Apple sues Israeli spyware maker NSO for targeting its users

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Apple sued spyware maker NSO on Tuesday for targeting the users of its devices, saying the Israeli firm at the centre of the Pegasus surveillance scandal needs to be held to account. The suit from the Silicon Valley giant adds new trouble for NSO, which was engulfed in controversy over reports that tens of thousands of activists, journalists and politicians were listed as potential targets of its Pegasus spyware. US authorities just weeks ago restricted relations between NSO and American groups over allegations the Israel firm “enabled foreign governments to conduct transnational repression.” …

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Exclusive-EU close to deal on new round of Belarus sanctions, diplomats say

Published by Reuters By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is close to imposing more sanctions on Belarus, targeting some 30 individuals and entities including the foreign minister and Belarusian airline Belavia, with approval as early as next week, three EU diplomats said. The EU and NATO accuse President Alexander Lukashenko of using

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Animal Eubiotics 2021 Global Market Research report covers a detailed study of the Market size, growth, and share, trends, consumption, segments, application and Forecast 2027.

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Japan PM candidates differ on same-sex, women rights issues

Published by Reuters TOKYO (Reuters) – Candidates to become Japan’s next prime minister all said they would have better policies to fight the pandemic and reduce the income gap during television debates on Friday, but they were split on diversity issues from same-sex marriage to married couples having separate surnames. Whoever wins the Liberal Democratic

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Gen.G and Nongshim RedForce swap Bdd and Peanut

Published by Inven Global On Nov. 23, Gen.G and Nongshim RedForce announced that they’ve traded Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong and Han “Peanut” Wang-ho. As of this announcement, Bdd will play for Nongshim RedForce and Peanut for Gen.G in the next season. Over the past two years, Bdd contributed to Gen.G’s two Worlds appearances and two LCK

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US does not support Syria normalisation efforts: Blinken

Published by Al-Araby The United States does not intend to support any efforts to normalise ties with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad or rehabilitate him until there is irreversible progress towards a political solution in Syria, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday. Blinken’s comments at a news conference come at a time when

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