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Russian President, believed to be the most powerful world leader, reveals dangerous past involving spy operations

MOSCOW, Russia - In an unprecedented reveal - Russian President, known as one of the most powerful leaders in the world today, revealed a significant secret of his past that the world was unaware o ...

As anxiety mounts in China, all of Asia set to watch Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first meeting with Trump

WASHINGTON, U.S. - As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi - who once touted his special friendship with former U.S. President Barack Obama - now sets out to meet Donald Trump, all of Asia has its e ...

Hackers strike British parliament with sustained cyber attacks, try to steal passwords

LONDON, U.K. - A glaring and ‘sustained’ cyber attack affected the U.K. Parliament and officials at Westminster said the hack began on Friday night, prompting officials to disable remot ...

Russia demands access to secret source code for security products by multiple western tech giants

MOSCOW, Russia - With Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) intensifying pressure on multiple Western tech giants to share their source code secrets - the tech firms are now largely looking ...

Australian Prime Minister flags a crackdown on uncovered spaces online

SYDNEY, Australia - In a bid to join in the global fight against terrorism, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced plans to crackdown on "ungoverned spaces" online, especial ...

Google will no longer scan Gmail messages for targeted Ads

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - In a bid to align its services, Google has said that it will no longer scan Gmail messages for targeted Ads. Elaborating further, the search engine giant said, "Google has d ...

New York State agrees to $1 million settlement with Indian IT giant Infosys

NEW YORK, U.S. - New York Attorney General Eric T Schneiderman has said in a statement that it has agreed on a $1-million settlement with Indian IT firm Infosys to conclude an ongoing visa investig ...

Viral photos of prison strip-show drive Facebook users up the pole

Johannesburg - Photographs which surfaced on Facebook of a seemingly raucous "family day" at the Johannesburg Correctional Centre, showing scantily-clad women dancing with prisoners, have been confirm ...

Ryan Murphy shares new 'American Horror Story' season 7 clue

PanARMENIAN.Net - Is this a monster that will terrorize the characters in the upcoming season 7 of "American Horror Story" Ryan Murphy has taken to his Instagram account to share a picture that contai ...

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U.K.'s largest government-owned bank, RBS plans to shift roles to India

LONDON, U.K. - The U.K.’s largest government-owned bank, Royal Bank of Scotland announced on Sunday that it would be cutting 443 U.K. jobs in a bid to deal with business loans.The Brit

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Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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