At present, one in eight cyberattacks against Denmark is successful. With a new strategy involving 25 initiatives, including an around-the-clock center, to the tune of DKK 1.5 billion ($240 million), the Danish government is poised to fight off digital threats.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Head of the RIA Novosti Ukraine news portal Kirill Vyshinsky, who was detained in Kiev on Tuesday, absolutely needs his medication in order to manage his health problems while in custody, his wife, Irina, said.
A recent video by the fledgling right-wing party Alternative for Sweden with its leader Gustav Kasselstrand voicing plans to expel thousands of Islamists residing in Sweden, has been removed from YouTube. The video-sharing giant accused the party of "inciting hatred" and threatened to remove their account altogether.
With as many as 150,000 victims of female genital mutilation residing in the Scandinavian country that consistently ranks at the top of various equality ratings, Swedish Social Democrat Gursimer Singh has advocated rigorous measures to stop this illegal and immensely painful procedure from happening.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Ecuador spent at least $5 million on a spy operation to support and protect WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in its embassy in London, media reported.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The EU is considering how to protect its companies in Iran as well as retaliatory measures in the wake of the US pullout from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), French National Assembly member Delphine O said in remarks at the Atlantic Council.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Ukrainian authorities started the transfer of head of RIA Novosti Ukraine news portal Kirill Vyshinsky from Kiev to the city of Kherson to select a preventive measure, Vyshinsky's lawyer told Sputnik.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif continued his diplomatic world tour in Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesday to see whether the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action could still provide “full benefits for Iran” without Washington’s participation.
More than a hundred people have taken to the streets of Paris on Tuesday, protesting the recent violence in Gaza Strip.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) on Tuesday held a series of searches in Kiev in the offices used by the RIA Novosti Ukraine news agency as well as in apartments of the employees working for the media outlet, and detained the head of RIA Novosti Ukraine news portal.
European Union and Iran agree to strengthen dialogue aimed at preserving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said.
US President Donald Trump’s decision to go back on the 2015 Iran nuclear arms deal and withdraw has opened a “period of uncertainty” in the oil and natural gas rich-Persian Gulf, a top US Navy leader said Monday.
The foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Javad Zarif has arrived in Brussels ahead of a meeting with his British, French and German counterparts. Ahead of the meeting Iran's top diplomat has spoken about the JCPOA after the US withdrawal from the deal.
The United Kingdom’s EU withdrawal bill is being currently debated in the country's parliament and is due for the final vote in the House of Commons in the coming weeks. The current disagreements between the UK government and Scotland threaten to put Britain on the verge of a constitutional crisis.
Ambassador Woody Johnson's aggressive pitch to Washington's ally across the pond seemed aimed at pressuring the island nation to buy more of America's new fifth-gen fighter jets.
At least 61 Palestinians were killed and thousands injured during protests at the Gaza-Israel border on May 14.
Ahead of the upcoming World Cup, star members of the Bundesteam, Mesut Özil and Ilkay Gündogan, triggered an uproar for assisting in the Turkish president’s "election campaign stunt."
A general election held in Italy earlier this year on March 4 saw the rise of the center-right alliance – dominated by the La Lega party – in addition to other populist and Eurosceptic alliances and parties, such as the Five Star Movement (M5S.)
England fans traveling to the World Cup in Russia next month have been warned by British police to beware of "sensitive sites" especially in Volgograd, formerly known as Stalingrad. But England supporter Kevin Miles said he sensed they would get a welcome similar to the one fans received in Japan in 2002.
Ahead of the German Parliament’s debates on military spending, Angela Merkel has said that raising funds up to NATO’s required 2 percent of GDP is "not beyond the imagination." Germany’s failure to meet the demand has been an apple of discord between Berlin and other alliance members, foremost Washington.