Deconfliction protocols committed in December 2019 call for US and Russian military forces to inform each other of their movements in Syria. In recent days, dozens of US military vehicles crossed into northeastern Syria via al-Tanf to join US forces stationed at Rmelan camp.
Third-party Bitcoin "miners" process blockchain data on CPUs or even smartphones to earn units of the cryptocurrency. The high-powered computers needed to process the amount of data involved use huge amounts of electricity, totalling more than some entire countries.
The US’ largest gasoline pipeline, supplying nearly half of the fuel for the nation's East Coast, was targeted by a ransomware attack by DarkSide hackers. Although the media rushed to accuse Russia of the attack, US President Joe Biden pointed to a lack of evidence to support the allegation.
The Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle shocked the UK last year when they announced their desire to step down from their senior roles in the royal family in order to work to become financially independent. Prior to the move, the Sussexes complained about the intense scrutiny of the British media, which they accused of writing false reports.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in an interview with David Axelrod that the president had been advised not to take impromptu questions, but added that he does the press conferences his way anyhow.
The politician did not explain why she wanted to leave the top job after occupying it for less than two years.
The musician is the latest celebrity to back Depp in his much-publicised divorce against actress Amber Heard, who claimed he was verbally and physically abusive towards her during their relationship. Depp has denied the accusations and filed a $50 million lawsuit against his ex-wife.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Claims of Russia having a role in the hacking attack on US tech firm SolarWinds are a part of the US intelligence’s false flag operation to secure more funding, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Thursday.