MOSCOW (Sputnik) - An explosives-laden car blew up on Wednesday at a checkpoint near the presidential palace in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, the news website Garowe Online reported.
This is not the first time that the US government has expressed interest in gathering social media data: last April, the Departments of Homeland Security unveiled its plans to create a database to track more than 290,000 global news sources in over 100 languages.
The youth organisation of Finland's largest right-wing party has provoked strong reactions by claiming that dark-skinned families are not welcome in the Nordic country.
The United States, which has accused Huawei of spying on behalf of the Chinese government, has on a multitude of occasions warned its European allies against using the company's tech in their future 5G mobile phone networks. Washington has even threatened to stop sharing intelligence with them.
The Karnataka Police website was restored by Tuesday evening after being down for several hours. The Pro-Daesh group also threatened to launch a much bigger cyber war in the future.
Bulgaria intended to purchase US F-16s for its Air Force to replace its aging fleet of Russian MiG-29s. Sofia has, however, found the price offered by the US higher than expected, forcing the country to look for compromises or even consider Swedish or Italian alternatives.
The Royal Navy hasn't specified the reason for the captain's reassignment, however, according to the Daily Mail, the skipper was sacked after an investigation revealed he had used the ship's official car, a Ford Galaxy minivan, for personal trips on the weekends.
The satellite holds great importance for the Armed Forces, as an Indian Air Force (IAF) official reportedly claimed that one Mirage 2000 had missed the target during India's air strike in Balakot, Pakistan on the suspected terror camps on 26 February due to bad weather.