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New York: Amid reports of snooping by Chinese firms, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released an advisory on the activities of China's Ministry of State Security (MSS) and its associated agencies and contractors, media reports said. more
Zhenhua data leak: Collection of info on New Zealanders by Chinese firm may hit nation's security, warns Kiwi Minister

Wellington: After India, New Zealand has warned that collection of information on New Zealanders by a Chinese company could hit national security of the nation.

Bolster fragile world to emerge stronger, UN chief urges, marking Peace Day

New York: A Japanese principle that finds beauty in broken things, should serve as guidance for today’s fractured world as we navigate out of the COVID-19 pandemic, Secretary-Genera ...

Uzbekistan to resume int'l tourism next month

Tashkent/Xinhua: Uzbekistan has allowed tour operators to organize group tours for foreign citizens to visit the country from Oct. 1, the country's special commission on COVID-19 said ...

Gunmen kill 2 senior police officers in NW Nigeria attack

Abuja/Xinhua: Two senior police officers were shot dead on Friday and another seriously wounded as gunmen invaded a town in Nigeria's northwestern state of Sokoto, police said.

Former Los Alamos National Laboratory employee sentenced to probation for making false statements about being employed by China

Washington: Turab Lookman, 68, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, was sentenced on Sept. 11 to five years of probation and a $75,000 fine for providing a false statement to the Department of Energy ...

India says National Cyber Security Coordinator will probe reports of snooping by Chinese firm

New Delhi: The Indian government has constituted an expert committee under the National Cyber Security Coordinator to investigate the reports of surveillance of Indians, including top pol ...

Covid-19: South Africa to lift overnight curfew, allow liquor sales from September 20

Cape Town: South Africa has eased its lockdown following months of strict anti-covid19 measures.

Intelligence sources claim Alibaba servers in India are stealing data of Indian users: Reports

New Delhi:  As many as 72 servers, which are based in India, are allegedly sending data of Indian users to China, media reports said.

Famine threat returns to Yemen, amid upsurge in fighting

New York: The spectre of famine has returned to Yemen as donor countries fail to make good on their 2020 pledges, amidst an upsurge in fighting, fresh hurdles for aid deliveries, and ongo ...