The Twitter feed and YouTube account for the U.S. military command that oversees operations in the Middle East was hacked on Monday (January 12) by people claiming to be sympathetic toward the Islamic State militant group being targeted in American bombing raids. The White House and the Pentagon both downplayed the incident saying no sensitive or classified information was compromised. Security analysts J.D. Sherry, the Global Director of Technology and Solutions at TrendMicro disagreed, saying […]
In an update on the progress of the operations regarding the ill-fated AirAsia, Indonesian divers reported that they have retrieved the flight data recorder of said plane.
A bus fell down a 150m cliff in Peru resulting in 24 dead and 20 wounded.
Maria Sharapova grabbed the championship in the Australia Open after beating her opponent in Brisbane.
The world’s largest container ship docked for the fist time in Great Britain. Said container ship has the width of 400 meters, length of 1,300 ft. and weights 184 thousand tons.
Divers have confirmed finding the Air Asia black box but have not yet recovered it due to the object being under debris.
In the lighter side of the news, a video of a baby playing with a python goes viral and an anti-domestic violence ad in Italy garners attention.
Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, celebrates her 33rd birthday while still performing her royal duties.
The manhunt for the suspects of the Paris attack on a satirical magazine continues.
Two of the suspects of the Paris attack at a satirical newspaper’s office was trained by Al Qaeda. The French police is concentrating its manhunt in the northern part of Paris. Said attack resulted in the death of 12 people.
THE French satirical newspaper whose staff was decimated in an Islamist attack will come out as scheduled next week, one of its surviving staffers told news agencies on Thursday. ‘Charlie Hebdo’ will hit shelves next Wednesday to defiantly show that “stupidity will not win,” said columnist Patrick Pelloux, adding that the remaining staff will soon meet. “It’s very hard. We are all suffering, with grief, with fear, but we will do it anyway because […]
After the gunning incident in a newspaper office in Paris, the French police is conducting a large-scale manhunt with warrants issued against two brothers believed to be responsible for the death of 12 people in the said incident.