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US sanctions Russian CHEMICAL research institute, saying it’s ‘connected’ to Triton computer malware

The Central Scientific Institute of Chemistry and Mechanics (TsNIIKhM, or ЦНИИХМ) is “connected to the destructive Triton malware,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin declared on Friday, accusing it of “building customized tools that enabled” the cyber attack on “a petrochemical facility in the Middle East” that allegedly took place in August …

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USA connected. The scandal with the “film plane”

People’s Deputy Andriy Derkach released the audio, which, according to him, can testify about the impact of ex-Vice-President of the USA Joseph Biden for the fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Scandals in U.S.-Ukrainian relations do not stop. Following the promulgation of the negotiations the current presidents of the United …

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Another Ukrainian city connected by flight with Turkey

The first flight departed to AntalyaOf the municipal enterprise “Mykolaiv international airport” flew its first flight to Antalya (Turkey). “First of may Join UP with the tour operator and the airline SkyUp Airlines performed its first Charter flight message Nikolaev – Antalya (Turkey)”, – stated in the message. It is …

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Google has connected a new function

The developers have created a competitor to the popular app on the IPhone – Siri. A new app called Google Assistant. The function works on all devices with the latest versions of Android Marshmallow and Nougat. Google Assistant connects to Google Now and can get information from it, bringing it …

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Sofia and Istanbul will be connected to the new passenger train

The first passenger train will depart from Sofia to Istanbul in the evening of 20 February. Monday between Sofia and Istanbul will be running the trains. This became possible after the reconstruction of railway lines on the territory of Turkey and construction of the border crossing Kapakule. Reconstruction continued in …

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