WikiLeaks has accepted bitcoin donations to help support its platform and fund the legal costs of its founder, Julian Assange, who has spent almost six years in Equador's London embassy.
On April 24, 1993 a huge bomb went off in the Bishopsgate area of London's financial district, causing £350 million (US$488 million) worth of damage. City of London Police has revealed images, never published before, 25 years after the attack, for which nobody has ever been convicted.
A delay in equipment delivery could potentially amount to years, which may undermine the country's security at a time when the Norwegian Armed Forces are going through a challenging period of major transformations involving the highly anticipated switch to US F-35 fighter jets, which are slated to become the new backbone of Norway’s military.
Extremism is brewing in Finnish prisons and is unlikely to disappear any time soon, a recent report flagging over a hundred radicalized individuals in southern Finland has concluded. The report also named bitterness as a common denominator among the radicalized.
The Ministry of Defense of South Korea, days before the inter-Korean summit, has decided to move construction equipment and materials to a base housing the US anti-missile Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) systems, sparking protests among area residents opposed to the deployment.
A team of researchers from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, the Kurchatov Institute National Research Center and Voronezh State University has developed a new learning algorithm that allows a neural network to identify a writer’s gender by the written text on a computer with up to 80 percent accuracy.
At an April 13 show in Barcelona, Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters called out the White Helmets of Syria, declared the group "a fake organization that exists only to create propaganda for jihadists and terrorists."
After his meeting with the head of the opposition Nationalist Movement Party (NMP), Devlet Bahçeli, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that the country would hold snap parliamentary and presidential elections on June 24, 2018. Sputnik discussed the reasons for the move with Mehmet Ali Güller, a Turkish political observer.
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