Russia's largest-ever cyberattack targets a state-owned bank
The greatest cyberattack in its history was disclosed by VTB, the second-largest state-owned bank in Russia.
According to officials, the bank was fending off a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, in which hackers try to paralyze a network by flooding it with unusually large amounts of data traffic. VTB warned that access to its website and mobile app might be hampered.
Because of the events in Ukraine, Russian government organizations and state-owned businesses have been attacked; as a result, the websites of the Kremlin, flagship airline Aeroflot, and significant lender Sberbank have had outages or temporary access problems.
NATO commander calls on South Korea to increase military aid to Ukraine
Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary-general of NATO, has asked South Korea to step up its military aid to Ukraine, citing other nations that have
More Russian military have moved into the Ukraine border region: Governor
According to the regional governor, Russia has sent more troops and equipment to its western Kursk region along the Ukrainian border. Roman
Finland declares it will support Sweden's NATO application.
According to Finland's foreign minister, despite a potential Turkish stumbling block on Sweden's NATO application, both countries still intend to
Death toll from Peshawar mosque explosion rises to 32
A suspected suicide explosion targeting police officers at a mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar has left over 30 people dead and 150 others
At a memorial for death camps, Russian "megalomania" in the Ukraine war is mentioned.
A recent massacre in Ukraine by Russian soldiers has been linked by the head of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp memorial to similar misery endured
Afghan artist who is currently a refugee discusses the predicament of women
Thousands of Afghans left the country when the Taliban took back control in August 2021 out of concern for restrictions on their freedoms. One of
Sayfullo Saipov, who murdered people on a bike path in New York City, was found guilty of the crime.
An Islamic terrorist who purposely sped a truck down a bike lane in New York City in 2017 and murdered eight people has been found guilty of
US sanctions Wagner Group's financial support from a Chinese company
For allegedly providing satellite footage of Ukraine to support the mercenary Wagner Group's military operations for Russia, the US has sanctioned a
After securing combat tanks, Ukraine wakes up to devastating attacks
During the wave of missile and drone attacks that Russia launched against Ukraine, at least one person was reported dead in Kyiv. A day after
"Killing spree" in Iran as the authorities crack down on opposition
Alireza Akbari, a British-Iranian national and former deputy defense minister, was executed by Iran recently on suspicion of spying for the United
A US guy was just released from prison after serving 25 years.
After new evidence was submitted by his attorneys, a native Hawaiian man who had been serving a 130-year prison sentence was released. When Judge
Former president of Mauritius appears in court for historic corruption trial
Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, the former president of Mauritius, is currently on trial for allegedly accumulating an illegal personal fortune during his
Judge Tarek Bitar is charged with Beirut blast by Lebanon's chief prosecutor.
According to reports quoting judicial sources, Lebanon's top prosecutor has filed charges against the judge overseeing the investigation into the
Indian university issues advisory against showing Modi documentary from BBC
A prestigious Indian university has threatened its student union with severe disciplinary action if it proceeds with a scheduled screening of a BBC
Colombian activist murders reach record levels in 2022: Ombudsman
The country's human rights ombudsman reported that more than 200 social leaders and human rights activists perished in Colombia last year as armed
Russian and Estonian embassies are expelled amid "destroyed" relations
As ties between the nations reached a new low over Ukraine, Russia and Estonia announced on Monday that they were exiling the ambassadors from each
France is still "extremely sexist," according to Watchdog.
In its annual report, an equality monitor established by the government claims that five years after the #MeToo movement began, French society
Freed women and children who had been abducted in Burkina Faso
66 women and children who were abducted by armed rebels in northern Burkina Faso last week have been freed by security forces. The women and
Missile systems spotted on Moscow rooftops are unmentioned by the Kremlin.
The Kremlin has declined to confirm whether Russia is prepared to defend itself against potential attacks in the wake of social media posts showing
The allies of Ukraine debate sending tanks.
As the Western allies of Ukraine gathered in Germany to consider bolstering their military backing, Russia claimed to have made battlefield