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Exclusive: Australia concludes that China was behind Parliament, political parties – sources

SYDNEY (Reuters) – The Australian intelligence determined that China was responsible for a cyber attack on its national parliament and three major political parties before the May elections, five people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A man has a laptop when cyber code is projected on him in this illustration taken May 13, 2017. REUTERS …

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David Cameron is just as responsible for this as Dominic Cummings

Well, somebody had to say it. Someone, who was once close and friendly to Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, that is. Someone who knew them as well as most and could judge their character up close. And so David Cameron has finally delivered his devastating judgment on the leaders of the Leaf campaign. It was not just that Mr. Gove …

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Hurricane tracker: Three MASSIVE storms can crash to US when Humberto gains strength | World | News

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has identified three weather disturbances in the Atlantic. An already well established system is Tropical Storm Humberto, which is expected to become a hurricane on Sunday. Humberto currently whips winds of 65 km / h as it moves north at 7 km / h. For the storm to be categorized as a hurricane, …

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Volunteer chopper pilot finds dozens of living in Bahamas debris

An American volunteer chopper pilot taking part in rescue efforts in the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas made a startling discovery – as many as 40 survivors still alive in the debris. Justin Johnson, who owns a Florida helicopter company, was in the Bahamas with MEDIC Corps when he made the remarkable discovery on Little Abaco Island – among the hardest hit by …

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David Cameron says Boris Johnson & # 39; didn't believe & # 39; in Brexit

LONDON – British Prime Minister David Cameron, who called the Brexit referendum, says in a new memo that Boris Johnson, now Britain's leader, embraced the European Union only when he felt it would be politically advantageous. "He risked a result he didn't believe in because it would help his political career," said Cameron, who resigned in 2016 after voters surprisingly …

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Damage from Iran-linked drone attack on Saudi oil facility captured in satellite images

Saudi oil sites attacked on Saturday – in a drone assault linked to Iran – were seen to have sustained damage after satellite images released Sunday captured char marks and smoke billowing from the world's largest oil processing facility. The weekend attack ignited huge fires at Saudi Aramco's Abqaiq oil processing facility and interrupted about 5.7 million barrels of crude …

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Boeing Board will require safety changes after 737 Max Crash

Over the past five months, a small committee on Boe's board has interviewed the company's employees, security experts and managers at other industrial organizations in an attempt to understand how the aircraft and giant situation can design and build safer aircraft. The committee is expected to deliver its findings to the entire Boeing board this week and calls for several …

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White House refuses to exclude Trump-Rouhani meeting and US military response following drone attack on Saudi oil fields

Conway, in line with the Trump administration's policy of refusing to describe possible military responses to provocations, refused to say whether a reprisal strike against Iranian oil was being considered. But she left open the door to a potential meeting between Trump and Iran's President Hassan Rouhani next week in New York – something that was a possibility before the …

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