people, including two teenagers and a 12-year-old, died Friday after being electrocuted at a water park pool in northwest Turkey, according to local media reports.

Want to do business in Russia? Be ready to hand over your source code


Authorities are asking Western tech companies to allow them to review source code for security products such as firewalls and anti-virus applications before they can be sold.

Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey should be retried or released, says appeals panel


The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series Making a Murderer was improperly obtained and he should be retried or released from prison, a three-judge U.S.

Ferguson settlement with Michael Brown's family is $1.5M, attorney says


The insurance company for the city of Ferguson, Missouri, paid $1.5 million US to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Michael Brown's parents, the city attorney said Friday.

Trump suggests he made claims about tapes to keep Comey honest


U.S. President Donald Trump suggests he was just trying to keep former FBI director James Comey honest with his cryptic tweet implying there might be recordings of their private conversations.

Johnny Depp sparks controversy with presidential assassination quip


Johnny Depp has asked a crowd at the Glastonbury Festival when was the last time an actor assassinated a president.

Son of Russian spies regains Canadian citizenship


The Toronto-born son of Russian spies has won a court battle to regain his Canadian citizenship after it was revoked by Ottawa.

British police lay terror-related murder charges against alleged mosque attacker


British police on Friday laid terrorism-related murder and attempted murder charges against a man after a van was driven at Muslim worshippers leaving a mosque following prayers earlier this week.

Grenfell Tower fire started in fridge freezer, cladding failed safety tests: officials


A fire that engulfed a London apartment block killing at least 79 people started in a fridge freezer, London police said on Friday.


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