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Richest man in history: Amazon’s Bezos earns more in 5 days than most could in 5 lifetimes

Published time: 10 Jan, 2018 12:12 Edited time: 10 Jan, 2018 12:12 Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has become the wealthiest person in history and the first to outrank Microsoft’s Bill Gates on the rich list, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Gates was the only one to have made 13-figure fortune. Bezos’ net fortune amounted to $ 106 billion on ...

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Russia-China combined gold reserves could shake US dominance in global economy – expert tells RT

Published time: 8 Jan, 2018 07:19 The gold accumulated by China and Russia could be seen as part of a strategy to move away from international trade denominated in US dollars, according to Singapore’s BullionStar precious metals expert Ronan Manly. Manly exclusively told RT that there is a shift occurring regarding the two countries building up their gold reserves, to ...

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Migrants expressing anti-Semitism in Germany could face deportation – reports

Published time: 6 Jan, 2018 16:48 Lawmakers from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) and sister party, the CSU, are seeking to adopt measures to deport migrants who express anti-Semitic views in Germany, according to local media. Those rejecting Jewish life in Germany or questioning Israel’s right to exist “cannot have a place in our country,” a draft of the ...

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Cryptocurrency crime wave could be dead ahead

It’s never been a more bullish time for crypto investors. Despite the recent correction, the army of digital currencies led by bitcoin demonstrated incredible growth in 2017. But their rise in value could trigger a crime tsunami. Read more Along with the unprecedented surge in value, cryptocurrencies saw an equally unprecedented number of controversies. In December, the US Securities and ...

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Virus could treat brain cancer and boost immune system – study

Published time: 4 Jan, 2018 11:03 Patients with aggressive brain tumours could be treated with a virus, according to a new study. Injected directly into the bloodstream, the virus could also boost their immune system in the process. Scientists at the University of Leeds and the Institute of Cancer Research in London carried out successful trials on nine brain cancer ...

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Iranian crisis could send oil to $100

Oil prices started the year on a high note as some geopolitical tension pushed aside bearish concerns. Both WTI and Brent opened above $ 60 per barrel for the first time in years. The protests in Iran were the main driver of the bullish sentiment in the oil market. Anti-government demonstrations swept across the country in recent days, and unlike ...

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Computer chip flaw may affect billions of devices, fix could sap performance

Information stored on every desktop computer, smartphone and cloud server since 1995 could be accessed by hackers if two hardware bugs are exploited, a new report has warned. On Wednesday, security researchers at Google Project Zero disclosed technical details on two security flaws that allow hackers to engage in unauthorized reads of a computer’s memory data, which may contain sensitive ...

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Forget the single market! Britain could join hated Trans-Pacific Partnership instead

Britain could join the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to kick-start exports after Brexit. If the unusual move goes ahead, the UK would be the first member without borders on the Pacific Ocean or South China Sea. The proposal is being developed by Liam Fox’s Department for International Trade. The group lost the United States, its largest member, when President Donald ...

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Could GCHQ influence Iran protests? They’ve done it before, claims researcher

The UK government uses fake content & sockpuppet accounts on social media to infiltrate activist groups & “destroy” enemies, former hacktivist Mustafa Al-Bassam claims. A shadowy unit is known to target the Middle East, he says. Al-Bassam, who uses the alias TFlow, was a black hat hacker and one of the six core members of hacktivist group LulzSec. He is ...

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Pro-ISIS hackers could be Russians, claims UK intelligence report… citing single Telegraph article

A parliamentary report on UK intelligence speculates that Russian hackers could be conducting ‘false-flag’ cyber-attacks by posing as Islamic extremists. It’s evidence? One article in the Telegraph newspaper. The heavily redacted report cited an October 2017 Telegraph article when noting that “some commentators have speculated that certain cyber-attacks, which have been widely reported in the media as being Russian… have ...

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