Author: Briana John

Terrorist Stabbing Attack In New Zealand Supermarket

In New Zealand, police shot and killed an ISIS supporter who reportedly stabbed and injured at least six people in a supermarket in Auckland. The authorities explained that the six people were transported to the hospital, three of which suffered critical injuries. The incident has been deemed a terrorist attack

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Gunmen Attacks And Kills 37 People In Niger Village

In the past week, a group of unidentified gunmen entered a village in southwest Niger, killing 37 people, including 14 children. The attack happened in the commune of Banibangou within the Tillaberi region, near the Malian border. In this region, there have been numerous violent assaults by Islamist militants towards

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Pakistan Pursuing Cooperation From Afghanistan For Investigation Into Abduction Of Envoy’s Daughter

Pakistan’s investigation into the abduction of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter, Silisila Alikhil, 26, in Islamabad is now awaiting information from the Afghan government. This comes after the Afghan government raised concerns over Pakistan’s credibility surrounding the investigation. Pakistani officials have explained that significant progress has occurred within the case. However,

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New Cybersecurity Industry Plan Created by China to Improve Country’s Data Protections

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has launched a new cybersecurity industry plan to boost development of the country’s cybersecurity sector. The draft three-year action plan, worth more than 250 billion yuan, proposes securing more networks and updating infrastructure in sectors including energy, health, education, finance and transport.

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Protests in Lebanon Over Plunging Currency Results in Several Injuries

On Saturday, June 26, 2021, several demonstrators were injured in the city of Tripoli during protests over the increasing tensions with the government’s decision to further decrease the currency value in Lebanon. After hearing the news on Saturday indicating that the money changers were trading at 17,300-17,500 to the greenback

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